Join the Team at Heritage Aviation – We’re New England’s Top Rated FBO!
Heritage Aviation is a 100% Employee-Owned Certified B-Corporation aviation services company that provides Maintenance, Avionics and Fixed Base Operations from Burlington International Airport. For over thirty years our Diamond Award winning FAA-certified repair station has provided the region with outstanding aircraft maintenance and avionics support. Our nationally recognized FBO division is famous for its customer service while offering 24/7 ground handling, fueling, deicing and related aviation support capabilities. Heritage Aviation is setting the standard in aviation by hiring the most talented, qualified, and exceptional individuals to be a part of our team.
A career at a 100% Employee-Owned Vermont Certified B Corporation is much more than a paycheck! In addition to our competitive wages and employee stock plan, there are many additional benefits that are included in our Total Compensation Package.
OUR CURRENT OPENINGS
Line Service Technician
A line service technician is responsible for providing efficient service for all internal and external customers by using excellent, in-depth knowledge of company procedures and proper ground handling of aircraft as well as communicating effectively with customers, pilots, and team members. Secondary emphasis is placed on the hangar facility and line equipment upkeep.
Aircraft Maintenance Technician
A licensed aircraft and powerplant (A&P) mechanic maintains the airframe and engines of aircrafts to meet FAA standards. This job involves tasks such as performing routine checks and repairs, keeping records of inventory, and identifying faults with components of piston and turbine planes. A&P mechanics should have strong mechanical abilities and knowledge, be incredibly detail-oriented and thorough, and be skilled at working with complex information and equipment.
Customer Service Representative
A Customer Service Representative is responsible for providing effective customer service for all internal and external customers by using excellent, in-depth knowledge of company products and programs as well as communicating effectively with customers, pilots, and team members within the customer service department.
Aircraft Avionics Technician
An Aircraft Avionics Technician installs, tests, maintains, and repairs aircraft electronic instruments including inspections. General aviation aircraft and the latest avionics knowledge from manufacturers such as Garmin, Aspen, and Bendix/King including Nav/Com, GPS, and Autopilot systems. Attention to detail and a strong working knowledge of advanced electronics and systems diagnostics.