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Contract
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Aircraft
Contact:
Laura Gudauskiene

Qualitair is looking for Experienced Engine mechanic Supervisor for engine shop in Lithuania.

  • Start date - ASAP
  • Duration of the Assignment - at least for one year, with possibility to extend
  • Hours of work: min 160 hours per month ( from 8 to 17 p.m., 5 working days)
  • Flight provided (first flight ant last one)
  • Accommodation provided
  • Tools provided

Main functions:

  • Perform maintenance and repair of aircraft engines in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions;
  • Certifying its own work or other certifying staff`s work if required (according MOE, regulations). Issue EASA Form 1.
  • Ensure that measuring, recording and controlling work environment conditions (according to MOE).
  • Supervises job performed by engine mechanics.
  • Coaches and develops engine mechanics.
  • Uses Enterprise Recourse Planning (ERP) system.

Requirements:

  • Aviation/Engineering school / institute diploma;
  • Theoretical and practical engine maintenance training for engine models to be authorised (CFM56-3 or/and CFM56-5B or/and CFM56-7B) in OEM or OEM recognised Part 147 training organization or EASA Part-145 AMO;
  • Proof of Minimum 6 month of work experience in aircraft engine maintenance (CFM56-3 or/and CFM56-5B or/and CFM56-7B) for the previous 2 years as Certifying staff or minimum 5 year experience if not certifying staff.
  • HF initial training course;
  • FTS initial training course;
  • EWIS initial training course;
  • Basic training examination (Part-147 MTO or EU MS CAA) in Aviation Legislation Module 10 for at least Category A level (certificate), (an advantage);

If you interested please apply via the link below.

Qualitair is looking for Experienced Engine mechanic Supervisor for engine shop in Lithuania.

  • Start date - ASAP
  • Duration of the Assignment - at least for one year, with possibility to extend
  • Hours of work: min 160 hours per month ( from 8 to 17 p.m., 5 working days)
  • Flight provided (first flight ant last one)
  • Accommodation provided
  • Tools provided

Main functions:

  • Perform maintenance and repair of aircraft engines in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions;
  • Certifying its own work or other certifying staff`s work if required (according MOE, regulations). Issue EASA Form 1.
  • Ensure that measuring, recording and controlling work environment conditions (according to MOE).
  • Supervises job performed by engine mechanics.
  • Coaches and develops engine mechanics.
  • Uses Enterprise Recourse Planning (ERP) system.

Requirements:

  • Aviation/Engineering school / institute diploma;
  • Theoretical and practical engine maintenance training for engine models to be authorised (CFM56-3 or/and CFM56-5B or/and CFM56-7B) in OEM or OEM recognised Part 147 training organization or EASA Part-145 AMO;
  • Proof of Minimum 6 month of work experience in aircraft engine maintenance (CFM56-3 or/and CFM56-5B or/and CFM56-7B) for the previous 2 years as Certifying staff or minimum 5 year experience if not certifying staff.
  • HF initial training course;
  • FTS initial training course;
  • EWIS initial training course;
  • Basic training examination (Part-147 MTO or EU MS CAA) in Aviation Legislation Module 10 for at least Category A level (certificate), (an advantage);

If you interested please apply via the link below.

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