Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Cargo Capacity Liaison

Cargo Capacity Liaison 

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking a Cargo Liaison for an opportunity in Jamaica, NY.

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Responsible for the tactical management of cargo capacity inventories throughout the North American network.
  • Liaison between cargo operation and centralized Space Control team on issues pertaining to cargo build-up and overtenders.
  • Work real time with Customer Service Center and Proactive Notification team to provide customers real time updates on freight that fails to ride as booked.
  • Provide operations the clear priority of freight and provide guidance on offloaded freight while focusing on immediate reroutes when possible.
  • Work cross functionally with interlines, trucking, and other departments to maximize the network and facilitate the re-routing of freight for service recovery.
  • Provide feedback to pricing, call center, and e-commerce teams on integrity of bookings and customer challenges in tendering freight.
  • Monitor station inventories and off-load management and work with space control to adjust future capacities accordingly.
  • Practices safety conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures. 
  • MUST BE OPEN TO WORK FLEXIBLE HOURS.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • 4-7 years’ experience in the ground transportation, freight forwarding, or air freight industry is preferred. 
  • Intermediate level of Microsoft Office Applications including Excel.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office is required.
  • Knowledge of air logistics operating systems and/or WebVision is preferred.
  • Experience with other applications including transportation management systems or operations systems in a large corporate environment is preferred.
  • Excellent human relations skills – we’re a people first company and require constant professional communication.
  • Strong problem solving skills, ability to multi-task and cope with fast paced environment.
  • Strong organizational, analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Strong customer orientation, sense of urgency, and problem resolution skills required.
  • Must be a self-starter and highly motivated individual.
  • Possession of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university is preferred, but not required 

 

 

Apply to be considered for this Cargo Capacity Liaison opportunity in Jamaica, NY.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match.

 

 

Cargo Capacity Liaison

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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AMT Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

A&P Mechanic

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an A&P Mechanic with commercial C&D check experience on Commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Description:

  • Inspect, test, repair, maintain, and service aircraft.
  • Read and interpret aircraft maintenance manuals and specifications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.
  • Modify aircraft structures, systems, or components, following drawings, engineering orders and technical publications.
  • Perform visual inspections during assembly of part and after repair or installation of component.
  • Perform operational checks after maintenance is performed to ensure proper operation.
  • Examine, inspect and troubleshoot engine or other components for cracks, breaks, or leaks.
  • Disassemble and inspect parts for wear, warping, or other defects.
  • Assemble and install electrical, plumbing, mechanical, hydraulic, and structural components and accessories, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Adjust, align, and calibrate aircraft systems, using hand tools, gauges, and test equipment.
  • Test engine and system operations, using testing equipment.
  • Service and maintain aircraft systems.
  • Perform maintenance IAW FAA approved technical data.
  • Research FAA technical data to locate applicable data relevant to assigned tasks.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

 

Requirements:

  • FAA Airframe and Powerplant license.
  • Must have 3-5 years experience within commercial aviation.
  • Must be able to read and write English and be able to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals.
  • Must be able to document maintenance performed on required forms.
  • Knowledge of design techniques, principles, tools and instruments involved in the production and use of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings, and models.
  • Must be able to use the FAA approved data proficiently. (i.e., IPC, AMM, OHM, SRM.)
  • Familiar with B737, B747, B757, B767, B777, MD88/90, DC-9 and A319/320 aircraft types and associated engines.
  • Practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Successfully complete a fingerprint-based Criminal History Records check prior to beginning work.
  • Must meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds.
  • Must be willing to work rotating or fixed shifts.
  • A valid clear driver’s license.

 

As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are subject to a drug test.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Systems Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Texas Fort Worth

System Mechanics

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Systems Mechanics with experience performing post installation power checks and troubleshooting of VIP interior electrical systems on heavy commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Fort Worth, Texas.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Avionics Technicians will install, inspect, test, adjust, or repair avionics equipment, such as radar, radio, IFE, and navigation on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • Must have 5+ years of experience performing Systems maintenance on commercial aircraft.
  • Must have lavatory, sinks, and plumbing system repair and installation experience.
  • Must have experience performing post installation power checks.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be able to lift 50lbs and climb up and down ladders
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 


 

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Expeditor 3

Expeditor

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Expeditor for an opportunity in Sacramento, CA.

 

Principal Responsibilities

  • Tracks and ensures hourly movement throughout the day of all production parts either currently past due or within a two-week window of the ship date by continually following up on the hourly progress of each part.
  • Attends all production meetings, and reports status on all production parts that are currently past due or within a two-week window of the ship date.
  • Obtains ECD’s from shop and administrative personnel, and holds them accountable for completing actions on time. 
  • Coordinate any special needs for expedited parts with the appropriate personnel, including hand layout, unscheduled tool deliveries, assembly kits, unscheduled oven loads, rework, QA inspections, etc.
  • Tracks status and hourly movement of any special schedules provided to the customer and reports status on such schedules to program management when requested.
  • Moves parts to the rework department and back into production when rework is complete.
  • Coordinates with production control to resolve any system or paperwork issues. 
  • Monitors “hold for trim” tool rack, and reports information back to production control. 
  • Works and expedites missing tool issues directly with warehouse personnel.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

 

SPECIFIC JOB SKILLS:

 

  • Skilled in the use of Excel and computing in general
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of people in a diverse community.
  • Ability to understand and follow specific instruction and procedures.
  • Exceptional organizing and coordinating skills.
  • Excellent communication and listening skills, verbal and written.

 

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED, and/or 1-2 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities in a manufacturing environment.
  • Strong Analytical Skills
  • Worked in a machine shop environment in similar capacity (buyer, material manager, etc….)

