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7 months ago
Swiss International Airlines
Location: Zürich
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Manufacturing
Category: Engineers Jobs
Position description
The Aircraft Engineer performs maintenance on aircraft according to the privileges stated on his authorization and the limits given by EASA Part 66 and EASA Part 145. He/she ensures that all planned, scheduled and unscheduled work is performed in accordance with approved data and makes sure that all non-achieved work is communicated to his/her superior in due time. He/she will be working in a highly dynamic environment, which offers a lot of opportunities to excel in a team of motivated specialists.

Your Duties

* Line- and hangar maintenance up to and including A-Check on Airbus A320, A330, A340, Boeing B777 and Bombardier C Series
* Release to service
* Trouble shooting and rectification in accordance with license privileges
* AOG support worldwide
* Pre Flight-, Daily-, Weekly- and A-Checks, work packages and drop out tasks

Requirements

* EASA Part 66 B1, B2 or B1/B2 license (incl. type rating) on one of the following aircraft types: Airbus A320, A330, A340, B777 or C Series
* EASA Part 145 Qualification & Experience confirmation
* Work experience in line maintenance and or base maintenance
* Willingness for short temporary assignments worldwide
* Decision taking skills even under time pressure
* Communication skills within a multi-cultural team
* Team player with ambition to take the lead
* Fluent language skills in English and German
* Willingness to work shifts (permanent night shift)

Employment level:
100%

Department:
Technics - Hangar Maintenance, TMH

Workplace:
Zurich Kloten

Starting date:
Upon agreement

Application deadline:
June 4, 2018

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