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Aviation Mechanic - Tom Wood Aviation

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Tom Wood Aviation


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Indy's growing premier aircraft maintenance facility located at Tom Wood Aviation is currently looking to add a new Licensed Aviation Mechanic to service and inspect various aircraft alongside the professional "Top Quality Concept" crew.


Tom Wood Aviation is proud to be a FAR part 141 flight school (#1TWS915M), and FAR part 145 maintenance facility (#1TWR915M), a Cessna service center, a Cessna pilot center and a Cessna sales center in Indianapolis, IN.



We value our employees' time and efforts. Our commitment to your success is enhanced by an extensive benefits package including paid time off, paid vacation, holidays, medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance, and company matching 401(k), Employee Assistance, Tuition Reimbursement, Company Paid Training and future growth opportunities within the company.


Our commitment to safety and service has made Tom Wood Aviation one of the most well respected aviation service providers in the Midwest.


Join a great team - please submit your resume, application, and disclosure form online (via computer) today!   Job #2018-2002


For more information, visit our homepage.

Contact:  Deb Satinsky Direct: (317) 688-6237 or Cell: (317) 922-7615 (text available)


Responsibilities include the following. Other duties as assigned by the Chief Inspector or the Repair Station Manager;

  • Perform maintenance, repairs, and troubleshooting on various makes and models of general aviation aircraft.
  • Perform 100hr and annual inspections. Inspectors are responsible for the research of airworthiness directives and service bulletins to determine applicability to the aircraft or components.
  • Complete all work and required sign-offs in accordance with applicable FAA regulations.
  • Release aircraft back to service after maintenance or inspections
  • Identify and report any unusual malfunctions to Chief Inspector
  • Properly perform all assigned inspections and document findings on the required forms used by the repair station.
  • Determine air worthiness of aircraft and articles by the use of visual inspections and using appropriate means such as mechanical or visual inspection aids.
  • Understand the methods, techniques, and equipment used to determine the airworthiness of the aircraft or article being inspected or repaired.







  • High School or Equivalent
  • Must have FAA A&P License 
  • Valid Driver License
  • Two years plus experience in general aviation 


Offers of employment are contingent upon successfully passing a background screening including a criminal background check, a review of motor vehicle records, verification of social security number, and passing a drug test at a certified testing facility.       EEOC - Drug and Tobacco Free Campus


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