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

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Expeditor 2

Expeditor

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Expeditor for an opportunity in Sacramento, CA.

 

Principal Responsibilities

  • Tracks and ensures hourly movement throughout the day of all production parts either currently past due or within a two-week window of the ship date by continually following up on the hourly progress of each part.
  • Attends all production meetings, and reports status on all production parts that are currently past due or within a two-week window of the ship date.
  • Obtains ECD’s from shop and administrative personnel, and holds them accountable for completing actions on time. 
  • Coordinate any special needs for expedited parts with the appropriate personnel, including hand layout, unscheduled tool deliveries, assembly kits, unscheduled oven loads, rework, QA inspections, etc.
  • Tracks status and hourly movement of any special schedules provided to the customer and reports status on such schedules to program management when requested.
  • Moves parts to the rework department and back into production when rework is complete.
  • Coordinates with production control to resolve any system or paperwork issues. 
  • Monitors “hold for trim” tool rack, and reports information back to production control. 
  • Works and expedites missing tool issues directly with warehouse personnel.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

 

SPECIFIC JOB SKILLS:

 

  • Skilled in the use of Excel and computing in general
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of people in a diverse community.
  • Ability to understand and follow specific instruction and procedures.
  • Exceptional organizing and coordinating skills.
  • Excellent communication and listening skills, verbal and written.

 

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED, and/or 1-2 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities in a manufacturing environment.
  • Strong Analytical Skills
  • Worked in a machine shop environment in similar capacity (buyer, material manager, etc….)

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

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A&P Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Oklahoma City Oklahoma

A&P Mechanic

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an A&P Mechanic with commercial and regional jet C&D check experience for an opportunity in Oklahoma City, OK.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

A&P Mechanics will maintain, inspect, repair, modify, overhaul and troubleshoot commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements:

  • 1+ years of commercial experience.
  • Experience repairing B737 and regional jet aircraft required.
  • Current A&P license required (6 months of documented experience within the last 2 years).
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Fingerprinting Technician

Professional | United States Georgia Atlanta

Fingerprinting Technician

 

Qualifications:

  • Previous fingerprint processing experience
  • Must be able to travel 10-15% of the time
  • Must have excellent customer service and data entry skills.
  • Intermediate Microsoft Office Skills.
  • Must be detail oriented
  • Ability to work in a fast pace environment -Ability to maintain confidentiality

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the collection and submission of electronic and hard card fingerprints.
  • Responsible for accurate fingerprint application entry and error corrections.
  • Primary reviewer of identity and accurate application completion for prints collected.
  • May assist with tracking of fingerprint results.
  • Practices safety conscious behaviors in daily routines
  • Assists CHRC team as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. 

 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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CNC Lathe Machinist

CNC Lathe Machinist

 

We are currently looking to hire a full time CNC Lead Machinist for our Aerospace Manufacturing facility in Cleveland, OH. This position pays 18-22/hour to start and can interview and start ASAP.

 

Shift: Nights, Monday to Friday 5pm-4am (The first 8 hours are regular time, the next 2 hours are paid at 1.5X and the 11th hour of the shift is double time!)

 

Qualifications:

 

-Candidates MUST have 5+ years of CNC Lathe experience

-Must be able to perform set-ups on the CNC Lathe and make minor programming edits at the machine

-Use of QC tools to inspect high prevision machined aerospace parts

-Needs to have high tolerance and precision machining experience 

-Candidates will be working on Okuma machines, 2 Axis to 6 Axis

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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CNC Grinder

CNC Grinder

 

We are currently looking to hire a full time CNC Grinder for our Aerospace Manufacturing facility in Cleveland, OH. This position pays up to 25/hour to start and can interview and start ASAP.

 

Shift: Nights, Monday to Friday 5pm-4am (The first 8 hours are regular time, the next 2 hours are paid at 1.5X and the 11th hour of the shift is double time!)

 

-Candidates MUST have 3+ years of CNC grinding and deburrer experience

-Must be able to perform set-ups on the grinder

-Grind high precision parts for the aerospace industry

-Work with steel, aluminum and other metal materials

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CNC Mill Machinist

CNC Mill Machinist

 

We are currently looking to hire a full time CNC Machinist for our Aerospace Manufacturing facility in Cleveland, OH. This position pays 25-30/hour to start and can interview and start ASAP.

 

Shift: Nights, Monday to Friday 5pm-4am (The first 8 hours are regular time, the next 2 hours are paid at 1.5X and the 11th hour of the shift is double time!)

 

-Candidates MUST have 3+ years of CNC Mill exprience 

-Must be able to perform set-ups on the CNC Mill and make minor programming edits at the machine

-Use of QC tools to inspect high prevision machined aerospace parts

-Needs to have high tolerance and precision machining experience 

-Candidates will be working on Okuma machines, 2 Axis to 6 Axis

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Aviation Recruiter

Internal Operations | United States Renton Washington

AVIATION RECRUITER

 

LAUNCH is one of the fastest growing aviation staffing firms in the country and as a result we are adding additional recruiters to our team! If you are career minded, have a positive attitude and a strong desire for success then we have a rewarding career opportunity for you! We are looking for a recruiter in Everett, Washington.

 

LAUNCH offers competitive salary with weekly commissions and monthly bonuses based upon attainable goals. We offer an extensive training program.

