2525 - METHODS ENGINEER - AFTERNOON SHIFT - cv, word doc only - 12+ Mths
Toronto, ON
Support the Client Final Line Assembly activities for a timely resolution of production line issues related to system integration.

Witness system functional testing and conduct technical investigations / troubleshooting on Hydro-Mechanical Systems (ATA 27, ATA 29, ATA 32), analyze and develop solutions / recommendations.

Support production to resolve non-conformance (NCR), tooling issues and procedure clarification / correction.

Track and ensure successful implementation of systems installations and modifications

Support the line by producing return into service (RTS) documentation.

Develop good working relationships with various departments within BA and with all suppliers

Bachelor Degree in Engineering or Master Degree (Aerospace Manufacturing, Aircraft Maintenance etc.).or a diploma from a technical college.

3-8 years%u2019 experience in aircraft Electrical and Avionics systems (Communication, Electrical Power, Indication/Recording Systems, Navigation, and Information Systems)and / or in Hydro-Mechanical Systems (Fly-by-Wire systems, Wing High-Lift, Landing gear, Hydraulic Systems).

Experience in providing support / troubleshooting to Aircraft Maintenance / Final Line / Production Line / Test Bench / Simulator.

Are process oriented.

Possess strong analytical skills, you are a quick learner.

Are a team player, able to work in high-stress environment.

Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Autonomous persons, capable of managing time and prioritites

Must have a good knowledge of MS Office and Requirements Management tools.

Knowledge of SAP is an asset.

Knowledge of MES is an asset.