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iPhone users to Fly unmanned Aircraft




Smart phones fly mini drones

An iPhone doesn’t look all that threatening at first glance. But connect it to a military drone, and all of a sudden that could be one dangerous little smartphone.

Researchers from Boeing and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed an app that allows iPhone users to fly unmanned aircraft using fairly simple finger movements. According to the group’s website, the technology could soon be used to allow military officials to remotely control UAVs in combat and intelligence-gathering missions.

Smartphones have been used to fly drones before, but never from such remote distances. In the video demonstration below, Boeing engineer George Windsor sends the unmanned contraption buzzing around the MIT baseball field in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Windsor, meanwhile, is sitting in a Boeing building in Seattle, Washington—some 3,000 miles away.


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Aeronautical Engineers make Films




Engineers make Films - The Invisible Fish

A bunch of engineers, who have passed out of the Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, have a hobby that has nothing to do with aeronautics. They make films. In fact, the alumni has made 30 films in the last five years. Pondfreaks Entertainment, as the group calls itself, has directors, actors, a screenplay writer, editors and a graphic designer. Lately, the group has been making waves on the Internet with its 20-minute short film The Invisible Fish.

Some kids who loved films started the club. Their first film was a 20-minute thriller called Highway, which was terrible. Karthik, one of the team members, says candidly, “We got very bad comments from friends and anyone who saw it. The quality of the video camera was really bad, the editing was not well done and it was miscast.” But a film or two later, they made one more thriller Alive. It went on to win awards at a college film festival and since then, there has been no looking back. They experimented with themes of horror, friendship, love, Naxalism, gang feuds, cops, illusion and many more. They’ve shot in Goa, Coastal India, Hyderabad and even their homes.

While the learning process was gradual, books and watching films helped the most. They watched the top 250 movies of the IMBD list. Ajay, the member who handles visual effects and graphics on the team, says, “Thankfully, our faculty and parents were very supportive and encouraging. They gifted us books which became a tool of learning.”

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers vacancies with Aerosource Reliance

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Jobs with Aerosource Reliance
Aerosource Reliance currently have the following contract positions for B1 (Mechanical) & B2 (Avionics) Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (LAME) for Line and Base Maintenance:-

B747 B1 and B2 Positions    
Description:     Line and Base Maintenance - Malaysia
Ratings Combination :     B747-400 with B777-200/300(RR Trent 800) or A330-200/300(PW 4000)
Reference:     ASR-B747

B737 B1 and B2 Positions    
Description:     Line and Base Maintenance - Malaysia
Ratings Combination :     B737-400/NG (Line) and B737CLS/NG/ATR 72(Base)
Reference:     ASR-B737(L/B)

A330 B1 and B2 Positions    
Description:     Base Maintenance - Malaysia
Ratings Combination :     A330-200/300 with B747-400/B777-200/300
Reference:     ASR-A330

A340 B1 and B2 Positions    
Description:     Base Maintenance - Malaysia
Ratings Combination :     A340 with B747-400/A330/B777
Reference:     ASR-A340

NOTE: ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE NOTIFIED AND ALL CANDIDATES ARE STRICTLY REQUIRED TO COMPLY TO THE REQUIREMENTS IN UPLOADING THEIR DOCUMENTS FOR THE ABOVE POSITIONS!

For detailed information, please email us at hr@aerosource.biz

Requirements:
    Possess valid Aircraft Maintenance License issued by the following authorities:-
        CAAS (Singapore)
        HKCAD (Hong Kong)
        DCA (Malaysia)
        CASA (Australian and New Zealand)
        NZCAA (New Zealand)
        BDCA (Brunei)
        UKCAA/EASA Part 66 issued in the UK (LWTR is acceptable)
    Having 2 or more aircraft type ratings in A&C or EIR as mentioned
    Having current hands on experience with minimum 6 months recency in the last 2 years.

Aviation Scholarship: Hamburg University study abroad opportunity in Aeronautical Engineering

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Scholarship information about the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences study abroad opportunity in Aeronautical Engineering.

Hamburg is the world’s third largest center for civil aviation and home of the new super jumbo Airbus A380.

As a partner with Virginia Tech, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW-Hamburg) provides an excellent opportunity for study abroad in the discipline of Aeronautical Engineering. The courses are taught in English on their campus in Hamburg, Germany and include modules in the university's particular fields of expertise "Aircraft Design & Lightweight Structures" and "Aircraft Cabin/Cabin Systems." A complete list of course offerings is available here. Hamburg is the world’s third largest center for civil aviation and home of the new super jumbo Airbus A380.

Airbus A320 assembly line Airbus A320 final assembly line in Hamburg, Germany.

Hamburg University of Applied Sciences offers a scholarship of 1,000 Euros and additional scholarships are offered by Virginia Tech. For scholarship information please submit the request form below. The program brochure contains additional program information including tuition/semester contribution and housing costs.

This program is open to students who have attained Junior status, have successfully completed "Deformable Bodies" and "Statics" and have a GPA at of at least 2.9. The application deadline is October 30, 2011.

