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Mechanic Aircraft Final Assembly
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCAlbany, GA
As a Final Assembly Mechanic, you’ll maintains the airframe and engines of aircraft to meet FAA standards.
Last updated 1 day ago
Staff Accountant
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCTallahassee, FL
We are currently recruiting for a Staff Accountant job in Albany, GA.
Last updated 1 day ago
Avionics Technician
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCSan Francisco, CA
At least 3 years of aircraft maintenance experience (Boeing, Airbus, MD-11.)
$25 an hour
Last updated 20 hours ago
Mechanical Assembly
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCColumbus, GA
As a Final Assembly Mechanic, you’ll maintains the airframe and engines of aircraft to meet FAA standards.
Last updated 4 hours ago
Front Desk Agent
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCPhoenix, AZ
If you’re a highly gifted, experienced and dedicated Customer Service Professional, Sales Rep, or Client Service Associate, this position is for you!
Full-time
Last updated 1 day ago
A&P Maintenance Tech - Gulfstream
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCnull, ID
Do you want to be involved with cutting-edge aircraft maintenance during the week, but prefer fishing, hunting, skiing, and enjoying the great outdoors in your free time?
Last updated 4 hours ago
Sheet Metal Fabricator
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCHouston, TX
Remove and replace various aircraft components with the use of special tooling and ground support equipment following oral and written instructions such as supervisors directives and manuals to complete all routine and non-routine assignments in a timely manner.
$25 an hour Full-time
Last updated 28 days ago
Aircraft Dispatcher
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCIrving, TX
Copy of your FAA Dispatcher certificate
Full-time
Last updated 4 hours ago
Aviation Structures / Sheetmetal Mechanic
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCPortland, OR
Immediate positions are available for experienced sheet metal/structure mechanics in Boise, ID. We are in need of structure mechanics to work on Gulfstream (400/500), Embraer Phenom and Legacy, Citation 500 series, King Air, Pilatus, etc.
Last updated 1 day ago
A & P Maintenance Tech
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCSan Francisco, CA
Do you want to be involved with cutting-edge aircraft maintenance during the week, but prefer fishing, hunting, skiing, and enjoying the great outdoors in your free time?
Last updated 20 hours ago
Aviation QC Inspector
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCDallas, TX
Job Description Job Title : Aviation QC Inspector Job Location : San Antonio Job Type : Contractor Hire Date : Immediate Compensation : competitive; highest rates Per diem : we offer the highest non-taxable per diem in the market (including on overtime) Hours : overtime is available Travel Bonus : offered if eligible (discussed at time of offer) Tools : toolbox and tools required ASR is aware of the importance of having the right professional on the job.
Full-time
Last updated 20 hours ago
Composites Technician
Aviation Structure Repairs, LLCDallas, TX
Hot bond, wet lay-up, and fiberglass experience
Last updated 4 hours ago
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