Aircraft Mechanic I - A&P

locationOklahoma City, OK, USA
PublishedPublished: Published 3 weeks ago
ExpiresExpires: Expiring in 1 month
Technical and engineering

Aircraft type

Boeing| B737 NG| B737 MAX| ERJ170 - 190

Areas of operation

United States

AAR is the place of choice to build an inspiring career. 


AAR is seeking aircraft maintenance technicians (AMT). The A&P Technician I is ideal for experienced A&P maintenance professionals and veterans who have their FAA Airframe certification along with 5+ years of aviation maintenance experience.  

WORK LOCATION: Onsite at AAR (at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, OK.) 

SCHEDULE (Full-Time/non-exempt and variable, 40 – 50-hour workweek) 

Supervisor determines shift/days required, but we can discuss in interview process. Typically, more flexible candidates will be preferred. 

1st Shift: 7:30am to 4:00pm or 5:30am to 4:00pm 

2nd Shift: 3:30pm to 12:00am or 3:30pm to 2:00am  


Able to perform heavy maintenance tasks with little supervision 

Perform flight control and engine throttle rigging 

Perform aircraft maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting tasks 

Ensure aircraft are safely maintained in accordance with the Airworthiness Standards 

Use FAA approved/accepted data (i.e., IPC, M/M, OHM, SRM) proficiently 

Maintain records in compliance with FAA and company requirements 

Perform airframe repairs as assigned while meeting deadlines and quality standards 

Read and follow technical publications, schematics, and/or mechanical drawings 

Use a PC, iPad and basic computer applications and programs 

Adherence to work schedule, punctuality, and self-motivation  

Additional job-related duties as assigned by supervisor or management  



Must be at least 18 years of age 

High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required 

5+ years aviation maintenance experience 

FAA Airframe certification 

Strong mechanical aptitude and attention to detail are crucial 

Able to skillfully use the minimum tools required 

Knowledge of FAA regulations including 14 CFR  

Fluent in English (speech, reading, writing) 


Powerplant license (A&P)  

Valid Driver’s License  


Competitive Compensation (bi-weekly) 

Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance 

Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) 

Disability and Life Insurance 

401(k) with match 

Paid Time Off, Holidays, and Floating Holiday 

Tuition Reimbursement

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 

Free 24/7 on-site gym 


In-Person, Computer Based Training, and On-the-Job training 


Constantly: Lifting 10 lbs., standing, walking, wrist flexion and extension, environmental weather conditions.  

Frequently: Lifting ≤40 lbs., push/pull <20 lbs., climbing stairs, balancing, stooping, squatting, crawling, kneeling for extended periods, working in confined spaces. Working above chest-level, overhead, and away from body for extended periods. Bending, twisting of torso, twisting and/or pressure with wrist/hands, fine finger usage, moderate vibrations up to 2 hrs. to high vibrations up to 30 mins. Vision with/without correction; near <20”, far >20’, and basic depth perception (shapes). Working at elevated heights ≥4’, working on ladders, scaffolding, uneven surfaces, and energized parts.  

Occasionally: Lifting and/or carry ≤50 lbs., sitting, basic color vision, operation of motorized or electrical equipment, push/pull <50 lbs., work in wet conditions. 


Employment will be contingent on clearing a DOT drug screen, physical, background check, 3-year employment verification, 2-year DOT verification, and education verification. These screening requirements must clear prior to the start date.  

Candidate must possess U.S. work authorization and pass E-Verify within 3 business days of start date. 

Must qualify for a Will Rogers World Airport badge within 30 days from start date. 

Required languages

  • English

Required skills

  • A&P