 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Source candidates from various career websites including LAUNCH’s internal software database.
  • Conduct phone screen interviews to properly match candidates with the right opportunities.
  • Properly enter and update candidate details into LAUNCH’s internal software database.
  • Work closely with Account Managers to support client recruiting needs to match the right candidate with the right opportunity.
  • Develop network of candidates utilizing recruiting resources and maintain candidate relationships utilizing LAUNCH’ internal database.
  • Continually work with the team of recruiters to support clients and promote company growth.
  • Work with Account Managers to develop business leads.  
  • Ability to maintain confidential information.
  • Special Projects as assigned.
  • Handle overflow items from other departments as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Must have a positive attitude, be self-directed, goal oriented and career minded.
  • Aviation knowledge is a preferred but not required.
  • Experience working in the aerospace industry is preferred but not required.
  • Must have strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must have strong time management skills and the ability to multi-task.
  • Must have a sense of urgency.
  • Must be detail oriented.
  • Previous recruiting experience is preferred but not required.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment background check.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

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Maintenance Utility Worker – PFE

Aviation Maintenance | United States Georgia Atlanta
Maintenance Utility Worker
 
Job Duties and Responsibilities:

Responsibilities: 

The Maintenance Utility Worker (MUE1) will assist in the processing of aircraft parts to help support Engine Maintenance’s goals and objectives. In addition, this worker maintains the physical condition of equipment / facilities. They utilize appropriate detergents, solutions, and media equipment to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop / aircraft related functions, such as but not limited to; parts transportation, parts cleaning and processing parts. Candidates will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out wherever necessary. Candidates must be able to learn and use Delta’s computer MIRS/GEM functions applicable to perform assigned jobs. Must be a team player and active participant in identifying process improvements and cost saving initiatives. Practices safety-conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures.

Qualifications:

 

Must be able to read and write English and be able to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. Requires high school diploma or G.E.D. Must possess basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems. Must meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions. Must be able to multi-task and work under pressure.

To qualify for this position you must:

  Have a valid driver’s license

  Be at least 18 years of age

  Be willing to submit an extensive background check, drug test and audiogram

  Be authorized to work in the US

  Have the ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays

Comments/Special Instructions:

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

 

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

 
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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Avionics Technician

Aviation Maintenance | United States Anchorage Alaska

Avionics Technician

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Avionics Technician with experience performing electrical and avionics related maintenance and aircraft modifications on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Anchorage Alaska.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Avionics Technicians will install, inspect, test, adjust, or repair avionics equipment, such as radar, radio, and navigation on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • 4+ years commercial aircraft experience required.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights.

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Avionics Technician

Aviation Maintenance | United States Anchorage Alaska

Avionics Technician

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Avionics Technician with experience performing electrical and avionics related maintenance and aircraft modifications on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Anchorage Alaska.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Avionics Technicians will install, inspect, test, adjust, or repair avionics equipment, such as radar, radio, and navigation on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • 4+ years commercial aircraft experience required.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights.

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Licensed Avionics Technician

Aviation Maintenance | United States Anchorage Alaska

Avionics Technician

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Avionics Technician with experience performing electrical and avionics related maintenance and aircraft modifications on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Anchorage Alaska.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Avionics Technicians will install, inspect, test, adjust, or repair avionics equipment, such as radar, radio, and navigation on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • 4+ years commercial aircraft experience required.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights.

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Interior Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Florida Pensacola

Interior Mechanics

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking Interior Mechanics with experience performing repairs on interior monuments, overhead bins, side walls and other interior related maintenance and repairs on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Pensacola, FL.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Interior Mechanics will remove and install aircraft seats, bins, galleys, carpeting, blankets and perform minor sheet metal work on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • 2+ years of repair experience on commercial aircraft.
  • Boeing or Airbus experience preferred.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 


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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Structures Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Mobile Alabama

Structures Mechanic

*BONUS*

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking Structures Mechanics with experience performing body and structural repairs on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Mobile, Alabama.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Structures Mechanics will fabricate, repair, replace and rebuild aircraft parts and structures on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements:

  • 2+ years repair experience on commercial airframes required.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Heavy Diesel Mechanic

Heavy Diesel Technicians

 

Pay: $23-$26 per hour, depending on experience

*Current ASE Certification can increase pay

 

Shift: Day & Evening Shift Available  

 

****Paid Time Off***
**Benefits Package****

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform preventative maintenance and repairs on small fire truck engines, including, but not limited to welding.
  • May need to drive diesel equipment in/out of the shop or through facility parking lot.
  • Work in a safe manner, per company, local, state and federal policies and regulations.
  • Perform preventative maintenance, electrical, suspension, and airbrake repairs, and run diagnostics on the fleet.
  • Ability to speak, write and comprehend the English language in accordance with all safety-related regulations and product specifications to avoid product contaminations in addition to processing paperwork for invoicing, billing, etc.
  • Remove and replace steering & chassis components.
  • Other duties as required to support operations.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • The equivalent of High School Diploma or GED.
  • 1+ year’s diesel mechanic experience in commercial or fleet maintenance and repair shop.
  • Must be able to pass a pre-employment physical and drug screen.
  • Have the ability to lift up to 50 pounds, spending time bending, climbing and stooping.
  • Must have own set of tools.
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License.
  • Must have own steel toe boots.
  • CDL preferred or ability to obtain.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

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Quality Inspector

Source Inspector

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking a Source Inspector for an opportunity in Seattle, WA

 

Summary

 

Source Inspector assures manufactured part meets AS9100 requirements, utilizing clients QMS. Oversee the quality of manufactured parts by following a part-specific set of work instructions, defined by Quality Engineering in conjunction with customer drawings and specifications.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

  • Determines adherence to engineering and customer specifications, department procedures, and quality standards
  • Inspect parts using hand held M&TE and visual techniques. 
  • Use sample parts in comparison to current manufacturing orders. 
  • Understand work orders and work instructions, as well as verbal instruction. 
  • Understanding of lot sampling.  
  • Accept / Reject parts based on quality plans. 
  • Process parts physically and electronically using Vaupell software – Generate NCRs for discrepant parts. 
  • Create inspection records to validate QA procedures. 
  • Perform First Part buy-offs and in process inspections on Molding floor. 
  • Assist with internal audits of cells to ensure adherence to quality procedures. 
  • Creation and storage of new QA part samples 
  • Inspection of purchased goods – Receiving inspection (QRI) 
  • Assist in First Article Inspection (FAI) 
  • Assist in training of new team members to the quality values and standards 
  • Suggests improvements to QA processes to QA3 and above. 

