Life Link III

Maintenance | Shoreview Minnesota, USA

Job Requirements

High School diploma or GED FAA A P license in good standing 2-5 years of related experience and/or training Driverrsquo;s License Experience with electronic logbook helpful (VeryOn) Proficient with Microsoft Suite Factory airframe/power plant schools FAR 135 experience ERP experience Inspection Authorization (IA) Strong communication skills Able to work a flexible schedule including overtime and 24/7 on-call rotations Two years of rotorcraft experience as an A P Mechanic Required to own tools needed for basic maintenance Must live within one hour of the Alexandria, MN base. What We Offer: We are committed to developing your talents as a key contributor to our Maintenance team through engaging work and access to the annual Professional Development Fund Work schedules are Monday through Friday and flexible based on a daily maintenance schedule. On-call schedule every other week Opportunity to grow Competitive Health Benefits Employer Matching HSA on qualified plans Employer Matching Retirement Plan with no vesting schedule Competitive Paid Time Off to foster a work/life balance Starting minimum salary is $39.33/hr. Annual Tool Allowance Company-paid tool calibration Factory school training Compliance/HIPAA: Must perform work in the manner prescribed by documented work process to ensure compliance with all rules and regulations, accreditation standards, and laws that apply, specifically work processes that involve billing practices, and to avoid activities that constitute fraud and abuse. Employment Status Requirements: Life Link III does not sponsor employment visas of any kind. As a pre-condition of employment, all applicants must be authorized to work in the United States.

Job Description

Helicopter Line Mechanic – Alexandria, MN
Life Link III is a premier, nationally recognized air medical transport company, known for our clinical excellence, superior aviation program, and reliable response in providing care to critically ill or injured patients. Our priority is to do everything possible to give every patient their best chance for the best possible outcome–demonstrated by our unwavering commitment to providing the highest level of care to our patients while on-board safe state-of-the-art aircraft. We continually focus on innovation and work to put cutting-edge technology and education in the hands of our flight medical crew, pilots, mechanics, operational control specialists, and communication specialists so we can provide uncompromising care to the communities we serve. We do this work while living out our core values of safety, customer focus, excellence, integrity, innovation, and collaboration.

The Helicopter Line Mechanic reports to the Field Maintenance Manager.
The primary duties for this role are maintaining and repairing the mechanical equipment needed to keep Life Link IIIrsquo;s fleet operational.
This includes repairing and maintaining the structural, mechanical, and electronic elements of the helicopter.
Ensures company operational goals and objectives are met while guaranteeing all aircraft maintenance documentation is executed in compliance with applicable Federal Aviation Regulations, company policies, and applicable maintenance manuals.
Performs inspections and repairs of aircraft and components in accordance with maintenance procedures, airworthiness directives, service bulletins, service letters, and applicable Federal Aviation Regulations
Verify by physical inspection the part and serial number match during the installation or removal of components or assemblies in accordance with maintenance procedures
Ensure all aircraft maintenance documentation is executed in compliance with applicable Federal Aviation Regulations, company policies, and applicable maintenance manuals
Actively participates in the continuous improvement phase of the companyrsquo;s Safety Program
Familiar with Safety Programrsquo;s policies, processes, procedures
Maintains work area in a clean and professional manner
Corrects compliance and safety issues when directed by the Director of Operations, Director of Maintenance, Chief Pilot, and Field Maintenance Manager
Responsible for advising the Pilot in Command (PIC) of any maintenance issues that would take an aircraft out of service
Validate data in the aircraft Status Report
Request aviation parts and supplies to maintain inventory and ensure prompt repairs for operational readiness
Other duties as assigned.

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