Chartright Air Group
Who we are:We are Chartright Air Group, a trailblazer in Canada’s aviation industry, offering a wide range of services, including private jet charter, aircraft management, FBO services, and aircraft maintenance. Our unwavering dedication to safety, customer service, and operational excellence solidifies our distinguished reputation across Canada’s aviation landscape.As a team of devoted and enthusiastic aviation professionals, we relentlessly strive to exceed expectations and uphold our status as Canada’s trusted 1 leader in private jet charter services. For over 35 years, we’ve flourished in this dynamic and exciting industry which is fueled by customer loyalty, exceptional talent, and our cornerstone values of being customer-driven, safe, respectful, and transparent.Why Chartright:Make a difference and directly shape the trajectory of a rapidly expanding company in an exciting industryYou will become an integral part of a high-caliber and people-focused team, driven by a shared commitment to exceptional customer serviceHelp steer our continued transformation and growth, utilizing your unique talents to drive tangible results and improvementsEnjoy unparalleled opportunities for personal and professional advancementCompetitive compensation package, with 100% company-paid extended health and dental coverageSecure your future with our generous RRSP/DPSP matching program The Role:The Based AME in Campbell River, BC will be responsible for all assigned maintenance activities in accordance with company policies, procedures, and instructions contained within the MCM, MPM, DPM, AMM and Transport Canada requirements. The AME will primarily be employed on the Hawker 800XP, but not limited to any other company aircraft type.Relocation Assistance Available: We offer an incentive for candidates who need to relocate for this position, ensuring a smooth transition to join our team.What you will do:Act as a base AME primarily to aHawker 800XP aircraft at Campbell River airportPlay an important role to keep private aircraft flying by conducting aircraft maintenance in accordance with all requirements and regulationsDismantle and assemble aircraft systems for repair and overhaulTroubleshoot aircraft defects and carry out corrective actionRemove, install, and functionally test aircraft componentsCertify that all technical records are originated and retained for all inspections and maintenance functionsComplete records of work done to sustain an accurate record systemPerform work in accordance with all Transport Canada guidelinesEnsure that only approved equipment and materials are utilized and deliver and maintain a high standard of workmanshipWork in compliance with all regulatory requirements and company-wide, maintenance, and health & safety policies and proceduresMay be assigned to other operational areas, based on business requirementsWhat you bring:A valid Canadian AME M2 licenseMinimum five years’ experience as an M2 licensed AMEHawker 800XP maintenance certification to be considered an assetExperience in aircraft periodic inspections and heavy inspectionsAbility to read, understand and interpret technical publications, maintenance manuals, service bulletins, technical drawings and blueprintsDiagnostic skills requiring sound knowledge of aircraft systems, aerodynamics, aircraft structures and basic applied mechanicsAbility to perform duties such as disassembling aircraft systems, removal of defective components and installing replacement parts, components and structuresSelf-motivated individual with excellent organizational and communication skills, professional, ethical and committed to excellenceStrong problem-solving and troubleshooting skillsStrong capacity to learn, adapt & work under pressure to meet tight deadlinesMust qualify for a RAIC and AVOP passesPossession of a valid driver’s license with a clean driver’s abstractAbility to work on a flexible schedule to accommodate aircraft departure and arrival times.Occasional travel may be required to support extended trips and out-of-base AOGsPhysical requirements include climbing into and under various aircraft; walking around, standing, and crouching, all for long periods of time.
Able to lift up to 23 kg. Join us and let’s shape the future of aviation together All vacancies are posted internally to contribute to a fair and equitable process; all qualified employees are invited to apply through the internal ADP HR Portal. (Some exceptions apply with Human Resources approval.)We respect and value the diversity of our people. We strive to create an environment where employees can be themselves and where our differences are celebrated. We welcome all applicants and encourage individuals who identify with any of the protected grounds under the human rights legislation to apply to any open role.We are committed to fair and equitable hiring practices; our hiring and selection process is conducted in accordance with all employment legislation and the Human Rights Code of Canada.
If you require accommodation during the hiring and selection process, please advise the recruiter or contact HRchartright.com.We thank all who apply however only those who meet the qualifications will be contacted.