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 

Repair Engineering Intern

Code: MMED / 23275

Salary:  $19.50 - $25.00 per hour

The Repair Engineering Intern will have a supporting role in a larger repair project and/or leading role in small and/or medium repair projects. A repair project represents the implementation of an in-house capability including cleaning, inspection and/or repair. 

Internship duration: October 10th 2023 - September 27th, 2024

Your Tasks:

  • Design and procurement of special equipment NX10, 3D printing, purchasing etc. 
  • Procurement of consumables and materials 
  • Consumable equivalency process CER's
  • Tooling equivalence process TVR's
  • Drafting technical orders TO's
  • Issuing work instructions
  • Provide technical support to the production departments TryOut's
  • Economic analysis
  • Technical feasibility studies 
  • Preparation of technical specification documents
  • Preparation and presentation department figures
  • SAP data review 

Our Requirements:

  • Analytic thinker
  • Good communication skills
  • Strong technical background
  • Theoretical and hands-on knowledge
  • MS Office experience using Word, Excel, and PPT 
  • Interest and basic knowledge of aviation industry

The Perks (The Good Stuff):

  • Insights into practical work in aviation as an innovative, high-tech industry
  • Exciting jobs that carry responsibility and are performed in an atmosphere of team spirit
  • Company Events
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Employee and Family Assistance Program
  • Free On-site Parking
  • Discounted Food

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.