Aircraft Maintenance Engineer- Structures

Occupation/trade:

Sector:
Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations
Occupation:
Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors
 
Consult the National Occupational Classification for descriptions of these occupations
Number of vacancies of this type:
10

Description

AME (Structures) Structures AME’s perform line and heavy maintenance as well as repairs and modifications on a variety of large aircraft. Duties and Responsibilities: • Inspection of aircraft structures in accordance with Service Bulletins, AD’s and aircraft manuals • Assessment of damage to aircraft structures • Construction/ set up of jigs and fixtures • Sealant of metal and composite surfaces • Assemble, repair, replace, and modify metal alloy and composite structures Understanding of aircraft fastener codes and uses/installations • Source information & complete all repairs from SRM, SB, AD and Engineering drawings • Ensures appropriate documentation is completed accurately and on time and submitted to a senior Technician or Shift Lead for ACA approval • Complete ERP processes and procedures correctly • Applies safe handling practices with the aircraft Certification & Experience • TC Aircraft Maintenance Engineer - Structures License; or • Equivalent license from foreign country (would be considered unlicensed in Canada); or • Minimum of 7 years’ experience performing structural repairs and/or modifications on commercial aircraft. Skills • Positive attitude and strong work ethic • Demonstrated organizational skills and attention to detail • Good oral and written communication skills • Basic computer skills and familiarity with Intranet Other • Must be physically fit • Flexibility to work any type of shift COMPENSATION: TC Licensed Technicians earn an hourly wage of between $27.59 and $36.64, room to grow into Senior and Shift Lead roles. Unlicensed Technicians earn an hourly wage of between $25.24 and $30.94. Benefits include but are not limited to: • Extended medical and dental • Paid vacation and personal days • Pension matching plan and voluntary RRSP

Training:

Training / Diplomas:
Professional formation
This training or diploma is
essential

Linguistic skills:

French Level:
Basic
French language is
preferable
English Level:
Fluent
English language is
essential

Professional experience:

Area of professional experience:
Number of years of professional experience requiried:
min. 7
max. 
This professional experience and its duration are
essential

Contract

Contract type:
Open-end contract

Salary

Salary:
yearly
Amount ($CAN):
from 40hr/week to 52,499.20

Work benefits and bonuses:

Accommodation provided:
no
Travel expenses to job covered:
no
Moving expenses covered:
yes

Place of work:

British Columbia, Kelowna
Ontario, Hamilton

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