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7 months ago
FL Technics Training
Location: Europe (non-UK)
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: A320 Family (A318, A319, A320, A321), A330, ATR, Embraer, 737
Contact: Egle Jurgelaityte
Sector: Maintenance, Aircraft, Licensed Maintenance - Base, Licensed Maintenance - Line
Category: Instructors & Trainers Jobs

FL Technics Training is an EASA Part-147 Approved Maintenance Training Organization providing aviation technical training solutions around the globe.

We are looking for full time and freelance (depending on availability) TECHNICAL TRAINING INSTRUCTORS to join our team. 


  • Provide aircraft type classroom and practical training to internal and external customers at varied locations
  • Develop, review and update aircraft type training material: manuals, examination databases and training programs
  • Additional duties as delegated by Training Manager


  • Valid Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence
  • Working experience as certifying engineer with the rated aircraft types (any of A320, A330, B737, B777, B757, B767, ATR 42/72, ERJ-170/190, CRJ200)
  • Ability to travel
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Teaching experience desired but not mandatory
  • Fluency in English or Russian languages
  • PC literate


  • Remote position, relocation is not required
  • Full time and freelance positions available depending on availability
  • Competitive remuneration package
  • Flexible schedule
  • Ongoing learning and training opportunities
  • Multinational organization, dynamic environment

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