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Preflight Mechanical Technician-Instructor (AVN/engine) - Cold Lake


L-3 Canada Operations
Location: Canada, North America
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Flight Crew
Category: Technician
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Join us in “Taking It Further”!

Are you looking for a challenging and innovative environment where you can make a difference? Are you passionate about aeronautics?

We have the opportunity for you!

For over 30 years, L3 MAS has carried out the repair, maintenance, and modernization of the Canadian fighter jets, the CF-18s. Thanks to our technical expertise developed over time and our passionate employees, L3 MAS has developed innovative and personalized solutions for the in-service support contracts of the Canadian government’s aircraft fleets such as the CH-148 Cyclone and CH-147F Chinook helicopters, and the CC-150 Polaris (Airbus 310) aircraft. Our technical expertise also includes the repair and overhaul of aircraft components, first and third line aircraft maintenance, the design and manufacturing of aircraft parts for major Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), and state-of-the-art technical publication solutions.

Choosing L3 MAS, it's being part of multidisciplinary work teams, it’s joining one of the major in-service support providers for the Royal Canadian Air Force, and it’s being part of an organization whose values – integrity, passion, respect, and balance – are at the heart of our daily actions. Join us in “Taking It Further”.

At L3 MAS you will:

* Contribute to the continuous improvement of the company and be recognized for your impact;

* Enjoy a flexible work schedule allowing you to conciliate work-life balance;

* Benefit from a Comprehensive Employee Benefits Package, including a customizable group insurance plan that fits your needs and lifestyle, and a Group RRSP with contribution match-up.

As a Preflight Mechanical Technician-Instructor (AVN/engine) at L3 MAS you will:

Perform modifications, inspections and repairs on the propulsion systems and associated components and on the mechanical systems as well as the complex verification and maintenance tasks of the CF-18 aircraft.

To achieve this, you will be called upon to:

* Perform mechanical work and visual, functional or operational checks of a complex nature on CF-18s (propulsion systems) in accordance with the Canadian Forces Technical Instruction (CFTO), technical drawings, Assembly booklets, standards of materials and processes and working instructions in force;

* Participate in the preparation of aircraft (excluding tasks relating to electrical, avionics and electronic systems) for the purpose of the flight or acceptance by the customer;

* Perform engine tests and secondary ground feeding tests;

* Verify, adjust, repair or replace devices and equipment of a complex nature such as:

* Powertrain and related systems;

* Cell/motor Interface;

* Auxiliary panel and secondary feeding;

* Air conditioning system;

* Fuel System;

* Borescope Inspection;

* Mass and center Inspection.

* If necessary, check and maintain the internal storage systems, seats and harnesses, accessories and fittings, repair metal sheets;

* If necessary, check and maintain fuel systems, flight systems, such as hydraulic, pneumatic, heating and ventilation circuits, flight controls, landing gear, reactors, fire detection, etc. by plugging in and using the power test benches and devices and performing all of the required actions as part of a task, as instructed;

* Exercise extreme caution and respect the health and safety bulletins of the company, etc. during the handling, refueling and displacement of aircraft and during the start-up of reactors and fixed points, etc.;

* Attend training and information sessions, depending on the needs;

* Inform the team leader or supervisor of technical problems, scheduling problems, additional needs and the well-being of technicians;

* Follow the rules of the control of the tooling;

* Consult the reference documentation such as CFTO, work processes and other related documents;

* Carefully fill out the inspection sheets, forms, documentation, records and other documents of the aircraft as required;

* Perform the tasks assigned to him by the team leader or the supervisor.

* Note that the Technician-Instructor will also have an important trainer role to play with the technicians of the Department of National Defense. Considering his many years of experience on the CF-18, he will welcome, train and accompany DND technicians in their day-to-day tasks and follow up with assigned team leaders or supervisors.

In addition, the Technician-Instructor must comply with the administrative and technical rules of the establishment where he is assigned in respect of:

* Health and safety;

* Foreign object damage (FOD);

* Flight safety;

* Documentation and records;

* Working Instructions;

* Process specifications.

Qualifications

Your profile:

* Diploma of college studies in avionics or equivalent experience;

* Minimum 5 years’ experience in a similar position;

* Endorsement on CF-18 mandatory;

* Extensive experience of the CF-18 aircraft required;

* Communication skills in both languages English and French, oral and written;

* Good communicator and strong training skills;

* Ability to maintain good interpersonal relationships.

Operational requirements :

* Must be eligible for registration to the Controlled Goods Program;

* Must be eligible to obtaining and maintaining the government of Canada’s “Reliability” status and Level 2 (Secret) security clearance;

At L3 MAS, we care about the principles of employment equity and we encourage Women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and visible minorities that qualify to apply.

