The Ride On Mechanic travels with an aircraft and is responsible for providing total line maintenance and technical support for the aircraft to which he or she is assigned. The Ride On Mechanic reports to Maintenance Control.
1). Conduct Terminating Service maintenance checks on B727 and Service checks on DC-9 aircraft
2). Maintain contact with Maintenance Control regarding the aircraft condition.
3). Accomplish all required servicing of the aircraft.
4). Troubleshoot and repair defects and complete all return to service paperwork as well as signing for work accomplished and Airworthiness Releases.
5). Forward copies of repair information to Maintenance Control as work is completed. Send original paperwork to Aircraft Records on a daily basis.
6). Maintain current inventory of flyaway kits, including serviceable parts, unserviceable parts, shelf life items and tools. Coordinate the return of parts.
7). Perform other duties as directed by Maintenance Control or the Director of Maintenance.
8). The Ride On Mechanic will install engine plugs, Pitot/Static covers and turn the aircraft oxygen bottle off after maintenance or termination of flight and a log book entry. The Ride On Mechanic will clear the log book entry before flight and fax the log page or pages to Maintenance Control in YIP.
9). All log pages and paperwork will be faxed to YIP and reviewed by K2 Maintenance Control prior to next flight.
Medical, Vision, Dental, Aflac, Flexible Spending, 401(K) with a match. Company provided benefits Per Diem, Short Term Disability, and a Life insurance policy.