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Engineer - Certifying B1 (LHR)

Location
London Heathrow Airport  Further Information
Job Type
Engineering
Ref
151204
Salary: Competitive per annum plus excellent benefits
 
Contract: Permanent

Hours: 37.5hrs (4 on 4 off) - Days / Nights 
 
Location: Heathrow Hangar (Ad-hoc requirement to travel to other bases and outstations)
 
Closing date:  21st August 2018

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In a nutshell

As a B1 certified engineer, your role will be to carry out allocated maintenance tasks, in a safe and secure manner, to certify such tasks in accordance with Virgin Atlantic (VAA) and regulatory requirements.

Whilst ensuring your own workload is completed, you will be responsible for supervising small teams of technicians, ensuring their tasks are completed.
 

Day to day

To efficiently carry out maintenance tasks and lead teams to deliver the highest maintenance, safety and reliability standards.

Act as the focal point of communication between the team, the Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor, the Aircraft Maintenance Manager in Technical Control and where required, third party interest to support efficient and timely maintenance, completed on time.

Accountable for ensuring accurate certification of tasks and DEAS Supervise third party suppliers.

Demonstrate clear leadership and understanding of efficient working practices and actively promote within the working environment.

Carry out annual performance reviews and support development of staff aligned with department strategy.

Be aware of effective control of costs budget.

Support revenue generation and control of cost.

Drive compliance with Engineering safety.

About you

As a B1 Certified engineer, you will have previous supervisory experience and will hold a European Aviation Safety Authority part 66 B1 licence with company approvals on 1 or more of the following aircraft types: A340-600 (RR Trent 500) A330 (Trent 700) B787 (RR Trent 1000.)

You'll need a proactive attitude and sound ability to plan ahead. Excellent communication skills will be a key attribute along with strong team working abilities including leading a small team. You will enjoy inspiring confidence in others especially when tackling problems and issues and be willing to show a degree of flexibility when required. If the above sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!

The perks

Our pioneering spirit and passion keeps our brand vibrantly alive. That's why we give our people the rewards that they deserve. We have a whole host of benefits in place to help you enjoy life to the full, as well as a world of travel opportunities including up to seven flights a year to a wide range of fabulous Virgin Atlantic global destinations. We also offer a competitive benefits package including pension and private medical schemes, life assurance, child care vouchers and excellent discounts across the Virgin Group of companies. We appreciate that life is busy, so when operationally possible remote working is available.

Be you - our differences make us stronger
 
Virgin Atlantic and Virgin holidays are equal opportunities employers and positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Our aim is to employ people who reflect the diverse nature of society which is why we strive to provide an inclusive environment where individuality is celebrated and we can unleash the potential of our brilliant mix of people. 

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