Cardiff Aviation (CAL) are an independent MRO based in South Wales.
CAL have a brand new management team who are forward thinking and whose objective is to develop a great working environment where individuals at all levels are respected and where productivity is derived from working smarter not by working harder. Our goal is to become the first choice independent MRO in Europe for first tier European operators. CAL have the following approvals, all 737 series, A320 family, 757 and 767 series aircraft at our modern facility at St. Athan in South Wales.
We base our culture on honesty, integrity and in treating company members as adults. Our job, as management, is to provide an environment for individuals to exceed. We believe in developing our talent so encourage and provide career paths with industry, professional and vocational qualifications for all our company members. Cardiff Aviation have its own Part 147 training company at the South Wales facility who provide professional ab initio, regulatory and type training.
As a self-motivated, B1 Mechanic, you will be using your experience within the Aircraft Engineering environment for all maintenance activities, including scheduled and unscheduled maintenance in response to our customers’ requirements as directed by your supervisor.
You will undertake work as directed by your supervisor whilst meeting both the Part 145 maintenance requirements; in accordance with the base or line maintenance processes and procedures; and the customer’s Service Level agreements. Putting safety and quality first, you will ensure adherence to Health & Safety procedures whilst carrying out aircraft maintenance within the limits of your company approvals. Whilst upholding the highest level of engineering standards and practices, you will have the opportunity to demonstrate your experience and skills in delivering defect rectification & investigation, repair, overhaul and modifications. You will uphold our values & culture.
• Time served aircraft apprenticeship or equivalent with experience in aircraft maintenance
· Must have the right to work in the UK
· Must be able to use recognised aircraft documentation, have a broad skill-set in aircraft systems including rigging, component replacement, modification embodiment and good structural knowledge including repairs. Be able to demonstrate aircraft system(s) knowledge.
· Excellent interpersonal skills, good communicator both written & verbal and have a very high level of housekeeping standards.
This role comes with a competitive salary and range of flexible benefits, including private healthcare.