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Trainee Workshop Mechanic:

  • Repairing components made of fiberglass, carbon, aramid or various aluminum alloys (composite workshop).
  • Carrying out repairs and testing of aircraft cabin equipment components and filling oxygen cylinders (avionics workshop).
  • Repairing such components as wing mechanization elements, engine intakes, landing gear components (structural workshop).
  • Searching for the best repair solutions in accordance with technical documentation and implementing them.
  • Working with AMOS system.

Trainee Avionic Mechanic:

  • Performing Avionic inspections, routine maintenance, wiring modifications and systems troubleshooting.
  • Proficient in vendor and company documentation and paperwork.
  • Maintain a high standard of work in all tasks.
  • Any other duties as assigned by management / supervisor.

Trainee Mechanic:

  • Heavy maintenance of Boeing 737-800 servicing for the Part-145 organization.
  • Working under the supervision of licensed B1 / B2 / C staff.
  • Working with technical documentation (AMM, SRM, IPC, FIM, etc.).
  • Working with a workshop team (structural and composite repairs).
  • Working with the AMOS system.
  • Assisting mechanics and engineers in daily aircraft repair.
  • Ensuring all jobs are done in time and in accordance with requirements.
  • Ensuring all training are done in time.
  • Other duties related to aircraft repair.




  • Employment for an indefinite period after 12 months.
  • Interesting job in a large, well-established aviation company.
  • International environment and global working standards.
  • Professional onboarding and training program tailored to the position.
  • Private medical care.
  • Refferal program.
  • Opportunities of buissness international travel.
  • Opportunities for career progression.
  • Inclusive meetings.
  • Employee parking space.
  • Coofinancing medical glasses, needed work clothes.

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