Flight School in Cambodia is looking for an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer as it expands fleet

07th Jan 2022

Lanmei Training Center, a Flight School and Simulator Training Center established in 2021 in Phnom Penh Cambodia, is looking for B1.2 or B3 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Piston)

Role
  • Overseeing and issuing CRS on Light Aircraft Sling & Magnus Fusion 212 with Rotax engines including managing a pool of technicians and preparing training aircraft for operations
  • Able to support at odd hours as per company Requirements.
  • willing to learn and also train technicians
  • Able to generate duty rosters for operation technicians .
  • Able to understand maintenance intervals and Plan perodics maintenance checks and also monitoring of spares and records
  • Able to write weekly reports and report to Maintenance manager.
Requirements
  • Holding a valid B1.2 or B3 Aeroplanes piston Licences ICAO Type II
  • Age below 40 years old
  • Minimum 4-year certifying experience on GA Aircraft / Rated on Sling or Magnus fusion 212 will be an extra advantage with Rotax 912 series engine
  • Appropriate type training will be provided for engineers without rating on sling and magnus
  • Strictly for Southeast Asia Nationalities only
  • Willing to Relocate to Cambodia

Note: Deadline of Application is on 28 February 2022

For more information, kindly contact Andrew Naidu and check out the job post here.

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