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11 days ago
Virtual Human Resources
Salary: TBD
Location: Equatorial Guinea
Job type: Contract
Contact: Marta Castro
Sector: Aviation
Job Role: Aeronautical Engineer Jobs

B1 Licensed Engineer - ATR

VHR are currently recruiting for an Experienced B1 Licensed Engineer to join a growing and well established aviation organisation to carry out Line Maintenance on the ATR 42 and 72.

Location: Africa

Start: ASAP

Duration: Full-time and long-term contract

Requirements

  • EASA B1 License
  • The right B1 Licensed Engineer will be required to be type rated and current on the following:
  • ATR 42-300 and ATR 72-200
  • Must hold a Valid EASA Licence.
  • Must hold a current Fuel Tank Safety EWIS and Human Factors certificate.

The Role

  • This will be a Line maintenance opportunity.
  • The Licenced B1 Engineer will need to be efficient whilst working individually as well as within a team.
  • Excellent communication skills is required.

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VHR is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.



VHR is an international technical recruitment organisation providing world leading recruitment services and solutions to the Aerospace & Aviation, F1 & Automotive, Engineering & Defence and Marine industries around the world.



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