Who We're Looking For
We are looking for young, dynamic, talented individuals who have an interest in
becoming simulator maintenance engineers. Ansett will provide training courses and mentoring programs to assist successful candidates in learning about our systems and applying relevant skills.
The Simulator Maintenance Engineer is responsible for maintaining a variety of simulator specific systems; computers, visual systems, and hydraulic systems. A good simulator technician has the ability to return to service our simulator equipment efficiently through experience, teamwork, and attention to detail. The role requires strong communication and interpersonal skills.
General Tasks and Responsibilities
• This role works across a 9-hour shift pattern as technical team member
• Perform timely pre-flight setup, corrective and preventive maintenance, cali bration, testing and inspection on Flight Simulator Training Devices (FSTD) i n accordance with applicable technical manuals and procedures. Our aim is t o maintain high quality and standards compliant to the aviation authority and our company's reliability targets
• Direct interface with airline pilots to understand and resolve simulator perfor mance related issues in a timely manner
• Operate Quality Test Guides including evaluating, annotating, filing, and organizing test results
• Effectively monitor and communicate the status of all equipment currently in operation, undergoing maintenance, repair, and/or modification
• Documentation of maintenance actions in appropriate records, daily commu nication including email, documents, inventory database, and work history l ogbooks. Provide equipment status reports as required
• Conduct routine inventory of spare parts, and initiate requests for replaceme nt components, spare parts, tools, supplies, test/support equipment
• Offer constructive suggestions and taking initiative to improve training equi pment performance and reliability
• May undertake special tasks as assigned by the Maintenance Team Leader