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Ameriflight A&P Maintenance Technician Opportunities

Join the nation’s largest Part 135 Cargo airline maintenance team. Ameriflight seeks qualified Aviation Maintenance Technicians dedicated to teamwork, innovation, and safety. We operate over 150 aircraft from 16 bases across the United States and Puerto Rico.

Ameriflight’s fleet types include Embraer 120, Fairchild SA227, Beechcraft 1900, and Beechcraft 99. Positions open in Ohio, Texas, California, Washington, Puerto Rico and more. Apply online today.

Aircraft Maintenance Technician Jobs in the United States & Puerto Rico

Ameriflight’s team needs aircraft maintenance technicians with 1 to 5 years of experience with Ameriflight fleet types: Beechcraft 99, B1900, Embraer EMB-120 series aircraft is preferred. Applicants may also have experience with PT6A, PW118, and TPE331 series powerplants.

Ameriflight seeks maintenance technicians experienced with scheduled maintenance operations in a fast-pace environment. Is this you? Apply online today.

By working with us, you will grow into the well-versed, proficient mechanic you are meant to be. Ameriflight mechanics work on aircraft from nose to tail, which means our crew is able to gain unique expertise they can’t find anywhere else.

With bases throughout the US and the Caribbean, you can earn that invaluable hands-on experience in the region of your choice. Ameriflight also provides opportunities for advancement that ensure you will come to understand the full scope of airplane mechanics.

We are specifically looking for mechanics who have experience with at least one of the following types of equipment and their engines:

  • Embraer Brasilia
  • Fairchild SA-227
  • Beech 1900
  • Beech 99

In addition, we have positions for sheet metal/structures specialists and avionics bench/installation techs.

Additional Opportunities: Avionics Technician with Ameriflight

We offer more opportunities within the mechanic and maintenance team at Ameriflight. Avionics Technicians maintain the avionics system and components in the aircraft. Candidates must have all qualifications required for A&P Technicians. Duties and responsibilities include refurbishing avionics systems, bench work and component repairs, ramp work, inspections, installations, and aircraft updates. Position available in the United States and Puerto Rico. Apply online today.

What You Need To Know About Our Airline Mechanic Positions

Ameriflight’s team of technicians are expected to perform all maintenance on aircrafts in accordance to company policy, manufacturer’s recommendations, and Federal Aviation Regulations. Other basic duties include inspections, troubleshooting, and repairs, minor maintenance on equipment as needed.

Ideal candidates must hold a valid FAA Aircraft Mechanic certificate with Airframe & Powerplant ratings, must be at least 18 years of age, and eligible to work in the U.S.

Airframe & Powerplant Technician Position Requirements:

Ameriflight applicants must also meet physical requirements; must be willing and able to travel and occasionally lift/move up to 75 lbs. A&P Technicians may travel for training purposes, to repair in the field, and provide temporary support at any of our other bases. Work conditions may include close proximity to moving aircrafts and machinery.

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A&P Mechanic Career Opportunities with Ameriflight

Are you interested in pursuing an aircraft mechanic career with Amerifight? Apply online today and join our team. We seek ready, experienced, and eager A&P Technicians to work across the United States and Puerto Rico. Current positions open in Texas, California, Washington, Ohio and more. See our career listings and apply for the position most convenient to you.

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  • Competitive salary – commensurate with experience and location
  • Full medical, dental, and vision benefits available first of the month after hire date
  • Company-provided life insurance
  • 401(k) – 50% contribution match up to 5% of pay
  • Vacation (80 hours first year)
  • On-the-job training
  • Set schedule and location
  • Opportunity to work on aircraft nose to tail

Ameriflight is a firm believer in the benefits of on-the-job training. Our in-house maintenance training department is thorough and hands-on, allowing mechanics with little or no experience on our aircraft to become experts in no time. While experience is valued at Ameriflight, we know that every maintenance technician has to start somewhere. In fact, we have helper positions for mechanics that are still in A&P school for that very reason.

  • FAA mechanic’s certificate with Airframe and Powerplant ratings
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Eligibility to work in the United States
  • Ability to communicate effectively with verbal and written skills, including the ability to interpret documents such as safety guidelines and operating manuals
  • Ability to complete basic math tasks
  • Ability to work various shifts
  • Professional appearance in compliance with the Ameriflight Employee Handbook
  • Successful completion of pre-employment DOT drug screening and other required background checks 
  • Willingness and ability to travel to recover aircraft, work with other bases, and/or meet the training needs of the company
  • Ability to lift up to 75 pounds
  • Perform all manner of maintenance on Ameriflight aircraft: BE-99, BE-1900, SA227 & EMB120.
  • Maintain and service Airframe systems (landing gear system, MLG strut, repack landing gear strut, hydraulics, O2, electrical, pneumatic boot, flight control cable, etc.)
  • Maintain and service Powerplant systems (engine replacement, engine rigging PT-6, propeller, starter generator replacement, etc.)
  • Close vision to read labels, distance vision to see what aircraft is arriving, color vision to see color-coded labels, peripheral vision to watch for activity in the environment, depth perception when marshalling and towing aircraft, and the ability to adjust focus when writing
  • Ability to stand, walk, sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, reach with hands and arms, and use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects
  • Ability to perform repetitive tasks      
  • Ability to work in a potentially noisy environment
  • Ability to perform minor maintenance on ground support equipment as needed
  • Ability to work outdoors and in weather as necessary
  • Ability to work near moving mechanical parts and aircraft
  • Sign-off on the maintenance actions that are taken using your mechanic’s certificate
  • Ability to tow aircraft
  • Ability to maintain a clean work area
  • Ability to perform other duties as assigned 

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