Canadian Helicopters Group specializes in helicopter transportation and related support services. With bases around the world, it has fixed primary operations in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and regions of Southeast Asia. The Company also supplies on demand support operations in Afghanistan and Antarctica. Canadian Helicopters has been a leader in the helicopter transportation services market for over six decades. It is known for providing the highest standards of service and maintaining safe operations.
Reporting directly to the Western Canada Chief Engineers, the Supervisory Base AME, is responsible for the functional performance of all personnel assigned to his base including; Crew Chiefs, Engineers, Apprentices, Laborers, Sheet Metal Technicians and Stores Personnel and shall ensure that all maintenance and certification is carried out in strict conformity with regulatory requirements, Corporate policies, procedures and standards.
The Supervisory Base Engineer will need to travel as we will support the maintenance activities for Norman Wells, Whitehorse an Inuvik.
- Coordinate all maintenance activities with the Air Operator Base Manager/Pilot Manager and with the Chief Engineer when required to ensure that required maintenance is accomplished as required with the least impact on aircraft operations as possible;
- Develop and implement maintenance personnel work schedules in order to support aircraft flying operations as effectively as possible;
- Ensure that all personnel performing maintenance at his base are doing so in accordance with the duties and responsibilities outlined in the applicable in the Maintenance Control and Policy manual of CHL.
- Ensure that the base maintenance facilities are maintained in a clean and organized manner and that employee vehicles and other equipment are not stored or otherwise maintained in aircraft hangar facilities;
- In addition to the duties listed here, shall carry out all applicable duties and responsibilities listed for an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer listed in Section 3.6.4 of the Maintenance Control and Policy Manual.
- Hold a valid M1 and/or M2 AME license;
- Hold or have held Aircraft Certification Authority (ACA) on the AS350/355 and/or Bell 212 aircraft;
- Minimum of three (3) years of helicopter maintenance experience (previous experience as a Supervisory Base Engineer or Crew Chief is an asset);
- Excellent organizational, communication and leadership skills.
- Ability to work within a group environment.
Canadian Helicopters Income Fund (the Fund) is an unincorporated, open-ended, limited purpose trust. The Fund was created to indirectly...