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3 months ago
Qualitair
Location: Farnborough Airport
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: Beech Aircraft Corporation
Contact: Stuart
Sector: Maintenance, Licensed Maintenance - Base
Category: Engineers Jobs, B2 Licensed Engineer Jobs, B1 Licensed Engineer Jobs

My client in Farnborough is looking for B1 and B2 Licensed engineers with Beechcraft 90,200, 300 series type.

Main duties include:

Carry out schedules base and line maintenance activities at Farbourough

AOG activities

Travel to and work at other GAEL bases for short periods of time as required

Compliance with GAEL maintenance organisation exposition and published processes and procedures

Ensuring health and safety procedures, process and COSHH are observed at all times both personally and by those under supervision

Ensuring day to day housekeeping is kept to high standard

Comply with all procedures listed in current staff company handbook

if required assist commercial dept in generating estimates for line or base maintenance services giving advice on man hours/parts/services and any likely additional costs.

Hours per week 40 additional hours available when required to suit the business need.

Other benefits include private health car pension, life assurance travel insurance 28 days annual leave inclusive on f bank holidays.

 

Interested then please apply today...

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