Mechanic (t56)

May 10 2021
Industries Airspace, Aviation, National Defence
Categories Aerospace, Aviation, Airport, Mechanic, Mechanical, Trades, Technicians, Construction
Trenton, ON

- Performs dismantling and assembly of complete engines, modules, components and assemblies in accordance with all customer, regulatory, and company requirements using hand or power tools.
- Troubleshoots to identify problems and adjusts and repairs products according to specifications and established procedures.
- Interprets technical specifications, directives and relevant publications to identify product discrepancies and deficiencies.
- Interprets technical standards, drawings, specifications, and other relevant documentation using mechanical precision measuring tools and instruments as required; verifies the conformance of parts to manuals and blueprints with respect to measurements.
- Uses machines, tools, jigs, fixtures, gauges, plant equipment and consumables necessary to carry out the required tasks.
- Checks for serviceability, conformity documentation completeness and compatibility to applicable standards.
- Replaces defective parts and reassembles units ensuring conformance with applicable Transport Canada regulations and manufacturer's specifications.
- Maintains detailed repair and certification records and reports of work performed.
- Assures that only airworthy equipment is available for the safe and timely completion of customer's engines, modules, components and assemblies.
- Participates in continuous improvement of cell processes.
- Cross trains in other complementary skills and seeks endorsements for those skills as needed to support production requirements.
- Moves between production assignments that utilize multiple skills endorsements as needed to support production requirements.
- Participates in cross training of other technicians as needed to support production requirements.
- Responsible for observing all applicable safety requirements and reporting immediately any unsafe practices/conditions.
- Carries out other duties as assigned.

- Ability to read, understand and interpret schematics, graphs, blueprints, and other technical information.
- Ability to lift up to 50 pounds (unassisted) for approximately 25% of the average work day.
- Regularly required to stand for prolonged periods.
- High degree of mechanical aptitude, accuracy and precision.
- Extensive product knowledge of respective business segment.
- Knowledgeable and proficient in the proper use of precision measuring equipment.
- Working knowledge of production management computer systems and other related internal control systems.
- Working knowledge of related company instructions, company processes, overhaul manuals, and original equipment manufacturer's manuals.
- Specialized training in engineering or aircraft maintenance (AME, CAMC, A & P, AMT); or equivalent.
- 7 to 10 years of experience as an aircraft mechanic in an aerospace environment.
- Ideal candidate possess 2nd line shop experience and held authorizations in at least one (1) of the following: CC130 T-56A15 engine, 54H60-91 / 54H60-117 propellers or APU P/N 381116-1-8.

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