Global Pilot Simulator Training Group, CAE, is Looking for Simulator Technician for Texas Training Center

07th Nov 2022

Global Pilot Training Leader and Simulator Manufacturer CAE is looking to expand its simulator technician team in Dallas, Texas, United States. Please see an extract of the job post below.

“In this role, the Simulator Technician I will be expected to:

  • Perform routine technical tasks on site, in field or laboratory.
  • Receive training in the various phases of laboratory, office, plant or field technical work.

Key responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Learn and perform preventive maintenance tasks on the simulators and associated simulator systems.
  • Assist in diagnosing and correcting problems on the simulators and associated simulator systems.
  • Utilize maintenance management system to record and track maintenance activities.
  • Complete all designated training activities.
  • Perform pre-flight and post flight on designated simulators.
  • Perform basic visual alignments.
  • Run automatic Qualification Test Guide (QTG).
  • Assist with refurbishment and hardware modifications.
  • Learn and comply with CAE quality management system.
  • Provide customer service support and address customer needs in a timely manner.
  • Perform housekeeping functions to maintain the simulators as required.
  • Perform logistics duties, including parts received, repair, and testing/validation.
  • Perform administrative tasks as required.
  • Perform tasks to support the technical services group as required.


  • 2-year technical degree or 4 years in an electronic, avionic, or technical related field.
  • Minimum of 0 to 2 years of relevant experience.
  • Ability to work flexible shifts and to adapt to changing work schedules.
  • Ability to interpret system prints and schematics.
  • Proficiency in operating test equipment (oscilloscope, multi-meter, signal generator, logic analyzer, etc.).
  • Knowledge in analog and digital theory.
  • Computer literate (PC and/or computer mainframe/architecture).
  • Proficiency in soldering and circuit board repairs.
  • Some Knowledge of Microsoft Office tools and suite.
  • Fluency in English.

Physical Effort

  • The physical or muscular exertion required for lifting or moving objects (of at least 50lbs) and the resulting fatigue brought about by these activities.
  • Use of tools and operation of machines and equipment in a safe manner that does not compromise the safety of them, their colleagues or the equipment.
  • Work in positions that require constant sitting, standing, stooping, climbing, or repetitive motion, as well as working in a strained position or in confined spaces. Ability to safely move and work on equipment in confined spaces for reasonable periods of time.
  • The physical dexterity required in performing tasks that require hand/eye coordination and fine motor skills.”

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