Doug Burdick joined Continental Motors in 1995 as line crew manager and now lead mechanic at CMS. Doug earned his BA in Criminal Justice and Master's in Public Admin from the University of South Alabama, Associate's degree in Airframe Science from Enterprise-Ozark Community College and A&P license in 2007. Doug received his private pilot's license in 1997. In his spare time, Doug manages rental properties and enjoys renovating houses. His hobbies include motorcycling and British cars.
Continental Motors, Inc. (CMI) is a recognized world
leader in the development of aviation products. Our engines power over half of
general aviation aircraft all over the world including Cessna, Cirrus, Bonanza,
Baron, Diamond, Piper and many more.
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ManufacturingThe Continental Motors factory located at the Brookley Aeroplex in Mobile, Alabama manufactures 200, 300, 400 and 500 series engines. Eighty percent of our engine parts begin with raw forging and casting components and are machined, honed and assembled into a complete engine. Our employees love what they do and take pride in building a quality product every step of the way. DevelopmentDetermined to stay on the cutting edge of advanced technology, our innovative Full Authority Digital Electronic Control (FADEC) is now available on many of our popular engines. In addition, we are committed to developing a line of diesel engines ranging from 160 horsepower to 350 plus horsepower to address aviation fuel costs and future fuel availability. Press Release. When pilots choose a Continental Motors engine, they benefit from our history of learning, our plans to upgrade their existing engines and our dreams for tomorrow.Customer SupportContinental Motors is committed to providing world-class aftermarket Customer Support. We provide direct communication with the factory and the assurance of the latest in technical data, skilled maintenance technicians and advanced troubleshooting for the aircraft owner and mechanic. In addition, we look for ways to meet our customers at Aviation Trade Shows, Continental hosted Fly-Ins, Clinics and a standing invitation to provide factory tours anytime.
Living and Working on the Gulf Coast
Mobile, Alabama is situated in a prime coastal location on the Gulf of Mexico nestled between Pensacola, FL and New Orleans, LA. Mobile is known for its quality of life with its rich history, business opportunities, affordable housing and endless recreation. Mobile residents have at their fingertips universities, sports, arts, golfing, fishing, boating, museums and of course numerous white beaches to choose from. But the list wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Bellingrath Gardens, The Battleship Memorial Park, home of the USS Alabama and lots of Mardis Gras Parades. We invite you to visit the websites listed below to learn more
Mobile Chamber of Commerce
Career Opportunities/How to Apply
If you’re the kind of person who strives to do great work, excels in creative environments, thrives in teams, and lives for problem solving – this is the place for you. At Continental Motors, your ideas, experiences, and values matter. You will connect with other highly talented employees and be in an environment that recognizes and embraces diversity and inclusion. If you are interested in any of our open positions, for confidential consideration, please click on email link and send along with your cover letter, salary history and resume. Once your resume is in our system, we will contact you if we see a match with our available opportunities. Please no faxes, phone calls or other correspondence is accepted.Current employees, if you are interested in one of the open positions, please apply online and send your resume directly to HR.
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“I was overwhelmed by the warm, southern welcome received when the Ninety-Nines toured the Continental Motors factory. You all were so gracious and inviting and treated us royally. Thank you for the graciousness and informative presentation. My mind is still spinning from all of the information that was packed into the culminating hour-long seminar. Our pilots would love to have had the opportunity I had to see the plant and hear about maintaining engine longevity.“