Guyana Aviation Maintenance Technician

Service and maintain aircraft on a daily basis (Daily Service Checks, scheduled and un-scheduled maintenance.)
All known discrepancies affecting airworthiness are corrected and the corrective action entered in the A/C logbook, or on a work order, if the work was performed by a repair station.
A/C logbook or work order entries are correct and complete.
Inspection Forms, FAA 337’s, Air Safety Reports, or other forms completed, as required.
Document all discrepancies, maintenance performed, incomplete maintenance and all after-maintenance requirements. All maintenance checks (FAR 135) are entered on the ladder in the A/C Logbook and the ladder is updated, no items are overdue.
Monitor A/C Status Report as required.
Utilize SCC or RII Inspection Program when applicable.
Read, interpret and perform required maintenance task as defined in all company, OEM, Regulatory manuals and bulletins.
Ensure that all parts installed are airworthy and meet the requirements of the Type Certificate.
Prior to performing a maintenance task or tasks ensure that all special tools required to perform these tasks have a valid calibration sticker, if so required.
Maintain a safe and clean work environment.
Utilize the HS E Manual and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), when appropriate (Gloves, safety glasses, etc.).
Must be able to work in hot, humid and cold environments (weather related).
Adhere to all Company Policies and Procedures.
All duties assigned by the Maintenance Manager, or in his absence, the designated Lead or Mechanic.
Safety sensitive position ndash; DOT Regulated

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