Are you an Aircraft Mechanic who is looking for a long term contract based in Luton? Do you have 5 + years post Apprenticeship Base Maintenance experience on the A320? JMC are recruiting for an aircraft mechanic for the following contract: Base/Line MaintenanceExperience on Airbus A320Night Shift 20.45-07.30 4on/4off12 Month ContractOwn basic tools required To apply, you will need to be able to...
Excel require a number of B2 licensed engineers for a contract in Germany starting as soon as possible. You must be type rated and current on either the 777, 757 or A330 and it would be a huge advantage if you hold a current German security clearance.
Performing base maintenance you will need to be able to provide the necessary currency documents plus HF, EWIS and Fuel Tanks Level 2.
Excel Technical Consulting are currently looking for an EASA B1 Licensed Engineer, with type rating and currency on the A320 CFM56 starting ASAP for 6 months in Austria.
This work will be night shifts conducting turn around checks and it is a rotational contract of 2 weeks on / 1 week off. If you also hold the V2500 engine on your license this will be a bonus but it is not essential.
There is o...
Excel Technical Consulting have a new contract available for EASA B1 engineers who are type rated and current on the B767 with PW and CF6 engines in Germany.
This contract is due to start on 1st April and will last for a minimum of 3 months with the potential for an extension. There is also a guaranteed 160 hours per month.
We are looking for experienced licensed engineers who have a strong bac...
CAE Parc Aviation are currently looking for Test Pilots with experience working on a new aircraft. This position will be based between Japan and the US.The aircraft is still in it's flight test stages and will require your experience to help this towards completion. This will take place between Moses Lake and Japan.They also hope that you would travel with the aircraft during the sales pha...
Job Title: B1 Licensed Engineer 737NG
Start date: Immediate
Duration: Long term
Job Description: Line maintenance
Shift Pattern: 6 on / off or similar (nights)
Qualifications and Experience:
Minimum 3 years working as a B1 Licensed Engineer
1 year working on the advertised aircraft type
At least 1 year working in Line Maintenance
Pay and Benefits:
MAINTENANCE MANAGER (ROTARY)
SALARY DoE + BENEFITS
Specialist Aviation Services (SAS) is one of the leading emergency services aerospace companies providing all facets of air support to Air Ambulance and Police operators, both in the UK and overseas.
The Maintenance Manager (MM) is responsible for a team of engineers, based at the company’s Headqua...
Lift your career to new heights. At Textron Aviation, our culture allows you to grow within the company while building your career. Developing new leaders and encouraging innovative ideas are critical to the success of our organization. The Textron Aviation segment of Textron Inc. is the leading general aviation authority and home to the iconic Beechcraft, Cessna and Hawker brands which account...
Job title and activities:
The Deputy Quality Manager is responsible for enforcing Quality policy.
He assists the Quality Manager in defining and drafting management’s quality policy as well as in deciding on objectives.
In accordance with the Quality Manager, he defines the quality reference documentation and ensures that it remains compliant with changes in regulations, standards or Cus...
Production Support Engineer - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Panasonic Avionics is the market leader in the world of In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity, offering sophisticated products and unparalleled service levels to deliver the ultimate in-flight experience through video, audio, games, software applications and telecommunications.
Our success is built upon our cutting-edge technolog...
Qualitair are looking for a number of B1 A320 licensed engineers to start as soon as possible for 4 weeks contract in Holland.
Flights+accommodation+local transportation provided.
If you are available and would be interested please apply via the link below.
Line Up Aviation is a world leader in the recruitment of Aviation and Aerospace professionals and has been operating for more than 28 years. We work with some of the industry’s best known companies who demand the very highest standard of applicants.ClientOur client is looking for Unlicenced Engineers type rated on the Fokker 50, for a 1-2month contract based in Iceland Keflavik Airport.Ov...
Line Up Aviation is a world leader in the recruitment of Aviation and Aerospace professionals and has been operating for more than 28 years. We work with some of the industry’s best known companies who demand the very highest standard of applicants.ClientOur client is looking for B1 Licenced Engineers type rated on the Fokker 50, for a 1-2month contract based in Iceland Keflavik Airport.O...
BaseLine on behalf of our client require B1 Licensed Engineers to join their team on a permanent basisPosition: B1 Licensed EngineerLocation: IrelandAircraft types: Bae 146Tooling: Own Tooling requiredCandidates must have previous certifying experience on Bae 146 aircraft and provide valid continuation training.Interested candidates please apply via link below or contact our...
BaseLine on behalf of our client require B1 Licensed Engineers to join their team on a contract basis.
Position: B1 Licensed Engineer
Project Details: Line Maintenance
Aircraft types: A320 (CFM56 & V2500) and Dash Q400
Shifts: Combination of days and nights
Hours: minimum 180 hours per month
Tooling: Own Tooling Required
B747-400 (PW) B1 needed.
ideally current on type.
2 x evening transit checks per week
local Engineer preferable.
every week but cover can be provided for any weeks that people need off for holiday etc...
excellent rates of pay
Baseline on behalf of our client require B1 Licensed Engineers to join their team on a contract basis.
Position: B1 Licensed B767 (CF6).
Project Details: Base Maintenance.
Shifts: As required by our client.
Hours: Minimum of 40 hours per week.
Flights: Are provided start and end of contract.
Start Date: Immediate.
Accommodation/Local transport: weekly allowance provided.
Candidates must be curr...
Aircraft engineers (sometimes called aeronautical or aerospace engineers) keep planes in the air. They are the ones that check them over and declare them airworthy: aerospace engineers have an incredible position of responsibility, with the lives of hundreds of passengers in their capable hands. Like aircraft mechanics and aircraft technicians, many aerospace engineers are based at airports, and will examine aircraft upon landing to make sure it is fully operational and safe for flight.
Aerospace Engineering is a broader field than that however; and unlike those mechanics and technicians, aricraft engineers are often involved in the production and design of the aircraft and their systems themselves. Some aerospace engineers supervise any or all stages of aircraft production, including design and manufacture, and even faesability: looking into proposed plans and determining whether they are financially and physically possible.
Engineers will work for a range of companies, and their roles can range from developing new weapons systems and cutting edge technology for someone like BAE systems, to being the feet on the ground for an airline like Virgin, keeping passengers and planes safe. If it’s technical, and to do with planes, there will be an aeronautical engineer not far away.
Almost all engineers will have at least a batchellors degree and many will have a masters and more: this degree will be in a technical engineering subject, and specific aerospace engineering degrees are becoming increasingly popular. But because of the wide range of components and specialties required to make an aeroplane however, degrees in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and even software and materials are equally prized.
Electrical engineers might develop and maintain the complex navigaitonal and self monitoring systems, while software engineers would be employed to develop the software to use with these systems. Mechanical engineers would work with the moving parts, anything from engines to ailerons, while materials engineers might develop a new coating for the plane’s shell, enabling it to fly higher than ever.
Salary, as ever, is related to experience. Starting salaries for aircraft engineers tend to be between £20,000 and £25,000 however slightly more experienced aerospace engineers can earn between £28,000 and £40,000. Salary for senior engineers, such as project leaders is usually from £45,000 to £60,000.