B1,B2 Licensed Aircraft Engineer

Emirates Airlines - United Arab Emirates

Job Purpose

 

Emirates Base Heavy Maintenance is looking to recruit senior engineers to carry out the necessary C-Checks on the Emirates fleet. We have multiple opportunities in BHM for either B1 or B2 engineers. Ideally we are looking for engineers with B777 or A380 type rating however we are happy to consider & hire applicants who have the A330 or A340 type rating instead.

We have a fleet of 237 aircrafts in service at one of the finest engineering facilities in world consisting of 12 hangers. To get a feel of what it is like at EK Engineering check out one of our many clips on youtube where you can go on a tour.

 

BHM currently has over 900 staff in the department and your role as a TE.03 LAE will be to carry out all routine, scheduled maintenance tasks and any unscheduled major repairs, replacements and modifications to the Emirates fleet.

 

This usually involves planned maintenance procedures taken from the applicable, approved maintenance schedule, including replacing equipment, repairing components, making modifications and carrying out inspections required for GCAA approvals.

 

There is also a significant department drive towards fine tuning processes & enhancing operations. Your experience and leadership qualities will be required to guide BHM towards achieving their strategic goals and objectives.

   

Qualifications & Experience

 

Qualifications:

 

National / Higher National Diploma (12+2 or equivalent) or Apprenticeship in Mechanical, Electronic,

Avionics or Aeronautical Engineering or equivalent training with a reputable airline or an approved

maintenance organisation.

   

Experience:

 

12+ Years - Engineering experience

   

Knowledge/Skills:

Must have UAE GCAA/ ICAO Type II/ JAR 66 licence type rated in at least 2 Emirates aircraft types.

Experience in Aviation Maintenance Environment with at least 5 years certifying experience as a license holder.

Fully conversant with Air Legislation and legal matters that relate to the operation and maintenance of aircraft to international standards.

 
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