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In Bush Alaska, Grant Aviation continues to lead competitors in both wages and benefits. Highlights include:
- We provide housing, as well as transportation to and from work.
- Promotions are based on seniority and merit.
Grant Aviation is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Applicants must be motivated and have a minimum of:
- 1,500 hours of total time
- 250 hours of Alaska time or equivalent
- 500 multi-engine hours (PIC Navajo)
Interested applicants should fax their resume to (907) 248-7076 Attn: Tyler Dunlap, Chief Pilot, or email their resume to email@example.com.
A&P Mechanics (now hiring)
Grant Aviation is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Licensed Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic located in Anchorage Alaska. Click here for details.
Avionics Technician (now hiring)
Grant Aviation is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Avionics Technician located in Anchorage Alaska. Click here for details.
Maintenance Controller (now hiring)
Grant Aviation is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Maintenance Controller(s) located in Anchorage Alaska at our Maintenance Control communications center. Click here for details.
All new pilots and mechanics must pass a thorough background check, as well as alcohol and drug tests for five controlled substances (PCP, cocaine, amphetamines, marijuana and opiates) prior to employment.
All applicants must also be able to account for the most recent 10 years employment and location history. In addition, a criminal records check and possible FBI fingerprint-based criminal history records check may be administered. Must be available for shift work.