Immediate Openings for AP Mechanics

Immediate Openings for A/P Mechanics

Airline Maintenance Services, Inc of Nashville Tennessee is excited to announce the opening of several positions for A/P Mechanics. The company has just signed a major contract with a regional airliner for line maintenance, run taxi and overnight checks. This requires a significant increase in staffing.
 
Successful candidates will possess an A/P certificate and their own personal tools. CRJ and ERJ experience is a plus but all training will be provided by the company. A "can do" attitude and the ability to solve problems under the pressure of time constraints are important. Wages are negotiable but normally fall between $18 to $25 per hour. A full benefit and retirement package is available. Relocation expenses are negotiable.
 
If interested, candidates are encouraged to call or email Erick Larson, Director of Business Development at 931-492-2160 or erick.larson@airlinems.com. More information about the company can be found on the company website at: www.airlinems.com and the company facebook site at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Airline-Maintenance-Service-Inc/179140772163927?sk=info. or the company Twitter site at: https://twitter.com/A_M_S_Inc.

Nashville is a wonderful place to live and AMS is awesome place to work! We look forward to hearing from you about your new job today.

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Laboratory Coordinator - WIA

This posting has been extended.  The new job posting close date is 10/12/12 .


In order to be considered a candidate for an open position at Metropolitan State College of Denver you MUST APPLY USING THE ONLINE APPLICATION SYSTEM.

IMPORTANT:In order to be considered as an applicant you must apply via the online application system, www.msudenverjobs.com.

https://www.msudenverjobs.com/postings/3370

Position Information
Laboratory Coordinator - WIA
Aerospace Science
Administrators
0600947
Provide daily maintenance and repair functions for all WIA Labs training equipment to include computer hardware and software systems, flight simulation and air traffic control training systems, and all laboratory supporting equipment; provide basic maintenance and repairs utilizing knowledge of computer manuals, software, and electrical or mechanical diagnostic tools and procedures; monitor and document status of all WIA Labs equipment including computer hardware and software systems, networks, flight and air traffic control simulation systems, and basic HVAC and electrical conditions.
Provide daily maintenance and repair functions for all WIA Labs training equipment to include computer hardware and software systems, flight simulation and air traffic control training systems, and all laboratory supporting equipment; provide basic maintenance and repairs utilizing knowledge of computer manuals, software, and electrical or mechanical diagnostic tools and procedures; monitor and document status of all WIA Labs equipment including computer hardware and software systems, networks, flight and air traffic control simulation systems, and basic HVAC and electrical conditions; determines need for cleaning and disinfecting of all WIA Labs and related computer and simulation systems including janitorial tasks (e.g., sweeping, vacuuming, dusting, use of cleaning agents and disinfecting products); provide administrative support by performing office duties using computer software application programs, copiers, fax machines, etc.; and performs other duties as assigned or required.
   
Applicants must hold a current private pilot license, or be pursuing a current private pilot license with a minimum of 25 flight hours completed, plus two years of laboratory experience performing maintenance and repair functions as listed in the duties above. Three (3) years of flight line maintenance and repair duties, plus one (1) year of computer maintenance and repair duties may be substituted for laboratory experience. This experience must be documented in detail in order to be considered.
Current private pilot instrument rating, and specific laboratory experience working with flight and air traffic control training systems. This experience must be documented in detail in order to be considered.
 
IMPORTANT:In order to be considered as an applicant you must apply via the online application system, www.msudenverjobs.com.

Candidates must supply proof of completed current pilot license(s), or appropriate pilot log book entries for private pilot license currently under pursuit.

If you are unable to attach this document electronically please submit hard copies to:

Aviation and Aerospace Science
WIA LAboratory Coordinator Search E 748
P.O. Box 173362, Campus Box 30
Denver CO 80217-3362
Fax:303-556-6331
E 748
Full Time Administrators
09-14-2012
10-12-2012
Close on Closing Date
Resume/CV
Cover Letter
References
Other Document
https://www.msudenverjobs.com/postings/3370

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