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3 months ago
ZENON
Salary: Competitive
Location: Africa
Job type: Contract/Locum
Contact: Kevin Small
Sector: Maintenance
Category: B2 Licensed Engineer Jobs

Zenon Aviation is pleased to be supporting an Airline in their search for experienced B2 Embraer 145 Licensed Engineers to work on a long term rotational contract based in Africa.

 

Benefits:-

 

  • Long Term Contracts Available
  • Competitive Salary
  • Accommodation and Local Transportation Provided
  • 8 weeks on 4 weeks off rotation
  • Flights provided

 

Minimum Requirements:-

 

  • EASA, FAA or ICAO License
  • B2 or Avionics diploma
  • Embraer 145 type rating
  • 3 years minimum of line maintenance experience
  • Logbook or experience letter of 6 months for the last two years performing maintenance on type.

 

Why Choose Zenon Aviation?

 

In the ever changing and dynamic market place, Zenon Aviation knows that the support and care we provide to our B2 Licensed Engineer is vital in assisting you in achieving your career aspirations. Our team of dedicated consultants will deal with you application efficiently and more importantly confidentially, providing a professional and reliable service.   

 

To apply please send the following to us:

 

  • CV                                         
  • Copy of Licence
  • Logbook or Experience letters

 

Alternatively, for a confidential call with our Senior Consultant Antonio Navarro, please call our office.

 

All applications will be handled in the strictest confidence and unless you hear from us within 10 days of your application, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

 

Zenon Recruitment Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


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