Aircraft Maintenance Technician
Washington Corporations is seeking an experienced Aircraft Maintenance Technician to join our talented team. The Aircraft Maintenance Technician plans and coordinates daily activities to maximize efficiency and accuracy, carries out assigned maintenance duties in accordance with proper procedures, methods, practices and techniques.
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Working at Washington Corporations
Washington Corporations, headquartered in Missoula, Montana, provides central and administrative shared services to the Washington Companies. The company employs professionals in information technology, tax management, human resources, legal services, accounting, business development, communications, real estate management, aviation, travel, facilities, and hospitality.
Washington Corporations provides a competitive compensation package based on the skills and experience of the selected candidate. This salary package will include full participation in Washington Corporations benefits programs including 401K, health benefits, wellness, and scholarship opportunities for immediate family members.
Get to Know Missoula, Montana
Missoula is located in the Northern Rockies of Montana, surrounded by seven wilderness areas and at the confluence of three rivers, Missoula is know for its many outdoor activites such as kayaking, rafting, tubing or paddleboarding through downtown on the Clark Fork river. There are over 60,000 acres of wilderness minutes from town if you like to hike, bike or run. In the winter months there are several options to get out and hit the slopes, either in the backcountry or at the resort.
Consistently ranked one of the country’s top places to live, Missoula balances over 400 acres of city parkland with a wealth of local artists and writers, making it a paradise for art and nature lovers alike. The city of 70,000 hosts a wealth of local restaurants, cafes, coffee houses and local shops and is home to the University of Montana which attracts athletes and researchers from around the country to the northern Rockies.