The Aviation Technician (AVN) performs Elementary, Servicing and Maintenance duties in support of the Main Operating Base (MOB).
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Perform First and Second Level maintenance on aircraft mechanical, structural and electrical systems and components, and ground support equipment.This will include, but not limited to, the servicing, inspection, removal, cleaning, repair, installation, adjustment, testing and certification (release) of aircraft mechanical, structural and electrical systems and components and ground support equipment.
- Ramp duties will include, but not be limited to pre/post flight inspection and support, marshalling, parking, towing, fueling/defueling and installation/removal of required mission equipment and crash and salvage response.
- Perform ground runs of engines and auxiliary power units, where qualified and authorized.
- Fly as necessary in support of maintenance, ferry and deployment operations
- Travel and work at other main operating bases, deployments in support of operations at remote sites, mobile repair parties and ferry flights.
- Provide on-the-job-training to other employees.
- Attend training for trade and personnel development and for qualifications, recertification, and authorization purposes.
- Sweep and clean hangar, shop, stores and office areas, remove all debris accumulated by tasks performed and maintain a clean, safe work area.
- Adhere to policies, procedures and directives established by the Company.
- Provide supervision to other employees.
- Perform other duties as may be required in support of the CH 149 ISSC
- Graduate of a recognized aircraft maintenance course or apprenticeship program and hold a current Aircraft Maintenance Engineers license or be qualified as an aircraft aviation technician within the Canadian Armed Forces or equivalent commercial experience.
- A minimum of 3 years’ experience in helicopter maintenance is required.
- Thorough knowledge of aircraft systems, including, but not limited to, power plants, flight controls, dynamic systems, hydraulics, pneumatics, environmental, basic structures and power generation and distribution systems.
- Knowledge of use of special tools and equipment.
- Knowledge of corrosion control techniques.
- Capable of reading and interpreting technical documentation such as maintenance manuals, work packages, drawings, blueprints and Standard Plant Procedures.
- Capable of performing Non-destructive Inspection.
- Ability to use standard computer programs and such specialized ones as may be necessary in the performances of the duties.
- Valid NL Class 5 Driver License, able to drive vehicles, tow tractors and support vehicles.
- Demonstrate a personal commitment to IMP Occupational Health, Safety and Environment policies.Continually focusing on your individual safety and the safety of others who may be affected by your work and to fully comply with all Federal Health and Safety Legislation.
- Participate in Continuous Improvement, Lean & 6S activities in your area.
- Incumbents must be able to pass and maintain Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) and Transport Canada security clearances;
- The successful applicants will be eligible to meet requirements for the U.S. International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR), and Canadian Controlled Goods Program (CGP);
- Applicant must be able to pass and maintain a Level II (Secret) security clearance with the Department of National Defence
IMP is committed to Employment Equity and our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative at all job levels. We welcome applicants from Aboriginal People, Visible Minority Groups, Persons with Disabilities and Women in occupations of positions where they are under-represented. If you are a member of one of the equity groups, you are encouraged to self identify on either your cover letter or resume.