Duties of Aircraft Instrument/Electrical/Avionics Mechanic, Technician and Inspector

The occupations of an aircraft instrument/electrical/avionics mechanic, technician and inspector are in great demand in the Canadian province of Quebec. If you are one of those aspirants who wish to immigrate to Canada and pursue the any of these occupation, then Quebec makes the perfect choice. But, before you move, it is important for you to know a little about the labor market of Quebec. Now, let’s discuss a few duties attached to these occupations:

  • Aircraft instrument/electrical/avionics mechanic, technician and inspector are required to do perform tasks related to repairing/installing/adjusting/overhaul various instruments and systems of aircrafts.

These occupations are not regulated in the Canadian province. Individuals interested in pursuing these occupations are required to obtain an ‘AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer) license (Category E – Avionics)’. The license is provided by Transport Canada.

Quebec had about 4,000 professionals engaged in the occupations in the year 2008, out of which 92 percent professionals were men. The same year, a good 97 percent professionals were employed in full-time jobs. As per the 2005 stats, average yearly income of a full-time employee was 59,000 Dollars.

Contact an Immigration and visa Consultant to learn more about the labor market of Quebec.

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