Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Job Title: Rotary & Fixed Wing AME 

Wisk Air Aircraft Maintenance Organization service provides a wide range of aircraft maintenance services to support our expanding fleet. We are currently looking for independent, detailed oriented, and motivated full-time AME's to work in the Thunder Bay hangar location

We are proud to offer our full-time employees:

  • Health and dental benefits package
  • Day time work schedules
  • Competitive hourly rate
  • Flight pay opportunities
  • Professional work environment
  • Healthy work life balance
  • Employee and family assistance program

 Duties and responsibilities

  • Report directly to PRM or floor manager
  • Troubleshoot aircraft structural, mechanical and hydraulic systems to identify problems and repair using approved technical documents and established procedures.
  • Remove and install aircraft parts associated with aircraft engines, airframe, landing gear, hydraulic systems, flight controls and other systems as required
  • Document all work accomplished in accordance with company policies
  • Complete and maintain company training
  • Identify ways for continuous improvement of maintenance process and safety
  • Maintain Wisk Air owned ground equipment
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Willing to travel to repair and/or conduct inspection when required


  • Certification as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME)
  • Turbine engine experience
  • Effective verbal and wrriten communication skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • Helicopter experience is an asset but not required
  • Flexibility to work shift work and overtime
  • RAAS experience is an asset but not required

 If this sounds right position for you, please submit you resume and tell us a bit about yourself, skills and abilities. Resumes can be emailed to or submitted in person at 520 Orville Weiben Cres.



Job Title: Helicopter Pilot

Wisk Air Helicopters is always on the lookout for pilots for our light, intermediate, and medium fleet.

Hiring Philosophy

We offer competitive wages, good accommodations, and regular schedules.

Required Qualifications

Light and Intermediate

  • 1500 Hours Rotary PIC
  • 500 Hours PIC on one or more of the following types: Bell 206 and 407
  • External Load / Long Line proficiency
  • Meet ASRD and BCFS Pilot Competencies
  • Preference to those with a Mountain Course and/or those with 500 hours of mountain experience


  • 3000 Hours Rotary PIC
  • 500 Hours on Bell 212/412
  • External Load / Long Line proficient
  • Meet ASRD and BCFS Pilot Competencies
  • Preference to those with a Mountain Course and/or those with 500 hours of mountain experience

Preference given to candidates with

  • Precision longline experience


Tech-savvy, strong communication with clients and staff, team player, good judgment and PDM skills, a commitment to high professional standards & safety, analytical skills, and an excellent work ethic.

Candidates with the right background and qualifications may be considered for endorsements, if you have a positive attitude and excellent work ethic but fall short of the required hours feel free to send us your resume.

Please send resumes with references to: and