Cincinnati, OH


Cincinnati, Ohio

Shift: 2nd Shift with 10% Shift Differential

Build an Aviation Career You’re Proud Of

Build your career with integrity by working at a company that doesn’t just treat you like a number. You’ll get the tools to do things right in a clean and safe work environment and the trust to fix any issue that comes your way. Our on-the-job training and team of experts mean you’ll be set up for success.

Take charge of our day-to-day operations, so we remain the trusted source for aviation repair and maintenance. Work with your team to implement the right processes and practices across our organization to help ensure flight and product efficiency.

As a Mechanic, you’ll repair engine components

What you’ll do:

  • Sets up and operates a variety of hand tools such as hammers, files, dremels, vibro-peen tools, drills, presses, low temperature ovens, pullers and hand grinders to perform various operations such as blending, chasing threads, deburring, angle checking, coldworking metals, masking, and braze application.
  • Fits and assembles machined metal parts and sub-assemblies using hand and power tools.
  • Complete check in process – reviewing documentation
  • Identifying the status of the engine component and determine if any outstanding modification or airworthiness directive need to be incorporated
  • De-stack/disassemble engine components and/or accessories
  • Record and take measurements while dismantling, document with pictures as required
  • Prepare parts to get cleaned and repaired, clean parts as required
  • Balance as required
  • Inspects the parts determining if they are able to be repaired or replaced
  • Route repairable parts to appropriate area
  • Place order for parts required
  • Ensures all parts required are ready and available for assembly of the engine or component
  • Assemble engine components and/or assemblies
  • Final release process – checking product for compliance
  • Uses  manuals and technical specifications to determine proper operating conditions
  • Reads technical specifications to identify product discrepancies and deficiencies
  • Verifying the conformance of parts to manuals and technical data

Position Requirements

  • Mechanical and/or aviation experience/aptitude preferred
  • Ability to read, understand and interpret blueprints.
  • Working knowledge of precision measuring instruments.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds (unassisted) for approximately 25% of the average work day.
  • High School Diploma or Equivalent

Mechanic I 

  • Routine induction/ dismantle of engines components
  • Thorough Inspection of basic parts
  • Understanding of parts and when they need to be fixed or replaced
  • Kit and assemble engine components
  • Read and understand manuals and technical data, knowledge to find and follow instructions

Benefits that make life better:

  • Comprehensive Healthcare
  • 401(k) with 100% company match; up to 5% vested
  • Paid Time Off starting on day one
  • Bonus opportunities
  • Health- & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Short- & Long-Term Disability
  • Life & AD&D Insurance
  • Learning & Training opportunities

Raising the Standard of Excellence since 1911

With over a century of proven excellence, StandardAero has become an industry leader in MRO services and customized solutions in the aerospace field. Our shared values and learning-based culture inspire our team to exceed their potential and power our customers’ missions worldwide. With on-the-job training, advancement opportunities, and excellent benefits, StandardAero invites you to experience a fulfilling and meaningful career with us.

Inclusivity Is Our Standard

StandardAero offers equal employment opportunities for all. Our supportive environment celebrates diversity with no room for harassment or discrimination of any kind. We invite you to bring your authentic self to our team and experience our welcoming culture.