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First Air
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Post by First Air » Wed Feb 06, 2019 7:47 am


REFERENCE #: M504109



Include, but not limited to, the following minimum skills and qualifications:
 - Must have 4 – 9 years related experience;
 - Previous supervisory training and/or experience considered an asset;
 - Must hold valid Transport Canada Aircraft Maintenance Engineers License M1 & M2 category;
 - ACA on ATR 42, B-737 considered asset;
 - Must be familiar with maintenance control – technical operation functions;
 - Must possess superior interpersonal & communication skills for internal and external customers;
 - Ability to speak Inuktitut, or other Aboriginal language, an asset;
 - Must be adept at managing multiple priorities and deadlines under minimal supervision;
 - Ability to obtain and retain a Restricted Area Identity Card in accordance with the Airport Restricted Area Access Clearance Program regulated by Transport Canada.


Must be able to perform, but not be limited to, the following duties and responsibilities:
 - Responsible for maintenance activities carried out on the aircraft during his/her assigned shift;
 - This includes, but is not limited to repairs, inspections, modifications, re-configurations, grooming and aircraft movements;
 - Assigns ACA Type II holders and mechanics to their various tasks. Supervises and guides them in order that they carry out their duties in a safe, efficient and economical manner;
 - Ensures that all maintenance performed by employees working under his/her responsibility is to proper standards and uses approved materials and practices;
 - Ensures all planned Service Maintenance Actions (SMAs), periodic inspections, and Deferred Maintenance Items (DMIs) are carried out in a timely manner;
 - Ensures that all work carried out is properly documented in accordance with the PMM and that the proper certification is entered in the log books. In the case where a repair is accomplished to an aircraft that requires periodic inspections, advises the Director of Quality Assurance in writing;
 - Ensures proper completion of all Aircraft Part Tags, both serviceable and unserviceable, are completed or originated on his/her shift;
 - Responsible for the care and control of Company owned publications, tools, and equipment by personally ensuring that publications, tools and equipment are returned after use;
 - Ensure facility housekeeping by personally ensuring that the hangar, equipment and office areas are left in a neat, clean and orderly fashion at the end of his/her shift;
 - Ensures that any required Maintenance Irregularity Reports (MIRs), Service Difficulty Reports (SDRs), Daily Status Reports and Aircraft Problem Communication Reports are completed and sent in a timely manner;
 - Responsible for OH&S compliance while on shift:
 - Other duties as assigned.

*Please note that this is a non-rotational position, and that housing is not provided.

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