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IATA: Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Management Course




Maintenance & Engineering Management
Description:
Understand the purpose of Maintenance Schedule or Programs and its added value to enhance the operational safety of an airline.
Course details
Available as: Classroom & In-Company course
Duration: 5 days (40 hours)
Recommended level: Professional and Management
Prerequisites: Participants should have basic knowledge of Aviation Maintenance and Engineering
What you will learn
Upon completing this course you will have the skills to:
    Identify the requirements of maintenance to hold an AOC (Air Operator Certificate)
    Meet regulators requirements
    Develop and implement maintenance schedules and its added value to enhance the operational safety of an airline
    Appreciate the importance of production Planning and Control in a maintenance environment
    Understand the requirements of a Maintenance Procedures Manual

Who should attend
This course is recommended for:
    Maintenance and engineering department leads
    Maintenance and repair organization management personnel
    Maintenance and repair service providers
    Supply chain managers

Content Overview
Key topics
    Aircraft Maintenance Programs
    Aircraft Maintenance Management
    Inventory Control
    Planning
    Human Factor in Maintenance

Certificate awarded
An IATA Certificate of Completion is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 70% or higher on all exercises and exams. A special distinction is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 90% or higher.

Beijing, China                  December 05 - December 09, 2011
Delhi, India                      July 09 - July 13, 2012
Singapore                         July 16 - July 20, 2012
Geneva, Switzerland        July 23 - July 27, 2012
Miami, USA                    August 20 - August 24, 2012

Avionics Technician Jobs

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Aviation Careers: Avionics Jobs JP Technical USA

Job Details
Category:     Avionics
Job Title:     Avionics Technician Sr
Region:     Hawaii
Pay Range:     Contact
Hours per Week:   40
Order Type:  TEMP
Branch Name:     JP Technical USA     Branch Phone:     (877)578-3247
           


Description:
Position Purpose:
Plan and coordinate all electrical/avionics activities and work with existing maintenance team on customers aircraft to meet aircraft schedules, repairs, parts, components shipped to vendors, etc.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential Functions:
    Coordinate efforts of Electrical and Avionics activities for scheduled and unscheduled Computerized Maintenance Program (CMP) tasks to meet aircraft schedules and deadlines.
    Supervise and instruct a small team with technical guidance and proper procedures of trouble shooting electrical/avionics systems, routine inspections and preventive maintenance.
    Perform pre-flight/post-flight inspections to include ground handling operations.

    Review work, including forms and records, to ensure compliance with Site Inspection Procedures Manual, Site Operating Procedures and FAR’s.

    Coordinate efforts of Electrical and Avionics activities to meet aircraft schedules and deadlines. Review work, including forms and records, to ensure compliance with Site Inspection Procedures Manual, Site Operating Procedures and FARs.
    Perform required periodic maintenance and necessary servicing of all aircraft mechanical systems.
    Follow standard operating procedures and Job Safe Analysis (JSA) when operating ground support equipment, such as power supply, hydraulic rigs, nitrogen and oxygen service carts.
    Maintain a preventive maintenance program on test equipment, hand tools, and special tools.
    Maintain a current knowledge of Aircraft Service Changes (ASC), Customer Bulletins, inspection schedule requirements, vendor information and all other procedures, publications and general knowledge pertaining to aircraft maintenance and servicing.
Additional Functions:
    Support a continuous safety program in hangar area which includes operation of support equipment, aircraft systems and general housekeeping.
    Must be able to obtain and hold government 'secret" clearance
    Perform other duties as required.
Operating Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
Training & Education Requirements:
    High School graduate, GED or equivalent.
    FAA Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic Certificate "Preferred"
    Ability to plan, organize, implement and obtain objective with minimal direction.
    Possess strong communication skills.

Experience Requirements:
    4-6 years combined experience in inspection, maintenance or servicing of large/mid-size aircraft.
    Two (2) years of formal avionics/electrical training on large/mid-size corporate aircraft.
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Avionics Technician Jobs: Avionics/Electrical Technician Sr.




Aviation Jobs
Job Details
Category:     Avionics        
Job Title:     Avionics/Electrical Technician Sr.    
Region:     Southeast US
Pay Range:     Contact Us    
Hours per Week:     40
 Order Type:     TEMP
Branch Name:     JP Technical USA     Branch Phone:     (877)578-3247
   
Description:
Position Purpose: Provide leadership, technical expertise and guidance while performing various operational, functional tests and repairs of avionics/electronic, aircraft equipment and systems to ensure a defect free aircraft. Provide superior technical expertise in troubleshooting and repairing system discrepancies to ensure minimum schedule impact. Demonstrate technical expertise and leadership by defining and implementing process changes to reduce cost and meet schedule without compromising Safety or Quality. Demonstrates the knowledge and leadership skills required to fill in for the team leader thus insuring that the company goals of Safety and Quality are enforced all times while adhering to daily work plans to maintain schedule requirements.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential Functions:
1.Demonstrates superior technical skills and expertise in avionics and aircraft systems operational testing and troubleshooting. Provide direct training to personnel to support company cross-training goals while ensuring a safety conscience, quality oriented, skilled workforce.

