Our dedicated mechanics are a vital component of our ground crew, ensuring the airworthiness of our planes on a daily basis. It takes precision, patience, and a commitment to safety. If you’re up for the challenge, we want you to join our team.
Envoy maintenance bases are located throughout the United States:
Candidates may apply to one or more desired locations and may be eligible for relocation assistance.
Avoid the high cost of training – at Envoy, we pay you while you become fleet qualified – on multiple aircraft types. Envoy is committed to training our technicians to become fleet-certified, “nose to tail” and offers many training opportunities both on-the-job and online.
Mechanics selected for new hire training will complete two weeks of orientation in our state-of-the-art Envoy Training Center in Irving, Texas. This classroom training is paid. New hires will then report to their maintenance base for on-the-job training.
Mechanic wages are governed by the contract agreed upon between Envoy and the Transport Workers Union (TWU), and are competitive with other regional airlines. Envoy also provides:
NEW: New-hire mechanics are eligible to receive a $7,500 sign-on bonus. Got A&P experience with another airline? Join Envoy and earn an additional $5,000 to $15,000 bonus, dependent on experience. Learn more on envoyair.com or talk to a recruiter at (972) 374-5605.
The best part about my job is that every day is different. There’s always something new to learn and a new challenge to solve. Envoy as a company is a stable, thriving business that offers great benefits.”
Envoy gave me the opportunity to be a mechanic and all this amazing training. They made me who I am today.”
Aircraft Maintenance Technician
Besides the opportunity of working with state of the art aircraft, like our E175 fleet, having to make critical decisions on the spot is what I like the most. It’s very rewarding when our decisions make the difference and help keep operations going. Envoy’s training also offers an opportunity to excel. The more training you have, the more you set yourself apart.”
On-Wing Powerplant Analyst (AMT)