 

Requirements: 

  • Experience with AS9100 procedures
  • Experience with First Article Inspection (FAI)
  • Ability to read aerospace drawings, blueprints and specifications. 
  • Dimensional Inspection experience is required
  • MRB experience preferred
  • High School education or equivalent – Basic Math, problem solving & computer skills. 
  • Basic understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) 
  • 3 years of relevant work experience. 

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 



 

 

 

 

 

 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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A&P Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Florida Pensacola

A&P Mechanic

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an A&P Mechanic with commercial C&D check experience on Commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Mobile, AL

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

A&P Mechanics will maintain, inspect, repair, modify, overhaul and troubleshoot commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • 2+ years of repair experience on commercial aircraft.
  • Active A&P license required.
  • Airbus or Boeing Gen Fams required.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 


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CNC Machinist

Aviation Maintenance | United States Texas San Antonio

Maintenance Mechanic

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking a CNC Machinist for an opportunity in San Antonio, Texas

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Team with others to set-up, operate and inspect parts on conventional and Computerized Numerical Controlled (CNC) machines and mediums to assure the timely production and delivery of quality products to the customer.

  • Work from drawings, documents, process specifications, quality control requirements, and established processes or procedures. Perform multi-tasking and multi-machine operation where applicable.

  • Produce parts or assemblies using Conventional or Computerized Numerical Controlled (CNC) mediums, while simultaneously ensuring product and/or process quality at all levels of the manufacturing operation through monitoring/verification methodologies.

  • Concurrently perform related functions to provide complete hardware in accordance with engineering specifications including,(e.g., operating multiple machines simultaneously, deburr part surface, milling, drilling, boring, honing, grinding, fastening).

  • Perform routine minor machine maintenance as part of their daily work duties (e.g., replacing machine filters, changing standard light bulbs on machines and equipment, maintaining lubrication/coolant levels, etc. as related to basic Total

  • Preventative Maintenance duties).

  • Routinely move product within the immediate manufacturing work area, including across isle, using shop assigned equipment as required and complete transactions necessary to move product to the next operation. On an exception basis, moves product to the next operation within a building.

  • Support the continuous flow of product within the manufacturing process by training and assisting employees of the same or lower classification level.

  • Cross trains in inspection and becomes SIA qualified.

Qualifications and requirements:

  • Temp to Perm Position.

  • Must have 3-5 axis CNC experience. Must list machining skills, list controllers, machine types and metals worked on.

  • Eye protection and “safety toe/slip resistant shoes” are required

  • Good communication skills – written and verbal
  • Good computing skills
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

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Upholstery Technician

Aviation Maintenance | United States Texas Fort Worth

Upholstery Technician

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking Upholstery Technicians for an opportunity in Fort Worth, Texas.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Interior Mechanics will maintain, inspect, repair, modify, overhaul and troubleshoot commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

  • Upholsters parts according to work orders and engineering drawings. Responsible for foam build up, pattern making, cutting seat coverings, sewing using multiple types of stitching, seat cover sacking, carpet cutting and surging.
  • Estimates material requirements and tools or equipment needed to perform job.
  • Sets up and operates tools to cut, cover and complete components of the job.
  • Bonds components as required.
  • Maintains work order and calls for inspection as necessary.
  • Assumes responsibility for establishing and maintaining good communication, coordination, and working relations with Company personnel and management.
  • Assumes responsibility for related duties as required or assigned.
  • Must be able to perform foam build-up, pattern seats/divans, and install seat and divan covers.
  • Must be familiar with aircraft adhesive processes.
  • Must be and to read drawings and have experience signing off work.

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • At least seven years of experience with VIP Aircraft Seat Upholstery.
  • Per FAA requirements Upholsterers must be able to read, write and speak English.
  • Understanding of upholstery standards and procedures.
  • Thorough knowledge of VVIP aircraft upholstery techniques, standards, and use of all equipment; such as sewing machines, surging machines, foam saws, etc.
  • Knowledge of all Company upholstery machinery and ability to set up each machine.
  • Able to operate upholstery machinery.
  • Quality orientation and attentive to detail.
  • Good manual dexterity.
  • Strong supervisory abilities.
  • B737 and 777 modification experience preferred.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 


 

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Structures Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Texas Fort Worth

Structures Mechanic

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking Structures Mechanics with experience performing body and structural repairs on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Fort Worth, Texas.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Structures Mechanics will fabricate, repair, replace and rebuild aircraft parts and structures on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

  • Perform assembly and fitting of detail parts and structures and varied drilling and riveting operations; ensures parts/assembly meet requirements.
  • Possess the proven ability to move to new tasks with only a moderate, short-term impact to established goal hours and schedule.
  • Rivet structural members, assemblies and parts using all tools required to do the job (e.g. portable riveting guns, pneumatic drills, counter sinks, rivet shavers, files, reamers, rivets). Must display the ability to remove fasteners without damaging structures.
  • Read work orders, blueprints, lofts, sketches, and operation sheets to determine sequence of operations, type size and hole pattern for rivets.
  • Check all work and ensure a defective free assembly prior to final inspection.
  • Instruct and assist other team members in interpretation of blueprints, drawings, and engineering orders; develop methods and shop aids to resolve production installation difficulties and problems.
  • Maintain and use all logs and records (e.g. MIR sheets, DMTs, Crabs, PCOs).
  • Align and assemble parts to be riveted using jigs, holding fixtures, pins, clamps, and fasteners.  
  • Make repairs per Discrepant Material Tags (DMT), Material Review Request (MRR), Production Change Orders (PCO), performs necessary rework to ensure installations meet conformity.
  • Maintain a neat and orderly work area, supports the company 5S & Lean Initiative Program and complies with all safety regulations.
  • Work with little or no supervision.
  • May assist/instruct other team members.
  • Support Lean Activities.

