KLM Airline Aircraft Mechanic Vacancies (Apply Now)


KLM Airline Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic Career

About Job

As an Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic you will be responsible for the following, among other things:

Maintaining and releasing aircraft on the apron, in the hangar and at outstationsCarrying out inspections, repairs, modifications, under the supervision of an Aircraft Maintenance Technician (GWK)

Consult with Aircraft Maintenance Technician in case of disruptions in the progress of the work

Administering the work performed in accordance with the regulations

Carrying out (urgent) repairs and/or inspections abroad on an ad-hoc basis

The work is carried out in shifts (24/7)

Your profile

You have a completed training in aircraft technology at MBO 3 or 4 level

You have gained experience in aircraft technology and are in possession of (the majority of) the mandatory EASA Part 66 certificates to become CAT AYou have good communication and social skills and you are customer-oriented

You are able to improvise, think in solutions and possibilities

You have a proactive attitude and a flexible attitude

You are stress resistant and focused on collaboration

You master the English and Dutch language in word and writing

You have knowledge of EASA laws and regulations

You have computer skills and use mobile devices (including I Pad)

What do we offer?

You will work in a dynamic company that is in full development

An inspiring working environment at Schiphol-Centre, in the Hangar and ad-hoc business trips to outstations make the work extra challenging and varied

The hangar has been completely renovated and has modern facilities

The atmosphere is informal and there is constructive cooperation

You get a personal iPad, new and comfortable work clothes

MBO 4 graduates can then qualify for an initial type of training and transfer to Aircraft Maintenance Technician (GWK)

We offer you excellent primary and secondary employment conditions. The salary indication for this position is a basic gross salary between €2,153 and €3,559, depending on the EASA experience requirement, availability of the required Part 66 certificates and internal Cat A type training

In addition to this basic monthly salary, you will receive an irregularity allowance, an end-of-year bonus, an annual profit-sharing, annual holiday allowance, travel allowance and air travel at a reduced rate on KLM/KLC flights according to availability

We also offer you training opportunities for personal growth and development trainings

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