Job Title: Licensed Aircraft Engineer - B1
Location: London City Airport
Start date: A.S.A.P.
Basic Hours/ Shift: 4 on, 4 off. 12 hour shifts
Pay rate: £53,065 per annum
To carry out line maintenance on company aircraft to include scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and defect rectification in accordance with company, manufacturer and CAA procedures and legislation.
4 on/4 off
12 hour shift
Types of Aircraft:
Uniform provided by the Company
Carry out scheduled/unscheduled maintenance and defect rectification on Company aircraft.
Maintain the highest airworthiness, quality, safety and performance standards and ensure all company and legal requirements appertaining to aircraft maintenance and inspection are complied with.
Exercise fully the privileges of the Company Authorisations held.
Support company Charters and also the recovery of AOG and casualty aircraft as required across the Company network.
Work to the required Company and Health & Safety standards.
Carry out or arrange for the maintenance and/or repair of Company tooling, equipment and vehicles.
Build and maintain good relationships with key stakeholders.
Complete and maintain compliance with all Company training requirements required to carry out the role.
Support the Shift Supervisor and Station Maintenance Manager with any required project
EASA Unrestricted Part 66 Licence B1 with at least one type rating
Recognised Aircraft Engineering Apprenticeship or Training
Embraer 170/190 type approval
Exp & Knowledge
Previous experience of working within a Line Maintenance environment
An awareness of Health and Safety rules and regulations surrounding an LAE function
Experience of working to regulations i.e. using manuals, related manufacturers’ publications as necessary
Awareness of airline operational requirements
Strong communication skills
Ability to demonstrate a flexible approach to duties
Ability to work on own initiative and under minimal supervision
A willingness to extend licence coverage and attend and pass aircraft type courses as required
Ability to work to all approved Company documents, Procedures and Policies
To take pride, ownership and responsibility for work completed
A willingness to provide support to all individuals and teams within the company
Ability to represent the Company in a professional and respectful manner
Engineering IT systems/programs
Current Full UK/Foreign Equivalent Licence
Fluent in English language, or to a minimum of ICAO Level 4 standard *as per CAA requirements for holding an Airside Driving Permit
Ability to work in an airside environment and to be able to obtain a full airside pass.
• Demonstrates responsibility for own work and development
• Work with the customer and company at the heart of everything we do
• Communicate the right information in the right way
• See change as an opportunity
• Considerate and respectful in all aspects of working
To apply for this role please call Kat at MPI, Hertford or apply online today.