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about 1 year ago
Carbon60
Salary: Competitive
Location: Nigeria
Job type: Contract
Contact: Sarah Aiken
Sector: Licensed Maintenance - Line
Category: B2 Licensed Engineer Jobs, B1 Licensed Engineer Jobs

Carbon60 has an opportunity for an experienced B1/B2 Licensed engineer to work in Lagos, Nigeria on an ongoing contract basis.

The contract is due to commence ASAP and will be preforming line maintenance tasks on the B737NG

The successful B1/B2 Licensed Engineer must hold an EASA Part 66 License and be type rated and recent on the B737NG

The shift pattern will be determined by the requirement on site but will be a mixture or days/evenings and night shifts will be required

The package includes secure compound accommodation, flights and VISA.

In order to apply you must be able to provide the following documentation

· Initial and Refresher HF certificate
· FTS 1 and 2
· EWIS
· EASA Part 66 License- B1and B2 License
· Recency letters for the B737NG confirming maintenance carried out on the aircraft for a minimum of 6 months in the last 24
· Passport
· Updated CV

Please contact Carbon60 Exeter onif you need any more information

The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency.

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