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23 days ago
BBA Aviation
Location: Bournemouth, Bournemouth Airport
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Matthew Gough
Category: Engineers Jobs

Job Purpose

The Unlicensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer reports to the Shift Supervisor or Check Lead and is required to carry out approved maintenance processes to maintain airworthiness of the aircraft. This role involves highly skilled, complex and specialist work, maintaining aircraft systems according to approved requirements and work instructions, using relevant hand tools and equipment.


Main Responsibilities

  • To carry out maintenance actions and takes as detailed by the production Manager, Shift Supervisor, Check lead or Licensed Engineer

  • To ensure all tasks undertaken are carried out in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and company procedures and are duly certified on completion

  • To ensure that any issues that may affect the airworthiness of the product are bought to the attention of your Supervisor

  • To ensure any task completed and certified by themselves is over-signed by a Licensed Aircraft Engineer

  • To oversee and enforce company health and safety policy

  • Any other duties as reasonably requested


    Do you feel you have what it takes to join our team and have what it takes for this position?  Then why not apply.



    Salary and benefits will be discussed at the interview stage.

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