2.Teaches the installation and functionally testing of electrical/avionics components and systems on aircraft per Engineering specifications, drawings and maintenance manuals ensuring a defect free system.

3.Ensures quality and efficiency of all installations: troubleshoots and teaches troubleshooting processes/concepts to provide timely, quality repairs of malfunctioning systems.

4.Demonstrates to others the skills and knowledge required to effective and efficiently repair or replace defective components and wiring to ensure installations meet conformity. Demonstrates effective repair techniques using acceptable practices including splicing, soldering and pinning of wiring.

5.Oversees the performance and compliance with engineering changes and modifications as required.

6.Sets up and operates necessary test equipment: conducts functional and operational tests to evaluate performance and reliability.

7.Demonstrates through diligent compliance the importance of daily logs and other paperwork. Ensures that all work performed on the aircraft is properly and completely documented.

8.As required, pre-inspects work of others prior to submitting to inspection for approval to reduce rework and inspection time.

9.Provide the knowledge and technical expertise in testing and maintaining test equipment and electronic systems and components as required.

10.Ability to read and interpret basic blueprints and schematic diagrams.

11.Enforces the company FOD program, tool control program, 5-S program and all safety regulations.

Additional Functions:
1.Self inspection capability for all avionics testing functions in applicable areas.

2.Performs other duties as assigned.
High School graduate or GED.

2 yrs of accredited schooling in aviation/electronics, 4 yrs exp; or 6 yrs related work exp in an avionics/electronic position. Proficiency in the operation/troubleshooting of A/C systems other than avionics as well as A&P license or FCC preferred.

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Required Certified Aircraft Engineer B1 / B2 Global Express type rated

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B1 / B2 Engineer Global Express type rated

An experienced certifying aircraft engineer required type rated on the Bombardier Global Express corporate aircraft is required by our client in the Far East

Qualification and Experience
    At least 5 years Certifying Engineer experience
        Must have Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (HKCAA) part66 licence B1 and/or B2
or
EASA part66 B1 and/or B2 C license
or
Australian CASA
or
New Zealand NZCAA
    Musthave a current Global Express business jet aircraft type rating
        Additionallymusthave AT LEAST one of the following type ratings such as Gulfstream G550, G450, GIV, G200, Bombardier Challenger CL604, CL605, CJ3, Falcon series such as Falcon 900EX, Falcon 2000Easy, Falcon 7X, Falcon 50 executive jets
    Experience of working in a multi cultural work environment

The main tasks of the Global Express Engineer
    Scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements
    Liaise closely with flight crew
    Assist to prepare aircraft for each departure and perform "Post Flight" inspection
    Assist in the ordering of spare parts to meet both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements
    Interior & exterior detailing of aircraft
    Liaise with OEM technical service representatives in relation to aircraft technical issues
    Attend to other aircraft AOG requirements as directed by the Director of Maintenance
    Fly on aircraft as crew member when requested by flight crew and the Company
    Assist in the processing of paperwork and forward completed work packages
    Assist to maintain technical data
    Assist to coordinate ground handling of aircraft with ground handling agent
    Assist to maintain ground support equipment assigned in good working order and monitor calibration status where applicable
    Monitor AD and SB status of aircraft and schedule
    IMPORTANT  - must be willing to travel at short notice

Send your CV and a copy of your license to:- phil.newton@jet-professionals.ch

American Airlines Careers: Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor

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Aviation Jobs
AA careers: Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor-1103476

Description
The Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor oversees and manages the aircraft maintenance workload, resources, and activities for an assigned work group or several work groups at terminal and/or hangar operations at line or base maintenance stations in such a manner as to assure continuing safety, compliance, dependability, reliability and financial performance, with fair and harmonious relationships within his/her work group(s), the operations management team, TWU, internal customers, vendors, FAA, and all non-AA business contacts.  He/she directs, administers, and coordinates the activities of their assigned work group(s) in support of policies, goals, and objectives established by the Shift Manager, Manager, Managing Director, Vice President, the Senior Vice President - M&E, and the airline.  The Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor manages and directs his/her operation toward its primary objectives by performing the following duties personally or through subordinates.

Qualifications
    Associate's and/or Bachelor's of Business or related degree are preferred. However, consideration will be given for equivalent aircraft maintenance operational leadership experience
    A&P License required for Aircraft or Component Maintenance Supervisor positions
    A successful Line and/or Base station operations track record and experience at a crew chief, tech crew chief, or other related Level 4 supervisor position
    At least 5 years verifiable hands-on experience spent in the repair, maintenance, overhaul or manufacture of aircraft with a gross weight in excess of 70,000 lbs. (including fuel) or engines with 15,000 lbs, or more of thrust
    Experience managing, supervising and/or directing workgroups
    A successful track record and experience with process improvement in maintenance and/or production environments
    Experience in positions requiring budget understanding, resource forecasting and management, and workload planning in maintenance environments

Job: OP-Operations Management
Primary Location: US-OK-Tulsa

Job Posting: 21 Sep 2011 09:29:00

Equal Opportunity Employer: American Airlines is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Work Schedule*: Full-Time

More AA jobs:
Aircraft Maintenance Technician required

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The Best Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering University is Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University




Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is the best for Aerospace Engineering program

Embry-Riddle is strong in Astronautical/Aerospace Engineering Domain

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University retained its rank as the best aerospace engineering program in the nation for the 12th straight year while Stetson University in DeLand remained one of the South's top regional universities, according to U.S. News & World Report.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Daytona Beach campus placed No. 1 in the category of "Aerospace/Aeronautical/Astronautical" for engineering schools with bachelor and master's degrees.

