PART TIME SHIFTS : 6 pm- 6 am (12 hour shift / night) in Toronto
Preference to candidates who seek part time employment with a shift build up that may fit their needs.
Candidates must be able to read wiring schematics, troubleshoot using computer connections with a Laptop, electrical test equipment such as multi-
meters and VSWR testers;
Abilities to work in confined spaces (E & E Bays) under cabin floors for coax testing and heights (experience changing aircraft roof top antennas is useful);
Need to be autonomous and communicate with the customer’s operations center.
Experience on Commercial Transport Category aircraft is an asset.
Ability to complete all company work order entries in a timely fashion;
Ensure that approved equipment and materials are utilized and a high standard of workmanship is maintained;
Good communicator on transmitting and receiving technical troubleshooting information with customer’s operations center.
5 years’ experience or more in a similar role or working as an aircraft mechanic (asset;
Strong electrical knowledge enough to understand wiring diagrams and follow instructions;
AME license with or without avionics "E" rating.
Holder of a valid driver’s license;
Holder of current CIZR (Airport Red) pass and D / R or committed to get them immediately upon hiring (maximum one month interval);
Airport radio license (required for the D license) or committed to get one immediately upon hiring (maximum one month interval);
Abilities to work in confined spaces (E & E Bays) under cabin floors for coax testing and experience changing antennas (sealants required).
Need to be autonomous and communicate with customers operations center
Experience on Transport Category aircraft an asset.
Ensure aircraft is maintained in accordance with all Manufacturers and Company recommendations and regulations;
Complete all work order entries in a timely fashion;
Ensure that approved equipment and materials are utilized and a high standard of workmanship is maintained.
IMP is committed to Employment Equity and our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative at all job levels.
We welcome applicants from Aboriginal people, visible minority groups, persons with disabilities and women in occupations of positions where they are under-
represented. If you are a member of one of the equity groups, you are encouraged to self identify on either your cover letter or resume.