Qualifications and requirements:

  • 3+ years of Heavy Commercial Experience preferred.
  • Structural Modification experience is highly preferred.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 


 

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Avionics Technician

Aviation Maintenance | United States Texas Fort Worth

Avionics Technician

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Avionics Technician with experience performing post installation power checks and troubleshooting of VIP interior electrical systems on heavy commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Fort Worth, Texas.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Avionics Technicians will install, inspect, test, adjust, or repair avionics equipment, such as radar, radio, IFE, and navigation on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • Must have 5+ years of experience performing Avionics maintenance on commercial aircraft.
  • Must have experience performing post installation power checks.
  • Must have experience troubleshooting VIP interior electrical systems.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be able to lift 50lbs and climb up and down ladders
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 


 

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Avionics Technician

Aviation Maintenance | United States North Carolina Greensboro

Avionics Technician

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking military veterans with experience performing electrical and avionics related maintenance and aircraft modifications on  aircraft for an opportunity in Greensboro, North Carolina.

 

This is a contract to direct / full time opportunity!

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Avionics Technicians will install, inspect, test, adjust, or repair avionics equipment, such as radar, radio, and navigation on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • 3+ years of recent hands on aviation maintenance experience in the United States Military.  
  • Must be able to document maintenance performed on required forms.
  • Knowledge of design techniques, principles, tools and instruments involved in the production and use of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings, and models.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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AMT Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Georgia Atlanta

A&P Mechanic

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an A&P Mechanic with commercial C&D check experience on Commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Atlanta, GA.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

A&P Mechanics will maintain, inspect, repair, modify, overhaul and troubleshoot commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Job Description:

  • Inspect, test, repair, maintain, and service aircraft.
  • Read and interpret aircraft maintenance manuals and specifications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.
  • Modify aircraft structures, systems, or components, following drawings, engineering orders and technical publications.
  • Perform visual inspections during assembly of part and after repair or installation of component.
  • Perform operational checks after maintenance is performed to ensure proper operation.
  • Examine, inspect and troubleshoot engine or other components for cracks, breaks, or leaks.
  • Disassemble and inspect parts for wear, warping, or other defects.
  • Assemble and install electrical, plumbing, mechanical, hydraulic, and structural components and accessories, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Adjust, align, and calibrate aircraft systems, using hand tools, gauges, and test equipment.
  • Test engine and system operations, using testing equipment.
  • Service and maintain aircraft systems.
  • Perform maintenance IAW FAA approved technical data.
  • Research FAA technical data to locate applicable data relevant to assigned tasks.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

 

Requirements:

  • FAA Airframe and Powerplant license.
  • Must have 3-5 years experience within commercial aviation.
  • Must be able to read and write English and be able to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals.
  • Must be able to document maintenance performed on required forms.
  • Knowledge of design techniques, principles, tools and instruments involved in the production and use of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings, and models.
  • Must be able to use the FAA approved data proficiently. (i.e., IPC, AMM, OHM, SRM.)
  • Familiar with B737, B747, B757, B767, B777, MD88/90, DC-9 and A319/320 aircraft types and associated engines.
  • Practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Successfully complete a fingerprint-based Criminal History Records check prior to beginning work.
  • Must meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds.
  • Must be willing to work rotating or fixed shifts.
  • A valid clear driver’s license.

 

As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are subject to a drug test.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

 

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Structures Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Florida Pensacola

Structures Mechanic

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking Structures Mechanics with experience performing body and structural repairs on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Pensacola, Florida.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Structures Mechanics will fabricate, repair, replace and rebuild aircraft parts and structures on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements:

  • 2+ years repair experience on commercial airframes required.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Avionics Technician

Aviation Maintenance | United States Mobile Alabama

Avionics Technician

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Avionics Technician with experience performing electrical and avionics related maintenance and aircraft modifications on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Mobile, Alabama.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Avionics Technicians will install, inspect, test, adjust, or repair avionics equipment, such as radar, radio, and navigation on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements:

  • 3+ years of experience on commercial aircraft.
  • Boeing or Airbus experience preferred.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 


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Interior Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Mobile Alabama

Interior Mechanics

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking Interior Mechanics with experience performing repairs on interior monuments, overhead bins, side walls and other interior related maintenance and repairs on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Mobile, AL.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Interior Mechanics will remove and install aircraft seats, bins, galleys, carpeting, blankets and perform minor sheet metal work on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • 2+ years of repair experience on commercial aircraft.
  • Boeing or Airbus experience preferred.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 


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A&P Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Mobile Alabama

A&P Mechanic

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an A&P Mechanic with commercial C&D check experience on Commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Mobile, Alabama.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

A&P Mechanics will maintain, inspect, repair, modify, overhaul and troubleshoot commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • 2+ years of repair experience on commercial aircraft.
  • Boeing or Airbus experience preferred.
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 


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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

Apply OnlineApply by Email

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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HR Business Analyst

Professional | United States Georgia Atlanta

HR Business Analyst

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an HR Business Analyst for an opportunity in Atlanta, GA.