Embry-Riddle's main Daytona Beach campus continued leading the way in the nation for best undergraduate engineering programs in the category of "aerospace/aeronautical/astronautical" for schools with bachelor or master degrees. The campus in Prescott, Ariz., ranked third -- similar to last year.

Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach campus tied for 11th for "Best in Undergraduate Engineering," similar to last year. The Prescott campus tied for 16th.

Robert Morse, director of data research for U.S. News & World Report, said Embry-Riddle "is strong in aerospace and the rankings continue to validate that."

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Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) companies in Singapore




 List of MRO companies in Singapore
Aircraft and Engine MRO companies in Singapore
Aerospace Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) companies and organizations in Singapore. Nature of Work Service offerings are:

     Aerospace Component Engineering Services
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance, Repair services

      1. Airfoil Technologies International 
Nature of Work: Repair services,  Engine & APU maintenance

    2. Asian Surface Technologies Pte Ltd 
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance, Component / systems maintenance, Repair services

     3. Aviation & Electronics Support Pte Ltd 
   Nature of Work: Avionics maintenance

      4. Avio Aviation (AsPac) 
 Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

      5. Composite Technology International (CTI)
Nature of Work: Repair services

      6. Combustor Airmotive Services Pte Ltd 
 Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance, Component / systems maintenance

      7. Derco Aerospace Pte Ltd 
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance

     8. Eagle Services Asia
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

      9. Eurocopter South East Asia (ESEA)
 Nature of Work: Airframe maintenance (incl. Line Maintenance)

      10. GE Aviation Service Operation 
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

    11.  GE Aviation Services ATI 
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

    12.  Goodrich Aerostructures Singapore
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance

    13.  Goodrich Aircraft Wheels & Brakes
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance

     14. Hamilton Sundstrand Pacific Aerospace 
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance,  Repair services

     15. Honeywell Aerospace
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance, Avionics maintenance

     16. IECO - International Engine Component Overhaul
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance, Engine & APU maintenance

    17.  Jet Aviation - Singapore
Nature of Work: Airframe maintenance (incl. Line Maintenance)
     18. Meggitt Aerospace Asia Pacific 
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance, Repair services, Aircraft interiors MRO

    19.  Messier Services Asia 
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance, Repair services

    20.  NORDAM Singapore
 Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance, Repair service

21. PFS - Pacific Flight Services
Nature of Work: Airframe maintenance (incl. Line Maintenance)

 22.  Pratt & Whitney Canada (SEA) Pte Ltd
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

23. Rockwell Collins SEA
Nature of Work: Avionics maintenance

    24.  Sabena technics - Asia
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

25. SIA Engineering Company
Nature of Work:Airframe maintenance (incl. Line Maintenance), Engine & APU maintenance, Component / systems maintenance, Avionics maintenance, Repair services, Aircraft interiors MRO

    26.  Singapore Aero Engine Services - SAESL 
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

    27.  Singapore JAMCO Pte Ltd 
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

    28.  S-PRO - Singapore Precision Repair & Overhaul 
Nature of Work: Aircraft modification; pax to freight conversion; winglet installation

    29.  ST Aerospace
 Nature of Work: Airframe maintenance (incl. Line Maintenance), Engine & APU maintenance, Component / systems maintenance, Avionics maintenance, Repair services, Aircraft interiors MRO, Aircraft modification; pax to freight conversion; winglet installation, Helicopter MRO, Business / corporate aircraft MRO / FBO

   30. STA Engineering - ST Aerospace Engineering
Nature of Work: Airframe maintenance (incl. Line Maintenance)

31.  STA Engines - ST Aerospace Engines
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

   32.   STA Services - ST Aerospace Services 
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance

   33.   STA Systems - ST Aerospace Systems
Nature of Work: Component / systems maintenance,  Avionics maintenance

    34.  StandardAero PTE
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

    35.  Turbine Coating Services (TCS) 
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

    36.  Turbine Overhaul Services (TOS)
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

    37.  Windsor Airmotive Asia Pte Ltd
Nature of Work: Engine & APU maintenance

List of MRO companies in UAE 

Basic Knowledge: Experience Requirements for PART-66 /JAR-66.A.30




 PART-66 /JAR-66.A.30 Experience Requirements

(a) An applicant for an PART-66 /JAR-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence shall have acquired:

1. for PART-66 category A and subcategories B1.2 and B1.4:

    three years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft, if the applicant has no previous relevant technical training; or
    two years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft and completion of training considered relevant by the competent authority as a skilled worker, in a technical trade; or
    one year of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft and completion of a Part-147 approved basic training course.

