Employment Type: Full-time permanent
Location: Airdrie, Alberta
Available vacancies: 2
- The Technician assembles and/or fabricates parts and components using drawings, task cards, service bulletins and other approved data. The technician is accountable to the Avionics Manager for completing work assigned. The Technician will ensure that all work is done in accordance with the policies and procedures defined in Unity's Maintenance Policy Manual. Complete all work as assigned by the Avionics Manager / Lead Hand and complete verification inspections, if trained, as directed by Lead Hand / Production Manager.
- Complete required paperwork and maintain integrity of all issued documents (workbooks, EM’s, etc.).
- Ensure shop areas and tools are maintained in a clean and safe condition.
- Provide regular build status updates and report all defects, deviations and work stoppages to Avionics Manager.
- Maintain efficiency of work
- Identify opportunities and recommend build improvements.
- Report all errors in production documentation.
- Follow all defined rules, policies and procedures.
- Meet all commitments. If required, ask for a review of targets if a likelihood of missing targets is detected.
- Check your own work.
- Take the initiative to lead others in an effort to best support the company’s overall targets.
- Use all resources in an efficient manner.
- Encourage and promote both professional and personal growth.
- Work with your manager, coworkers and employees to understand “the big picture”. Make any necessary adjustments to best achieve your targets, including informing others of issues that might affect their targets.
- Strive to continually improve.
- Be a team player by developing relationships with the coworkers.
- Disassemble, inspect, record discrepancies, recommend and record methods of repair
- Install, rig and carry out all other mechanical and structural functions as they relate to avionics and electrical systems and test in accordance with manufacturer's specifications
- Ensure that all applicable airworthiness requirements are met
- Maintain a clean work area, and alert the manager of any safety concerns
- Responsible for ensuring both accuracy and traceability of parts removed or installed on Aircraft
- For those AME's possessing certifying authority, perform and/or certify work performed within the scope of this Aircraft Maintenance Organization
- Perform any other work assigned
Avionics Technician Requirements:
- Experience with the Twin Otter 300 / 400 avionics suite considered an asset
- Experience with Twin Otter 300 / 400 wiring installations considered an asset
- Experience with Garmin 950 or 1000 Avionics suite.
- Have experience with general aircraft wiring repair, fabrication and installation
- Possess knowledge expected of an Aircraft Avionics and Electronics Technician on aircraft types handled by the Company
- Shall hold a valid AME “E” Transport Canada License; or be eligible to be an apprentice to achieve this license
- Knowledge of Microsoft programs
- Excellent communication skill
- We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
- Unity Aviation Canada offers a competitive compensation package including an optimal benefits plan
- Unity Aviation Canada promotes a people culture with the highest values in integrity, safety, teamwork, productivity and quality on every product we supply.
- Unity Aviation Canada provides an unwavering commitment to our people by promoting a culture of empowerment.
*For interested applicants, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org