Now Hiring – Corporate Financial Officer
The Loomex Group, with headquarters on the grounds of the Peterborough Airport, specializes in aviation and emergency management. Now in our 10th year of business, the broad knowledge base of our team allows us to effectively deliver professional and quality-conscious products and services focused on aviation management, emergency management, training and consulting, and property management, to airports, municipalities, fire & police departments, hospitals and private enterprise.
The Corporate Financial Officer acts as a member of the Executive Team reporting to the President and CEO. The CFO provides strategic financial acumen, planning and forward thinking to ensure continued success for the company. Leadership, adrenaline and the ability to see the “big picture” are key attributes for the successful candidate in this senior leadership role.
To apply for this position, please send a resume and cover letter by Friday, January 25, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click HERE for full job description.
Our Office will be closing December 24th, 2018 at 4:30pm and opening again on January 2nd, 2019 at 8am to give our staff some much deserved time off to enjoy with family and friends.
On behalf of everyone here at The Loomex Group, we wish you a happy and safe holiday season! Thank you for a great 2018 and we look forward to providing our services to you in the new year.
For urgent matters please call 705-775-5022 or email email@example.com
Time to Make our Way Back!
That’s a wrap on our Whitehorse exercise at the Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport. It’s our passion preparing first responders for aviation emergencies. 5400 kms to go
Spot the Simulator!
Loomex has an exciting announcement, we are taking an early fall road trip! Proving our versatility and national reach, we will be traveling over 5400 kms to Canada’s North. Don’t miss your chance to spot our 40 foot simulator (photo below) as it travels from Peterborough, Ontario to Whitehorse, Yukon. Loomex has had the pleasure of training emergency managers, airport & hospital staff, police, fire rescue and EMS teams all over Canada.
Route Details – Monday September 24th Departure
- Sault Ste. Marie
- Thunder Bay
- Grand Prairie
- Fort Nelson
Many people think an aviation accident can only happen at an airport when the reality is aircraft incidents can happen anywhere at anytime. Is your team ready and trained to triage and manage a mass casualty aircraft emergency? Learn more about how Loomex can help! We have delivered this course all over Canada and would love to talk to you about brining our simulator to your community.
If you spot the Loomex Simulator don’t forget to post it and hashtag #Loomex. We want to promote aviation safety and your posts will help us do that!
24 Hour Disaster Training Course Coming in November!
We are thrilled that our upcoming 24 Hour Disaster Training course has been shared by two great online magazines. Check out the articles as well as the other great information they have to share!
To register for this course, click HERE
Loomex Welcomes a New General Manager
We are pleased to announce the addition of Matt Braithwaite as our new General Manager. Matt comes to us from Peterborough and The Kawarthas Economic Development and has a extensive business experience as well as knowledge of the aerospace and aviation industry through different projects he has worked on for the Peterborough Airport. Welcome to the team Matt!
Airport Manager Needed!
The Loomex Group, a fast-growing aviation firm, is now hiring a full-time Airport Manager for the Greenstone and Nakina Airports. These airports are located in “Nature’s Hometown” and surrounded by vast amounts of lakes and rivers, perfect for an outdoor enthusiast.
We are looking for an individual who:
- Has the skills and experience to be responsible for the daily operations, maintenance, and safety management systems for these airports
- Wants to be part of a great team environment
- Seeks opportunity for advancement and networking opportunities within the aviation industry
Relocation assistance may be provided for the right candidate.
Please email your resume by September 17th to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the full job description, click here.
Close Call at YPQ
An unfortunate reality for any airport is that incidents involving aircraft will happen at some point. The Peterborough Airport experienced just that this past weekend as the landing gear did not deploy on an aircraft coming in to land. Thanks to regular training for airport staff and emergency services the incident was handled perfectly and the pilot was able to walk away uninjured. For the full article click HERE.
The Summer 2018 IAAE Canada Airport Magazine
The Summer 2018 IAAE Canada Airport Magazine has been released and we are thrilled to be featured all throughout. Our President and CEO, Trent Gervais, wrote a great article (page 10) on hiring new employees in the aviation industry and what employers should consider when doing so. Our Assistant compliance Coordinator, Kevin Greatrix who graduated in 2017 from the Aviation Management Program, was also featured in an article (page 16) about going from being a student to taking on the work force. Lastly we are featured in an article about our emergency training course (page 18) that we have partnered with Emergency Preparedness Consultants Inc. offering those who attend three days of interactive training for responding to airside emergencies.
For the full articles please click HERE.
Looking Forward to Another Great 5 Years!
It has been such a great experience that past three years managing and taking care of the operations at the Kawartha Lakes Municipal Airport and we are so pleased to be able to continue doing so over the course of the next five years! For more details click here.