Technical Publications Application Support Specialist

Company Name:  MHI RJ Aviation ULC
Location: 

Downsview, ON, CA, M3K 1Y5

Description: 

Technical Publications Application Support Specialist

There’s a New Energy on Board! Our company MHI RJ Aviation Group (MHIRJ) provides comprehensive critical operational, engineering and customer support solutions including maintenance, refurbishment, technical publications, marketing and sales activities for the global regional aircraft industry. Headquartered in Boisbriand, Quebec, and bolstered by an Aerospace Engineering Center, MHIRJ’s network of service centers, support offices and parts depots are positioned in important aviation hubs in the U.S., Canada and Germany. A wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, MHI RJ Aviation Group includes MHI RJ Aviation ULC (Canada), MHI RJ Aviation Inc. (U.S.A.) and MHI RJ Aviation GmbH (Germany).

MHIRJ is seeking an Technical Publications Application Support Specialist who is smart, curious and loves the challenge of solving problems that improve people’s lives.  You’ll collaborate with a fun and close-knit agile team.

 

 

In your role, you will:

  • Support our Integrated Electronics Publication Application (IETP) and current and future Publishing System
  • Make code changes to the IETP application where required for new features or bug fixes
  • Support the middleware connecting IETP to other infrastructure 
  • Provide support to our customers on IETP and publishing system issues.

 

Qualifications

 

As our ideal candidate, you

  • Experienced in Java, Solr
  • Experienced with Linux (Redhat, Ubuntu)
  • Familiar with Microsoft Azure
  • Familiar with html, js, java,
  • Familiar with SQL, MySQL
  • Familiar with Python
  • Experience with Azure Devops
  • Omnimark knowledge is an asset
  • Fluent in English required, French is an asset
  • Familiar with Microsoft 365 office suite

 

 

Position Details:

• Located at Mississauga, Ontario

 

MHIRJ is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities to apply.