March 4, 2015
Columbus Municipal Airport has an open position for a Maintenance Intern
Position Title: Maintenance Intern
FLSA: Non-Exempt, Seasonal
Reports to: Maintenance Manager
Salary: $ 10.00/hr
Location: Columbus, Indiana
Performs a variety of unskilled work in the construction, maintenance, custodial, repair and restoration of airport buildings, facilities, systems and grounds; operates equipment, tools and machines related to the work. Under direct supervision by the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Intern is able to work independently on assigned tasks and as a crew member with a common goal. This is a part-time/seasonal position and does not include any benefits (such as health insurance, paid time off, etc.). This employee shall work no more than 1559 hours per year, as measured by the “Payroll Year” calculated by the Clerk-Treasurer’s Office.
• Maintains grounds; mows grass, rakes, and performs general landscaping maintenance.
• Performs minor preventive maintenance on air conditioning and heating units, roll-up doors, mechanical doors and gates, fencing and other equipment. Work includes replacing filters, greasing, etc.
• Performs plumbing work; repairs leaking faucets and pipes; unstops and repairs toilets; unstops drains; inspects grounds, repairs plumbing and irrigation problems as able; patches leaks in roof.
• Replaces light bulbs and tubes.
• Paints rooms, hallways, and ceilings; patches holes; primes area for painting.
• Performs custodial duties in various airport buildings including, but not limited to, light and heavy cleaning of public and non-public spaces, bathrooms, trash removal, vehicle and equipment detailing.
• Cares for and maintains equipment used.
• Interacts with the public to exchange and/or provide information.
• Moves office equipment including desks, files, books, etc. for airport offices.
• Collects and removes debris, trash and other waste from airport grounds.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.
Impact/Scope of Authority:
• Performs duties and functions as assigned by supervisor on a daily or weekly basis.
Material and Equipment Directly Used:
• Basic office equipment, hand and power tools, specialty tools, lawn care equipment, tractors and vehicles, two-way radio.
• High School diploma or GED.
• Previous experience performing routine building maintenance or,
• Any combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
• Priority will be given to individuals pursuing a degree in the Aviation industry.
• Must be able to work 40 hours a week
Licenses, Certifications and other requirements:
• Valid Indiana drivers’ license.
Mental and Physical Abilities:
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of individuals.
• Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
• Ability to maintain a courteous and helpful manner in dealing with the public.
• Ability to use common hand tools.
• Ability to identify occupational hazards and safety precautions.
• While performing the essential functions of the job, the employee is frequently required to walk, stand, climb or balance, stoop, kneel crouch or crawl; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; speak and hear, lift and/or move up to 50 pounds; and is occasionally required to sit, smell, lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
• Work is performed frequently in both outdoor and indoor environments. Outdoor environments include exposures to summer and winter temperatures.
• Work environment frequently involves exposure to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, and outdoor weather conditions.
• The employee’s working conditions are typically moderately loud and occasionally very loud.
• The employee may be required to work a schedule that rotates on a regular cycle and may include weekends, evenings and holidays. Employee must be able to work schedules as assigned, and must be available for call-out during emergencies, inclement weather or other critical events and to cover staff shortages due to vacations, sick calls, etc.
• The employee is required to wear an employer provided uniform and safety boots at all times.
This position is subject to the City’s Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace Program which includes: pre-employment testing, post-accident testing, reasonable suspicion testing, return-to-duty testing and follow-up testing.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
February 26, 2015
Region Flyers has open opportunities
Region Flyers in Valparaiso, IN is looking for full and part-time CFI's. Visit www.regionflyers.com for company information. Region Flyers is run by a Purdue Grad and preference is given to self-motivated, independent instructors. New CFI's welcome - no minimum Dual Given required.
February 26, 2015
International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading Foundation (ISTAT Foundation) and it’s Internship Program
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The ISTAT Foundation was founded to provide funds for scholarships, educational programs and grants to qualified individuals and institutions that promote the advancement of commercial aviation and humanitarianism.
Through its Internship Program, the ISTAT Foundation seeks to assist in the development and education of aviation focused college students with aspirations to become a professional within the industry. Acting as an intermediary, the ISTAT Internship Program helps in matching qualified students with internship opportunities at ISTAT member companies. Some of the benefits that selected students will receive include:
• Stipend to offset the students housing and or travel expenses.
• Real world, practical experience working for industry leading companies in the aviation finance, leasing, trading, manufacturing and repair sector.
• Career development
• Ability for the student to build a network of industry professionals
• Application of classroom knowledge in a work setting.
In terms of next steps I would ask you to download the program brochure at this link to distribute and then point any interested students to go to the ISTAT solicit interested students and have them go to the ISTAT Internship web portal to view the posted opportunities:
February 26, 2015
The Boston Consulting Group has open positions
**Full Time Career Opportunities**
In addition, we are actively looking for Advanced Degree Candidates pursuing a PhD, MD, JD, or Post-doc and will discuss the application process and details for full-time career opportunities in both 2015 and 2016 start dates. Also visit our on campus page for more information and how to apply: (Insert correct campus page). Applications for full-time positions are also being accepted until April 12, 2015.
We look forward to helping you along the recruiting path towards BCG. Please contact Nick Cormier with any questions at email@example.com.
February 26, 2015
Rolls-Royce is currently hiring OWC Flight Technician Level 1
OWC Flight Technician Level 1
Job Description: (Entry Level)
The flight technician is responsible for the disassembly, repair, re-assembly and visual inspection of Rolls-Royce gas turbine engine components and associated airframe components in a shop or field environment. Each technician is expected to perform his/her duties in a satisfactory manor while under direct supervision in a training status to be outlined by Management and Quality teams. Each technician will be jointly responsible for their career path and development toward future organization growth including leadership roles.
Minimum Job Responsibilities:
Train to disassemble, repair, and preserve engines, with potential to learn inspection and assembly at a basic level.
Operate equipment such as forklift, scissor lift, hoist, pneumatic and power hand tools, along with special engine tools.
Basic knowledge of operating precision tools and equipment to perform accurate dimensions and measurements.
• Various Torque wrenches.
• Depth Gauge
Comply with work scope instructions as directed by our Maintenance Operations Center and or your team lead.
Use basic troubleshooting logic along with applicable manuals to identify defects in component parts.
Learn to read and interpret technical documents such as blue prints, technical drawings.
FAA Airframe & Power Plant License
High School Diploma or equivalent
Have no allergic reaction to chemicals or materials used in performing related tasks.
Ability to lift engine components weighing up to approximately 50 pounds.
Ability to read, write, comprehend and speak English at the 12th grade level or better.
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
Ability to work any shift and overtime as needed.
Participation in an FAA Drug & Alcohol Abatement Program.
Ability to travel up 80% of the time domestically or internationally.
2+ year’s prior aviation experience.
Prior Rolls-Royce gas turbine engine experience.
Prior logistics such as shipping, receiving and inventory.
February 20, 2015
Envoy currently has 20 openings for A&P Mechanics