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B2 Licensed Engineer | J31/J41 Rating Required | Milton Keynes

Ref J1142

Location Milton Keynes, UK

Salary Competitive salary

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Jamie Janner

B2 Licensed Engineer | J31/J41 Rating Required | Milton Keynes

McGinley Aviation is supporting our client in Milton Keynes with their search for a Contract B2 Engineer, with a J31/J41 rating.

Primarily working within the hanger under EASA Part 145 / Part 21G POA, BCAR A8-23 approvals as a Category B2 Licensed Engineer, carrying out scheduled maintenance, defect rectification, manufacture, modification and certification of avionic systems on a defined range of aircraft types.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Carry out Scheduled Maintenance and Defect Rectification of Avionic Systems on aircraft maintained by the Airborne Maintenance Group.
  • Certification of Avionic Systems on J41 type aircraft.
  • Supervision and execution of avionic/wiring manufacture and inspection activities within the UAV group.
  • Supervision and execution of wiring manufacture, inspection and testing within the G Seat group.
  • Supervision of any avionics personnel working for AMG either as permanent staff or in a contractor role
  • Responsible for control of avionic ground equipment calibrations and repairs.
  • Manufacture and Inspection of wiring looms under company EASA Part 21G approvals, including raising of EASA Form 1 for release
  • All Avionic activities in the absence of the Chief Aircraft Engineer
  • Electrical maintenance of aircraft ground equipment.
  • Issue of EASA Form 1 (Pt 145) for all electrical and avionics components and works
  • Assisting with aircraft and equipment movements within the Hangar and apron area.
  • Maintain project files and technical records to company standards.
  • Ensure that all the work performed is in accordance with company procedures.
  • To undertake any other duties and responsibilities as may be required by the Line Manager
  • To provide a professional approach to work, as a member of the CAe team
  • Interfacing the Hangar and Workshop function with other CAeS groups and departments
  • Aviation engineering background
  • Basic electrical engineering training or apprenticeship
  • Aeronautical engineering certificate or equivalent
  • Hold EASA PART 66 AMEL with Jetstream 31/41 series Type rating, or other similar types.

Knowledge and Experience:

  • In depth Knowledge of British and European Airworthiness Requirements (CAA/EASA including part 145 maintenance Organisations, AS/EN 9100 and BCAR A8-23).
  • Knowledge of aircraft maintenance procedures and awareness of human factors in relation to aircraft maintenance
  • Fundamental knowledge and practical experience of technical libraries and data control

We are looking to speak with Contractors who are either immediately available or who can start as of the 31st of October - 1 stage face-face interviews or Skype calls are being arranged this week.

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