As an Aircraft Technician, you are responsible to perform and certify aircraft maintenance tasks as per operational requirements to timely identify and rectify defects and to ensure safety of flight operations
Ensure maintenance is performed at the highest level in accordance with relevant technical Data and in that respect keeps him / herself updated on current and new Technical and Quality Notices issued also general / technical information.
Ensure maximum attention is given to on time performance, by assuring that all materials, tooling and equipment along with associated documentation is prepared in advance to the task in hand
Inform and consult with LAE as required to enable LAE to maintain a complete overview of Aircraft
Maintain a FOD free working area and clean up bay area before and after work
Develop oneself and increase Aircraft knowledge with ultimate goal for further career development
Accept appropriate training that will enable a more effective contribution
Proactively participate in all Health and Safety matters
Promote a reporting culture that aligns with the companies ethos
Ensure that all unused serviceable and unserviceable items are returned to stores with the correct label attached
Ensure any tooling or equipment used is duly cleaned and returned in serviceable condition, or clearly labeled if defective.
Education & Experience
Valid aircraft maintenance license (ICAO B1 license acceptable for conversion as GCAA CAR-66. or Minimum Basic EASA66 B1 or GCAA CAT A).
Formal aircraft apprenticeship or equivalent and 5 years of experience in an Aircraft Maintenance environment
About Etihad Airways
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, was formed in 2003 to bring Abu Dhabi to the World . Over the years, we have grown into Etihad Aviation Group, a diversified global aviation and travel company, which is one of the world’s most acclaimed industry brands.
Our airline flies to over 84 destinations with a fleet of over 100 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, serving 18.6 million passengers a year and carrying 682,000 tonnes of cargo in 2018.