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3 months ago
Oaklands Global Ltd
Salary: £100K Package
Location: UK
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: Gulfstream
Contact: Luke Tulleken
Sector: Licensed Maintenance - Base, Licensed Maintenance - Line
Category: B2 Licensed Engineer Jobs

Oaklands Global is currently working within a prestigious VVIP client based in the Middle East that is looking to recruit a highly experienced EASA or CASA B2 Licenced Avionics Engineer that is type rated and current on at least 2 of the following Gulfstream Types; GIV, 450, 550 or 650

This is a rare opportunity with a highly prestigious client that doesn’t come around very often, our client offer an excellent ex-pat relocation package and a very attractive tax free salary.  Additional  benefits include housing, private education for up to 4 children, BUPA medical and dental care for family and two flights per year for family.

The purpose of the role is to provide 24/7 maintenance to a fleet of Gulfstream and once you have successfully passed you probation you will assume the role of a flying spanner with a generous salary increase.

In order to be considered for this position candidates must have the following qualifications and skills;

·         EASA OR CASA B2 licence

·         At least one type rating from the following list is essential: G400, G450, G550 and G650

·         Must be able to work alone

·         Self- sufficient

·         Flexibility in work hours

For full details of the position please apply today with a copy of your CV and type ratings to join our VVIP Business Aviation client on a permanent basis in the Middle East as a B2 Avionics Engineer

Oaklands Global is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy

 

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