Stationary Equipment Technician (MN)
What does the job involve?
Stationary Equipment Technicians perform all routine and non-routine maintenance on passenger loading bridges, baggage conveyor systems for customers in the commercial airline industry.
Stationary Equipment Technicians are responsible for ensuring passenger loading bridges interior, exterior and console are fully operational in support of daily requirements. This is accomplished by maintaining the interior and exterior as well as troubleshooting and repairing mechanical, electrical and controls related issues. Maintains electrical circuits and components of electrical systems up to 480 volts.
The technician is also responsible for Baggage Conveyor Systems including routine and non-routine maintenance on gearboxes, bearings and shafts, roller replacements, belt re-lacing and belts replacements. Staff baggage handling system (BHS) control rooms as well as reconciling bag jams to keep BHS flowing.
Perform small component repair and build-up of non-specialized components on specialized equipment. The components are but not limited to air conditioning hoses and couplers, potable water cabinets, and machine guards. The Technician updates paper and electronic records in connection with maintenance performed.
What does a career at Global Aviation look like?
Your daily activity will depend on your level of skill, experience, and willingness. When you first start out, don’t expect to be on difficult troubleshooting tasks, as you’re more likely to be doing more of the routine maintenance. Of course, the longer you do the job, the more work you’ll be able to do and the more responsibility you’ll be given until you become (if it’s your desire) a Team Leader, Shop Supervisor, or Manager. In a supervisory role, organize, prioritize and delegate work, hire the right mechanics, and communicate regularly with the customers.
Global offers competitive pay and a benefits package that is valued at a $5.39 per hour on top of an hourly wage.
To work at Global Aviation you must have or be able to:
- High School Diploma or equivalent (GED)
- Pass background and drug test
- Valid driver’s license and pass a Motor Vehicle Record check
- Must be authorized to work in the United States
- Work in a garage or outside on shop grounds or elsewhere on the airfield
- Must be willing to work weekends, holidays and additional shifts as assigned
Want to know more about Global?
Global Aviation Services, LLC was established in 2007 to meet the growing industry demand for an aviation ground support equipment, fleet, and facilities maintenance service provider who was committed to customer service performed at the highest integrity and at a fair price. Today, GAS is one of the fastest growing maintenance service providers in North America with shops in 80+ airports, employing 320+ skilled GSE Mechanics.
Global Aviation is a provider Ground Support Equipment Maintenance for the Commercial and Cargo airline industries – customers on the commercial side include Delta, American Airlines, United, etc. and the catering truck side of the airline industry for LSG Sky chef, Gate Gourmet, etc. Cargo industries include UPS, FedEx, etc. These customers contract us to provide the maintenance support on their equipment.
Global Aviation Services, LLC is an equal opportunity and proud employer of employees from diverse backgrounds.
All qualified applications will receive equal consideration for open positions. No employee or applicant for employment will be discriminated against because of their status as a veteran, minority, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other legally protected status in any position for which the employee or applicant for employment is qualified and is able to perform.