• B1 Licensed Engineer - BD700/CL605

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    VistaJet is the first and only global aviation company. With over 70 Global and Challenger jets, VistaJet operates the largest privately owned Bombardier fleet.


    We are seeking a B1 Licensed Engineer to join our growing Engineering department in our new line station in Farnborough. 



    Your Responsibilities

    Responsible for the completion of all elements of Part 145 Aircraft maintenance activity across the area of responsibility to ensure delivery of the required levels of technical performance to meet the operational needs whilst ensuring company safety and maintenance standards/procedures are adhered to equally throughout.

    Required Skills, Qualifications, and Experience

    • Ensure compliance with Part 145 Safety and Maintenance procedures at all times, challenging any unsafe acts and pursue improvements in safety culture and behaviour
    • Always present a professional and respectful attitude to both VistaJet employees and customers
    • Carry out Aircraft Maintenance i.a.w. approved and up to date maintenance instructions in a safe and professional manner
    • Collaborate closely with Part 145 management team to ensure maintenance expectations are managed, understood and delivered across all boundaries.
    • Liaise with VistaJet MOC and other internal and external stakeholders as required to ensure all support solutions are effectively explored and delivered.
    • Work closely with the Part 145 management team to assist in the development and implementation of company maintenance strategy.
    • Actively develop and inspire the Part 145 maintenance team’s capability and effectiveness through support, communication, feedback.
    • International travel may be required in support of the business
    • Other tasks and duties may be assigned as required to support the business
    • Hold a EASA B1 Licence 
    • Type rated and Current on either BD700/CL605/CL350/CL850 
    • Must have the right to work in the EU 


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