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Role Summary: The On Wing Support Tech will provide quick-turn aircraft engine maintenance and repair services. In this role, you will provide engine troubleshooting, line maintenance and module level maintenance while developing positive relationships with customers through outstanding customer awareness.
Take ownership for and follow through on full scope of work tasks and projects
Inform and Focus the needs of customers
Build customer relationships through good communication skills and understanding of customer perspectives
Minimum 2 years of experience in repair of Military or Commercial Aircraft or Engine
Eligibility Requirements : Korea (Issued by Transportation Safety Authority) or US (FAA) Airframe and Power plant Mechanic (A&P) license
Ability to work night shift, as required
Approach work with a “can-do” attitude and a sense of commitment to both team and customer objectives
Strong communication skills and problem solving ability are a must
Possess a desire to learn and grow with advances in technology
CF34, CFM56, LEAP, CF6, GE90 and GEnx experience
Line maintenance, module removal & installation, module disassembly & assembly or LRU removals and installations
Borescope Inspection Experience in repair of Military or Commercial engines
Machining or Welding Experience in repair of Commercial Aircraft or engines
Demonstrated quality, compliance and customer satisfaction skills
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