Aviation Maintenance Technicians are essential to keeping our rotors turning, and what’s not to love about getting your hands on some of the fascinating machines ever built?

From daily maintenance to routine inspections, technicians ensure our aircraft are as safe as possible and ready to fly.  People’s lives depend on the skill and thoroughness of aircraft mechanics, and that responsibility makes this career even more rewarding.


What it takes

Technician Qualifications

At Metro, we hire the best of the best.  Our qualifications are extensive, and our interview process is thorough.  For those that have the necessary hours and desire something that offers more, Metro just may be the place for you.

Rotor Wing and Fixed Wing


Three years experience working with turbine-powered rotor or fixed wing experience


Current FAA Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic Certificate, Inspection Authorization is a plus


Prefer two years of specific model aircraft experience


Honesty, integrity and a commitment to maintaining safe, compliant aircraft


Sound judgement and objectivity in decision making


Strong electrical and avionics troubleshooting ability


Requires the ability to work days, nights, weekends and on-call during the month


Computer skills to include Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel)


Mark Breton, Director of Maintenance, chose Metro for its strong commitment to safety.

What will your “why” be?