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Job Description

GOOSE Recruitment are looking to speak with Fleet Engineers with experience within Airframe Systems, to based at Luton Aiport. 

  • Provide trouble-shooting assistance to maintenance or external workshop for Aircraft-on-Ground (AOG), Out-of-Service (OOS) events or for specific requests.

  • To develop procedures / work instructions to support troubleshooting activities or to resolve long term reliability issues.

  • Assume responsibility for, and provide comprehensive assessment of all Airworthiness Directives, Service Bulletins, Vendor Bulletins, Service Information Letters, Modification leaflets, PART 21 mods and all other technical documentation applicable to easy Jet aircraft or Components.

  • Produce Engineering Orders (job Instruction cards) or work instructions to accomplish the recommended course of action for the technical documents assessed on EZY aircraft including EOL and A/C take on.

  • To interface with and / or provide assistance to any relevant department, either within Engineering or the wider easyJet business, for modification programmes, software updates or for specific requests.

  • Provide assistance to other departments so as to ensure that the easyJet fleet remain in compliance with all Airworthiness Directives and Regulatory Authority requirements.

  • Provide repetitive and recurrent defect analysis to support the company’s Reliability and Maintainability programmes.

  • Assume responsibility for and ensure that all Occurrence and Audit reports are addressed in a timely manner.

  • Establish and develop working relationships with aircraft, system and equipment manufacturers to ensure continued airworthiness and to improve aircraft availability and system reliability.

  • Develop and enhance processes and procedures to ensure and improve aircraft availability, system reliability and Maintenance Programme Development.

  • To represent easyJet at OEM and industry meetings to support the Technical Development of the Fleet.


  • Hold a recognised degree in an Aircraft Engineering discipline or EASA aircraft maintenance engineer’s licence.

  • Knowledge and experience of the functions of EASA Part M/Part CAMO and can demonstrate competence in reliability control and Maintenance Programme development.

  • Ideally experience of Airframe maintenance systems.

  • Experience of Airbus ‘Single Aisle’ aircraft systems. Experience with aircraft ‘Maintenance Control Systems’ (AMOS).

  • Confident with use of Microsoft Office applications

  • Motivated and committed and passionate about Continuous Improvement

  • Flexible in approach and adaptable to change.