Engine Shop Lead - 2nd Shift (3:30 pm - 12:00 am) Lead, A&P Mechanic - 2nd Shift The Lead, A&P Mechanic performs routine maintenance and major inspections on turbofan Honeywell powered corporate aircraft, to include troubleshooting, repair, and modification of engines. Coordinates and delegates assignments to technicians assigned to the engine, and provides technical guidance to those technicians. Serves in lieu of the Crew Chief during his/her absences. May serve as a Delegated Inspector. The Lead, A&P Mechanic is responsible for using sound judgment and technical aptitude to make decisions regarding maintenance, sequence and techniques, troubleshooting, and discrepancy resolution. The Lead, A&P Mechanic is technically competent on assigned aircraft/engines, and is expected to accomplish all of his/her duties with little or no supervision. Leads projects, and coaches and oversees the activities of the A&P Mechanic's providing guidance and instruction on proper mechanical procedures and techniques. Customer satisfaction hinges upon sound decisions and expedient action on the part of Lead, A&P Mechanics. As customers are on site at the facilities, professional appearance and communication skills are required in order to create a positive and lasting professional relationship. Lead A&P Mechanic: (T8) - Highly proficient in the inspection, repair, assembly and testing of an aircraft - Expertise with technical documents and manuals and acts as a resource to other A&P Mechanics - Acts as liaison between customers and A&P Mechanics - Determine maintenance sequences and techniques - Guides and trains other levels of A&P Mechanics Pre-requisites: - A&P Mechanic experience - High school diploma or equivalent - Airframe and Power plant (A&P) License Essential job functions are the fundamental duties of a position, the things a person holding the job absolutely must be able to do: Responsibilities • Upon arrival of the engine, ensures that it is properly placed in the engine shop, it is properly protected, the customer’s property is removed and secured, and an incoming inspection of the engine is performed. Coordinates work with other departments as required. • Reviews Customer Request for Service Forms with the Crew Chief to determine the scope of work to be performed and any special maintenance requirements. • Maintains and services engines. Analyzes a variety of technical problems associated with aircraft or engine maintenance, and determines causes and methods of repair. Interprets technical manuals, blueprints, schematic diagrams, and written and verbal information. • Helps crew members improve their skills, builds trust, and promotes teamwork with the maintenance crew(s). Responsible for technical guidance of technicians assigned to the engine. Is technically competent on assigned engines and capable of providing on-the-job training to other maintenance technicians when required. Ensures technicians are aware of standard man-hours on assigned tasks. • Keeps the Crew Chief informed as to the progress of the job and any unusual or delaying findings. • Finalizes all paperwork and turns in work order for closing. • Works fair share of overtime. • Travels on road trips as required, where he/she is able to work unsupervised and handle any technical problem that may occur. • Responsible for knowing, understanding, following, promoting, and continuously improving company policies and procedures.