Salary: Depends on Qualifications
Location: Kenosha, WI
Job Type: Full-Time
Division: School of Business and Transportation
Job Number: 20050
Closing: 1/3/2021 11:00 PM Central
The Aircraft Maintenance Technician is responsible for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on aircraft and flight simulators, performs aircraft inspections in accordance with FAA Regulations and Industry Standards, and repairs equipment as needed. The technician will source required parts, and maintain an adequate stock of supplies to support the Aeronautics program. The technician may also assist instructional staff with stocking and setting up program labs.
This position reports to the Director and Chief Instructor Pilot.
**1st consideration will be given to applicants received on or before January 3rd, 2021.**
- Plan, coordinate and schedule all aircraft maintenance procedures to maximize aircraft availability.
- Ensure that all maintenance processes and procedures include risk management mitigation specified in the safety management system.
- Liaising with the Regional Federal Aviation Administration Primary Maintenance Inspectors on maintenance topics.
- Comply with all aspects of aircraft maintenance in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulations and Industry Standards.
- Inspect and approve for return to service the aircraftor related part or appliance after a repairor alterationto it.
- Perform aircraft servicing, ground handling and equipment installation.
- Verify all reported discrepancies and maintain an approved process to correct the problem in a timely manner.
- Ensuring that aircraft maintenance records, as required by (State/Fed) regulations, manufacturers, and company policies, are established and maintained.
- Implement and update safety policies and procedures for ground operations with the Flight Department.
- Maintain Flight Simulators in accordance with manufactures recommendations.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED IN THE POSITION
- FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Mechanic Certificate with Inspection Authorization (IA)
- Three years experience general aviation airframe and power plant repair
- Experience maintaining shop equipment
Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States on a permanent basis.
Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available.
FLSA DESIGNATION: Non-Exempt
1. Employment eligibility for the United States
1. Exposure to hazardous industry standard, cleaning and repair materials.
2. Requires lifting (typically less than 100 pounds), working in tight areas, general
Mobility to be able to move in and around aircraft and machinery.
3. Must provide own tools.
4. Daily contact with students.
5. Tobacco-free environment.
Gateway will not discriminate against any employee, applicant for employment, student or applicant for admission on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, creed, religion, political affiliation, marital status, parental status, pregnancy, disability, age, membership in any reserve component of the armed forces, union affiliation, arrest and conviction record, or any other protected category under applicable local, state or federal law.Gateway Technical College is an Equal Opportunity/Access Educator/Employer operating under an Affirmative Action Plan. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities. If you have a disability and need special accommodation for the application process, please contact Human Resources at 262-564-2358. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
MEDICAL INSURANCE (WCA Group Health Trust)
Hospital/surgical plan with major medical,effective first date of hire
United Healthcare Choice+
* In-Network: $1,000 Individual/$2,000 Family
* Co-Pays: Office Visits: $20; Urgent Care: $30;Emergency Room; $200; MRI $100
* Out-of-Network: $1,500 Individual/$3,000 Family, Office Visits – $40.00Copay; then 80% coinsurance after deductible
* Co-Insurance: In-Network 90/10 to Out of Pocket Max; Out-of-Network: 70/30 to Out of Pocket Max
* Maximum Out-of-Pocket: In-Network: $1,500 Individual/$3,000 Family; Out-of-Network: $3,000 Individual/$6,000 Family
* Pre-Taxed Premiums Per Pay Period (Twice a Month): $69.48 Individual, $157.54 Family
* Prescription drug plan – $0copayfor drugs on the Value Choice Drug list; Generic $10; preferred $25; non-preferred $50.
* Vision & Hearing Exams: Benefits include annual vision exams and hearing tests.
* Use ofGateway Employee Clinic – NOcopays, NO deductible, and NOlabfee. Available to employee and family members on plan.
DENTAL INSURANCE (Delta Dental)
Effective first date of hire. Pre-taxed premiums per pay period: $3.50 Individual; $9.03 Family. Preventative covered 100%, other dental services covered at 80%.
VISION INSURANCE (Delta Dental)
Optional plan available to employees working 20 or more hours per week. Deduction taken monthly. Pre-taxed premiums per month: $5.11 Single; $12.73 Family.
SHORT TERM DISABILITY INSURANCE (The Standard)
Optional plan available to employees working 20 or more hours per week.Deduction taken biweekly.
LONG TERM DISABILITY INSURANCE (The Standard)
Ninety (90) day waiting period before benefits become payable. 66 2/3% of salary during period of disability to be reviewed by insurance company at the end of two years. Premium paid by District.
GROUP TERM LIFE INSURANCE &DISMEMBERMENT (SYMETRA)
$1,000 of term life per $1,000 of income.Effective the first of the month following date of hire.Premium paid by District.
WISCONSIN RETIREMENT SYSTEM
The employer pays 6.55% and the employee pays 6.55% of the shares.Normal retirement benefits are based on a formula for retirement at age 65.
IRS SECTION 125 PLAN (Employee Benefits Corp.)
Employee can put pre-tax money into an account to be used toward medical/day care expenses – Flexible Spending Account.Maximum $2,500 for medical; $5,000 for childcare.
TAX DEFERRED ANNUITY:403bor 457 are available on a voluntary basis.
HOLIDAYS:11 paid holidays per year
CAMPUSSHUT-DOWN:The campus will be closed betweenChristmas & New Year’s Day.
SICK LEAVE:12 days per year cumulative to 180 days.
Part-time employees working 20-39 hours per week will receive pro-rated benefits based on hours worked.
Part-time employees working 19 hours, or less, per week will receive holiday pay based on the amount of hours worked in thepriorquarter and participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System.
Non-Faculty Exempt Employees Non-Exempt Employees
Years of Service Vacation Days(per year) Years of Service Vacation Days(per year)
0-1 1.67 prorated days per month 0-1 1 prorated day per month
1-9 20 1-4 12
10-14 23 5-9 17
15+ 25 10-14 18
12 days per year cumulative to 180 days.
Refer to Employee Handbook.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex or national origin. Gateway Technical College is an Equal Opportunity/Access Educator/Employer operating under an Affirmation Action Plan.
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