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B1 Engineers needed to support an exciting Special Missions project.
To be considered for a licenced position you will hold, as a minimum, an EASA Part 66 B1 license with no limitations on airframe or engine that would otherwise restrict the addition of a Group 1 type rating.
Experience with light twin turbo-prop aircraft is preferred - BN2T specifically. The successful applicant must be prepared to work flexibly as part of a team, not only locally at the customer site, but as an integral part of the programme team and as such must have strong communication, organisation and leadership skills.
Main Responsibilities include:
Carry out scheduled Base and Line maintenance activities and provide certification of own work alongside supervision and certification of unlicensed engineers work. In addition to aircraft maintenance activities, engineers working within the project are expected to support specialist mission role equipment.
Respond to AOG situations for project aircraft as required.
Compliance with the Maintenance Organisation Exposition and published processes and procedures.
Ensure that Health and Safety procedures, processes and COSHH are always observed.
EASA B1 Licence; GA turboprop experience, preferably BN2T
Be computer literate.
A full driving licence is required
Due to the nature of the work, you will be obligated to undergo and pass Security Vetting. As such, this position is restricted to those eligible for a UK Security Clearance.
You must have the rights to live and work in the UK for this role.
Due to the volume of applications received, only candidates selected for interview will be contacted. If you do not hear from us within 10 working days then your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Average salary between £80,000-£90,000 per annum