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B1/C A320 Licensed Engineer


Carbon60
Salary: Flights/accom/transport- 3 days work
Location: Czech Republic
Job type: Contract
Contact: Sarah Aiken
Sector: Licensed Maintenance - Base
Job Role: B1 Licensed Engineer Jobs
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Carbon60 is currently looking for a B1/C Licensed Engineer (A320) to support 4 paint inputs in Ostrava, Czech Republic on a four week contract basis

The contract is due to start ASAP and will be two half days and an extended day at the end of each input, over a week long input. The first day is putting it into paint hangar, second is bare metal inspection, and the last is A/C weigh, paperwork close off, rebuild and daily check

The successful engineer must hold an EASA Part 66 B1/C license and be able to prove recency on the A320 (both engines)

Each week will be paid at £1100 for effectively 3 days work.

Flights, accommodation and transport to the paint shop is provided

The successful B1/C engineer must be available for 4 weeks, flexible with working hours and able to work off their own initiative.

In order to apply to the Primary B1/C Licensed engineer position you must have the following documents
· Initial HF/HF/FTS/EWIS
· EASA Part 66 B1/C License
· A320 (both engines) type rating
· Type certs and proof of recency
· Own Tools
· Right to work in the EU


Please contact the Exeter office if you have any queries

Carbon60 looking forward to hearing from you

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.

Carbon60 is currently looking for a B1/C Licensed Engineer (A320) to support 4 paint inputs in Ostrava, Czech Republic on a four week contract basis

The contract is due to start ASAP and will be two half days and an extended day at the end of each input, over a week long input. The first day is putting it into paint hangar, second is bare metal inspection, and the last is A/C weigh, paperwork close off, rebuild and daily check

The successful engineer must hold an EASA Part 66 B1/C license and be able to prove recency on the A320 (both engines)

Each week will be paid at £1100 for effectively 3 days work.

Flights, accommodation and transport to the paint shop is provided

The successful B1/C engineer must be available for 4 weeks, flexible with working hours and able to work off their own initiative.

In order to apply to the Primary B1/C Licensed engineer position you must have the following documents
· Initial HF/HF/FTS/EWIS
· EASA Part 66 B1/C License
· A320 (both engines) type rating
· Type certs and proof of recency
· Own Tools
· Right to work in the EU


Please contact the Exeter office if you have any queries

Carbon60 looking forward to hearing from you

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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