€1500 - €2500 per month
29 days ago
The Aircraft Mechanic assists in the completion and certification of all work required in accordance with the work specifications (Work Order and approved MOE procedures), following EASA Part-145 regulations. The Aircraft Mechanic can be a non-valid EASA Part 66 Engineer or an experienced Non-Licensed Engineer.
Reports: To the Base Maintenance Manager and/or to the Line Maintenance Manager.
- Supports the maintenance activities to ensure that aircraft are fit for intended flights.
- Supports daily duties, including, keeping records, performing scheduled maintenance and making repairs.
- Assists in troubleshooting, performing inspections, routine and non-routine maintenance on aircraft, in accordance with applicable technical data and customer maintenance program requirements, within estimated or budgeted hours.
- Assists in completing and attaching parts tags to removed repairable, serviceable, or condemned parts.
- Assists in the preparation of maintenance related paperwork.
- Follows company's maintenance policies and schedules.
- Follows the company's Health and Safety Policy, providing a safe working environment without risks.
- Takes directions from the Base and/or the Line Maintenance Managers, and the Licensed Maintenance Engineers.
- Performs additional duties as assigned.