£2300 - £4500 per month
9 months ago
The Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer B1 is responsible to plan, organise, and carry out aircraft maintenance in line with aeroplane maintenance schedule following EASA Part-145 regulations. The Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer B1 is a holder of a valid EASA Part-66 license. He works on aircraft engines and mainframes.
Must have A320 type rating.
- Carries out any maintenance to ensure that the aircraft is fit for intended flights. Issues CRS for line maintenance of aircraft structure, power plant, mechanical, and electrical systems, as defined on the holder privileges of EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance License and under EASA Part 145 approval Ref: CY.145.008. capability.
- Performs troubleshooting, inspections, and routine and non-routine maintenance on aircraft's in accordance with applicable technical data and customer maintenance program requirements, within estimated or budgeted hours.
- Responsible for all maintenance aircraft facilities and company's maintenance policies and schedules based on EASA Part-145 regulations.
- Ensures the efficient use of materials and other resources associated with aircraft maintenance.
- Follows the company's Health and Safety Policy to provide a safe working environment without risks.
- Accurately completes required maintenance related paperwork.
- Conducts training with the guidance of the Line or Base Maintenance Manager.
- Cooperates with the Record Planner to ensure control of maintenance data and documents, namely the aircraft/engine log books, and component log.
- Informs the Line Maintenance Manager and/or the Base Maintenance Manager on weekly performance and progress monitoring on aircraft's assigned and reports any maintenance requirements.