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Wheel & Brakes Technician - Start June 2022 CBS Butler Europe (non-UK)
B1.3 Licensed Engineer AS365 Volantes Technical Recruitment Kuwait, Middle East
Direct Employer Licensed B1 Engineer (Night Shift) Inflite - The Jet Centre London Stansted Airport, UK Airports, UK [United Kingdom]
Direct Employer Technical Services Engineer Inflite - The Jet Centre London Stansted Airport, UK Airports, UK [United Kingdom]
Direct Employer Licenced B1/B2 Engineer Atlantic Aviation Group Shannon, Clare, Ireland
MCC Engineers - A320 TARCG, The Aviation Recruitment & Consulting Group. Europe (non-UK)
Maintenance Operational Controller - Malta Aviation Job Search Malta, Europe (non-UK)
B2 - Challenger 605/650/850 Resource Group Switzerland, Europe (non-UK)
B1.3 S92 or H175 Contract Excel Technical Consulting Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK [United Kingdom] €120,000 - €140,000
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Frequently asked questions

Only regulatory courses that support the qualification of NAAs personnel involved in approval and oversight activities are available through the EASA Virtual Academy (inspectors). The courses are delivered by authorised external training organisations that EASA has approved. These courses are required to be studied by Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

To get an EASA Part-66 AML (Aircraft Maintenance License), an applicant must possess a particular set of skills and basic knowledge. In addition, you must complete Type Training (Theoretical and Practical) for the first TR (66) on-the-job training (OJT) in order to have an aircraft type rating TR recognised in the AML.

Usually, it takes ten years. However, if the syllabus has not changed, it may be possible to prolong for another ten years. You can visit Aviation Job Search website to find your desired Aircraft Maintenance Engineers jobs and relevant information.

Only regulatory courses that support NAAs personnel involved in approval and oversight activities are available through the EASA Virtual Academy (inspectors). The courses are delivered by authorised external training organisations that EASA has approved.

Line maintenance, day-to-day care, and defect rectification are all part of the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer jobs. These engineers are also responsible for base maintenance, which might entail extensive modification and repair of the aircraft structure or systems.

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What are Aircraft Maintenance Engineer jobs like?

At times, an Aircraft Engineer is also referred to as an Aircraft Technician. While the engineer is the most widely used title in the United Kingdom, the terms technician and engineer are interchangeable in the aviation business. The Aviation Industry (and its governing bodies) attempts to maintain; by ensuring that all maintenance work and all maintenance engineers are adequately trained and regulated to ensure the aircraft's and passengers' safety. Aircraft are a complex mix of systems that require equally complicated personnel to maintain. As a result, it is worth your time to learn about the licensing procedure for certifying Aircraft Engineers, as well as the training you will need if you decide to pursue Aircraft Engineering as a career. To find your desired jobs, please visit Aviation Job Search.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Job Responsibilities

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers are in charge of inspecting, maintaining and repairing planes to guarantee safe to fly. Aircraft Maintenance Engineers must spend long hours on emergency repairs while adhering to CAA standards. Aircraft engines are dismantled, inspected, tested, repaired, and reassembled by these engineers. They set up electrical circuits. They are also responsible for the instrument and system testing for communication, aerospace, and electrical instruments and systems and checking and replacing components of the oxygen system. They put together aircraft frames and regularly conduct pre-flight inspections of engines and mechanical systems. It is also their job to keep meticulous records of all maintenance activities.

Skills Required to Build An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Career

To successfully perform your job as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, you need manual dexterity and attention to detail. Knowledge of aviation and power tools, computers, diagnostic equipment, and x-ray machines is required. In addition, you must have the ability to work long hours with flexibility, excellent problem-solving and communication skills and the capability to perform information analysis and evaluation. You must also have the skills to determine appropriate therapies by assessing conditions through examination or diagnostic tests. In addition, the candidates are required to have excellent verbal and written communication skills to make quick notes and reminders to remind forthcoming deadlines and send concise e-mails to request and supply information.