Find out More About Our Open Positions!
Whether you are working ‘behind the scenes’ on the ground or as an aircraft engineer based in one of our state of the art engineering facilities throughout Europe, we could have career opportunities for you. We look for ambitious and hard-working engineers who want to help us to ensure the continued safety and air-worthiness of our fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Why should you join our team?
- Working on one of the youngest fleets in the industry
- Industry leading training
- Career and promotional opportunities throughout Europe
- Competitive salaries
- Planned Rosters
We offer stable employment and progression opportunities for anybody looking to join our growing team!
From scheduled overnight maintenance to dedicated AOG mobilisation teams ready to be flown across our European network by our engineering support aircraft, our engineering department ensures that all Ryanair aircraft are ready to fly over 153 million customers each year to over 200 destinations.
Each of our third party service providers are now hiring in the following locations:
- Ireland – Ryanair
- UK – AES
- Germany – Ryanair Engineering GMBH
- Italy, Greece & Cyprus – South East Aviation Services (SEAS)
- Spain, Portugal & Morocco – JC Aircraft Maintenance
- Scotland – Prestwick Aircraft Maintenance Ltd (PAMS)
- Lithuania – Kaunas Aircraft Maintenance Services (KAMS)
- Poland – Wroclaw Aircraft Maintenance Services (WAMS)
- Austria/Vienna – Aircraft Maintenance GmbH (DMAM)
Working on one of the youngest fleets in the industry, receive industry leading training and unlimited career and promotional opportunities throughout Europe.
Just some of the reasons you should join our team.
With graduates roles and programmes available in many teams across our engineering department, we offer the best start for ambitious aviation and engineering graduates to work closely with senior management on projects in Europes favourite airline.
Engineering Quality Assurance
Maintaining an oversight of the airworthiness of our fleet on a daily basis, the Engineering Quality Assurance team liaise with National authorities regularly regarding airworthiness and safety and conduct reviews and audits across our engineering operation to ensure the highest standard of compliance with the applicable regulations and procedures.
Conduct extensive checks on individual aircraft systems, structure and components all of our Boeing 737-800 aircraft to ensure they continue to operate with the utmost efficiency and serviceability. These checks are carried out at our heavy maintenance facilities in Prestwick, Scotland, Kaunas, Lithuania, Wroclaw, Poland and Seville, Spain.
Our Line Maintenance team are responsible for all aircraft maintenance tasks from routine turnarounds and overnight checks to troubleshooting and rectification of defects, AOG recovery, Ramp Checks and A Checks at our 70+ line stations throughout Europe ensuring that all our aircraft depart and take our customers to their destinations on time.
Our materials team is responsible for sourcing and purchasing of all our aircraft parts to ensure that all maintenance can be completed as necessary on our fleet of aircraft across our European network.
With over 450 aircraft in our fleet, our maintenance planners ensure that are all maintenance is scheduled and completed as required. The team is responsible for planning of both long and short term maintenance across our network.
Providing technical support to the Ryanair fleet for Structures, Aircraft systems, Avionics, Powerplant, Reliability.
Our trainers ensure that our engineers across Europe are trained to the highest technical standard allowing them to continue to deliver maintenance and maintain our leading safety record.
|Role||Department||Location||Find out more|
|Health and Safety Manager||Engineering||Madrid, Spain||Find out more|
|CAT A Licenced Mechanic - KTW||Line Maintenance||Katowice, Poland||Find out more|
|B1 Engineer||Heavy Maintenance||Prestwick, United Kingdom||Find out more|
|B1 Mechanic||Heavy Maintenance||Prestwick, United Kingdom||Find out more|