Flexible shift pattern
21 days annual leave
The role of the mechanic supports the maintenance activities to ensure the aircraft are fit for intended flights. You will support daily duties, including keeping records, performing scheduled maintenance and making repairs. You will assist in troubleshooting, performing inspections, routine and non-routine maintenance on aircraft, in accordance with applicable technical data and customer maintenance programme requirements, within estimated or budgeted hours.
The role will require you to assist in completing and attaching parts’ tags to removed repairable, serviceable or condemned parts. You must follow the company’s maintenance policies and schedules, taking directions from the Base and/or the line Maintenance Managers, and the Licensed Maintenance Engineers.
Right to live and work in the EU
Fluent English Language
Willing to work shifts, choices available
If you do not have a Part 66 licence you must have 3 or more years’ experience as an Aircraft Mechanic on the A320
If you have a Part 66 licence you must have at least 1 years’ experience as an Aircraft Mechanic on A320.
You will have an Initial Skype/telephone interview followed by face to face interview in Cyprus should you be successful.