Rotorhead Posted March 4, 2004 Report Share Posted March 4, 2004 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer I-III (Shubenacadie) Department of Natural Resources Please Quote Competition #04-0007SB-CB Please merge your cover letter and resume into one document when applying. In the cover letter, please quote competition number, department and competition name. This is a bargaining unit position restricted to current civil service employees represented by the Nova Scotia Government Employees Union. All current employees applying for job competitions are required to include their employee ID number in order to be considered as a bargaining unit applicant. External applicants will be considered if there are no qualified bargaining unit applicants. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Duties Under the direct supervision of the Chief Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, the aircraft maintenance engineer carries out the daily and periodic inspections and repairs on the rotary wing aircraft. This includes servicing, troubleshooting, and parts replacement of airframe, electrical, avionics, turbine engines and other components in accordance with Transport Canada regulations, manufacturers specifications, and department aircraft maintenance control manual at home base and in the field. He/she will also be required to repair and maintain aircraft shop and ground handling equipment and facilities. Qualifications Grade 10 plus Transport Canada Aviation Aircraft Maintenance Engineer license M1 and M2 with an endorsement for the Bell 212 or the MD 500 helicopter . Preference will be given to candidates with endorsements and experience on MD 500 and/or Bell 212. Applicants must possess competent verbal communication and interpersonal skills, sound judgement and initiative. Aircraft Maintenance Engineer licenses must be provided at interview. Must be available to work other than regular hours on short notice, specifically on weekends and holidays, particularly during forest fire season. Required to work alone with limited supervision. A valid driver's license is required. Classification Range: MOS 18 - 24 Salary Range: $38,937 - $49,546 Closing Date: March 23, 2004 Applications/resumes can be sent to: Human Resources Division Department of Natural Resources Attn: Sylvia Beaver P.O. Box 698, 1701 Hollis Street, 2nd Floor, Founders Square Building, Halifax, NS B3J 2T9, Fax (902) 424-3222, Email Contact: Resources-JobApps@gov.ns.ca Competition number must be in subject line. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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