Who We Are

Airframe and powerplant repair and maintenance of piston general aviation airplanes and helicopters.  Our Mx team maintains a fleet of 31 aircraft, and acts as primary maintenance support a majority of the rest of the airport.

We are team of quality, good natured people with a great team energy, #1 in our market, rapid growth, supporting an active and engaged pilot community.

Opportunities to participate in pilot training and club events.  If you are good, and want to be great, join our team.


Principal Duties Include, But Are Not Limited To:

  • Inspection, maintenance, and repair of airframes and powerplants in accordance with company policies, company service manuals, manufacturer’s manuals, and FAA directives
  • Record all work performed and assume responsibility for that work as indicated by his/her signature or initials
  • Complete all paperwork entries in a clean, net, and legible manner
  • Maintain constant alertness for defective, worn or failed parts as well as safe working condition.
  • Care and policing of his/her work area and/or company tools and equipment.
  • All tasks as assigned by supervisor
  • When directed, attend any maintenance training classes as assigned by supervisor


General Qualifications

  • Hold a valid Airframe and Powerplant mechanic certificate
  • Fluent in English
  • Good people skills for dealing with pilots
  • Able to work independently or closely with other team members when as needed.
  • Commitment to quality
  • Attention to detail
  • Must complete a DOT/FAA pre-employment drug screen and a DOT/FAA compliant background check
  • Able to clearly communicate with customers and co-workers
  • Able to stand, bend, and reach
  • Experience with small piston GA aircraft, including Cessna, Piper
  • Ability and desire to learn


Research our company and send us your resume if you think you're the right mechanic for us. Please feel free to send us a cover letter or a brief description of why you desire this job.




We are in need of an A&P certified mechanic for our general aviation shop. This is a full-time position. You must hold an FAA issued certified for this position.


Experienced preferred, but primarily looking for the right person to fit into our team. References will be required. You will need to have a professional attitude and be eager to help the team succeed. Tools are preferred, but not required. We have a company tool box to work from.


You will also have to pass a Pre-Employment Drug and Alcohol Test and will also be entered into a random pool for screening.


If you need any additional information, include that in your email when you send in your cover letter and resume.