Do you have training in aircraft maintenance? Are you looking for an opportunity to gain hands-on experience? If so, then consider this exciting opportunity with The Ministry of Natural Resources' Aircraft Maintenance Apprenticeship Program.Please note: The location will be dependent on the successful candidate.What can I expect to do in this role?As one of the apprentices, you will provide maintenance services to the fleet of Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources' aircraft by:• assisting licensed aircraft engineers with inspecting aircrafts to detect faults• analyzing pilot reported flight defects• assisting with all necessary repairs or adjustments• determining repair or rectification procedures• assisting pilots with loading aircraft and security cargo • installing and removing special equipmentNote: Apprentices will have the ability to progress to the Maintenance Mechanic 2 classification upon successful completion of 12 months at the Maintenance Mechanic 1 classification.How do I qualify?Mandatory requirements:• successful completion of training in aircraft maintenance through a Transport Canada approved training course, such as a two-year technology diploma program • ability to obtain a Restricted Radio Operator's Certificate • ability to obtain airport security clearance per regulatory requirementsKnowledge of aircraft maintenance:• knowledge of specialized methods and techniques of aircraft maintenance • knowledge of the proper function of engines, flight, hydraulic, avionics, undercarriage and propulsion systems• knowledge of the interaction of aircraft systems to assist in evaluating and classifying flight defectsGeneral skills:• interpersonal and communication skills to clearly convey technical information • analytical skills to assist in determining the cause of the aircraft deficienciesTechnical skills:• ability to use precision tools, hand tools and related aircraft test equipment• ability to work with computerized maintenance systems• ability to work with a high degree of coordination and dexterity and the ability to lift and manipulate aircraft components
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