Calibration Engineer - Air New Zealand

  • Liam S (Website Admin)
5 years 3 months ago #64 by Liam S (Website Admin)
Calibration Engineer - Air New Zealand was created by Liam S (Website Admin)
A job opportunity is currently available within Air New Zealand Calibration Services. Please see the below description provided by Air New Zealand.
Refer here for more information.
Applications close October 7th, 2015.

Calibration Engineer - Air New Zealand (Christchurch)

Calibration Services need another set of hands in our Christchurch Laboratory.
The Calibration Centre carries out work in a wide range of areas: Electrical, Temperature, Pressure, Mechanical, Dimensional and Flow. The role will include carrying out calibration and repair work in accordance with approved data, customer requirements and company procedures. We support the Calibration needs of Air New Zealand, many South Pacific airlines/MROs and selected industrial customers.
The successful candidate will be a motivated individual who wants to work as part of a small, highly productive team. Quality orientated with sound judgement, attention to detail and someone who proactively ensures that a Safety and Compliance Culture is in place at all times. Our motto is Safe, Compliant and Efficient!
Preference will be given to individuals that have:
• Previous metrology experience in an ISO 17025 environment
• Relevant Avionics/Electronics or Electrical training/qualifications
We pride ourselves on innovation, quality and delivery of service to ensure we remain at the forefront of our field in all areas, whether serving our customers in the air, or in our engineering departments our focus is excellence in everything we do. Communication skills are important as is an ability to relate and interact with a wide range of people on a day to day basis. A strong customer focus and with excellent time management skills are essential.
Please apply now through the
Air New Zealand Website if you have the relevant experience - you can find a Position Description on our website.

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