2. for PART-66 category B2 and subcategories B1.1 and B1.3:
    five years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft if the applicant has no previous relevant technical training; or
    three years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft and completion of training considered relevant by the competent authority as a skilled worker, in a technical trade; or
    two years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft and completion of a Part -147 approved basic training course.

3. for PART-66 category C with respect to large aircraft:

    three years of experience exercising category B1.1, B1.3 or B2 privileges on large aircraft or as Part-145 B1.1, B1.3 or B2 support staff, or, a combination of both; or
    five years of experience exercising category B1.2 or B1.4 privileges on large aircraft or as Part-145 B1.2 or B1.4 support staff, or a combination of both; or

        4. for category C with respect to non large aircraft:

three years of experience exercising category B1 or B.2 privileges on non large aircraft or as Part-145 B1 or B.2 support staff, or a combination of both; or

        5. for category C obtained through the academic route:

an applicant holding an academic degree in a technical discipline, from a university or other higher educational institution recognized by the competent authority, three years of experience working in a civil aircraft maintenance environment on a representative selection of tasks directly associated with aircraft maintenance including six months of observation of base maintenance tasks.

(b)    An applicant for an extension to an PART-66 /JAR-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence shall have a minimum civil aircraft maintenance experience requirement appropriate to the additional category or subcategory of Licence applied for as defined in Appendix IV to this Part.

(c)    For category A, B1 and B2 the experience must be practical which means being involved with a representative cross section of maintenance tasks on aircraft.

(d)    For all applicants, at least one year of the required experience must be recent maintenance experience on aircraft of the category/subcategory for which the initial PART-66 /JAR-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence is sought. For subsequent category/subcategory additions to an existing PART-66 /JAR-66 Aircraft Maintenance License, the additional recent maintenance experience required may be less than one year, but must be at least three months. The required experience must be dependent upon the difference between the Licence category/subcategory held and applied for. Such additional experience must be typical of the new Licence category/subcategory sought.

(e)    Notwithstanding paragraph (a), aircraft maintenance experience gained outside a civil aircraft maintenance environment shall be accepted when such maintenance is equivalent to that required by this Part as established by the competent authority. Additional experience of civil aircraft maintenance shall, however, be required to ensure understanding of the civil aircraft maintenance environment.

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New Zealand Aircraft Engineer License (AMEL) is Recognised in Australia




New Zealand LAMEs - Getting Your Licence Recognised in Australia

Australia and New Zealand have agreed to recognise each other's Aviation Maintenance Engineer Licences (AMEL) under the Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Act (TTMRA).

Under the TTMRA, Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) requires an Australian AMEL to be issued. Before that can occur, New Zealand AME holders are required to satisfy all requirements for registration. That includes passing the Australian Airworthiness Administration (AA) examination.

Due to differences between the New Zealand and Australian AME licence rating groups and privileges, certain New Zealand AME ratings may be limited when translated into Australian ratings and different from the group rating normally issued.

Information for New Zealand LAMEs planning to work in Australia can be found on the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) web site or by contacting CASA's Maintenance Personnel Standards Section. We suggest you look at the web site first.
CASA information

    CASA TTMRA information for LAMEs
   

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (LAME) Career in Australia




How to become a LAME in Australia

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in Australia 
You must be at least 21 years of age, have at least 4 years experience in maintenance of aircraft or aircraft component maintenance. You must also have at least 2 years experience in the use of class license. One is classified as a body (AF), engine (English) or electrical, instrument and radio (EI & R).

The best place to gain experience through employment with the airline, defense, or general aviation.
You should also know how to read, write and understand English language, English is recognized worldwide as the standard language of aviation, there is no disability that may affect your ability to perform his duties.

You must complete a CASA endorsed training course on the aircraft type that the licence is for. (eg. Boeing 747, Cessna 120, and Bell 47). This is commonly known as aircraft type training.

Prior to completion of training aircraft type you should have all the basic requirements of knowledge for the license rating. Basic knowledge related to things such as aircraft systems, structures and theory of flight.
Basic knowledge is proved by either passing all of the appropriate CASA core and specific group examinations (known as the Basic), or completion of formal training in a recognized institution (according to CASA AME licensing section).
You must also have completed the Basic Airworthiness Authority examination (AA) within 24 months of the license is issued.

You must demonstrate practical experience to the CASA aircraft type that the license is requested on. This practical experience may be in the form of "Schedule Experience" (SOE), which is a log of tasks performed on aircraft and signed by LAME, which are certified for the task, or at the end of Log Industrial Experience and achievement in other work that is related to the rating sought .

Once these conditions have been met you can apply for CASA, CASA, and if CASA are satisfied with your knowledge and experience they should issue you with an AME Licence.

