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Licensed Aircraft Engineer - B1


MPI Aviation
Salary band: £50k - £60k
Location: London City Airport
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: Airbus, Boeing, Embraer
Contact: Katherine Hedges
Sector: Licensed Maintenance - Line
Category: B1 Licensed Engineer Jobs
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Job Title: Licensed Aircraft Engineer - B1

Location: London City Airport

Duration: Permanent 

Basic Hours/ Shift: 4 on, 4 off. 12 hour shifts  (2 days, 2 nights)

Salary: £56,800 per annum (£49,600 + Shift £4,500 + London Waiting £2,200 + O/T)

Role Purpose:

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. The company will train the right candidate up for correct type ratings on E170s and E190s.

Principal Accountabilities 

Carry out scheduled/unscheduled maintenance and defect rectification on Company aircraft (Embraer 170s & Embraer 190s).

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

Qualifications

Essential:

EASA Unrestricted Part 66 Licence B1 with commercial Type Ratings/recency.

Recognised Aircraft Engineering Apprenticeship or Training 

Desirable:

Embraer 170/190 type approval.

Experience & Knowledge

Essential:

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

Job Title: Licensed Aircraft Engineer - B1

Location: London City Airport

Duration: Permanent 

Basic Hours/ Shift: 4 on, 4 off. 12 hour shifts  (2 days, 2 nights)

Salary: £56,800 per annum (£49,600 + Shift £4,500 + London Waiting £2,200 + O/T)

Role Purpose:

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. The company will train the right candidate up for correct type ratings on E170s and E190s.

Principal Accountabilities 

Carry out scheduled/unscheduled maintenance and defect rectification on Company aircraft (Embraer 170s & Embraer 190s).

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

Qualifications

Essential:

EASA Unrestricted Part 66 Licence B1 with commercial Type Ratings/recency.

Recognised Aircraft Engineering Apprenticeship or Training 

Desirable:

Embraer 170/190 type approval.

Experience & Knowledge

Essential:

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


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