Aviation Recruit are currently looking for an EASA B2/Avionics licensed rotary engineer for a permanent opportunity in the UK
If you would like further details please submit a CV in the first instance highlighting which helicopter types you have experience or current type ratings on so that we can send you details of the relevant requirements.
Type rating or experience on Robinson types would b...
• Assembles, disassembles and/or modifies systems by changing, removing, replacing or upgrading aerospace vehicle components to correct failures or implement changes.
• Oversees assembly, disassembly or overhaul.
• Configures aerospace vehicles and bench test equipment.
• Troubleshoots complex pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical systems to isolate mechanical or electr...
BaseLine on behalf of our client require B1 Licensed Engineers to join their team on a contract basis.
Position: B1 Licensed Engineers
Start date: Immediate
Aircraft types: B737CL & Q400
Contract Duration: 2 months
Project Details: Line Maintenance
Hours per month: 160-200 hours per month
Accommodation: Hotel Provided
Excel Technical Consulting have a good opportunity for Sheet Metal Workers with production experience who can speak German or read in German for a 2-3 month contract.
You must be able to speak German or at least be able to read in German
Must have some production experience
Be available to travel in the next week or two
Contract rate is 26 EUR
Travel & Accommodation will b...
Our client is a very well-established company who deal with all things rotary related - they provide MRO services, aircraft sales and spares, air charters, flight training, flight experiences....Due to their continued success, they are now seeking additional licensed rotary engineers in the south of England on a permanent basis, working Monday to Friday, 08:30 - 17:00. The ideal candidate ...
28th June start date - ongoing contract
Aircraft mechanic -
VIP Maintenance, Must have base maintenance experience
35.80chf per hour - 44.75 after 45 hours
60 hours available
Fuel tank safety
Must be able to start on the 28th June
Excel are currently recruiting for an experienced Avionic/Electrical engineer with rotary experience for a 2 month contract based in Europe, starting in July
We need a confident wireman to assist our client with a number of modification installs, so previous experience of this type of work is essential, as is knowledge of working with rotary aircraft - if you have a fixed wing only ba...
Panasonic Avionics is the market leader in the world of In Flight Entertainment and Connectivity (IFEC), offering sophisticated products and unparalleled service levels to deliver the ultimate in-flight experience through video, audio, games, software applications and telecommunications. Our success is built upon our cutting-edge technology and outstanding customer service, driven by our corpor...
Job Summary To service and maintain all Ground Service Equipment (GSE) ensuring Swissport departments and other Swissport business units are continually supported with safe and reliable GSE that meets all local and CAA regulations (CAP-790). Job Responsibilities Operate and drive all types of GSE – motorised and non motorised Perform and show competence in preventive maintenance as per establi...
B1 - B737 NG Licensed Engineer
Duration: 1st July - end of August
Good rates of pay + accommodation and travel
We are currently recruiting for a B1 - B737 NG Licensed Engineer for a contact in France.
You must have 100 days on the B737 NG aircraft within the last 2 years
Applicants must already be eligible to work in the EU.
BCT Aviation Maintenance have a requirement for EASA B1/B2, B1 and B2 B777-RR Licensed Engineers for our Line Station in Lagos.
This contract has a rotation of 8 weeks on 4 weeks off, flights, accommodation and local transport provided.
Excel currently have a three different requirements for avionic Hawk positions and supervisor roles - if you are an experienced avionic supervisor with Hawk experience or just an avionic Hawk technician then please see the details below !!
Hawk Avionic Depth Technician
We have a requirement for Hawk avionic technicians who have ideally worked on the aircraft within the last 2 years to provide s...
Excel Technical Consulting currently Hawk Mechanics/Flight line technician and we have supervisory roles - please see the details below for each Hawk contract position !!
We have a requirement for hawk mechanics for an ongoing contract to start ASAP providing support to our clients hawk maintenance program in the UK - this work will be nights. We are looking for candidates w...
Excel are happy to offer this opportunity for B1 & B2 146 type rated engineers to be part of an expanding team providing line support on a permanent basis in the UK.
You will be covering the line station on a rotation.
Successful applicants must have the following:
Full EASA B1 or B2 with the BAE 146/RJ on your license
You will not be considered if you have restrictions 1...
Excel currently have a requirement for an EASA B1.1 Licenced Engineer with type rating and currency on the Embraer E190 for a 3 month contract to start in the next 2 weeks ,carrying out line maintenance.
You will be looking after a line station covering a couple of flights per day into Dar Es Salaam, so previous line experience will be required, and obviously you will need to be ...
Excel have a future requirement for a Structural Specialist for a 6 month contract to begin in October to join our valued client to be apart of their specialist structural maintenance and inspection team.
The role will require a thorough knowledge of A320 family SRM, specific repair procedures, and use of technical queries communication with Airbus, so this will be a contract for a true structu...
Excel Technical Consulting currently have new vacancies for Lockheed C-130 Hercules engineers for long term contracts based in Europe!
We are looking for a number of experienced mechanics to join our valued client in western Europe to support heavy maintenance on the aircraft in a programme set to run from the end of June for at least 3 months.
There will be 40 hours per week available to ...
Are you looking for a long term, reliable contract position with a varied workload and a good rate of pay?
If you have experience of working on Merlin Aircraft in electrics or avionics then we might we ll be able to help!We have been asked to find avionic technicians to join a 6 month+ contract working on scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, upgrade and modification of Merlin Aircraft in the ...
Excel are delighted to offer this opportunity for a Hawk Avionic Supervisor to join one of our clients in the UK supporting the MoD in a Hawk maintenance program.
Candidates will need to have the following skills and experience:
3 years industry experience
Knowledge of Quality, Safety and Environmental management systems
Knowledge of wiring and husbandry when needed
Knowledge of RA...
Aircraft engineers (sometimes called aeronautical or aerospace engineers) keep planes in the air. They are the ones that check them over and declare them airworthy: aerospace engineers have an incredible position of responsibility, with the lives of hundreds of passengers in their capable hands. Like aircraft mechanics and aircraft technicians, many aerospace engineers are based at airports, and will examine aircraft upon landing to make sure it is fully operational and safe for flight.
Aerospace Engineering is a broader field than that however; and unlike those mechanics and technicians, aricraft engineers are often involved in the production and design of the aircraft and their systems themselves. Some aerospace engineers supervise any or all stages of aircraft production, including design and manufacture, and even faesability: looking into proposed plans and determining whether they are financially and physically possible.
Engineers will work for a range of companies, and their roles can range from developing new weapons systems and cutting edge technology for someone like BAE systems, to being the feet on the ground for an airline like Virgin, keeping passengers and planes safe. If it’s technical, and to do with planes, there will be an aeronautical engineer not far away.
Almost all engineers will have at least a bachelor's degree and many will have a masters and more: this degree will be in a technical engineering subject, and specific aerospace engineering degrees are becoming increasingly popular. But because of the wide range of components and specialties required to make an aeroplane however, degrees in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and even software and materials are equally prized.
Electrical engineers might develop and maintain the complex navigaitonal and self monitoring systems, while software engineers would be employed to develop the software to use with these systems. Mechanical engineers would work with the moving parts, anything from engines to ailerons, while materials engineers might develop a new coating for the plane’s shell, enabling it to fly higher than ever.
Salary, as ever, is related to experience. Starting salaries for aircraft engineers tend to be between £20,000 and £25,000 however slightly more experienced aerospace engineers can earn between £28,000 and £40,000. Salary for senior engineers, such as project leaders is usually from £45,000 to £60,000.