Technical and Engineering, B1 licensed engineer

B1.3 Licensed Engineer

Last updated: 1 month ago
Expires: 3 weeks from now
Job Role:
Technical and Engineering, B1 licensed engineer
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Job description

We are looking for a self motivated and enthusiastic B1.3 Licensed Engineer to join our team at CHC Helicopter. Reporting to the Shift Supervisor, the B1.3 Engineer will be part of our strong professional maintenance team. The team are responsible for delivering our multi type fleet of Helicopters to the flight line to help our customers achieve their goals.

The key responsibilities of a B1.3 Licensed Engineer are:

  • Responsible for maintaining the required authorisations for aircraft and aircraft components maintained in their area
  • Responsible for the quality of work carried out by themselves and non-certifying technicians under their supervision
  • Responsible for the accurate compilation of documentation and the certification of maintenance carried out within the scope of their authority
  • Ensure that all documentation used during maintenance is of the correct revision status
  • Ensure that they remain current with all amendments to Company Procedures/Manuals and all other relevant technical data provisions
  • Ensure all tools used during maintenance are properly controlled and calibrated
  • Responsible for the cleanliness and tidiness of the work areas under their control
  • Required to undertake aircraft towing operations after training
  • Assist with the receipt and dispatch of stores as directed by the storeman
  • Liaise with the Shift Supervisor and/ or the GSE Coordinator with regards to all periodic inspections and calibrations of tools and equipment held at the base
  • When nominated, take charge of an aircraft operating away from a main base including the satisfactory, efficient and timely completion of all maintenance arising in addition to any significant component changes and/or modifications
  • Must observe employee responsibilities to comply with Health, Safety and Environmental policy within their area
  • Responsible for being familiar with the Company IT systems i.e. AMOS (training of which will be provided as required)

The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • A UKCAA Part 66 Licence, preferably with a AW139 and/or AW169 Type Rating
  • An awareness of MSDS and COSHH requirements
  • Be computer literate - experience of AMOS MRO software is preferred but not essential
  • Good Communications skills as the role will be required to communicate internally and externally to persons outside of their discipline, at all levels
  • The ability to work within a team, which may include tasks outside their trade discipline
  • Maintain a high standard of professionalism with the ability to work unsupervised

Candidates must have the right to live and work in the UK.

Candidates will also be required to pass Psychometric evaluations and be able to pass a UK security background check required to obtain an airport security pass.


UKCAA Part 66 license