The AME Apprentice reports directly to the Lead Hand.
• Problem Solving
• Team Player
Key Performance Indicators / Duties & Responsibilities
• Carry out maintenance, repairs, and/or modifications on customer aircraft as assigned to them under supervision by a technician or Lead Hand.
• Review and be fully familiarized with all aspects of Avmax's Maintenance Policy Manual and General Procedures Manual. Compliance with both manuals' policy and procedure are mandatory.
• Complete required regulatory and company paperwork and ensure that paperwork is up to date and accurate and maintain integrity of all issued documents.
• Provide regular job status updates and report all defects and work stoppages to Lead Hand and/or delegate.
• Report unserviceable equipment to assigned Lead Hand and/or delegate.
• Notify Lead Hand of all defects discovered during maintenance.
• Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.
• Ensure that all maintenance and safety precautions are observed when carrying out assigned activities.
• Promote company values, vision, and mission.
• Attend training courses as directed by company management.
• Continuous Improvement recommendations.
• Possess strong fundamental aircraft knowledge.
• Demonstrated ability to work well with other individuals throughout the organization.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Attending a Transport Canada approved AME approved course or
• Completed a Transport Canada approved AME approved course.
• Dash 8 experience is considered an asset.
Applicants should apply online at: https://avmaxcanada.applicantpro.com/jobs/1316117.html
Avmax Group Inc. is dedicated to, and prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate and welcome the diversity of all of our employees. Avmax Group Inc. has specific policies in place to prevent discrimination in our hiring practices on the basis of the protected grounds dictated by Canadian legislation. We therefore encourage applications from qualified Aboriginal Canadians, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities and women.
In order to be in compliance with the law, employees must be legally eligible to work in Canada.