Detailed information Engineer Career Guide found on the CASA website
www.casa.gov.au/ame/guide/careerguide.pdf
The sources of information on this subject were sourced from:
Civil Aviation Regulation CAR 31
Airworthiness Advisory Circular AAC Part 9 AME Licensing
AME Licensing Procedures Manual

Available from the CASA website www.casa.gov.au

British Airways Careers: Mixed Fleet Cabin Crew Japanese Language Speakers




Aviation Jobs:
Mixed Fleet Cabin Crew Japanese Language Speakers
British Airways

   
Location     London, London Heathrow Airport
Job type     Full time
Company     British Airways
Contact     Recruitment Website
Job categories     Cabin Crew
Expires     23/09/2011
       
Job Description
Take your career further with the language you love
Connect with Japan
British Airways' list of destinations is constantly growing, with one of our latest routes going direct to Haneda, Japan. That's why we're looking for Japanese language speaking cabin crew to strengthen the loyalty of our newest customers, and contribute to our world-class service with knowledge and passion.

If you're a Japanese language speaker, then you'll have the opportunity to shine, providing world-class service to a diverse range of customers.

Take control of your career and your outstanding performance will be recognised and rewarded, and in addition this opportunity will enrich your life on a personal level. We'll encourage you to take on extra responsibilities so that you can build on your customer service experience and develop your skills.

You'll regularly fly into the heart of Tokyo and along with this, you'll also get the chance to fly to the other desirable destinations on our Mixed Fleet network.

Apply

Helicopter Jobs: Licensed BO-105 Helicopter Engineer required

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Position:     Licensed Maintenance Engineer
Salary:     Negotiable
Location(s):     Sierra Leone, Guinea
Job description:     Licensed BO 105 engineer for operation base in Sierra Leone.
It will be on freelance basis on a 6-8 weeks on/off rotation.

Will pay a daily rate of EUR 250, which can be negotiated after a trial period.
Contracts are not limited
Guarantee 185 duty days per year and have a notice period of 6 weeks during ON periods.
The contracts are made for one year and extended each year
Candidate profile:  Licensed BO-105 Helicopter Engineer required
   
For more details contact Liam Fletcher on 020 8928 6116,
or by e-mail to lfletcher@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 4871703.

Falcon Licensed Engineer: Falcon 2000 type rating essential - Africa

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Position:     Licensed Engineer
Salary:     Circa $10,000 Per month
Location(s):     Africa
Job description:     Falcon 2000 engineer required for open contract in Africa, EASA B1 licence with current Falcon 2000 type rating essential
Candidate profile:     Salary circa $10k per month, all accommodation, transport and rotational flights included. September start
   
For more details contact Liam Fletcher on 020 8928 6116,
or by e-mail to lfletcher@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 4872253.

Aviation Jobs: Dash 8 Q300 Engineer

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Position:     Dash 8 Q300 Engineer
Salary:     £27 per hour, all accommodation, flights transfers and transportation provided.
Location(s):     Africa
Job description:     B1 engineer with current type rating on Dash 8 Q300 required to perform c check in stunning and safe African location with outstanding hospitality. Duration is for a 2 month contract with poss extension .Looking to start 2nd week of August

Candidate profile:     Essential EASA B1 licence with current Dash 8 Q300 type rating, English speaking.
   
For more details contact Ian Kell on 020 8928 6116,
or by e-mail to ikell@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 4868613.

Aviation Jobs: AOG Engineers on Bombardier, Falcon or Hawker range

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Position:     AOG Engineers
Salary:     Salary to reflect exp, lic & type ratings. Excellent company benefits benefits package
Location(s):     Central Europe
Job description:     Prestigious assignment for business jet engineers to join an elite multi national AOG team. You will be EASA licenced and hold a type rating on any of the Gulfstream, Bombardier, Falcon or Hawker range.
This will be a permanent role within an industry leading organisation, salary and generous benefits package will reward your skills. As per the nature of AOG ops a shift rotation will be in place.

Candidate profile: Essential : EASA Part 66 B1 or B2 licence and current business jet type rating, English language proficiency.Beneficial : multiple type ratings additional languages.
   
For more details contact Ian Kell on 020 8626 3110,
or by e-mail to ikell@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 4868193.

Aviation Jobs: Electrical/Electronic Engineer - Technician

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Position:     Electrical/Electronic Engineer - Technician
Salary:     Negotiable to experience
Location(s):     Switzerland, Basel
Job description:     Design, commission and test of Cabin Electrical Systems like:
 Environmental Control (air conditioning, heating, humidification)
 Entertainment and Cabin Management
 Communication and Computer Networks (Telephony, GSM, LAN/WLAN)
 Satelitte communication, High Speed Data and Satellite TV
 Power generation, supply and distribution
 Galleys, seats, Interiors doors, Interior window shades
 Smoke Detection and Passenger Oxygen
 Lighting
 Selection of equipment, components, materials
 Development of electrical wiring diagrams (CAD)
 Development and procurement of ground and flight testing
 Development of technical as well as safety and certification relevant documentation such like reports, analysis, assessments
Candidate profile:  Electrical / Electronics or Radio / TV certificate or apprenticeship or higher degree (engineer, technician diploma)
 Familiar with MS Office Programs (Word, Excel, Power Point)
 Your written and spoken english is fluent
 You like working in ateam and are goal oriented
 You are dedicated to quality, reliability and safety
   
For more details contact Liam Fletcher on 020 8928 6116,
or by e-mail to lfletcher@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 4867383.

