Aircraft Mechanic ($10k Sign-On Bonus)
At Hawaiian Airlines, we are all about welcoming our guests with Hawaiian hospitality and aloha, and taking care of our people, our home, and the communities we serve. Join our ‘ohana and be a part of an exciting team of professionals dedicated to serving our kama‘āina and introducing our islands to the world!
Join our Maintenance team and receive a $10,000 Bonus! Receive a $10,000 sign on bonus when you’re hired as an Aircraft Mechanic at our Seattle station.
This position is located in Seattle, WA.
Aircraft Mechanic Duties:
- Is responsible for accomplishing assigned maintenance, preventative maintenance and repair work on Hawaiian Airlines aircraft(s)
- Makes certain that all safety and accident prevention measures are adhered to and corrective action taken as warranted
- Inspects parts, sub-assemblies and completed assemblies only to the extent necessary to determine, accomplish and approve own work
- Responsible for the repairing, servicing and maintenance of aircraft systems, powerplants, airframes, avionics and components
- Performs machine tool work in connection with the above mechanic maintenance work
- Accountable for production and assistance in interpretation and resolution of aircraft discrepancies
- Initiate, execute and sign forms, tags and other paperwork in accordance with the appropriate maintenance manuals. Review all paperwork for completeness and signatures. Release aircraft for service in accordance with Hawaiian Airlines maintenance logbook procedures
- Shall be required to return an aircraft to service after maintenance had been performed as allowed by the GMM and the privileges of the FAA Airframe and Powerplant license
- Accountable for the general upkeep of ground equipment in support of all maintenance activities assigned to them
- Accountable for proper use and maintenance of equipment that’s used to service, maintain and repair aircraft
Pay and Benefits
- Wage Scale: The pay rate for this position is $35.18/hr which includes the A&P license premiums and skill pay.
- Insurance: Medical insurance including drug & vision and dental insurance.
- Retirement: 401(k) Retirement plan with Company contribution and Company match available.
- PTO/Vacation: As of January 1 of each year, each employee who has less than 1 year of continuous service with the Company will become eligible for a vacation period with pay, computed to the nearest hour, on the basis of 1/12 of the annual vacation allowance for each complete calendar month of service. After 1 year, employee will become eligible for 80 hours to bid for following year for vacation.
- Other Compensation: Eligible for performance bonus and profit bonus programs (details are outlined in the Collective Bargaining Agreement).
Successful candidates will also be eligible for a generous relocation assistance program.
- Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to obtain a ramp license
- Must be able to lift 25lbs. frequently and up to 70lbs. as needed
- Must have own tools
- Must possess sufficient experience and/or training to perform above duties
- Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
- Previous aircraft maintenance experience preferred
- Must be able to become qualified to perform engine run and taxi on Hawaiian Airlines aircraft
- Must be able to become qualified on Hawaiian Airlines aircraft
**Hawaiian Airlines is regulated by the Department of Transportation (DOT – regulation, 49 CFR part 40) and all applicants are advised that post-offer and/or pre-employment drug testing will be conducted to determine the presence of Marijuana, Cocaine, Opioids, PCP (Phencyclidine), and Amphetamine prior to any offer of employment or transfer into a safety-sensitive position. Failure to submit to testing or positive indications of drug use will render the applicant ineligible for employment with Hawaiian Airlines and any employment offer will be withdrawn.
*** In addition to routine employment eligibility verification, U.S.-based airlines must gather information to validate country of citizenship and country of birth. Upon hire, you must provide documentation proving your current country of citizenship and birthplace.
About Hawaiian Airlines
Now in its 94th year of continuous service, Hawaiian is Hawaiʻi’s biggest and longest-serving airline. Hawaiian offers approximately 150 daily flights within the Hawaiian Islands, and nonstop flights between Hawaiʻi and 15 U.S. gateway cities – more than any other airline – as well as service connecting Honolulu and American Samoa, Australia, Cook Islands, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Tahiti.
Consumer surveys by Condé Nast Traveler and TripAdvisor have placed Hawaiian among the top of all domestic airlines serving Hawaiʻi. In 2022, the carrier topped Travel + Leisure’s 2022 World’s Best list as the No. 1 U.S. airline and was named Hawaiʻi’s best employer by Forbes. Hawaiian® led all U.S. carriers in on-time performance for 18 consecutive years (2004-2021) as reported by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The airline is committed to connecting people with aloha by offering complimentary meals for all guests on transpacific routes and the convenience of no change fees on Main Cabin and Premium Cabin seats. HawaiianMiles members also enjoy flexibility with miles that never expire. As Hawai‘i’s hometown airline, Hawaiian encourages guests to Travel Pono and experience the islands safely and respectfully.
Hawaiian Airlines, Inc. is a subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: HA). Additional information is available at HawaiianAirlines.com. Follow Hawaiian’s Twitter updates (@HawaiianAir), become a fan on Facebook (Hawaiian Airlines), and follow us on Instagram (hawaiianairlines). For career postings and updates, follow Hawaiian’s LinkedIn page.
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Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)