 

 

Qualifications:

  • 1-3+ years of HR administrative and processing experience in a functional or operations area and departmental practices and application of corporate related policy.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and deliverables simultaneously.
  • Hands-on experience with transaction related systems or software, preferably SAP.
  • Experience with MS Office (Excel, Word), HR systems (end-user) and reporting tools (Brio/Hyperion).
  • Must be willing to travel as needed.
  • Must be able to assist with special projects or system issues on night or weekend as needed.
  • Must be able to work with confidential information.

 

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Responsible for the maintenance and system updates of SAP HR records for all scale Domestic and International employees as assigned.
  • Administer the related HR policies, procedures and compensation programs for the various employees groups. Coordinate and process routine to complex MSS transactions for new hires, internal hires, employee movement/status changes, international movements and separations.
  • Develop pay anniversary date calculations for employees returning from leave, rehire, or changing employee classifications.
  • Serve as a gatekeeper for the resolution on employee HR system escalations.
  • Support multiple divisions and client contacts.
  • Participate as needed in HR initiatives as a coordinator or processing SME.
  • Provide system testing support for SAP production changes.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. 

 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Structural Assembler

Aviation Maintenance | United States New York Coxsackie

Structural Assembler

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking Structural Assemblers for a position in Coxsackie, New York.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Assembles aerospace sheet metal products working at a bench or on shop floor.

  • Basic capability to read and understand drawings, specifications and work instructions to determine dimensions and tolerances of a finished assembly, the sequence of operations and set up requirements.
  • Positions parts following blue prints, fixturing and operations sheets.
  • Trims, fits and fastens parts together with bolts, screws, rivets and adhesive.
  • Operates various hand tools, tooling fixtures and machines such as belt sander, saw, grinder, riveting machine, drill press and shear.
  • Uses precision measuring instruments, including but not limited to calipers, indicators, and scales.
  • Has basic Resistance weld skills.
  • Is familiar with customer specifications as they relate to the operation being performed.
  • Verifies conformance of finished work piece to customer requirements.
  • Has basic understanding and practice of Lean Manufacturing principles and 6S.
  • Correctly logs jobs in and out for labor reporting systems.
  • Follows all safety rules including PPE requirements while performing tasks.
  • Responsible for the proper handling and management of hazardous waste generated in their work area.
  • Must be willing and able to work overtime as necessary.
  • Acceptable attendance is an essential function of the position.
  • Performs other duties as assigned or required by the position. 

Qualifications and requirement:

  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • 3 + years aerospace assembly experience required
  • Strong mechanical aptitude required.
  • Math Skills – decimals, percentages, fractions – geometry and trigonometry preferred.
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints and mylars.
  • Read and understand internal procedures and policies and travelers.
  • Understand and follow through on both verbal and written instructions.
  • Team oriented with a continuous improvement outlook.
  • Computer Skills – able to learn new screens, reports, functions, software programs and internal ERP systems.
  • Communicates courteously and professionally at all organizational levels.
  • Specific vision abilities required include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively.
  • Frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms.
  • Annual baseline hearing test is required.
  • Occasionally required to sit, stoop, kneel, or crouch.
  • Must be able to frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
  • Must be able to pass Background Check and Urinalysis.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Quality Controller/ Paint Inspector

Aviation Maintenance | United States Mobile Alabama

Aircraft Painter

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking Experienced Quality Controller / Paint Inspectors with experience inspecting paint jobs on aircraft and aircraft parts for an opportunity in Mobile, AL.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Inspecting the condition of the aircraft, equipment and tooling at pre-defined intervals during the paint production process and documenting any discrepancies and/ or non-conformities using the appropriate company forms.
  • Validating the status of works performed and confirming the performance of works in writing using the appropriate company forms (work “buy back”).
  • Performing routine and recurring process and documentation surveillance, documenting “unsatisfactory” items and actively and directly restoring “unsatisfactory” items to a “satisfactory” position in cooperation with Production Department counterparts.
  • Verifying the currency of technical data and materials to be utilized prior to work commencement.
  • Training Quality and Production Department personnel in the relevant processes, policies and procedures of the company, its regulatory partners and its customers, and documenting the performance of trainings.
  • Inspecting the final condition of the aircraft following the completion of the paint production process and confirming the finished condition is in accordance with company and customer requirements, using calibrated measurement equipment as required, and documenting the condition as necessary.

Qualifications and requirements:

  • Microsoft Office: Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Outlook and Word (Proficiency Expected)
  • Company specific project management, monitoring and record keeping systems (Training Provided).
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have a valid drivers license. Must be willing and able to drive company vehicles or rental vehicles as directed.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Ground Support Equipment Design Engineer

Professional | United States Georgia Atlanta

Ground Support Equipment Design Engineer 

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking a Ground Support Equipment Design Engineer for an opportunity in Atlanta, GA.

 

The Ground Support Equipment (GSE) Engineering Group has the primary responsibility to define and develop specifications and coordinate the selection, procurement, and acceptance of over 25 classes of aircraft ramp and terminal support equipment in accordance with the operational requirements expressed by the using departments and governmental requirements. This equipment is defined as “Anything that supports the aircraft and operation on the ground.” GSE Engineering determines proper type of equipment and assures for appropriate interfacing with all types of Delta aircraft.

 

Responsibilities:

 

This position assists the GSE Engineers and includes the following duties:

  • Become familiar with Compnay aircraft and understand interface requirements with mobile and stationary equipment
  • Evaluate equipment characteristics with operators at airport facilities
  • Investigate equipment modification requests and review vendor responses (some day trips domestically may be required)
  • Develop and create ground support equipment drawings using AutoCad computer software
  • Write new equipment specifications and conduct service tests
  • Create mock-up modifications with GSE Maintenance groups
  • Generate Engineering Authorizations (EA) within EARTH (Documentum) software
  • Coordinate with Maintenance and User Groups worldwide to schedule EA’s respective to ground support equipment. This includes preparation and distribution of compliance cards and record keeping of EA compliance documentation.
  • Practices safety-conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures.
  • Develops both strategic & tactical plans that create a safety-conscious environment resulting in employee safety and well-being.

