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Chief Engineer - Electrical System & Avionics


Mercator Aviation
Salary: Highly competitive salary and excellent benefits
Location: Europe (non-UK)
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Jan-Michael Lott
Sector: Maintenance
Job Role: Engineers Jobs
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Mercator Aviation are accepting applications for the position of Chief Engineer - Electrical Systems & Avionics for our world leading rotary developer client based in Europe.

 

Successful applicants will possess the following skill set/experience:


- Degree in Engineering 

- Experience as Chief Engineer or Senior Engineer in a rotary operation

- Rotorcraft development 

- EASA Part 21

- Aircraft certification

- Component testing

- German and English language skills are essential

 

Successful applicants will be offered a highly competitive salary, excellent company benefits and a clear path to career progression.

 


For full details please apply today with a copy of your CV!!

 



Mercator Aviation are accepting applications for the position of Chief Engineer - Electrical Systems & Avionics for our world leading rotary developer client based in Europe.

 

Successful applicants will possess the following skill set/experience:


- Degree in Engineering 

- Experience as Chief Engineer or Senior Engineer in a rotary operation

- Rotorcraft development 

- EASA Part 21

- Aircraft certification

- Component testing

- German and English language skills are essential

 

Successful applicants will be offered a highly competitive salary, excellent company benefits and a clear path to career progression.

 


For full details please apply today with a copy of your CV!!

 




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