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Job Openings for Auto Techs - January 22, 2010, 02:43 PM

I will be looking for two Technicians in the next couple weeks.

Knowledge of diesel is a must and Natural gas is a plus.


You would be working on Ground Support Equipment at Dullas airport so you must be able to pass a back ground check in order to apply.

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Knowledge of diesel is a must and Natural gas is a plus. You would be working on Ground Support Equipment at Dulles airport so you must be able to pass a back ground check in order to apply.
Since it's ground support equipment is there a lot of electrics and hydraulics involved also? Would this just be vehicles or other aviation support equipment such as lift trucks, tugs and power carts, ect?


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i wish i didnt have school. thats a dream job. when i was a kid, before i movie to this county i use to convert old Morris minors in to natural gas.


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Since it's ground support equipment is there a lot of electrics and hydraulics involved also? Would this just be vehicles or other aviation support equipment such as lift trucks, tugs and power carts, ect?
There is a good amount of electrics also and a little hydraulics. But the most of it is in diesel. We work on the AC units,tugs,belt loaders,pushers,air starts and some other stuff.





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I am still looking for applicants. I need somebody that is willing to work and get paid for that work. If you or somebody you know has experience working on electric GSE vehicles please send me a resume.





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