Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Calgary, Hexagon Geosystems

Published 2022-07-14
Expires 2022-08-14
ID #1086815298
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Calgary, Hexagon Geosystems
Canada, Alberta, Calgary,
Published July 14, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Aircraft maintenance engineer

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

North West Geomatics Group (NWG) / Hexagon Geosystems

Calgary, AB

At Hexagon Geosystems, we know that the success of our business is a direct result of our highly motivated and collaborative staff. And we stand by this fact: We value our people as much as we value our business. We pride ourselves on providing a stimulating work experience and cultivating teams that encourage learning, so that you can hone your expertise and grow in your career.

Currently seeking a full-time licensed M1 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. TPE331 turbo prop, Cessna 441 and/or Reims f406 experience an asset. Calgary based, however, must be willing to travel. Will be required to obtain US A&P Maintenance License.

Main Duties include:
Manage digital maintenance platform (RAAS)
Conduct maintenance on fleet aircraft or aircraft components in accordance with the applicable standards of airworthiness.
Accurately complete maintenance paperwork and data entry
Track and plan maintenance under the guidance of the Director of Aircraft Maintenance
Travel to aircraft to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance
Troubleshoot issues as applicable
Manage inventory

Safety minded
Valid AME License
Ability to obtain US A&P License
Travel throughout US and Canada to perform maintenance on site
Excellent troubleshooting and analytical skills
Strong computer skills
Proven observational, decision-making and time management skills
Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with proven leadership skills
M1 Licensed AME or an M2 Licensed AME willing to obtain M1 License

In addition to an exciting career on a friendly and collaborative team, we also offer competitive compensation, bonus, Paid Time Off, RRSP matching, medical, dental and vision benefits.

The successful candidate will be subject to a background check, which includes screening of academic, employment and criminal records, the results of which must be satisfactory to the company.

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