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Last Updated: Aug 1st, 2023

Tronosjet Maintenance Inc – AME-E licensed Engineer


A Canadian licensed AME-E is responsible for leading the avionics installation, setup and testing of navigation, radio and electrical equipment on the aircraft while ensuring the work is carried out in accordance with Transport Canada Standards.


Summerside, PEI, Canada


Ranging from $25 – $35 per hour


Installation and Testing of Avionics Wire Harnesses and Equipment
• Manage Avionics installations and projects as assigned
• Work closely with sheet metal and mechanical teams to meet deadlines
• Use laser wire printer to produce specific coded wire and build wire harnesses to conform to Aircraft configuration.
• Install externally supplied harnesses and equipment as per specific aircraft configuration and install manuals.
• Collaborate with the Maintenance Manager department in making revisions to drawings to ensure they are correct to the installation
• Program, code, and configure equipment as required for operation by completing software downloads for basic aircraft systems and radios, ensuring updates to systems are completed and are the correct revision level prior to aircraft testing
• Carry out all required ground and flight testing to ensure correct operation of systems
• Perform pitot static and transponder tests prior to flight and sign log entries confirming completion
• Troubleshoot avionics systems for snags found during/after installation and testing
• Reference and understand internal and external systems manuals to ensure information is readily accessible during both the installation and function check
• Inspect and repair installations as required and carry out quality assurance checks in conjunction with the Quality department

Production Organization
• Complete work order sign outs for all tasks requiring completion
• Record all snags/defects/deficiencies found during the aircraft assembly process
• Ensure work packages are complete i.e. various documentation, parts/components required for production, work instructions
• Ensure production bay remains neat, tidy, organized and free from FOD prior to beginning aircraft production
• Maintain cleanliness of the work area and hangar through end of day clean up ensuring 5S is obtained on a daily basis including verification of/accounting for all tooling returned to applicable shop toolboxes

• Completion of a Transport Canada approved Aircraft Avionics Maintenance program
• TCCA AME-E License
• Previous experience on the BAE 146, Dash 8 classics, Q400 or ATR 42/72 is an asset
• Literacy Skills; able to read and interpret technical drawings, instructions, and manuals
• Able to follow instructions and standards for product quality and report non-conformances and quality concerns
• Follow company/industry safety regulations and guidelines; offer solutions, report concerns and proactively engage in product and personal safety
• Able to work within and lead in a team environment on day to day circumstances
• Able to identify and solve common problems during aircraft completion process
• Able to meet deadlines and work under pressure
• Strong troubleshooting skills and ability to rectify and communicate issues/snags to Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Health and Dental Benefits – fully covered by Employer
Employer RRSP contribution
2 weeks vacation per year
10 personal days per year

Please contact Dawn Bradley at