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about 1 year ago
Signature TechnicAir
Salary: £45,000-£50,000
Location: London, London Luton Airport
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: Cessna, Embraer
Contact: Ed Griffith
Sector: Maintenance, Licensed Maintenance - Line
Category: Engineers Jobs, B1 Licensed Engineer Jobs

Due to the continued growth of its Luton based Mobile Service Unit, CSE Citation Centre is looking to recruit an EASA B1 Line Maintenance Engineer with Embraer 135/145 experience and type ratings. The addition of Cessna Citation type ratings/experience would be an advantage. Applicants should have at least 5 years aircraft maintenance experience and be capable of working under their own initiative. The successful candidate must be a dynamic individual with excellent customer service skills, capable of working under pressure with a can do attitude to achieve excellence whist observing airworthiness and HS&E requirements. The Luton MSU operates a 4 on 4 off shift system.

CSE Citation Centre Luton MSU is based at Luton Airport.  Benefits include; shift premium, London Area Supplement, Company Pension Scheme, 25 days paid holiday and company uniform.  CSE is a BBA Aviation PLC company.

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