Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Full-Time Position Saskatoon SK Primary Responsibilities Report to the Crew Supervisor to receive all work assignments. Work a variety of scheduled shifts as assigned to accommodate maintenance requirements. Complete each task and associated maintenance documentation in an appropriate, safe, and timely manner. Maintain close communication with senior maintenance personnel to ensure that mandated job processes and methodologies are understood and adhered to.
Perform daily inspections, pre-flight, post flight and quality control activities to ensure aircraft airworthiness and on-time departures. Ensure that approved equipment and materials are utilized, and a high standard or workmanship is maintained. Ensure that all components installed on aircrafts are pre-approved and properly certified. Assist in keeping the maintenance office, hangar, and shop areas clean and ensure equipment is appropriately stored/returned after tasks are completed.
Attend training courses as approved. Always adhere to the Safety Management System (SMS) policy and ensure a safe workplace. General Responsibilities Develop and maintain knowledge of the company’s mission, vision and values. Foster a team-based environment through collaborative working relationships.
Ensure optimal communication with all employees and internal partners. Maintain current knowledge of all Transport Canada rules, regulations and policies. Participate in special projects as required. Qualifications Typically the knowledge and skills required for this position include a high school diploma or equivalent, and a minimum three years’ progressive AME experience for M1 License, or minimum three to five years’ progressive experience for M2 License.
Experience on Beechcraft King Air, 1900 and ATR-42 would be an asset. Skills, knowledge, and abilities include: Ability to hold and maintain a class 5 valid driver’s license, Strong verbal and written communication and presentation skills. Sound problem solving, decision-making, analytical thinking, planning, prioritization, and execution skills. Ability to take initiative and ownership of projects and tasks and execute effectively and in a timely manner.
Strong leadership skills and a hands-on, self-motivated, and demonstrated positive, can-do attitude. Excellent time management skills with the ability to organize, multi-task and prioritize. Ability to support, strengthen and enhance safety initiatives. Typical Physical and Cognitive Demands Work a variety of scheduled shifts as assigned to accommodate maintenance requirements.
Majority of the work is completed in an indoor or outdoor hangar environment. Ability to work on elevated workstations. Ability to work long, sometimes irregular hours. Able to prioritize and organize objectives and meet deadlines in a fast-paced office environment.
Must quickly adapt to changing assignments. Required to act professionally and use mature judgment. Ground and/or air travel required. In addition to base salary, the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer will be eligible for training incentives (per hour) As this is a Safety Sensitive Position, selected candidate(s) must test negative for impairing substances and alcohol prior to employment.
Rise Air is committed to employment equity, diversity and inclusion and we welcome Indigenous people with all levels of education and experience to help build a more inclusive and representative airline. We work towards creating a respectful environment to explore, learn and communicate and our programs are directly influenced by our organizational values of safety, service, integrity, sustainability and passion. We actively recruit individuals who add their diverse voices and contributions that define the success of our company. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.
If you have a disability or medical necessity, please notify us and we will work together on your accommodation request. We respectfully acknowledge that we are situated on the territories of Indigenous peoples who have occupied these lands for thousands of years, including the First Nations of Treaty 6 (Saskatoon, Prince Albert, La Ronge), Treaty 8 (Black Lake, Fond du Lac, Stony Rapids, Uranium City), and Treaty 10 (Lac la Ronge, Hatchet Lake, Wollaston Lake, Buffalo Narrows), as well as other on-Treaty First Nations and Metis. We recognize that we benefit from the lands. We are dedicated to ensuring that the spirit of reconciliation is honoured and respected and together we are inspiring Indigenization at the heart of Rise Air.