MTU Maintenance Canada is the North American member of the MTU Maintenance network of companies, the largest independent provider of commercial engine maintenance services worldwide. Quality, efficiency and innovation are our strengths. You, too, can become part of our dedicated team in Delta, BC as
Code: MMT3 / 23261
Salary: $25.85–$29.43 per hour
The Apprentice is responsible for learning about disassembly, assembly, inspection and test stand work on gas turbine engines and aeronautical components/accessories.
Typical duties and responsibilities include implementing work plans by following instructions from various sources, using test and measuring equipment to carry out work, recognizing and reporting defects on parts, assemblies, engines, and accessories, certifying correctness of work and performing preliminary inspections, raising and creating repair documents and ordering parts.
Skills and Qualification:
- Must have completed a recognized AME or GTE course or equivalent entry qualification.
- Must have mechanical aptitude.
- Must have knowledge of engine components/accessories.
- Must possess good interpersonal skills, organizational skills and cooperates well with others
- Must be able to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing
- Interpersonal Skills
- Enhancing People Skills
- Problem Solving and Decision Making
- Maintenance Policy Manual
- Service Bulletins
- Manufacturers Standard Practices
- MTU Forms and Records
- Mechanical Drawing
- Inspection Procedures
- Windows (Word, Excel, Outlook)
The Perks (The Good Stuff):
- Generous Relocation Package available to eligible candidates
- We offer great benefits from your first day (no waiting period)
- 100% match company pension
- Extended Medical and Dental Programs
- Disability Insurance
- Employee and Family Assistance Program
- Life Insurance
- Vision Care and Rx Safety Vision Program
- Free On-site Parking
Go to our website, to learn more about us. After your application is received, hiring managers will review for potential next steps.
MTU supports diversity in the workplace, and encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, aboriginal persons, and persons with disabilities.
Applicants must be authorized to work in Canada without sponsorship. Official Social Insurance Number documentation must be presented when requested.