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...into a job in aviation?

Quebec’s Nolinor are flying potential candidates to YMX. I’m guessing it’s a recent or soon to be graduating class from Eduard Monpetite aviation maintenance college at St. Hubert. 

A good time to hold any kind of aircraft maintenance license. 

https://montrealgazette.com/business/local-business/aerospace/all-aboard-nolinor-woos-job-seekers-with-free-flights?utm_source=skies-daily-news-news-from-the-web&utm_campaign=skies-daily-news&utm_medium=email&utm_term=news-news-from-the-web&utm_content=V1

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posted earlier in AME forum: https://theairlinewebsite.com/topic/515209-ame-looking-for-work-airline-looking-for-ames-and-will-fly-you-to-your-interview/

Besides the aircraft mechanic positions, Nolinor wants to fill dozens of ground and administrative jobs that haven’t even been advertised yet, Prud’homme said. Wages for mechanics fresh out of school start at about $18.50 an hour, plus benefits.

 

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12 hours ago, conehead said:

They’re not showing enough money.

I wonder what they offer an experienced AME.  The per hour quoted is for someone right out of school.

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59 minutes ago, Marshall said:

I wonder what they offer an experienced AME.  The per hour quoted is for someone right out of school.

If they can’t improve the pay scale as people progress they’d better install a revolving door at their hangar entrance.

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More jobs available for those qualified and even those who are not yet. It’s possible airplanes will be parked because there’s no one to sign them out. Forget about a pilot shortage. The northern operators in Canada are going to have a hard time competing for future talent. A -50c engine change near a snow bank or a nice warm hangar in major Canadian city?

“For our entry level roles we provide on-the-job training that allows you to work towards a certification,” said Unen. “If you have a great attitude and are ready to learn and grow with us, we’d love to hear from you.”

Full story:

https://www.skiesmag.com/press-releases/kf-aerospace-opens-its-doors-across-canada-for-expansion-career-fairs/?utm_source=skies-daily-news-todays-news&utm_campaign=skies-daily-news&utm_medium=email&utm_term=todays-news&utm_content=V1

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