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B1/B2 Engineers Falcon / ATR / Dauphin / Puma / Casa / ALSR


Brookfield Aviation International
Salary: Up to €40.000 p.a
Location: France
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: ATR
Contact: Jose Rojas
Sector: Licensed Maintenance - Base
Category: B1 Licensed Engineer Jobs
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Job Summary
  • Work on Falcon 10/20/50, Casa (CN 235), Puma (AS 330) and Dauphin (AS 365) helicopters, ATR 42/72 and on the ALSR (light aircraft surveillance and reconnaissance of the French Air Force).
  • As an aeronautical technician, you perform mechanical, electrical and / or avionics work as defined by the PART 66 aeronautical regulations.
  • You perform the open / close tasks, the protocol tasks, the corrective work and the additional work.
  • You will verify and validate the conformity of the zones before closing.
  • You search the documentation and make suggestions for rectification work and / or additional work.
  • You quote and write operations of opening / closing, protocol, additional work. As such, you propose the needs of material, time, specialty, control etc ... using the information system of the company.
  • You are the guarantor (e) of the quality of the various tasks entrusted to you.
  • You are responsible for the cleanliness and storage of your work area.
  • As a support staff, you validate the work cards as B1 / B2 personnel as defined by the PART 66 regulations and may have to check and sign the controlled maintenance work in your clearance area.
  • You propose and implement changes and improvements in organization and productivity within the service.
  • Able to communicate positively with all the actors of production.
  • Ensure a reporting to your hierarchy (retex, navigability, advancement etc ...)
Requirements
  • Have a valid EASA PART 66 B1 and / or B2 or FRA Be1 and / or Be2 license.
  • A type rating on a plane or helicopter named above would be appreciated.
  • Your regulatory training in aeronautics (FH, CDCCL, EWIS ...) is up to date.
  • Proficiency in English.
  • Fluent in French
  • You are a rigorous, meticulous, autonomous and responsive person.
  • You adapt easily to a new work environment and you are endowed with a certain dexterity.
  • Have the sense of observation and enjoy teamwork.
Job Summary
  • Work on Falcon 10/20/50, Casa (CN 235), Puma (AS 330) and Dauphin (AS 365) helicopters, ATR 42/72 and on the ALSR (light aircraft surveillance and reconnaissance of the French Air Force).
  • As an aeronautical technician, you perform mechanical, electrical and / or avionics work as defined by the PART 66 aeronautical regulations.
  • You perform the open / close tasks, the protocol tasks, the corrective work and the additional work.
  • You will verify and validate the conformity of the zones before closing.
  • You search the documentation and make suggestions for rectification work and / or additional work.
  • You quote and write operations of opening / closing, protocol, additional work. As such, you propose the needs of material, time, specialty, control etc ... using the information system of the company.
  • You are the guarantor (e) of the quality of the various tasks entrusted to you.
  • You are responsible for the cleanliness and storage of your work area.
  • As a support staff, you validate the work cards as B1 / B2 personnel as defined by the PART 66 regulations and may have to check and sign the controlled maintenance work in your clearance area.
  • You propose and implement changes and improvements in organization and productivity within the service.
  • Able to communicate positively with all the actors of production.
  • Ensure a reporting to your hierarchy (retex, navigability, advancement etc ...)
Requirements
  • Have a valid EASA PART 66 B1 and / or B2 or FRA Be1 and / or Be2 license.
  • A type rating on a plane or helicopter named above would be appreciated.
  • Your regulatory training in aeronautics (FH, CDCCL, EWIS ...) is up to date.
  • Proficiency in English.
  • Fluent in French
  • You are a rigorous, meticulous, autonomous and responsive person.
  • You adapt easily to a new work environment and you are endowed with a certain dexterity.
  • Have the sense of observation and enjoy teamwork.

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