MHI Regional Jet

Role Description

In your role, you will: Responsible to ensure all airworthiness quality requirements are performed and documented in accordance with all applicable regulations in regards to maintenance, preventative maintenance, repair and alteration of aircraft, engine and aircraft components/parts for which the Repair Station is rated. • Conduct weighing procedure in accordance with manufacturers recommended practices and procedures • Upon A/C arrival, obtain associated documentation, complete A/C records and document receipt • Coordinate inspection activities in compliance with computer tracking maintenance programs (i.e. CAMPS, AVTRAC) • Perform inspections of aircraft, engines, parts and components using precision tools, equipment and other materials in accordance with applicable regulatory requirements • Upon receipt, perform inspection of all new, repaired and rebuilt parts/components for evidence for physical damage, count and conformity • Ensure all work packages (orders and forms) as well as records of arrival, maintenance and corrective actions performed, are documented accurately and that all specialized customer (RED, RFE & SRPSA)and regulatory paperwork (FAA, FAR/CAA, etc) is complete and required approvals have been obtained • Research aircraft drawings and technical data (i.e., REO, ENICO, EO. DCN) • Perform walk around inspection of aircraft for release from maintenance • Perform return to service process and ensure assigned aircraft meets all airworthiness requirements prior to return to service • Provide data to customers as requested

MHI RJ AVIATION is committed to creating a diverse environment

and is proud to an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity, or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, age disability status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by Federal, National, or Local Laws.

Company Name
MHI Regional Jet
Bridgeport, WV 26330


As our ideal candidate, • You have a minimum of 5 years aircraft maintenance experience or substantiated equivalent experience • You have a minimum of 3 years of corporate / commercial jet experience • You have a basic set of hand tools with the ability to demonstrate Inventory & control of tools • You have A&P Certification • You have the ability to use a variety of measuring and basic hand tools to interpret/operate test equipment • You have the ability to interpret/ process all relative (foreign & domestic) regulatory documents, actions and requirements • You have working knowledge of (FAA Regs, CAA. RSM/QCM, ADs, SBs, TCDS, etc) • You have working knowledge of return-to-service procedures • You have the ability to train, coach and mentor employees in performance of their duties in areas of qualification • You have demonstrated planning / organization skills

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