 

Qualifications:

  • B.S. in engineering or related technical field.
  • Five (5) years overall experience, preferably in an automotive or mechanical field.
  • Must have strong computer skills and demonstrated proficiency with CAD systems and MS Office programs.
  • Must have strong knowledge of mechanical/electrical designs, materials, and operation.
  • Must be able to handle multiple tasks, projects, and reporting functions and meet deadlines required by the customer. Must be able to read and interpret technical drawings and other technical information, as well as effectively generate detailed engineering documents.
  • Must be an effective project manager, presenting good communication skills and a professional appearance.
  • Preferred: Knowledge of industry standards relating to airline ground support equipment (IATA, SAE, NFPA, DOT, etc.). 

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. 

 

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Structures Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance | United States Montana Great Falls

Structures Mechanic – Premium Rate

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking a Structures Mechanic with experience performing body and structural repairs on Regional aircraft for an opportunity in Great Falls, Montana.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Structures Mechanics will fabricate, repair, replace and rebuild aircraft parts and structures on commercial aircraft in compliance with policies, manuals, procedures and requirements.

 

Qualifications and requirements: 

  • Must have 3+ years Regional Aircraft experience (CRJ200 and/or EMB135/145 aircraft).
  • Must have the minimum tools as required.
  • Must be willing to perform other functions and duties as assigned by managers and supervisors.
  • Must be willing to work any shift.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check. 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights.

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Mechanical Technician

Aviation Maintenance | United States Texas Grapevine

1st Shift Mechanical Technician

 

 

LAUNCH is looking for a 1st Shift Mechanical Technician for the facility in Grapevine, TX. This is a 4-month contract to direct role that is paying $13 per hour.  Candidates will be responsible for building/repairing cargo containers for airplanes.

  • No work on weekends
  • Temperature controlled facility

 

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Open to entry level. But MUST have a mechanical background using hand and power tools and following blueprints.
  • Tools are provided at work stations.
  • Must own steel toe boots.
  • Must clear a Drug Test and Background check before starting.
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Aerospace Engineer

Professional | United States Georgia Atlanta

Aerospace Engineer

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aerospace Engineer for an opportunity in Atlanta, GA.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Must have a minimum 3 years experience – Willing to consider less if previously worked for Airline as Co-op or intern
  • Highly organized
  • Strong Excel experience and MS office experience
  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Must be able to handle information in a professional and confidential manner. 

Responsibilities:

  • Resolve complex engineering problems associated with aircraft interior designs for various aircraft types and LOPA configurations
  • Knowledge of aircraft interior designs specifically for Interior Design disciplines, including Galleys, Lavs, seats, OH Bins, emergency equipment, galley inserts and all other cabin systems within passenger cabin, etc.
  • Coordinate and author various engineering documents to support corporate strategic initiatives in relation to cabin interiors
  • Coordinate with OEM, modification sites, internal and external customers to support design and development of IFE systems.
  • SIDA Badge may be required

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH offers you an ACA compliant benefit package including company-sponsored medical insurance with multiple plans to choose from. Our Minimum Essential Coverage is offered to every employee who does not have coverage elsewhere at no cost to you! LAUNCH also offers a 401(k) program with a company match.

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Veteran Military Recruiter

Internal Operations | United States Oak Brook Illinois

VETERAN MILITARY RECRUITER

 

LAUNCH is one of the fastest growing aviation staffing firms in the country and as a result we are adding additional recruiters to our team! If you are career minded, have a positive attitude and a strong desire for success then we have a rewarding career opportunity for you!

 

LAUNCH offers competitive salary with weekly commissions and monthly bonuses based upon attainable goals. We offer an extensive training program.

 

We are looking for a Veteran Military Recruiter to recruit for veteran jobs that we have across the United States. You are going to place our men and women that have served our country to provide them an opportunity to work in the aviation maintenance field.

 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Source candidates from various career websites including LAUNCH’s internal software database.
  • Conduct phone screen interviews to properly match candidates with the right opportunities.
  • Properly enter and update candidate details into LAUNCH’s internal software database.
  • Work closely with Account Managers to support client recruiting needs to match the right candidate with the right opportunity.
  • Develop network of candidates utilizing recruiting resources and maintain candidate relationships utilizing LAUNCH’ internal database.
  • Continually work with the team of recruiters to support clients and promote company growth.
  • Work with Account Managers to develop business leads.  
  • Ability to maintain confidential information.
  • Special Projects as assigned.
  • Handle overflow items from other departments as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Military Veteran is highly preferred but not required.
  • Must have a positive attitude, be self-directed, goal oriented and career minded.
  • Aviation knowledge is a preferred but not required.
  • Experience working in the aerospace industry is preferred but not required.
  • Prior experience with working military veterans is highly preferred but not required.
  • Must have strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must have strong time management skills and the ability to multi-task.
  • Must have a sense of urgency.
  • Must be detail oriented.
  • Previous recruiting experience is preferred but not required.
  • Must be willing to work overtime (as requested).
  • Must have reliable transportation to and from the job site.
  • Must pass pre-employment background check.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.

