Are you an energetic and innovative individual with strong leadership qualities and a broad knowledge of the aviation industry? If so, consider this challenging and rewarding career with the Aviation, Forest Fire and Emergency Services.PLEASE NOTE: THE BASE SALARY FOR THIS POSITION IS $66,283.00 - $81,433.00 YEARLY WITH ADDITIONAL SALARY ALLOWANCES FOR A TOTAL MAXIMUM SALARY OF $90,300.00 PER YEAR.AMENDMENT: The closing date to apply to this competition has been extended.What can I expect to do in this role?You will:• manage lead, plan and organize day-to-day aircraft maintenance activities • supervise air maintenance engineers• maintain a diverse fleet of aircraft in airworthy condition• provide technical leadership of the helicopter program, monitoring and evaluation of maintenance operationsHow do I qualify?Mandatory• possession of a valid Transport Canada aircraft maintenance license• possession of a valid restricted radio operator's certificate - aeronautical• valid driver's licence to travel to remote areasTechnical knowledge and skills:• knowledge and understanding of Transport Canada Federal Canadian Aviation Regulations and industry manuals, (e.g. Ministry Maintenance Policy and Control Manual)• thorough knowledge of proper function, repair and diagnosing defects in engines and a variety of systems, (e.g. hydraulic/propulsion systems)• ability to work with a computerized maintenance system • sound knowledge of precision and hand tools and sophisticated technical and diagnostic test equipmentCommunication and organizational skills:• ability to interact with staff, clients and industry partners• ability to create reports and human resource related documentation• ability to organize the day-to-day aircraft maintenance activities and organize/maintain technical records• demonstrated skills to organize work, set priorities and monitor progressJudgement and problem-solving skills:• ability to interpret and analyze drawings, directives and manuals• ability to interpret and apply manufacturers and regulatory instructions and to provide technical direction to staffSupervisory and leadership skills• demonstrated ability to supervise and provide direction to air maintenance engineers throughout the region• ability to conduct human resource tasks such as complete performance appraisals• ability to manage, lead, plan and organize the day-to-day aircraft maintenance activities
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