Technical and Engineering, Engineering general

Technical Services Engineer - Structures

Last updated: 2 weeks ago
Expires: 2 months from now
Job Role:
Technical and Engineering, Engineering general
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Job description


This is your opportunity to become a part of a fast-growing airline that is expanding its business ventures in the charter, ACMI, and Cargo business. We are an EU-based Airline Company with headquarters in Riga (Latvia), Tallinn (Estonia), and Lija (Malta).

SmartLynx Airlines specializes in full-service ACMI aircraft lease services and is an acknowledged ACMI, cargo, and charter provider in the EU on Airbus A320, A321, and A330 aircraft. 

From year to year we are growing - in fleet size, block hours, team members, and a number of awards.

SmartLynx Airlines is a proud owner of the 2019 Best Employer in Latvia in the Transportation Sector award.

We are looking for new colleagues from all over the world. We offer a highly attractive relocation package to one of our headquarters or alternatively working from anywhere in the world with occasional travel to visit your Team in one of our headquarters. 



  • You will prepare, issue and update the aircraft Damage and Repairs status list and chart;
  • You will be responsible for the transfer from aircraft technical log to OASES of temporary or life-limited maintenance requirements resulting from repairs and damages;
  • Supervise and manage all structural repairs;
  • You will prepare and gain approval for necessary structural repairs;
  • Create Engineering Orders with approved repair instructions;
  • Update information in the OASES database in accordance with the field of responsibility;
  • You will evaluate the damage and repair status of new (newly entered into our fleet) aircraft and convert Damage List/Chart, Manage and control Fan blade Damage List/Chart up to company standard;
  • Prepare and include Structural Repair and re-inspection tasks in the Base maintenance work package preparation sheet.



  • You must hold an Aeronautical Engineering Degree or Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance license;
  • You should have at least 2 years of experience with an air carrier, commercial operator;
  • You have to be experienced working with aircraft structures, damages, and repairs;
  • Completed A320, A330, or B737Max aircraft type training or familiarization courses will be considered an advantage;
  • You must have good knowledge of EASA rules and regulations;
  • Good knowledge of the English language;
  • Good knowledge and experience in operating computer software programs and handling computer data and information;
  • Knowledge of OASES will be considered as an advantage.



  • Opportunity to work with aviation experts;
  • Advantage of working in developing, international aviation company with friendly, modern and comfortable work atmosphere;
  • Fully paid lunch in the office during lunch hours;
  • Advanced health insurance;
  • Travel for great prices on SmartLynx Airlines charter flights for you and your family;
  • Corporate & Social events;
  • Professional and personal development opportunities while working in a fast-developing multicultural environment.