Aircraft Licenced Engineer - B1

Posted 6 April by MPI

Job Title: Aircraft Licenced Engineer B1

Start date: ASAP

Duration: 6 months plus

Hours: Days and Nights ~12 hr shifts

4 on, 4 off OR 7 on , 7 off shift pattern available. hours are flexible.

Pay rate: £36.00 p/h LTD

A B1 Licenced Engineer is required for a 6 month+ contract at London City Airport working on the line.

Candidate’s MUST be type rated on Embraer 170/190 with recency for this contract role.

OR

Job Title: Licenced Aircraft Engineer - B1

Location: London City Airport

Start date: A.S.A.P.

Duration: Permanent

Basic Hours/ Shift: 4 on, 4 off. 12 hour shifts (2 days,2 nights)

Pay rate: £54,697

Role Purpose:

To carry out line maintenance on company aircraft to include scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and defect rectification in accordance with company, manufacturer and CAA procedures and legislation.

Dimensions

Shift Patterns:

4 on/4 off

Hours:

12 hour shift

Types of Aircraft:

Embraer 170/190 or other modern jets i.e B737, A320 etc

Uniforms:

Uniform provided by the Company

Principal Accountabilities

  • Carry out scheduled/unscheduled maintenance and defect rectification on Company aircraft.
  • Maintain the highest airworthiness, quality, safety and performance standards and ensure all company and legal requirements appertaining to aircraft maintenance and inspection are complied with.
  • Exercise fully the privileges of the Company Authorisations held.
  • Support company Charters and also the recovery of AOG and casualty aircraft as required across the Company network.
  • Work to the required Company and Health & Safety standards.
  • Carry out or arrange for the maintenance and/or repair of Company tooling, equipment and vehicles.
  • Build and maintain good relationships with key stakeholders.
  • Complete and maintain compliance with all Company training requirements required to carry out the role.
  • Support the Shift Supervisor and Station Maintenance Manager with any required project

Qualifications

Essential:

  • EASA Unrestricted Part 66 Licence B1 with at least one type rating
  • Recognised Aircraft Engineering Apprenticeship or Training

Desirable:

Embraer 170/190 type approval

Exp & Knowledge

Essential:

  • Previous experience of working within a Line Maintenance environment
  • An awareness of Health and Safety rules and regulations surrounding an LAE function
  • Experience of working to regulations i.e. using manuals, related manufacturers’ publications as necessary

Desirable:

Awareness of airline operational requirements

Skills

Essential:

  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to demonstrate a flexible approach to duties
  • Ability to work on own initiative and under minimal supervision
  • A willingness to extend licence coverage and attend and pass aircraft type courses as required
  • Ability to work to all approved Company documents, Procedures and Policies
  • To take pride, ownership and responsibility for work completed
  • A willingness to provide support to all individuals and teams within the company
  • Ability to represent the Company in a professional and respectful manner

Engineering IT systems/programs

Special

Essential:

  • Current Full UK/Foreign Equivalent Licence
  • Fluent in English language, or to a minimum of ICAO Level 4 standard *as per CAA requirements for holding an Airside Driving Permit
  • Ability to work in an airside environment and to be able to obtain a full airside pass.

Organisational Competencies

• Demonstrates responsibility for own work and development

• Work with the customer and company at the heart of everything we do

• Communicate the right information in the right way

• See change as an opportunity

• Considerate and respectful in all aspects of working

Required skills

  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • B1

Application question

Do you hold recency on desired aircraft type (modern Jets)?

Reference: 34841874

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