Avmax Group Inc. is looking for a Lead ACA for its MRO division.
Reporting to the Quality Control Manager specific duties include:
• Review all major repair data and progress on each project for completion and accuracy.
• Planning of all major repairs.
• Report unserviceable maintenance equipment to their assigned Project Manager.
• Carry out inspections (MRB and Buyback) on aircraft following the applicable standards of airworthiness.
• Ensure that all reportable service difficulties and maintenance irregularities are completed and forwarded to Quality Assurance and SMS in a timely manner.
• Attend training courses as directed by company management.
• Act as a receiving inspector for parts as required.
• Ensure parts are scrapped in accordance with scrap parts program on the approval of the Project Manager or customer’s authority.
• Certify components repair by Avmax – ex. Batteries, cowling, etc.
• Ensure all defects being deferred have been done following proper procedures.
• Ensure material required for generated non-routines has been researched accurately and placed on order.
• Provide technical assistance or guidance to the crew.
• Communicate when tasks are complete so next trade can move onto the job.
• Ensure that all crew members’ paperwork is up to date.
• Ensure work environment is safe and clean.
• Promote company values, vision and mission.
• Certify aircraft for return to service.
• Transport Canada Certified A.M.E.
• Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Minimum 3 years’ experience in the field.
Applicants should apply online at: http://www.avmax.com
Avmax Group offers a competitive compensation package including an optimal benefits plan and pension plan.
Avmax Group Inc. is dedicated to, and prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate and welcome the diversity of all of our employees. Avmax Group Inc. has specific policies in place to prevent discrimination in our hiring practices on the basis of the protected grounds dictated by Canadian legislation. We therefore encourage applications from qualified Aboriginal Canadians, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities and women.
In order to be in compliance with the law, employees must be legally eligible to work in Canada.