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Aircraft Mechanic Jobs

£43,000 - £50,000 Stansted Aerospace Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, East
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A330 B1/B2 Engineer CAE Parc Aviation Saudi Arabia, Middle East £10,000 - £15,000
B2 on AW139 Aviation Job Search Italy, Europe (non-UK)
Mechanical Technician - Military Helicopters Gold Group Odiham, Hart, England £52,000 - £53,000
Aircraft Mechanic - Cabin Mechanics Aeropeople Ltd United Kingdom [UK]
Galley Insert Aircraft Technician Virtual Human Resources United Arab Emirates, Middle East £10,000 - £15,000
Direct Employer Aircraft Mechanic (unlicensed) 2Excel Aviation Ltd United Kingdom [UK]
A330 B1/B2 Engineer CAE Parc Aviation Saudi Arabia, Middle East £10,000 - £15,000
Direct Employer Facilities Maintenance Mechanic - (CAT 27) - HVAC Air Canada Toronto, Canada, North America
Aircraft Mechanics / Cabin Fitters Aeropeople Ltd United Kingdom [UK]
Mechanical Technician / Mechanic Gold Group Hook, Hampshire, South East £52,000 - £53,000

Frequently asked questions

You are required to have 4 to 5 GCSEs at grade 9 to 4 with English, Maths and Science to be eligible for applying for a national diploma or relevant degree. After obtaining the degree you have to gain experience to be trained enough to apply for an aircraft mechanic job in the aviation industry.

The time duration for the training and experience can take from 18 to 30 months. There are aircraft mechanics schools that offer one-four years of certification programmes. Airline mechanic jobs require the applicants to be well-trained for the job so you need to complete the training to be eligible.

Employment opportunities for aviation and avionics mechanics are continuously growing and are expected to get even better during the next decade. This percentage is quite promising as compared to other technical occupations. The aircraft technician jobs are rewarding and the industry scope is vast.

Aircraft and avionics mechanics working in the industry are 35-50 years of age. The percentage of technicians above sixty years is 20, so more than 30 percent of them will retire within five years. Just like any other industry, there is a retirement age for mechanics in the aviation industry.

The degree and training cost for becoming a licensed aircraft mechanic is not too much and once you are done with the certification and gaining experience, there are job opportunities in airlines and aviation institutes that are monetarily quite rewarding. So the aircraft mechanic career is a promising one.


Aircraft Mechanic Job Description

Apart from routine repairs and maintenance of the aircraft the mechanics inspect hydraulic and mechanical system malfunctions. The aircraft mechanic job description can vary depending on the position in the aviation industry. The mechanics are required to inspect and identify electrical and mechanical issues in the machinery and suggest replacement and repair after meticulous analysis. They also have to assemble the aircraft parts along with providing safety suggestions. Supervising the maintenance procedures and ensuring that everything is done as planned and instructed is also one of the prime duties of a mechanic. Aircraft mechanic recruitment requirements are usually the same for most airlines. 

Aircraft Mechanic Job Responsibilities

The basic responsibilities of an aircraft mechanic include examining the hydraulic, de-icing systems and landing gear for issues. They are supposed to read the maintenance manuals and parts catalogues to utilise the knowledge for repairing and replacing them efficiently. They have to make certain that all the work is done adhering to safety procedures and standards and there are no deliberate delays in the completion of a task. These mechanics do weekly and monthly inspections as scheduled and keep a detailed record of all the ordered supplies and maintenance. Aviation Job Search has airline mechanic job listings from top employers, find your dream job!

Skills Required for Building an Aircraft Mechanic Career

You need to have good observational skills to pursue your career in the aviation industry. The mechanics have to be smart troubleshooters as well, so if you can quickly spot a problem and think of a solution, this quality will help you in becoming an aircraft mechanic. While performing different repair and maintenance procedures, attention to detail is needed. Whether you are applying for entry-level aircraft mechanic jobs or higher positions, having agility would help you and excel in your field. Other qualities that a mechanic needs to have include team spirit and time management. Looking for airline mechanic jobs around you? Explore Aviation Job Search!