CAE in Germany is Looking for Simulator Support Engineer/Technician
Global Pilot Training Group and Simulator manufacturer – CAE is looking for it’s operational team in the European Air Transport Training Center in Germany for a FSTD Support Engineer/Technician. Please see extracts from the job post below;
“The FSTD Support Engineer/Technician is responsible for activities in the following areas, but not limited to:
- Assist in diagnosing and correcting problems on the simulator and associated simulator systems.
- Learn and perform Preventive Maintenance (PM) tasks on the simulator and associated simulator systems.
- Utilize Maintenance Management System to record and track maintenance activities.
- Perform preflight and post flight on all simulators.
- Run Qualification Test Guide (QTG).
- Complete all designated training activities.
- Perform basic Visual systems related tasks such as visual alignment, etc.
- Assist with refurbishment and hardware modifications.
- Learn and comply with CAE Compliance and Safety Management System.
- Provide customer service support and address customer needs in a timely manner.
- Perform logistics duties, including parts received, repair, and testing/validation.
- Perform housekeeping functions to maintain the simulators as required.
- Perform administrative tasks as required.
- Perform tasks to support the technical services group as required.
- Comply with Health and Safety Regulations in an Aviation Training Environment.
Qualifications and skill set requirements:
- Technical College Diploma or Degree in Electronics or Electrical or Aviation related field; with at least 3 years of relevant experience.
- Must have the rights to work in the EU.
- Excellent knowledge of the English language, read, spoken and written.
- Highly Engaged and Motivated individual.
- Good Workmanship and strong sense of Teamwork.
- Demonstrate Initiative and ability to perform assigned tasks under minimal supervision.
- Highly Customer oriented and must be able to deal tactfully in sensitive situations.
- Ability to work flexible shifts and adapt to changing work schedules.
- Good knowledge of MS-Office tools and suite.
- understanding of aircraft terminology or simulation devices and aviation training business.
- Ability to interpret schematics and other technical documents pertaining to aviation.
- Possess adequate basic troubleshooting skills as well as having good knowledge of how to use electronic test equipment as well as how to use software diagnostic utilities.
- Knowledge of Analog and Digital principle and theory.
- Basic understanding and comprehension of Avionics, Motion and Visual systems.
- Computer Literate (PC and/or computer mainframe/architecture and Networking).
- Basic knowledge of at least one of the following operating systems; UNIX, Linux; WindowsNT/XP; AIX.
- knowledge of local and International Regulations (EASA), with demonstrated experience, as they pertain to Flight Simulation Training Devices.
- Understanding of Health and Safety regulations.”
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