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B1 / B2 Licensed Helicopter Engineer - with type training


Aeropeople Ltd
Salary: 40000
Location: Stansted
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Simon Portway
Sector: Rotary
Category: B1 Licensed Engineer Jobs
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Our customer, is at the forefront of offering 1st class business travel, operating from the home counties area.

An opportunity for an experienced, suitably type rated B1/B2 Licensed Engineer has arisen, to be based at London Stansted Airport.

Position Purpose

To be actively involved in line and base maintenance activities, as required in accordance with company procedures and under Part 145, and as delegated by the L4 and Senior Managers. Delegate where necessary to the mechanic team

Qualifications

The individual will hold a Full EASA B1 or B2 licence, full type training will be provided.

The engineer has demonstrated the they have the relevant experience to run or pro-actively assist with running  maintenance checks and shall hold a ‘C’ rating on each of the types that are on his or her company approval where the licence is endorsed with the ‘C’ rating. 

Principal Accountability

As part of a wider team, the Engineer will carry out and certify aircraft maintenance within the limits of their approval maintaining the standards of aircraft maintenance; is responsible for overseeing the work on aircraft by our Mechanics and non certifying engineers, ensuring this is carried out in a safe and correct manner to company procedures and standards..

The engineer will actively be involved in both line and base maintenance and will have a pro-active and flexible approach and will at times be expected to work away from base.

Working Hours

The Engineering Department operates 365 days a year.  Licensed Engineers work Monday – Friday as follows; 

Monday – Thursday, 08.00 – 17.00 and Friday 08.00 – 16.30 

with 2 x 15 minute and 1 x 30 minute unpaid breaks and the average working week is 42 hours.

Overtime as and when required is agreed with the BMM / Engineering General Manager in advance, for which you will receive the options of payment or lieu time.

You are expected to work flexibly, as the needs of the business require. On occasions, alternative working hours will be required and this may include weekend / night working and/or providing for necessary coverage on an ‘On Call’ basis.

The opening and closing hours are based on the customer’s requirements.  

Contact Simon Portway

Our customer, is at the forefront of offering 1st class business travel, operating from the home counties area.

An opportunity for an experienced, suitably type rated B1/B2 Licensed Engineer has arisen, to be based at London Stansted Airport.

Position Purpose

To be actively involved in line and base maintenance activities, as required in accordance with company procedures and under Part 145, and as delegated by the L4 and Senior Managers. Delegate where necessary to the mechanic team

Qualifications

The individual will hold a Full EASA B1 or B2 licence, full type training will be provided.

The engineer has demonstrated the they have the relevant experience to run or pro-actively assist with running  maintenance checks and shall hold a ‘C’ rating on each of the types that are on his or her company approval where the licence is endorsed with the ‘C’ rating. 

Principal Accountability

As part of a wider team, the Engineer will carry out and certify aircraft maintenance within the limits of their approval maintaining the standards of aircraft maintenance; is responsible for overseeing the work on aircraft by our Mechanics and non certifying engineers, ensuring this is carried out in a safe and correct manner to company procedures and standards..

The engineer will actively be involved in both line and base maintenance and will have a pro-active and flexible approach and will at times be expected to work away from base.

Working Hours

The Engineering Department operates 365 days a year.  Licensed Engineers work Monday – Friday as follows; 

Monday – Thursday, 08.00 – 17.00 and Friday 08.00 – 16.30 

with 2 x 15 minute and 1 x 30 minute unpaid breaks and the average working week is 42 hours.

Overtime as and when required is agreed with the BMM / Engineering General Manager in advance, for which you will receive the options of payment or lieu time.

You are expected to work flexibly, as the needs of the business require. On occasions, alternative working hours will be required and this may include weekend / night working and/or providing for necessary coverage on an ‘On Call’ basis.

The opening and closing hours are based on the customer’s requirements.  

Contact Simon Portway


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