Technical Operations (Tech Ops) is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of JetBlue’s fleet including regulation compliance, routine and other maintenance. The work of a Technical Operations crewmember is extremely varied and requires critical and creative thinking as well as versatility and open-mindedness. The tasks run the gamut, from changing a light bulb or seatbelt onboard the aircraft to considerably more complex assignments, like working on the flight control system or replenishing materials like onboard oxygen or hydraulic fluid.
Our 12-month Tech Ops Apprentice program can give you hands-on aircraft maintenance experience on our Airbus and Embraer fleets. You bring the motivation and drive to become a skilled aircraft technician, and we provide training, mentoring and an opportunity. After you graduate, you are immediately promoted to the position of Aircraft Technician at JetBlue at the same station where you completed your apprenticeship. This program is available in Boston (BOS) and New York City (JFK).
Starting February 1, you may apply here.
Technical Operations, or “Tech Ops” are mostly assigned to cities where JetBlue maintains occurs. These BlueCities include:
As well, some Tech Ops crewmember work in supporting roles at the Long Island City Support Center (LSC).