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Posted: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 12:00 PM

Customer Response Team (CRT) : Avionic/Electronic Technician : Travel:PH1709
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Located at Bradley International Airport, Bombardier Business Aircraft's Hartford Service Center offers a great place to learn from the best in business aviation. Established in February, 1981 as a 70,000 sq ft facility with a staff of 16, the facility now boasts 198,000 sq ft and over 250 dedicated employees. It is equipped to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, modifications, including interior modifications, avionics installations, and Aircraft on Ground (AOG) support for Bombardier Learjet, Challenger and Global aircraft. The Service Center has received certifications from FAA, EASA, Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands and Mexico. The facility has received 16 consecutive FAA Diamond Awards and is actively involved in the Hartford community, spearheading programs to create awareness about aviation maintenance among local students and to help close the gender gap in the industry.
The Base CRT (Customer Response Team) A and P Technician will travel to customers' aircraft to perform troubleshooting, repairs, inspection, modification, and services of customers' aircraft. Performs and documents all work completed per appropriate manuals and regulations as required. Working conditions include considerable travel, which may include international and extended assignments, with frequent face to face contact with customers. Additional work on drop:ins and planned maintenance within the facility during slow periods of unplanned maintenance may be required.
In your role, you will:
: Adhere to Bombardier General Work Requirements (Factory, Shop and / or Hangar positions)
: Comply with environmental health / safety policies and procedures. Participate in 5:S activities. Perform all assigned tasks in a safe and timely manner
: Troubleshoot, repair, install, inspect and perform maintenance on customer aircraft
: Perform and document work completed per appropriate manuals and regulations as required
: Inspect incoming parts and documentation to meet regulatory requirements
: Assist in other maintenance disciplines : Airframe,Powerplant, Structures, Composites etc.
: Operate ground support equipment as required
: Conduct mechanical / electrical removals and installations
: Create service orders with SAP
: Provide time estimates
: Perform other duties as assigned
Additional Duties:
: Create service orders with SAP
: Return aircraft to service after maintenance at off:site locations
: Act as shipping and receiving agent for parts
As our ideal candidate,
: You have completed an Avionics / electric A/C Technical School or other substantiated equivalent
: You would typically have a minimum of 3 years aircraft maintenance work experience or substantiated equivalent experience
: You would typically have a minimum of 2 year experience on corporate jet aircraft
: You would typically have a minimum of 1 year Bombardier Business Jet aircraft experience.
: You would have an A certification, P certification, or and A and P certification
: You have the ability to interpret and work with mechanical engineering drawings
: You have experience in Customer Relations with emphasis of customer facing interactions
: You have experience with aircraft return to service and inspections procedures
: You have the ability to effectively and accurately communicate in both written and verbal form on individual and / or aircraft status with customers at all levels
: You own a basic set of hand tools with the ability to demonstrate Inventory and control of tools
: You must b


• Location: Hartford

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