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10 months ago
JMC RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Exeter
Job type: Contract
Contact: Carly Pickering
Sector: Exterior
Category: Avionics Engineer Jobs

Aircraft Avionics Mechanic / Wireman - Nights - Q400/EMB 170/190

Are you an experienced Avionics Mechanic / Wireman?


Are you available for an ongoing contract working in the South West of the UK?

Successful Avionics Mechanic's will have the following attributes:

  • Be able to work night shifts
  • Base Maintenance experience

  • In date continuation training - EWIS, Fuel Tank Safety and Human Factors

  • Available immediately

  • Able to carry out function checks IAW AMM, wire installation/repairs
  • Experience on Q400 and Embraer 170/190 aircraft is adventurous

Successful Avionic Mechanic's will be required to provide JMC with the following documents for consideration against contracts:

  • Current CV
  • Current passport demonstrating the right to work within the EU
  • Completed JMC registration form provided on application
  • EWIS
  • Fuel Tank Safety 1 & 2
  • Human Factors - Initial and Current
  • 2 x recent employment references
  • Own toolbox required (must have forming)


Only candidates who have the right to live and work in the EU can be considered.


Interested candidates can direct all questions to Carly Pickering via or on

For the above purposes JMC is acting as a recruitment business

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