PAL Technical Services is a leader in international aerospace and defense design, development and operation of airborne surveillance aircraft, line maintenance, heavy maintenance checks and modifications. We provide a wide range of aviation and related services to domestic and international markets.
PAL Technical Services is hiring Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (Maintenance)positions in Blanc Sablon, QC.
Minimum of 3 years' experience working as an AME
M1 and/or M2 license required
Must have a Transport Canada approved Aircraft Maintenance Course completed or have equivalent experience through a program such as the International Correspondence School
Experience on 1900 and Twin Otter aircraft is required
Thorough knowledge of aircraft maintenance, troubleshooting and inspection techniques
Must be able to obtain a clear Criminal Record Check prior to employment
Administration and direction of safety practices and procedures;
Conduct regular hangar and ramp inspections and report any noted deficiencies;
Complete work sheets for work accomplished;
Report unserviceable maintenance equipment;
Other duties as assigned.
Must have a Transport Canada approved Aircraft Maintenance Course completed;
M1 and/or M2 license;
Minimum of 3 years of experience;
Experience on 1900 and Twin Otter aircraft required;
The ability to work both independently and in a team environment;
A thorough knowledge of company aircraft and their related systems;
Excellent troubleshooting skills;
Must possess strong interpersonal, decision making, organization and communication skills.
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