Aviation Jobs: : Cabinet Maker - Installation

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Position:     Cabinet Maker - Installation
Salary:     Negotiable to experience
Location(s):     Switzerland, Basel
Job description:   Performing detailed and high quality fine cabinet work
 Performing modifications and installations in accordance with appropriate documentation and drawings
 Performing minor and major repairs
Responsible for own work and performance in accordance with Jet Aviation Basel procedures and perform work according Jet Aviation process specifications, technical instructions and the aviation regulations
Working as a part of a team under the advise of the Superior
Candidate profile:   Cabinet Maker apprenticeship completed with appropriate educational qualifications
Intermediate English knowledge (able to understand, read and speak)
 German and/or French would be an advantage
 Experience in the aeronautical field would be an advantage
 Good team spirit
 Flexible attitude
   
For more details contact Liam Fletcher on 020 8928 6116,
or by e-mail to lfletcher@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 4867343

Aerospace jobs: Puma Mechanics

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Aerospace jobs
     
Position:     Puma Mechanics
Salary:     USD $600 per day All flights, accommodation and food.
Location(s):     Afghanistan
Job description:     Puma Mechanics certified on AS330 series. A& E and avionics required for secure compound in Afghanistan. Rotation 6 on/ 6 off. Rotations ready to start on August 1st , Sept 1st and Oct 1st.
Candidate profile:     English speaking, experience on AS330J would be beneficial.
   
For more details contact Ian Kell on 020 8928 6116,
or by e-mail to ikell@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 4865963

Emirates Engineering Career Opportunities: Base and Line Maintenance Workshops

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Emirates Careers
EMIRATES ENGINEERING
Position:  Seeking Uae Nationals For Emirates Engineering
Job Reference:  ERO/AW/18321
Posted:  27 Jun '11 • Closing: 25 Sep '11 • 15  days left
Department:  Engineering
Company / Division:  Emirates Engineering
Location:  Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    
The Emirates Group is a highly profitable business with a turnover of approximately US$ 12 billion and over 50,000 employees. The Group comprises of Dnata, the successful Airport Ground Services and Travel Industry division, and Emirates, the Group's rapidly expanding and award winning international Airline. Emirates global network now sees it flying to over 110 destinations across 6 continents, operating a modern fleet of over 150 wide-bodied aircraft. Today the Airline has orders worth over US$ 68 billion for 200 more of the latest aircraft, with plans to operate to many more destinations in the months and years ahead. Essential to our continued business success as we expand will be the ongoing employment of high quality people to join our multi-cultural team of over 150 nationalities.

As one of the largest employers in UAE, the Emirates Group is continuing its obligation towards the local community in terms of recruiting and developing Emiratis. Our commitment towards this goal is evident on the numbers and quality of UAE nationals within the Group to date. Given the rapid expansion over the coming years, we are focused on continuing to expand our Emirati community.

Emirates Engineering offers exciting career opportunities for both experienced engineering professionals and aeronautical engineering graduates to work in our State-of-the-art Engineering Maintenance Centre in Dubai.

Through our on going recruitment and career progression initiatives we offer a wide range of positions for UAE Nationals in the following areas:

Base Maintenance, Line Maintenance, Workshops
Maintenance Planning & Scheduling   
Technical Services, Technical Records
Component Management, Materials Management
Quality Assurance
Warranty & Product Support
 Aircraft Appearance Centre
 Warehousing & Logistics
Ground Support Equipment
   
Engineering Facilities
Training
Test Cell
Propulsion Planning
 Production Planning
UAE National employees of the Emirates Group enjoy a variety of unique benefits based on the position including:
- Competitive Salary
- Medical Benefits
- Career Development Support
- Profit Share
- Annual leave ticket
 - UAE Premium Allowance
- Pension Scheme
 - Staff travel benefit
  - End of service benefits

For more information visit Here

What is the Best Beginner RC Helicopter?




Most loaded RC Helicopter question of all time


Factors to be considered before buying RC Helicopter:

How much is your budget for your first rc helicopter?
How much  is in your budget for future rc helicopters?
How good your hand / eye coordination?
How old are you? (Although they are people who are 50 + learning remote control helicopters, under normal circumstances, the younger you are you can learn faster and better eyesight and hand / eye coordination)
How good your vision?

Some above factors are more important than other areas, such as budget, and available flying area

They are three kind of Beginner RC Helicopters to choose:
4 Channel Coaxial(Coax) -> 4 channel Fixed Pitch(FP) -> 6 Channel Collective Pitch(CP)



The left is generally the cheapest type to buy, and on the right is the most expensive type to buy. In recent years (even months). Between the coaxial cable and the FP sector stability has become smaller. FP helis like Walkera CB180 and Xheli of Madhawk300 line shows the stability of the charactoristics comparable Coaxials.
Do you have a large indoor area to fly it?
Do you have local resources, may be able to help you? (Friends, flying club, the local hobby shop [and know what they're doing]) 
Availability of rc helicopter parts in your locale?
Former RC aircraft experience?

