BaseLine on behalf of our client require SMW to join their team on a contract basis.
Project Details: Base Maintenance
Shifts: Upon Application
Hours: Upon Application
Tooling: Own Tooling required
Interested candidates please apply via link below or contact our recruitment team for further details
Line Up Aviation is a specialist aviation and aerospace recruitment company that has been operating all over the world for more than 29 years. We work with some of the industry’s best known companies who demand the highest standard of service and attention. Our client is now looking for a Mechanic/Fitter based in Manchester. - &nbs...
Line Up Aviation is a world leader in the recruitment of Aviation and Aerospace professionals and has been operating for more than 28 years. We work with some of the industry’s best known companies who demand the very highest standard of applicants.MechanicsI have a contract available in Malta for Mechanics on the following Aircraft Types:
DHC8 – Q100/ 200/ 300DHC8 – Q400BAE14...
Line Up Aviation is a world leader in the recruitment of Aviation and Aerospace professionals and has been operating for more than 28 years. We work with some of the industry’s best known companies who demand the very highest standard of applicants.Sheet Metal WorkersI have a contract available in Malta for Sheet Metal Workers on the following Aircraft Types:
DHC8 – Q100/ 200/ 300DH...
FPS Aviation are currently recruiting a number of aircraft mechanics to be based in Scotland for a 9 month contract
This will begin in October until at least June 2018 - with 2 weeks off at Christmas and New Year,
Hours will be around 60 per week - Rate is £16.00 per hour LTD plus £1.00 per hour retained bonus paid on the completion of the contract
We can a...
FPS Aviation are recruiting for a number of aircraft mechanics for our clients base maintenance facility in Europe
The contract starts in September and will run through to July 2018 with a two week shutdown at Christmas.
The rate is £16.00 per hour, working around 50-60 hours per week.
Flights and Hotel with breakfast are provided.
737NG experience would be preferred for this contract.
Competitive pay rate + Package on offer (Shift allowance, Pension, Health insurance, Child care.)
Aircraft: A330, A380, B747-400, B777
I am currently looking for Aircraft Mechanics to work for a massively expanding company, Over the next 2 years this company are looking to grow an already large team to double the size adding...
EASTERN AIRWAYS is an award winning independent regional airline. We have a track record of consistent growth and an outstanding reputation for delivering a first class service to all of our valued customers.
Due to continued airline growth, including the exciting introduction of Embraer 170 and ATR72 into the fleet, vacancies have arisen for Aircraft mechanics....
Full Time, Permanent Contract
Cargolux Airlines International S.A. has a new opening:
Experienced aircraft mechanic B1 and B2 AML License
Carry out avionic routine tasks/ checks and rectify avionic defects on the flight line and in the hangar
Ensure his (her) work is carried out following aircraft manufacturer's procedures and maintenance practices
Ensure duties are acco...
M&E are currently recruiting AH-64 experienced mechanics to work on contract in Afghanistan. You will be working towards a 90/30 rotation and you will receive an extremely high NET pay each week. Rotation flights via Dubai are included along with meals and accommodation on base. You will also receive an annually increasing bonus!
Criteria- 3 years AH-64 experience within the past 6 years.&n...
M&E are currently recruiting CH-47 experienced mechanics to work on contract in Kuwait. You will receive an extremely high NET pay per week along with an annual bonus. Flights via Dubai are included.
Criteria- 3 years CH-47 experience within the past 6 years.
£16 per hour + retention bonus
Accommodation around £100 per week
Up to 60 hours per week work
Long term contract
I am currently recruiting for a independently owned MRO who work with a global airline performing base maintenance on the fleet of B737NG. They are a growing in size and are looking to add multiple contractors ...
Aircraft Mechanic required on a base maintenance contract in the UK.
This contract will start immediately and run until June.
You will be required to perform routine & non routine maintenance on Boeing 737NG aircraft. Experience on this aircraft type is preferred but not essential.
Our client will guarantee 60+ hours per week.
The rate is £16p/h.
Morson International have an immediate requirement for an Aircraft Mechanic to work with our customer based at Manchester Airport in support of their current winter programme requirements.All applicants will have experience of working in a EASA Part 145 Base/Line maintenance environment.Qualifications/ExperienceAll applicants must have served a recognised apprenticeship and be able to demonstra...
Are you an experienced Aircraft Mechanic from a base maintenance background, looking for a new challenge at a progressive UK airline? This UK based organisation requires an Aircraft Mechanic to work base maintenance on their B737 & B757 fleet as part of their winter programme. The details of the Aircraft Mechanic contract are;Start: November - ongoing for Winter programmeLocation: LeedsRate...
Shorterm Group are recruiting multiple Aircraft Fitters to work for a leading airline within the UK. The role involves mechanical base maintenance, servicing engines and airframes on wide bodied aircraft. Requirements: - Previous wide bodied aircraft maintenance experience - Hold a valid Human Factors, EWIS and Fuel Tank Safety - The right to work in the UK If interested please
Job Title: Aircraft Mechanic
You therefor must have the right to work in the European Union
Duration: 4-8 months
Base Maintenance on 737NG aircraft
Approx. hours: 50 + per week
Qualifications and Experience:
Minimum 1 year working as a Aircraft Mechanic
1 year working on the advertised aircraft type
At least 1 year working in Base Maintenance
Pay and Bene...
Chevron Aircraft Maintenance's new hangar is Prestwick are recruiting for more mechanics!
We have several positions available to start in September, with interviews being undertaken in the upcoming weeks.
All applicants will need to provide the following documentation:
Fuel Tank Safety
Please apply online or contact the office f...
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The aircraft mechanic is a role similar to that of the aircraft engineer and aircraft technician, and just like those roles, they are needed to overhaul and maintain aircraft in order to keep them safe and in the air. Aircraft mechanics can be split into two broad categories; mechanical and avionic. Mechanical engineers work on all the moving parts, this means they are responsible for testing, maintenance and overhaul of engines, airframes, hydraulic and pneumatic systems on the plane. Avionic engineer is the other class of aircraft mechanic, and they deal with the complex electrical systems all aircraft have on board. Almost all of these are just as crucial to a modern aeroplane as the mechanical parts, and include the controls, instruments, navigation and communication systems.
As the aircraft mechanic is such a responsible and technical position, a strong foundation in maths and science is preferred. Mechanics will usually be employed by an airline, and work exclusively for that airline, gaining experience with the specific types of aeroplanes they operate. Due to the variation and individual character of different classes of aircraft, most mechanics will specialise in a specific aircraft family. Some of these airlines even offer apprenticeships as an entry point into the industry. These appreticeships are designed to give you a range of on the job training, and most will come out with a range of relevant qualifications. Anybody taking the apprenticeship scheme for Virgin Atlantic, for example, would leave with the following qualifications: National Vocational Level 3 Extended Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering, NVQ Level 3 Diploma On-Aircraft Maintanence and EASA Part 66 Category A, (and Category B1 or B2 modules, as required).
Salaries for aircraft mechanics vary by experience, usually starting between £18,000 ($29,000) and £22,000 ($35,000) raising to £30,000 ($48,000) to £40,000 ($64,000) for the more experienced mechanics. At the top end, senior aircraft mechanics can earn £50,000 ($80,000), £60,000 ($95,000) or more.