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TARCG, The Aviation Recruitment & Consulting Group.
Location: Austria
Job type: Temporary
Aircraft type: DHC-8-400
Contact: Jack - Recruitment Manager
Sector: Maintenance
Category: Engineers Jobs, B1 Licensed Engineer Jobs

TARCG is currently recruiting several B1 Licensed Engineers for a 6-month winter program contract based in the Austrian Alps. Applicants should be type rated and current on the DHC-8/ Q400 and be willing to work within an MRO as part of its maintenance team.


Candidate requirements:


  • Holder of an EASA B1.1 License
  • DHC-8/Q400 Type Rating
  • Current on DHC-8/Q400
  • Base Maintenace experience
  • Right to work and live in the EU
  • Available 28th October



Contract Terms:


  • Hours: 200hrs per month
  • Term: 6 months with possible extensions
  • Accommodation: Self-catered apartment provided
  • Flights: Provided at the start and end of contract
  • Transportation: Shared hire car or local transport provided
  • Uniform: provided
  • Start date 28th October
  • Shifts: 80% Days 20% Nights - Day shift 7:30am – 6:00pm Night shift 5:30pm – 4:00am


Have the following documents ready for review!

a)   Recent CV

b)   Passport/photo or equivalent

c)   B1.1 License

d)   Type certificate

e)   Human factors certificate

f)    SFAR certificate

g)   EWIS certificate

h)   Recency documents



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