Licence Aircraft Technician

Job Description

What you’ll do

It’s an opportunity to learn new skills, develop your talents and advance your career. It’s a chance to get to grips with a wide variety of aircraft and the kind of technical challenges that will put you to the test. Make the most of these and the only limit on how far you can go will be your ability and desire to get there.

Your focus will be on ensuring all aircraft in our fleet are airworthy. This means going above and beyond the standard set out by regulators to meet our own Engineering Quality procedures. This will involve carrying out a range of specific maintenance tasks, from component changes and routine checks to general visual and surveillance inspections. Recording and documenting these changes will also be a core part of your role.

BA, British Airways, Rollout, Roll Out Paint, A380

Who you will work with

Duty Shift Manager (your line manager), Satellite Engineers, all Production grades, Ramp/Base Planning, Engineering Control Centres and Technical Support Group (Part M)

You will need

  • EASA Part-66 Category A licence (fixed wing turbine)
  • Applications are also welcome from holders of B1 licences without type ratings
  • 6 months demonstrable maintenance experience in a Part 145 environment in the last 2 years
  • UK Driving Licence (and Airside Driving Licence desirable)