The Canadian province of Quebec holds endless opportunities for international professionals who wish to pursue their respective occupations after landing in the Canadian land. Many of you might have been dreaming of pursuing a career of an aircraft assembler or an aircraft assembly inspector in cable and circuit assembly. Quebec is the right international destination to pursue the same. Let’s have a look at the main duties attached to this occupation in the Canadian province:
- One of the duties that an aircraft assembler is required to perform is to accumulate and then install pre-fabricated parts in order to manufacture aircraft subassemblies.
- An aircraft assembly inspector is responsible for examining various aircraft assemblies before they are being used in engineering specifications.
In Quebec, aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors in the area of cable and circuit assembly are employed by aircraft subassembly manufacturers. The occupations are however, not regulated in the province. Individuals who wish to pursue these occupations are required to obtain an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) license (Category E – Avionics).
In the year 2008, Quebec had about 6,000 professionals in the occupations. The same year, a good 98 percent of professionals were employed in full-time job in the province. According to the 2005 stats, the average yearly income of a full-time aircraft assembler/aircraft assembly inspector was 57,000 Dollars.
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