We currently have some vacancies for Aircraft Maintenance EASA B1 & B2 Licenced Engineers. These positions are based at Dublin Airport and you will be working with a team of highly skilled employees with over 30+ years of knowledge and experience in the Aviation Industry, who want to share their talent with you.  Dublin Aerospace will train you to a very high standard, allowing you to grow in your career with progression opportunities available to those who are eager to get to the next stage of their career.  With competitive salary and great benefits we want our employees to feel valued in a company where fairness, an exciting and inclusive workplace, and a rewarding and fulfulling carer are important. 


Key Responsibilities

  • Performance and Certification of Base Maintenance work up to C Checks on narrow and wide body aircraft (all A320 series, 737 CL/NG & A330

  • Perform duties as assigned by Check/Zonal Leader ensuring that all work is completed in a timely fashion and meets the delivery requirements of the customer;

  • Ensuring work is carried out to the highest standard and ensuring the safety of the aircraft at all times;

  • Use the IT systems available as directed throughout the department to log the work they complete;

  • Ensuring that all work performed is recorded on the appropriate paperwork and signed for on a progressive basis;

  • Ensuring the correct use and control of aircraft parts and materials;

  • Report any technical or airworthiness issue to the Team Leader.

  • Be prepared to undertake other duties as may be reasonably assigned by the Company from time to time

  • Ensuring that work area is kept clean, safe and in an orderly condition;

  • Adhere to all company, regulatory and Health and Safety procedures;

  • Adhere to the relevant airport regulations and procedures.




  • Hold a current unrestricted EASA Aircraft Maintenance B1 &/or B2 Licence

  •  Working knowledge of how to navigate manuals and IT systems.

  • Strong communication skills oral and written

  • Ability to read and comply with repairs and instructions from the relevant manual;

  • Ability to work on own initiative, be self-motivated and flexible in their approach to work;

  • Proven problem solving and decision making skills;

  • A good sense of commercial awareness;

  • Ability to work within a team;

  • Fluency in English, both spoken and written;

  • Be able to pass a 5 year background check;

  • Permitted to live and work in the Republic of Ireland without restrictions.



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