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Contract/Locum
Aircraft type:
767-200 / 300
Sector:
Aircraft
Contact:
Josh Cockerill

An industry leading airline and maintenance organisation are looking to recruit experienced B1 licensed engineers with 767 type ratings from a line maintenance background for their newly in-sourced line maintenance operation at BAH

 

The B1 licensed engineer will be responsible for a range of maintenance tasks, including but not limited to;

 

Carrying out all scheduled tasks as assigned by the Duty Engineer

Recording defects and advising the station manager of any impending service disruptions

Raising areas of concern that may have an impact on the operating programme

Ensure that all documentation and its certification are completed in a timely manner

 

The Successful B1 licensed engineer B767 will have the following attributes;

 

Hold an EASA Part 66 B1 license with B767 approvals

Current on B767 and have operational experience from a line maintenance environment

Up-to-date knowledge of airworthiness legislation

Technical knowledge of B767 aircraft with the hand skills required to carry out tasks assigned

Able to work effectively in a team

Demonstrate a working knowledge of Health and Safety Legislation

Proficient in IT

 

The role of B1 licensed engineer B767 will be working 12 hour shifts.

 

Role: B1 Licensed Engineer B767

Location: BAH

Rate: £Competitive

An industry leading airline and maintenance organisation are looking to recruit experienced B1 licensed engineers with 767 type ratings from a line maintenance background for their newly in-sourced line maintenance operation at BAH

 

The B1 licensed engineer will be responsible for a range of maintenance tasks, including but not limited to;

 

Carrying out all scheduled tasks as assigned by the Duty Engineer

Recording defects and advising the station manager of any impending service disruptions

Raising areas of concern that may have an impact on the operating programme

Ensure that all documentation and its certification are completed in a timely manner

 

The Successful B1 licensed engineer B767 will have the following attributes;

 

Hold an EASA Part 66 B1 license with B767 approvals

Current on B767 and have operational experience from a line maintenance environment

Up-to-date knowledge of airworthiness legislation

Technical knowledge of B767 aircraft with the hand skills required to carry out tasks assigned

Able to work effectively in a team

Demonstrate a working knowledge of Health and Safety Legislation

Proficient in IT

 

The role of B1 licensed engineer B767 will be working 12 hour shifts.

 

Role: B1 Licensed Engineer B767

Location: BAH

Rate: £Competitive

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