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Aviation Mechanic/Technician II
Ref No.: 17-13252
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Work tasks will consist of, but are not limited to, the following:
• Removal and replacement of discrepant Client engine parts
• Repair shipping related damage on engine products as necessary
• Repair of damaged engine hardware
• Troubleshooting and/or repair of operational problems reported during production or flight test operations
• Transportation of hardware to and from work locations
• Perform modifications or changes as required
• The Senior Field Service Engineer or the onsite Client representative will provide specific work instructions and/or technical guidance as necessary. The worker will be required to disassemble, inspect, evaluate, and accomplish necessary repairs as directed. Prepare work according to engineering instructions, technical manuals, and technical directives to determine what repairs, modifications and parts replacements are required. The Client Senior Field Service Engineer or the client Quality Inspector will spot check the worker's work quality and consistency and verify all work through appropriate quality controls
Additional requirements:

- Possess a valid FAA A&P or CAA AME license
- Familiar with 14 CFR Part 145 regulations
- Possess basic mechanical skills
- Have a general knowledge of turbine aircraft operation and maintenance procedures
- Familiar with aircraft tooling and quality maintenance practices
- Familiar with Tool Control and Foreign Object Damage (FOD) prevention practices
- Capable of working independently with minimal supervision
- Performs work based on Client or Bombardier procedures, policies and organizational requirements
- Capable of coordinating workscopes on engines with Client or Bombardier

Work performed on Client products under or client control may be completed only after coordination with the customer. This coordination is the responsibility of Client or an authorized delegate of Client.

At no time will the worker speak on behalf of Client to the client or end customers in an official capacity. Technicians may respond to technical inquiries as long as they have confirmed their technical position with the current technical data and/or have coordinated this response with Client authorized representatives. All questions from, the client or the end customer will be directed to Client Sr. Field Service Engineer or an authorized delegate of Client.