Meet Jason Hick, an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) from Ornge's London Base.
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Ornge operates a fleet of both rotor and fixed wing aircraft. These aircraft allow Ornge the range of options needed to meet the unique challenges a province the size of Ontario presents. Our helicopters provide us a with nimble, flexible air presence that allows us to respond to calls in remote or inaccessible areas or on-scene for calls where urgent transport is needed and time is of the essence.
Ornge requires experienced, knowledgeable aircraft maintenance engineers to ensure our aircraft are maintained to Ornge’s high safety standards and are operational and available to transport patients across the province.
A career in Aviation at Ornge is exciting, challenging and rewarding. As an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, you are providing a critical service to the people of Ontario and helping ensure access to medical care for thousands of patients every year.
Ornge employs highly skilled aircraft maintenance engineers to service our fleet and ensure that Ornge’s high safety standards are maintained.
All maintenance staff are responsible for adhering to Ornge’s policies and procedures and ensuring they maintain Ornge’s high safety standards at all times. Candidates must be willing to travel and work in other Ontario locations where needs arise. Employees may be required to use respiratory protective equipment. They shall co-operate in attaining an effective fit of the equipment and in particular, be clean shaven to ensure an effective facial seal to provide for the health and safety of all employees.
Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU) represents Ornge Aircraft Maintenance Engineers. Compensation would be as per the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Collective Agreement. Learn more about general compensation and benefits.