Aircraft mechanics perform inspections, maintenance and repairs of aircraft, components and related systems and equipment. This work plays an essential role in ensuring the highest levels of safety, efficiency and general performance are met, both in the military and commercial aerospace sectors.
The continued success of the aerospace and defence sector is dependent on the knowledge, experience and skills of those professionals working in the field. Aircraft mechanics’ responsibilities will vary, depending on their position, specialisation and the organisation they are in, but all revolve around keeping aircraft working safely and efficiency.
Morson has been the UK’s leading recruitment provider to the aerospace and defence sector for over 40 years, meaning we’ve got decades of experience placing candidates in exciting projects both in the UK and overseas. Over the years, we’ve built and maintained close working relationships with some of the most prominent and exciting organisations in the aerospace and defence sector.
Our aerospace and defence division is split into five specially structured recruitment teams, each mirroring the specific requirements of a different part of the marketplace. Each team benefits from the knowledge and expertise of its specialist consultants, who are all experts in their fields. We’re always on the lookout for high calibre candidates that are eager to take the next step in their career and take on a new challenge.
We recruit for a variety of aircraft mechanic roles, including:
- Assembly Mechanic
- Aircraft Fitter
- Base Maintenance Mechanic
- CAT A Mechanic
- Mechanical Aircraft Technician
- Mechanical Aircraft Supervisor
- Wheels and Brakes Mechanic
- Station Engineer
Current aircraft mechanic roles are listed below.