LGSTX Services

Equipment Maintenance Mechanic I - Cincinnati, OH 2nd shift

Position: Equipment Maintenance Mechanic I - CVG Pay:  Commensurate with experience
Employee Type: Full-Time Required Education: HS Diploma/GED
Shift:  2nd shift (4 10hr shifts per week)  

Location:  Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

Who we are:

We are seeking hardworking, experienced, dedicated team players to join our team of professionals in the repair of aviation ground support equipment (GSE). This diverse group of vehicles includes forklifts, k-loaders, generators, and other equipment that are gas and/or diesel powered. WE OFFER competitive pay, plus great benefits and a culture that engages our employees and encourages them to be an active participant in shaping our company.

What you will do:
This position performs as a skilled mechanic in the inspection, maintenance, repair and overhaul of all Ground Support Equipment (powered and non-powered). May be required to assist with facility or property equipment as directed by Management. GSE Mechanic I will provide guidance and serves as a mentor to less experienced mechanics. In addition, they will inspect and oversee all work performed in absence of Supervisor and maintain excellent communication with all levels of the organization. Must be willing work flexible shifts, accept indoor and outdoor work assignments and be subject to overtime. GSE Mechanic I will practice safety conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures; work independently without reliance on others for instruction and guidance; complete all maintenance/repair documentation consistent with carrier, station, airport authority, municipal, state and federal requirements; respond to emergency service calls as well as accidents involving ground support equipment.

What you need:
Must have high school diploma or G.E.D; possess the ability to use the English language to communicate (both verbally and in writing) accurately and concisely on technical matters to external and internal customers; read and interpret blueprints, mechanical drawings, electrical schematics and hydraulic diagrams; have a valid Driver’s License; verifiable five (5) years vehicle shop maintenance work; basic arc and/or mig and acetylene welding, troubleshooting and repair gas and diesel engines, automatic/manual transmissions and drive trains, hydraulic systems, battery operated equipment and related components; ability to change light and heavy duty tires and wheels; work independently in non-supervised position. Must have basic computer skills; have a complete set of mechanics tools appropriate for vehicle maintenance and repair (company will provide specialized tools); ability to stoop, bend, manipulate tools in small spaces; perform work at heights; ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds.