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Ottawa Maintenance Manager


SGL is currently seeking an experienced Maintenance Manager to join its Aircraft Maintenance department based at the company's headquarters in Ottawa. The position may require occasional field work at locations around the world.

Responsibilities of the Position

  • Oversee the maintenance functions of the company performed in Ottawa. This includes all non-specialized maintenance in avionics, composites and sheet metal;
  • Equipment training for maintenance personnel in Ottawa;
  • Ottawa based personnel scheduling, ensuring the timely completion of all scheduled and unscheduled aircraft maintenance and advising the Director of Maintenance (DOM) of any work performed that is considered a major modification or repair;
  • Communicate with the DOM on any aircraft deficiencies or equipment malfunctions;
  • Ensure the Ottawa based ACAs have current technical information, adequate spares and tooling to perform aircraft maintenance in an appropriate and timely manner;
  • Ensure the maintenance of all of the AMO’s shop and hangar tools and equipment in Ottawa;
  • The completion of component maintenance and ensure the associated work orders are completed in accordance with internal procedure;
  • Perform receiving inspections on incoming supplies or items manufactured by SGL when authorized, including the signing of release tags or aircraft maintenance releases;
  • Ensure the safe operation of the department and to report any HSE issues to the HSE committee and the DOM in a timely fashion;
  • Assist in the auditing of the department and carry out corrective action plans when not in conflict with the performance of maintenance;
  • Understand, comply with and promote all company safety precautions and policies including reporting hazards and incidents encountered in daily operations;
  • Maintain a positive attitude toward personal and professional growth;
  • Attend any training deemed necessary; and
  • Be able to assume the responsibilities of the DOM if requested.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Valid Transport Canada AME “M” licence and significant experience on at least one turbine and one piston engine type of aircraft operated by SGL;
  • Experience on C208, DHC-6, BN2 or other GA aircraft a definite asset;
  • Willingness to travel internationally for occasional field work;
  • Knowledgeable understanding of Canadian Aviation Regulations;
  • Valid passport and driver's licence; and
  • Ability to obtain Transport Canada restricted area pass.