Aircraft Mechanic (Non-Jet) jobs in the United States

Aircraft Mechanic (Non-Jet) keeps airplane in safe working condition by servicing engines, engine components, and airframe components. Modifies and replaces parts such as instruments, wiring, and tires. Being an Aircraft Mechanic (Non-Jet) identifies hazardous aircraft conditions and determines when aircraft should not be flown. Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent. Additionally, Aircraft Mechanic (Non-Jet) may be required to complete an apprenticeship and/or formal training in area of specialty. To be an Aircraft Mechanic (Non-Jet) typically requires 1-3 years of related experience. May be entry level if some experience in the skill. Gains or has attained full proficiency in a specific area of discipline. Works under moderate supervision. (Copyright 2020

Aircraft Mechanic with Security Clearance
  • RCS Corporation
  • Montgomery, AL
  • ... Mechanic (A&P). Preferred Qualifications Seven (7) years actual and recent aircraft, vehicle or ... Merlin/Metros, CASA 212 or Jet Stream 31/42 or other TPE 331 experience preferred. Thorough ...
  • 19 hours ago

FEA Engineer
  • Randstad Engineering
  • Battle Creek, MI
  • A nationally leading small aircraft manufacturer in Battle Creek, Michigan is looking for a FEA ... Knowledge of advanced FEA skills like transient, fatigue, and non-linear analysis * Exceptional ...
  • yesterday

Simulator Engineer
  • LOFT
  • Long Beach, CA
  • A high-level understanding of basic electrical and mechanical skills is preferred. Our goal is to ... Part 142 Jet training facility specializing in the CE500 and CE525 series aircraft. We offer a ...
  • yesterday

Income Estimation for Aircraft Mechanic (Non-Jet) jobs
$62,206 to $76,828

Career Path for Aircraft Mechanic (Non-Jet)