A and P Mechanic

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • 25-45 USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • Salary: 25-45

Website Permanent Equity

Permanent Equity invests in private companies deliberately built for long-term success. We commit for the long-haul with 30-year funds, no intention of selling, and rarely use debt.

Company: Air-Cert, LLC
Position: A&P Mechanic
Location: Chatsworth, CA
Reporting to: Dave LaVallette, VP of Air-Cert

The Company
Since they were founded in 1959, Air-Cert & Pacific Air Industries have been working together to deliver creative part and repair solutions for their military, cargo, and commercial customers Air-Cert is an FAA 145 Repair Shop with unlimited ratings for Class 1 and 2 airframe parts and limited ratings for landing gear. In other words, we repair airplane parts so that our top-tier customers can get their planes back in the air. Our repairs are accepted by every major Carrier and OEM. Pacific Air is an ASA 100 distribution business focused on providing inventory off the shelf, with 300k+ parts positioned strategically near LAX. They are also approved far and wide. Together, they offer customers a vast array of solutions to find and repair parts to keep planes flying for our 1,000+ customers.

Permanent Equity is a very long-term investment firm that invested in 2019, focused on building upon our 60+ year legacy. With their support and encouragement, we have invested in our team and even grown our headcount during the COVID decline. We have also invested heavily in technology, equipment, and inventory. As seen in our recent business results, these investments have put us in a pole position coming into the COVID recovery. Now, we are looking to build upon this momentum, especially within the Air-Cert Operations.

The Opportunity
Air-Cert, LLC. is seeking a full-time A&P Mechanic with accuracy, analytical skills, and attention to detail. Functions may include: disassembling, cleaning, detail inspections, painting, assembling, testing of components, and general maintenance on hydraulic test stands. Candidates should be dependable, reliable, have basic computer skills, good organization skills, attention to detail, and the ability to multitask.

Work Schedule: Monday- Friday 7 am – 4:00 pm

Key Activities
Perform complete tear-downs, inspections, assembly, and testing of mechanical and hydraulic components.
Must be capable of fully understanding overhaul manuals, service bulletins, A.D’s and manufacturer’s drawings.
Strive to maintain high quality through continuous improvement in the quality of work.
2+ years experience in aviation maintenance
Current FAA Airframe and Powerplant certification (preferred-not required)
Attention to detail
Good problem-solving skills
Ability to meet our on-time delivery requirements
Must be able to speak, read, and write in English
Must be able to demonstrate authorization to work in the US
Must have transportation to and from work
Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs
Relocation Assistance
Generous Healthcare subsidy
Generous 401k match
Vacation & Sick time
$25 – $45 an hour