We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

CAN Security Clearance Required: NATO Secret

Schedule
: Full-time

Shift
: Day - 1st

Travel
: Yes, 10 % of the Time

Organization
: Division L-3 MAS
Join us in “Taking It Further”!

Are you looking for a challenging and innovative environment where you can make a difference? Are you passionate about aeronautics?

We have the opportunity for you!

For over 30 years, L3 MAS has carried out the repair, maintenance, and modernization of the Canadian fighter jets, the CF-18s. Thanks to our technical expertise developed over time and our passionate employees, L3 MAS has developed innovative and personalized solutions for the in-service support contracts of the Canadian government’s aircraft fleets such as the CH-148 Cyclone and CH-147F Chinook helicopters, and the CC-150 Polaris (Airbus 310) aircraft. Our technical expertise also includes the repair and overhaul of aircraft components, first and third line aircraft maintenance, the design and manufacturing of aircraft parts for major Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), and state-of-the-art technical publication solutions.

Choosing L3 MAS, it's being part of multidisciplinary work teams, it’s joining one of the major in-service support providers for the Royal Canadian Air Force, and it’s being part of an organization whose values – integrity, passion, respect, and balance – are at the heart of our daily actions. Join us in “Taking It Further”.

At L3 MAS you will:

* Contribute to the continuous improvement of the company and be recognized for your impact;

* Enjoy a flexible work schedule allowing you to conciliate work-life balance;

* Benefit from a Comprehensive Employee Benefits Package, including a customizable group insurance plan that fits your needs and lifestyle, and a Group RRSP with contribution match-up.

As a Preflight Mechanical Technician-Instructor (AVN/engine) at L3 MAS you will:

Perform modifications, inspections and repairs on the propulsion systems and associated components and on the mechanical systems as well as the complex verification and maintenance tasks of the CF-18 aircraft.

To achieve this, you will be called upon to:

* Perform mechanical work and visual, functional or operational checks of a complex nature on CF-18s (propulsion systems) in accordance with the Canadian Forces Technical Instruction (CFTO), technical drawings, Assembly booklets, standards of materials and processes and working instructions in force;

* Participate in the preparation of aircraft (excluding tasks relating to electrical, avionics and electronic systems) for the purpose of the flight or acceptance by the customer;

* Perform engine tests and secondary ground feeding tests;

* Verify, adjust, repair or replace devices and equipment of a complex nature such as:

* Powertrain and related systems;

* Cell/motor Interface;

* Auxiliary panel and secondary feeding;

* Air conditioning system;

* Fuel System;

* Borescope Inspection;

* Mass and center Inspection.

* If necessary, check and maintain the internal storage systems, seats and harnesses, accessories and fittings, repair metal sheets;

* If necessary, check and maintain fuel systems, flight systems, such as hydraulic, pneumatic, heating and ventilation circuits, flight controls, landing gear, reactors, fire detection, etc. by plugging in and using the power test benches and devices and performing all of the required actions as part of a task, as instructed;

* Exercise extreme caution and respect the health and safety bulletins of the company, etc. during the handling, refueling and displacement of aircraft and during the start-up of reactors and fixed points, etc.;

* Attend training and information sessions, depending on the needs;

* Inform the team leader or supervisor of technical problems, scheduling problems, additional needs and the well-being of technicians;

* Follow the rules of the control of the tooling;

* Consult the reference documentation such as CFTO, work processes and other related documents;

* Carefully fill out the inspection sheets, forms, documentation, records and other documents of the aircraft as required;

* Perform the tasks assigned to him by the team leader or the supervisor.

* Note that the Technician-Instructor will also have an important trainer role to play with the technicians of the Department of National Defense. Considering his many years of experience on the CF-18, he will welcome, train and accompany DND technicians in their day-to-day tasks and follow up with assigned team leaders or supervisors.

In addition, the Technician-Instructor must comply with the administrative and technical rules of the establishment where he is assigned in respect of:

* Health and safety;

* Foreign object damage (FOD);

* Flight safety;

* Documentation and records;

* Working Instructions;

* Process specifications.

Qualifications

Your profile:

* Diploma of college studies in avionics or equivalent experience;

* Minimum 5 years’ experience in a similar position;

* Endorsement on CF-18 mandatory;

* Extensive experience of the CF-18 aircraft required;

* Communication skills in both languages English and French, oral and written;

* Good communicator and strong training skills;

* Ability to maintain good interpersonal relationships.

Operational requirements :

* Must be eligible for registration to the Controlled Goods Program;

* Must be eligible to obtaining and maintaining the government of Canada’s “Reliability” status and Level 2 (Secret) security clearance;

At L3 MAS, we care about the principles of employment equity and we encourage Women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and visible minorities that qualify to apply.

We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

CAN Security Clearance Required: NATO Secret

Schedule
: Full-time

Shift
: Day - 1st

Travel
: Yes, 10 % of the Time

Organization
: Division L-3 MAS
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