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Start on a Bright Career Path

Are you currently one of the below? If so, we want you! Find out about available career paths on this page and apply today.

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Automotive Mechanic/
Technician
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Diesel Mechanic/
Technician
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Stationary Equipment/
Technician

No experience? That’s okay! If you have the desire to work a fast-paced job that has great benefits, find out more about available career paths below.

WhyJoinUs CareerPaths CTA Global Aviation

What is a GSE Mechanic?

Ground Support Equipment (GSE) mechanics are a special group of men and women who enjoy a fast-paced, hands-on work environment with challenging tasks that vary from day-to-day. One day could be painting or welding passenger stairs and the next day could be installing an engine, prepping a de-ice truck, or fixing a baggage tractor.
Why Become a GSE Mechanic

Defined Career Paths at Global Aviation

Unlike other industries or employers, Global Aviation, now operating as PrimeFlight GSE Maintenance, has defined career paths for their GSE mechanic employees, many of whom advance quickly.

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GSE Mechanic Assistant

  • Former Experience: 0-2 Years Experience
  • Role/Responsibility: On-the-job training while assisting mechanics in performing routine maintenance on vehicles and equipment
Start or Advance to Here

Junior GSE Mechanic

  • Former Experience: 0-3 Years
  • Certification Considered: A1-A9
  • Role/Responsibility: Assisting other mechanics and performing routine service and maintenance on vehicles and equipment
Move to Level II

GSE Mechanic

  • Former Experience: 3-6 Years
  • Education Considered: AAS Degree in Automotive/Diesel Technology
    Certification Considered: A1-A9 and/or T1-T8
  • Role/Responsibility:
    • Repairing and replacing major parts or systems on vehicles or equipment
    • Mentoring others
Move to Level III

Senior GSE Mechanic

  • Former Experience: 6-10+ Years
  • Education Considered: AAS Degree in Automotive/Diesel Technology
  • Certification Considered: A1-A9, T1-T8, L1-L3
  • Role/Responsibility:
    • Performing major overhauls of engines or repairing difficult and complex problems on vehicles or equipment
    • Leading a team of mechanics to troubleshoot and diagnose
Move to Level IV

Shop Lead

  • Former Experience: 6-10+ Years; 1-3 Years Leadership or Proven Skills
  • Education Considered: AAS Degree in Automotive/Diesel Technology
  • Certification Considered: A1-A9, T1-T8, L1-L4
  • Role/Responsibility:
    • Performing major overhauls of engines or repairing difficult and complex problems on vehicles or equipment
    • Leading a team of mechanics to troubleshoot and diagnose
    • Supervising a small group of employees
    • Filling in for the supervisor or complete oversight of shop

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