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VFC has openings for dispatchers with administrative skills, a good aptitude for technology, at least two years of customer service experience, an interest in aviation, and a commitment safety and providing excellent customer service every day. Training will be provided.
The Victoria Flying Club is looking for a full time Licensed AME M1 to perform inspections and maintenance of our fleet of aircraft which includes various Cessna 172 models and a Piper PA44-180. 12 aircraft in total.
The Victoria Flying Club is primarily a flight training unit with a small 703 air taxi operation and an AMO. The Victoria Flying Club's AMO also completes engine overhaul and repair of our fleets engines within our organization.
You can learn more about our operation at: Flyvfc.com
Candidates will be required the following:
- Valid and current AME M1 license.
- Documented proof of within the previous 2 years, maintaining single engine piston powered normal category aircraft for a minimum of six months.
- Documented proof of aviation human factors training.
- supply their own hand tools with the exception of calibrated tools such as torque wrenches etc.
- Show good work ethic and have the ability to complete tasks in a timely manner.
- Show a positive attitude and be able to work independently as well with others.
- Be physically fit and have the ability to crawl down small spaces such as the tail of a Cessna 172 if needed.
- The ability to work weekend shifts if needed.Initial wage is negotiable based on experience.
Victoria Flying Club also offers a benefits package which includes dental and extended health after an initial probationary period.
If you are interested in this position or want to find out more, please contact Gary van der Leer or send a resume to the email address provided.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Job Type: Full-time
Required licenses or certifications:
- AME M1
- previous 2 years, maintaining single engine piston powered normal category aircraft for a minimum of six months
- aviation human factors training