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Dependant on Licenses Held
Job type:
Permanent
Aircraft type:
AW189
Sector:
Maintenance, Aircraft, Licensed Maintenance - Base, Licensed Maintenance - Line, Rotary
Contact:
Matthew Ballard
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British International Helicopters Services Ltd operate from a number of different international sites, predominantly supporting the UK Ministry of Defence with training, passenger and equipment transfers and Search and Rescue (SAR).

 

We are currently seeking an individual to join our Engineering Department as a AW189 B1.3 Licensed Engineer, at our site at Mount Pleasant, on the Falkland Islands, in the South Atlantic.

 

Job Title:                            B1.3 Licensed Engineer (AW189)

Location:                            Falkland Islands

Reporting Line:                Deputy Head of Engineering Services

 

To help us achieve our goals, we are looking for an individual who can appropriately manage their own workload, you will need to be organised, flexible and happy to work in a fast-moving and demanding environment, where the priorities can change at short notice and deadlines are often tight.

Duties & Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Carry out both line and / or base maintenance complying with the requirements as described in the regulations
  • Complete both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, defect diagnosis and rectification, embodiment of notifications, service bulletins and other mandatory or non-mandatory maintenance
  • Ensure that all maintenance tasks carried out to helicopters meet the standard of the EASA instructions
  • Ensure that all maintenance is completed within the appropriate timescales to ensure provision of serviceable aircraft to meet the operational need
  • Inform and update the Chief Engineer on the maintenance situation

Selection Criteria

Essential

  • CAA / EASA Part 66 B1.3
  • Type Rated on the AW189
  • Flexibility to undertake a rotational 6 weeks on 6 weeks off roster in the Falkland Islands
  • Competence in fault finding, scheduled maintenance and installation of modifications, including the use of hand tools and specialised test equipment
  • Willingness to undertake training and development opportunities

Desireable

  • C Certified on the AW189

Benefits Include

  • Very attractive pay
  • Defined contribution pension scheme with life assurance
  • Sick pay
  • Accommodation, where applicable for people not living close to one of our sites and pro rata depending on hours of work

 

This position is based in the Falkland Islands, the successful candidates will need to comply with Falkland Islands Immigration policy and obtain a relevant work permit if not a Falklands Islands resident.

GDPR: We take Data Protection very seriously at British International Helicopters. By submitting your CV, you are giving us your personal data which includes (but is not limited to) full name, address, phone number and email address. Our full GDPR policy is available on our website. This tells you how we hold your data and for how long.

Closing Date: Friday 26th February 2021

British International Helicopters Services Ltd operate from a number of different international sites, predominantly supporting the UK Ministry of Defence with training, passenger and equipment transfers and Search and Rescue (SAR).

 

We are currently seeking an individual to join our Engineering Department as a AW189 B1.3 Licensed Engineer, at our site at Mount Pleasant, on the Falkland Islands, in the South Atlantic.

 

Job Title:                            B1.3 Licensed Engineer (AW189)

Location:                            Falkland Islands

Reporting Line:                Deputy Head of Engineering Services

 

To help us achieve our goals, we are looking for an individual who can appropriately manage their own workload, you will need to be organised, flexible and happy to work in a fast-moving and demanding environment, where the priorities can change at short notice and deadlines are often tight.

Duties & Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Carry out both line and / or base maintenance complying with the requirements as described in the regulations
  • Complete both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, defect diagnosis and rectification, embodiment of notifications, service bulletins and other mandatory or non-mandatory maintenance
  • Ensure that all maintenance tasks carried out to helicopters meet the standard of the EASA instructions
  • Ensure that all maintenance is completed within the appropriate timescales to ensure provision of serviceable aircraft to meet the operational need
  • Inform and update the Chief Engineer on the maintenance situation

Selection Criteria

Essential

  • CAA / EASA Part 66 B1.3
  • Type Rated on the AW189
  • Flexibility to undertake a rotational 6 weeks on 6 weeks off roster in the Falkland Islands
  • Competence in fault finding, scheduled maintenance and installation of modifications, including the use of hand tools and specialised test equipment
  • Willingness to undertake training and development opportunities

Desireable

  • C Certified on the AW189

Benefits Include

  • Very attractive pay
  • Defined contribution pension scheme with life assurance
  • Sick pay
  • Accommodation, where applicable for people not living close to one of our sites and pro rata depending on hours of work

 

This position is based in the Falkland Islands, the successful candidates will need to comply with Falkland Islands Immigration policy and obtain a relevant work permit if not a Falklands Islands resident.

GDPR: We take Data Protection very seriously at British International Helicopters. By submitting your CV, you are giving us your personal data which includes (but is not limited to) full name, address, phone number and email address. Our full GDPR policy is available on our website. This tells you how we hold your data and for how long.

Closing Date: Friday 26th February 2021

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