With the colder weather approaching, it’s a good idea to start thinking about having the right gear for the cold. For me, that means digging my hat out of the closet and buying a new set of work gloves.
Mechanix makes many different types of gloves, but I have found for working on aircraft, the Original .5mm High Dexterity gloves tend to be best. While these gloves will not provide a ton of protection from the cold, it does provide enough protection for most situations. The trade off is that they are extremely flexible so it doesn’t feel like your are wearing a heavy glove.
If you have spent any time searching for a job as an aircraft mechanic, you may have found it to be a frustrating task. This is further complicated for new mechanics since they typically
Aircraft Mechanic Resumes don’t have to be complicated
do not have the experience that most employers are looking for. This frustration can lead to make people believe that perhaps their resume is to blame. This is true especially if your resume is not even getting any calls for interviews.
Fort Worth, Texas – JSfirm.com manager Jeff Richards reports a record-setting second quarter.
“There was a 61-percent increase in the number of aviation jobs being advertised on JSfirm.com during April, May and June of this year, compared to the same period in 2011,” says Richards. “In fact, this was the busiest second quarter for job advertisements in our 13-year history. The two main reasons are the recovering economy and hiring companies are coming back to niche aviation sites from expensive ‘cost-per-click’ sites.
Interested in attending one of many aircraft mechanic schools located throughout the country? If you are but a little short on cash, this post is for you! Aircraft mechanic school, or A&P school as we like to call it, is not cheap. Some schools cost a small fortune. Not all aircraft mechanic schools are the same in terms of cost however, so it may be wise to do a through search before committing to any one school.
Get ready to have one of those “why didn’t I think of that moments”. Meet the C.A.M, or Canopy for Aircraft Maintenance. Working in the sun not only poses risks of heat related industry, but it also puts a hamper on productivity.
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A&A industries have been hard at work creating these mobile canopies built especially with the aircraft mechanic in mind. Their product is called the C.A.M, or Canopy for Aircraft Maintenance. The C.A.M is a solution for those remote locations or even on the flight line where temporary shelter is needed.