Life Flight Maintenance Technician Job at Intermountain Healthcare – 3.8 in Salt Lake City, UT

The Life Flight Maintenance Tech is accountable for performing maintenance and logistical coordination of maintenance for fixed wing and rotor wing aircraft on a daily basis and in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Regulations and the manufacturer recommendations. This position requires after-hours availability.

Job Essentials

Performs daily aircraft maintenance for aircraft at their home base and satellite locations.

Schedules, coordinates, and completes scheduled maintenance and inspections in a timely manner.

Documents, maintains, and completes aircraft records in accordance with FAA and Intermountain requirements.

Tracks aircraft inspection, component due times, and completion of tasks in computer database.

Responsible to maintain company-owned special tools and equipment in good working order. Ensures calibration requirements are met.

Assists as requested in the transport of equipment and supplies, including, but not limited to medical equipment and Life Flight drug bags with controlled substances.

Maintains up-to-date knowledge of trends and new developments in the aviation field.

Minimum Qualifications

Current Federal Aviation Airframe & Power Plant license.

Five years aviation maintenance experience.

Working knowledge of both fixed wing and rotor wing aircraft and respective turbine engines.

Preferred Qualifications

Multiple Aircraft Qualified with Factory Training on Fixed wing ( B200 King Air ) and Helicopter ( Agusta A109 ).

Structural Sheet metal experience.

Advanced Troubleshooting Training / Experience.

Physical Requirements:
Interact with others requiring the employee to verbally communicate as well as hear and understand spoken information.

Support the weight of aviation parts and equipment while transporting it. Push or pull portable equipment, including heavy items.

Expected to lift and utilize full range of movement to transfer parts, tools, and equipment. Will also bend to retrieve, lift, and carry supplies and equipment. Typically includes items of varying weights, up to and including heavy items.

May be expected to stand or sit in a stationary position for an extended period of time.

Ascend and descend stairs to and from and off and on aircraft.

Raise or lower an object from one level to another.

Operate aviation maintenance equipment, tools, computers, and devices requiring the ability to move fingers and hands.

See and read various monitors and documents.

Transport oneself from place to place.

Move around on hands and knees, including in small confined spaces within aircraft. Lower body by bending at the hips and the knees or to place body weight on one or both knees.

Life Flight Operations Center

Work City:
Salt Lake City

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About the Company

Company: Intermountain Healthcare – 3.8

Company Location:  Salt Lake City, UT

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