Maintenance Engineers

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abbbsush111
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Maintenance Engineers / INSPECTION TEAM

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HELLO

WE HAVE PRE-PURCHASE INSPECTION OF 1992 B737-400 IN INDONASIA AND WE ARE LOOKING FOR AN INSPECTION TEAM IN CANADA.
IF INTERESTED KINDLY SEND ME YOUR CONTACT INFO FOR MORE DISCUSSION, A SERIOUS AME ONLY.
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jetmechgm
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Re: Maintenance Engineers

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Hi, I went to your site. there is no career tab. Prospective staff will look for that first. salary ranges need to be available.
In today's web, if your not easy to access no one is going to chase you.
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edmanster
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Re: Maintenance Engineers

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Hello to everybody. Im new to this forum & would like to tell the newbies out there that this Canadian aviation world is not as bleak as portrayed in some of the posts described here. Yes, I agree that fixing automobiles at some dealership will pay more; on a side note - the mechanics here (where i live) at the BMW dealership are useless if they have to perform anything more than change the oil or change the brake linings. Who would want to spend their lives getting 'real good' at brakes & oil changes. In my 30 years - I cannot describe all the adventures ive seen across this country & all the friends (mostly friends) that i have made! If your primary motivation is money .. then im talking to deaf ears .. but if you are passionate about aviation - money is never a problem .. A good AME with a good reputation is always employed .. Ive done my time sleeping on the living room floor in a sleeping bay in Yellowknife; Even dried out wet wing fuel tanks with a hair drying - until the brain clicked in. Blew myself up cleaning insides of floats with MEK & incandescent lightbulb; & coughed up paint stripper at 2AM for a few months .. Never resented it .. considered it a 'right of passage' Then there were the good times such as Air Canada Heavy / weekend crew - best buds you could ask for. Out in the Hot-tub at this Lodge where i was maintaining a beaver; or swamping for this fuel haul - rolling fuel barrels in & out of this float beaver out in the most gorgeous wilderness you could find! ..Its all what u make it! .. & the most satisfying was when that aircraft (that got delivered in a bunch of crates - a few months ago) flies away in better condition than new ! - Stuff no Dealership mech/ oil change specialist could even dream to do!
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Re: Maintenance Engineers

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Sleeping on living room floors, rolling heavy fuel drums in the wilderness, hot tubbing with dudes, blowing yourself up cleaning insides of floats with MEK & incandescent lightbulb,coughing up paint stripper at 2AM for a few months .. Never resenting it .. considering it a 'right of passage...an you knock auto mechanics because they won't have the same incidents and make more money???
I think your mek incident had other effects on you.

Great sales pitch, that should really help out bringing the newbs, especially millennials, storming into this gong show. :lol:
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edmanster
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Re: Maintenance Engineers

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Love the millennials !! .. dealing with them everyday. Can never see one physically working or comprehend what they are doing (when u see them in passing); they usually disappear throughout the day & reappear only at coffee & lunch & always 10 minutes prior end of shift!! .. but they will always answer an email within seconds! Makes u wonder how they manage to climb off that AC, put down the tools & type in a reply all within 10 seconds .. They are just amazing people!
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Re: Maintenance Engineers

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I have an M1M2 license, both since 2005.
Send me your info, location, etc etc.

John
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hijazi0019
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Re: Maintenance Engineers

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Do you still have job offer?
I am from Pakistan and I wish to relocate.
If still job exists, I can share my credentials with you.
I have AME License on Airbus A320F and A330 with 09 years of experience out of which 05 years as certifying engineer. If you have any vacancy, please contact me at hijazi.19@gmail.com
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