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I’ve never worked as a contractor before; what should I expect?
PlaneTechs contractors work for a variety of our clients – both MROs and manufacturers – on commercial and military aircraft. Our clients contact us with information about the positions they have to fill; our recruiters identify the contractors who are best suited for the job; and, a match is made. As a PlaneTechs contractor, you can expect a variety of assignments and the opportunity to work for different clients and locations.
I’ve worked as a contractor before; how is PlaneTechs different?
In a word: commitment. When you work for PlaneTechs, you’ll quickly see how committed and connected our recruiting staff is to you – finding you great jobs, ensuring your employment needs and requests are handled properly the first time, and keeping you working from assignment to assignment. We succeed when you succeed.
I’ve applied for a job with PlaneTechs but I’m not working yet. What should I expect?
Our commitment is to match the skills, interests and needs of our contractors with the specific requirements of each of our clients. Sometimes the right match takes time. Rest assured – your PlaneTechs recruiter is at work every day, aiming to fill open orders with contractors like you. Your recruiter will stay in touch with you. You will also receive emails and phone calls from us alerting you to our latest opportunities. You can also sign up for Job Alerts via this website, ensuring you’ll get an email notice from us when an opening exists that meets your requirements.
Who should I contact if I have a question or concern about my job, pay or benefits?
If you are working on a PlaneTechs assignment, your first call should be to the PlaneTechs onsite manager. If you cannot reach him, or if you are between assignments, contact your PlaneTechs recruiter. It’s important to remember that you work for PlaneTechs, not our client. Direct your questions and concerns to us, not the client.
What should I do if I want to leave or be reassigned in the middle of a job?
Please let us know as soon as possible about changes that affect your current assignment! Your first call should be to the PlaneTechs onsite manager. If you cannot reach him, contact your PlaneTechs recruiter. It’s important to remember that you work for PlaneTechs, not our client. Direct your questions and concerns to us, not the client.
Do PlaneTechs contractors ever get hired as permanent workers?
Occasionally our clients may hire a PlaneTechs contractor; however, permanent placement is not our goal or our clients’. When you work for PlaneTechs, do not approach our client about permanent work or talk with them about working direct without working through your onsite manager or recruiter. Failure to do so could jeopardize your employment.