Job Qualifications:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic – Avionics position requires a high school diploma or equivalent is required as well as at least six (6) months of acceptable mechanical experience or appropriate technical training. Candidates who have graduated from high school with a vocational diploma or other diploma that includes a minimum of six (6) units of study (2-3 years) in a major vocational field will be considered. The acceptable vocational fields are: automotive, sheet metal and electrical/electronics. To be considered based on high school vocational qualifications, candidates must provide copies of their high school transcripts listing courses, grades and credits. Basic understanding of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems is required. Candidates must pass job related tests which are designed to determine aptitudes and abilities to perform essential job functions. Tests are administered based on Delta’s protocol and procedures. While this is not a comprehensive list, some tests will cover the ability to read electronic schematics, identify electronic components, discuss electronic circuit operation, and operate analog and digital. Any certifications in EPA refrigerants or experience are preferred. This position requires the ability to read and write English and the ability to comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. This position also requires candidates meet the physical requirements which qualify a person to perform essential job functions including the ability to lift at least 70 pounds. As required by the FAA for all persons in safety-sensitive positions, candidates selected for this position are required to pass an extensive background check, drug test, and hearing test.

Why Choose LAUNCH?

A team of aviation staffing experts leads LAUNCH. We understand the challenges of finding the top aviation jobs and we focus on linking you with the best openings in the most sought-after locations.

LAUNCH provides you with a real benefits package, including access to company-sponsored medical/dental insurance and a 401k program with a company match. Plus, you join the LAUNCH Loyalty Club on your first day, earning you extra cash bonuses, apparel and safety rewards.

 

If you’re ready to LAUNCH your career, you’ve found an employer that can take you to new heights. 

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Process Engineer

Process Engineer

 

We are currently looking to hire a full time Process Engineer for our manufacturing facility in Addison, IL. We are looking to interview and have someone start ASAP. The position pays up to 70K to start.

 

Summary Responsible for taking complex engineering documents and creating easy to follow work instructions for operators.  Responsible for establishing and documenting best practices for assembly and repair processes.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

 

  • Develop, and optimize assembly and repair processes
  • Create work instructions based on engineering documentation, and process observations
  • Train operators in new processes
  • Audit processes to ensure they are followed
  • Support Manufacturing Engineers in their duties
  • Ensures personnel are following AS9100 Quality requirements.
  • Employee’s primary duties require him/her to use discretion and independent judgment.

 

Supervisory Responsibilities                                             

This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

 

Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Education and/or Experience                                            

Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university preferred in Manufacturing Engineering; or one to three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Language Skills                                           

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.  Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.  Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.

 

Reasoning Ability                                                    

Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions.

 

Computer Skills                                           

To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Database software along with Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point, and Solidworks

 

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

 

Other Skills and Abilities                                                    

Knowledge of assembly and machining standards.  Knowledge of industrial engineering practices.  Knowledge of design engineering process.  Knowledge of blue print reading.  Knowledge of industry specifications.

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Manufacturing Engineer

Machine Shop Manufacturing Engineer

 

We are currently looking to hire a full time machine shop manufacturing engineer for our manufacturing facility in Addison, IL. We are looking to interview and have someone start ASAP. The position pays up to 90K to start.

 

Summary Responsible for the establishment of production routers and BOM’s to support product builds.  Responsible for providing technical support to resolve issues in the shop area during the production process.  Responsible for productivity improvements, and automation implementation.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Provides support to assembly and shop for issues with material nonconformance’s.

  • Member of material Review Board (MRB) responsible for material dispositions.
  • Improving processes in a machine shop environment
  • Troubleshooting production issues
  • Develop automation, methods, special tooling & machine designs for the purpose of cost reduction, quality & process enhancement
  • Develops requirements for tooling and support equipment.
  • Being involved in capital expenditure discussions
  • Laying out the plant area as new machines come
  • Ensures personnel are following AS9100 Quality requirements.
  • Employee’s primary duties require him/her to use discretion and independent judgment.
  • Address any concerns from OSP providers
  • Understanding Customer and Engineering requirements and translating them into our processes
  • Prepare quotes for new parts and processes
  • Review drawings for manufacturability
  • Develop/Maintain Process routings

Supervisory Responsibilities                                             

This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

 

Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Education and/or Experience                                            

Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university preferred in Manufacturing/Industrial Engineering; or five to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Language Skills                                           

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.  Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.  Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.

 

Reasoning Ability                                                    

Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

 

Computer Skills                                           

To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Database software along with Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point, Solidworks, Mastercam

 

Other Skills and Abilities                                                    

Knowledge of machining standards.  Knowledge of industrial engineering practices.  Knowledge of design engineering process.  Knowledge of blue print reading.  Knowledge of aerospace industry specifications. Knowledge of special processes.  Knowledge of Mazatrol Conversational, and Mastercam G-Code programing.  Working knowledge of machine tools.

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Aircraft Support Mechanic II

Aviation Maintenance | United States Minnesota Minneapolis

Aircraft Support Mechanic II

 

LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Aircraft Support Mechanic for an opportunity in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Job Summary:

The Aircraft Support Mechanic (ASM) –  Avionics is part of the Component Maintenance team within TechOps.  In this role, you will perform or assist in the disassembly, cleaning, repair, assembly, and testing of aircraft components to help ensure safe, on-time departures of Delta’s fleet of aircraft and the fleet of other companies who have selected Delta as their maintenance provider.  You will be expected to utilize appropriate tools, chemicals, and equipment safely to effectively and efficiently accomplish shop/aircraft related functions. You will be required to learn all maintenance utility processes and functions within the shop and be willing to help out where necessary. This requires that you be a team player and actively participate in identifying process improvements and cost savings initiatives. To be selected for this position, you must have a working knowledge, understanding, and familiarization with approved manuals and procedures. In addition, you must have the knowledge of and ability to perform appropriate computer functions in order to provide documentation to ensure that maintenance records, parts tracking and costs are accurately recorded. You will be required to adhere to all Delta policies and standards. Please note this position is subject to 24/7 operations to include shift, weekend and holiday coverage. Safety is Delta’s number one priority; therefore, all Delta employees practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational process and procedures.