Air Inuit is looking for talent! – ***New salary scale***

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Air Inuit is looking for talent! – ***New salary scale***

#1 Post by LBRH » Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:13 am

Air Inuit est à la recherche de talents ! – ***Nouvelle échelle salariale***

Technicien d'entretien d'aéronefs
(3 postes permanent basé à Montréal)

• Être titulaire d’une licence M2 valide. La préférence sera donnée à ceux qui ont les certifications B300, DHC8 et B737;
• Avoir réussi les examens d’admissibilité à la certification OMA appelée Pouvoir de certification aéronef;
• Connaître les sections du MCM & MPM convenant aux spécifications de l’exploitation des aéronefs et les manuels de maintenance nécessaires dans l’exécution de ses tâches;
• Le candidat doit être capable de travailler de façon autonome et avoir un bon sens de l’organisation;
• Doit être en mesure d’obtenir et maintenir l’habilitation de sécurité de l'aéroport, incluant un permis de conduire côté piste.

Avantages sociaux et salaire
Salaire entre 64 915$ et 78 780$.
Air Inuit Ltée contribue à un régime enregistré d’épargne retraite (REER) de l’employé, à un plan d’assurances collectives (vie, médicale, dentaire, invalidité de courte et longue durée), trois (3) semaines de vacances, un programme d’allocation de retraite, l’accès à des tarifs aériens réduits et divers programmes innovateurs incluant une rétribution basée sur la performance.


SVP envoyer votre CV à Jonathan Caissy at jcaissy@altifica.ca
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Air Inuit is looking for talent! – ***New salary scale***

Aircraft maintenance engineer
(3 permanent positions based in Montreal)

• A valid M2 license. Preference will be given to the candidate holding B300, DHC8 and B737 endorsement(s);
• Have successfully completed the qualifying exam for AMO certification privileges;
• Be familiar with the appropriate parts of the MPM, MCM, aircraft operations specifications and maintenance manuals necessary for the performance of his/her duties;
• Applicant must be able to work autonomously and have good organizational skills;
• Must be able to obtain and maintain Airport Security Clearance (RAIC) including an airside driver’s permit.

Social Benefits and salary
Salary is between 64 915$ et 78 780$.
Air Inuit Ltd provides a company contributed RRSP, a Group Insurance (life, dental, health care, short and long-term disability), 6% vacation, a retirement allowance program, access to reduced airline travel rates and various other innovative benefits and recognition opportunities.

Please send your resume to Jonathan Caissy at jcaissy@altifica.ca
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#2 Post by Pat Richard » Sat Jun 09, 2018 9:06 pm

that's the revised pay scale?
Im thinking the talent that will be attracted to that pay scale in todays market will be reflective of that wage.

What was it for all the previous ad's?
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#3 Post by KISS_MY_TCAS » Sat Jun 09, 2018 10:43 pm

Wow, top wage is roughly what I earned in 2008. And that was working on things much smaller than Boeings, living in a city far more affordable than Montreal. What kind of talent are you trying to attract? :shock:
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#4 Post by Glasnost » Mon Jun 18, 2018 10:50 am

What they need to come up with is a dollars to bullshit ratio for AME compensation. What’s on you T4 doesn’t tell you any stories of endless overtime and away from base, babysitting a large number of useless apprentices, having to suck managements dick, working for a company that has unsafe practices resulting in fines, suspensions, and crashes, then to dodge all the drunk Indians on the way home.

Not that I’m interested. I left this retarded industry two years ago and couldn’t be happier.
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