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To enable smarter farming for a better New Zealand ™
Ka pūkekotia a Rongomātāne, ka poho kererū a Aotearoa
About the Role:
We’re on the lookout for high-calibre Aircraft Maintenance Engineers – both licensed (LAME) and un-licensed (AME) – to join our multi-disciplined Engineering team in Whanganui. This is a critical role in which you will be responsible for carrying out maintenance tasks to ensure all our aircraft in the workshop are delivered to our pilots meeting all CAA and standard operational requirements in a timely and efficient manner. An opportunity to work on New Zealand’s largest fleet of turbo-prop powered agricultural aircraft, Ravensdown Aerowork operates 11x PT6 engined Cresco aircraft.
Ravensdown Aerowork is Part 145 and 148 certified with a capacity to rebuild and repair almost every component used on the Cresco aircraft type and has New Zealand’s largest stockholding of type spares. As leaders in aerial application innovation, you will be part of the team which is at the cutting edge of developing smarter technology to New Zealand farmers.
You’ll have a passion for what you do, your attention to detail will be second to none, and you will be able to cope with pressure at times, while still exercising your excellent problem solving and decision-making skills.
Ideal Skills & Experience:
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How to Apply:
Please click ‘Apply Now’ to send your CV and cover letter to Lauren Chatterton, Senior HR Advisor or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close on 24th February 2019.
Ravensdown is committed to a drug and alcohol free workplace. The successful applicant will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test.