Maintenance Repair Operations, Mechanical Engineer


Last updated: 1 week ago
Expires: 3 weeks from now
Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations, Mechanical Engineer
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Job description

We are BAA Training, one of the TOP 3 largest independent aviation training centers in Europe. Our people are united by passion for aviation and a desire to ensure efficient training solutions for both pilots and airlines. A comprehensive list of EASA approved training programs and extensive experience on the market allow us to meet the training needs of the global aviation. BAA Training has offices in Vilnius, Lithuania; Barcelona and Lleida, Spain; Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam and is constantly expanding. Currently we are looking for an Junior Flight Simulator Technician to join our international team in Vilnius, Lithuania. If you think that aviation could be your next challenge – contact us now!


We promise a highly challenging field and wide scope of responsibilities, which will initially cover:

  • Liaison with Flight Crews both pre and post training sessions to ensure smooth running of the session.
  • Ensuring all documentation is completed correctly to help ensure high standard of availability of the simulator(s).
  • Providing initial response to flight crews during training sessions and reacting immediately of any fault which can`t be rectified, and which can may result in of “lost time” affecting the availability of simulator.
  • Performing periodic check-ups prior the trainings sessions, diagnosis and salvage of accidental issues, including required software and hardware adjustments.
  • IT equipment maintenance.
  • Work according to approved company processes.
  • Participation in daily meetings based on Lean principles.
  • Setting and achieving short-term and long-term goals in accordance with the company’s strategic goals.
  • Performing other duties and responsibilities assigned by direct manager.


·We dream about a team member who has:       

  • University bachelor degree in engineering field: Aviation, Electronics, Informatics, Automation, Mechanics or a similar field (or final year student).
  • ·        Ability to read drawings and schemes of electronics, electrical, hydraulics and mechanical systems.
  • ·        Being able to work in shifts.
  • ·        Excellent knowledge of Lithuanian and English language (both written and spoken).
  • ·        Independently interested in activities related to mechanics, robotics, electronics.
  • ·        Wants to learn every day and thinks aviation could be the love of one`s life.
  • ·        Compliance with work discipline, code of conduct, safety at work, fire safety, environmental protection requirements.