Careers and Training at KLM UK Engineering
- Date advertised
- Type of Contract
- Technical Training Instructor
|Sector / Principal Occupation||Instructor|
|Roles and Responsibilities||
A dedicated instructor is required to teach aircraft engineering courses (basic and type) in accordance with EASA Part 66.
Duties will include development, preparation and presentation of course material, maintaining a high standard of instruction in accordance with current instructional techniques and procedures.
The successful applicant should be a fully trained Electrical, Avionics or a multi-trade/skilled B2 aircraft engineer with experience of delivering aircraft maintenance training (although instructional training may be provided for exceptional candidates who do not possess this experience).
The ability to motivate and inspire a group is essential, whilst also being able to communicate at all levels. Applicants must be IT literate and have a working knowledge of Word and PowerPoint. Applicants must also be prepared to work away from base on occasions.
We would be interested in hearing from both full time and part time applicants.
- Aircraft Mechanics
- Full/Time Permanent
|Sector / Principal Occupation||Base Maintenance|
|Roles and Responsibilities||
We would like to hear from Base Maintenance Aircraft Mechanics interested in supporting our Customers at Norwich International Airport:
In addition to a competitive basic salary, the following payments are also applicable:
The Company also offers:
If you match the above criteria we would be interested in hearing from you. Please quote the job reference and apply either on line, by emailing your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to HR Department, KLM UK Engineering Limited, Liberator Road, Norwich International Airport, Norwich, Norfolk. NR6 6ER.
Aircraft Apprenticeship Scheme
Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic Apprenticeship Scheme aimed at 16+ years. A sponsored four year course, run in conjunction with EAGIT training in Norwich, which will equip individuals with the academic and practical skills required to become a skilled Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic.
Minimum 16 years of age with an aptitude and passion for Engineering
Minimum of 3 GCSE, grade C or above in Maths, English and a Science
Ability to pass our pre-selection examination
Good communication skills both written and verbal
Good IT skills
At the end of the 4 year training programme, successful students will be qualified to:-
Level 3 in Mechanical Engineering
C&G 2675 in Aeronautical Engineering
EASA Part 66 Category A licence
The course structure includes practical training at EAGIT together with periods of on-the-job training spent in our Workshops to perfect hand-skills, our Support Departments to gain a full understanding of how the business works and within the hangar environment working on aircraft undergoing maintenance within the facility.
At the end of the 4 years, the top 2 highest achievers will be guaranteed employment. All other apprentices will be interviewed and recruited subject to performance, results and suitable vacancies.
Please download our application form, complete and return the application form to the HR Department, KLM UK Engineering Limited, Liberator Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR6 6ER or telephone us on +44 (0)1603 254513 to request a form to be sent.
PLEASE NOTE THE CLOSING DATE FOR 2013 INTAKE IS:
MONDAY 22ND APRIL 2013
EASA Part 66 B1 Licensed Engineers' Course
The EASA Part 66 UK Foundation Degree in Aircraft Licensed Engineering is in its 10th year and is run in conjunction with Kingston University London. The degree is aimed at 18+ years, is a two year course that is undertaken at KLMUKE Technical College based in Norwich. The course aims to equip graduates for the job market by combining academic learning with practical skills.
On successful completion of the 2 years, students will be awarded a Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering and after successful completion of a further minimum 2 years maintenance experience, a full B1 licence.
Application is via UCAS. For more information including entry requirements, please visit Kingston University’s website at http://www.kingston.ac.uk/undergraduate-course/aircraft-engineering-2012/
On successful completion of this course, KLM UK Engineering looks to recruit selected individuals to work within their aircraft maintenance hangars based at Norwich Airport. Graduates starting salary package in excess of £18K with ability to progress and develop!