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rotornut

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  1. On 5/8/2021 at 9:42 AM, Heliian said:

    Without looking at the job or company, a PRM position doesn't really require skills like a DOM position.  Your job would be to compile reports, track times and liase with your amo for performance of maintenance.  Unless they have a massive, multitype fleet then $72000 is pretty decent for the position. 

    Ian is correct in my opinion, many non AMO operators have part time PRM's. Depending on fleet size 1 day a week would be adequate in many cases. I would say making 70K a year for one day a week most likely working from home drinking scotch is a far better deal then 120K a year in Baker Lake eating mosquito's all day and running from Grizzly bears at night but hey I have most definitely gotten soft. 

  2. On 6/12/2022 at 1:31 PM, 412driver said:

    Maybe I should have started with: "for the guys ON fires"... 🙄

    Yes seems like people are itching for confrontation on this site. Nothing much going on in Eastern Ontario but that is normal. East of Ontario cold and wet. I find that if you get past May 24 in Ontario with no fires that it will be a slow year. To those with the great contracts you might want to salt some of that revenue away, I predict some lean years ahead.  

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  3. My condolences to the family. Doug was a fixture in the helicopter repair and overhaul business in Ontario. I did not know Doug on a personal level but respected him as a business owner and employer. Many respected helicopter engineers got their start at Uscan.  I suspect he was involved until the end. RIP Doug.

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