Heavy/Medium Duty Truck Mechanic for Ground Support Equipment @
Sky Harbor Airport (PHX)
6 AM to 4:30 PM
$26 -$28 per hour depending on exp
This is a one-mechanic per shift shop; the mechanic has to be very strong to handle any and all repairs
Must have Strong Electrical, Trouble Shooting, Rewiring and Diagnostics skills. We Prefer ASE Certifications in Diesel, Electrical and Computer Diagnostics for Cummins International and Ford Trucks.
Please be advised. There will be a Technical Skills Test administered at the onsite interview that could take up to an hour to complete.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and background check that includes employment verification, motor vehicle record (MVR), and school verification. All mechanics must have an MVR that is compliant with our company motor vehicle insurance.
Depending on the task, you may be required to work indoors in a garage or outside on shop grounds or elsewhere on the field. Be prepared to work around jet fumes and other vehicle emissions. Work with cleaning solvents, paint thinners and other hazardous products in the course of a normal workday.
Schedule to be determined; must be willing to work weekends, holidays and additional shifts as assigned.
Shop Lead, Supervisor, or Manager.
Our comprehensive list of benefits gives our employees and their families the flexibility they need.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS FOR FT MECHANICS
Global Aviation Services, LLC.
Global Aviation is a provider Ground Support Equipment Maintenance for the Commercial and Cargo airline industries – customers on the commercial side include: Delta, American Airlines, United, etc. and the catering truck side of the airline industry for LSG Sky chef, Gate Gourmet, etc. Cargo industries include: UPS, FedEx, etc. These customers contract us to provide the maintenance support on their equipment.
We really have two sides of our business:
The first side is:
The GSE Side (ground support fleet maintenance)
How I like to describe GSE is when you look out your aircraft window when flying out, you will notice all of the support equipment for the aircraft. That is what we work on. Powered and Non-Powered Equipment - refuelers, tugs, tractors, Belt loaders, pushback tractors, catering trucks, de-ice trucks, etc. We do not touch the aircraft itself.
The second side is:
The Stationary Equipment Side (facilities maintenance)
We do Stationary Equipment maintenance for Minneapolis Delta operations only at this time. This type of maintenance includes the passenger boarding bridges and baggage handling systems – 12 miles of conveyor lines. We have 45 employees supporting these operations.
Global Aviation Services has approximately 339 employees and 87 locations coast to coast.
The type of maintenance we provide is the break and fix type of maintenance (troubleshooting to get the equipment up and running for the customer) and the preventative maintenance type of maintenance.