Helicopters stability are subject to influences in the wind. Here is a breakdown of how they are used:
  1. Coaxial (indoor only or zero conditions Wind)
  2. Fixed-pitch (room, garage, carport, wind-protected back yard is usually <5mph winds)
  3. Collective pitch (in the open air, large backyard, basketball court, open parking, etc. Usually, <10mph winds *)

UAV Jobs: UAV Accident Investigator

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Job Detail : UAV Accident Investigator
COMPANY:     Insitu, Inc.     DATE:     Aug 22, 2011
POSITION:     UAV Accident Investigator
DESCRIPTION:     Job ID:2011-1723

Insitu is a leading high-tech autonomous systems
company driven by a culture of agility and systematic
improvement . Since 1994 Insitu has led in the design,
development and production of small autonomous aircraft
for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). We currently
produce and sell an ever growing fleet of Unmanned
Aircraft Systems that are low-cost, long-endurance, and
have low personnel requirements. These UASs provide a
no-runway launch, unprecedented stabilized day and night
video for ISR, robotic flight control, and a no-nets capture.

As we continue our rapid growth in the UAS/UAV market
we are looking for experienced talent to help us achieve
our goal of maintaining the agile and innovative problem-
solving capabilities in all the products we offer.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
The UAV Accident Investigator (UAI) reports to the Aviation
Safety Officer within the Deployed Operations Department
of Insitu, Inc.  The UAI interviews witnesses, UAS
operators and maintenance personnel, examines UAV
parts, telemetry, control systems and maintenance
records, and studies human performance issues. 
Information collected aids in the determination of mishap
root cause.  A successful UAI in the Safety and
Standardization Branch will be capable of operating in a
dynamic environment with the end goals of mishap
prevention and the highest possible level of safety in an
austere and hazardous operating environment.

Responsibilities:
Supports a safety and air vehicle mishap prevention
program to include recommendations toward an effective
post-mishap accident investigation.

Performs investigations in forward deployed regions, in
person if required, and employs effective data and
evidence collection methods IAW standard investigative
practices and contractual requirements.

Maintains of chain-of-custody and evidence/data collection
to ensure that the confidentiality and accuracy of the
investigative process is maintained.

Liaisons with field-level (FSR) resources designated to
perform on-site investigative efforts when necessary.

Ensures proper protocols and procedures are employed
when obtaining accident witness statements.

Works closely with cross-functional subject matter experts
and other departments as necessary.

Makes recommendations to facilitate appropriate
corrective/preventative action measures.

Education:
BA/BS preferred (preferably in engineering or physical
sciences. Major/minor in Aviation Safety a plus).

Preference for Naval Aviation Safety Officer School, service
equivalent, or show college focus in Aviation Safety.
    
CONTACT INFORMATION
Telephone:     No phone calls
Fax:     N/A
Email:     Electronic applications are not accepted.
Mailing Address: 
Insitu, Inc.
Headquarters
118 East Columbia River Way
Bingen, Washington 98605
USA

Web:     http://www.insitu.com/openings

GE joins Virgin Australia into the development of Biofuels

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GE entered into the development of biofuels

GE has joined Virgin Australia and a consortium of partners for research and commercial development of biofuels for the aviation industry.

The consortium will focus on pyrolytic conversion of biomass from mallee eucalypt trees and intend to have a pilot biofuel production unit operating in Australia by next year.

The consortium includes Renewable Oil Corp, the Future Farm Industries CRC, and Canadian biofuels company Dynamotive Energy Systems alongside Virgin Australia and now GE.

GE is developing fuel efficient jet engines within its sustainable transport portfolio, as part of its ecomagination initiative.

In addition, the company is now entered into the development of biofuels, GE said.

Before being approved for commercial use, new fuels are rigorous tests in laboratories, engine test stands, and then to be carefully monitored for non-commercial flights.

UAV Jobs: UAV Operator

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15W UAV Operator
National Guard UAV Jobs

Job ID: 74050
Location: SAVANNAH, Georgia, United States
ZIP Code: 31409
Job Category: Aviation
Posted: 09.01.2011

Job Description
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Operators give the Army National Guard the bird’s eye view necessary to maintain our tactical superiority in the field. And to think, you’ve probably been training for it since you were a kid! UAV Operators use unmanned remote-control observation aircraft outfitted with the equipment needed to observe the enemy. In this role, you will be a trained Intelligence Specialist with the ability to recognize tell-tale signs of enemy activity and how to conduct air reconnaissance that provides the most valuable information for our Soldiers in the field. The skills you learn will also prepare you for a civilian career! UAV Operators have gone on to Federal Government agencies such as the Central Intelligence Agency or the National Security Agency following their service. The training you receive in collecting, recording, analyzing, and distributing tactical and technical intelligence information will also prepare you for other fields, such as research or business planning. Earn while you learn Get paid to learn! In the Army National Guard, you will learn valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance. Job training for a UAV Operator consists of 10 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and 23 weeks of Advanced Individual Training (AIT). Part of this time is spent in a classroom and part in the field.

Benefits/Requirements
Benefits
    Paid training
    A monthly paycheck
    Montgomery GI Bill
    Up to 100 percent Tuition Assistance for college or vocational training (up to $4,500 per fiscal year, 1 October – 30 September)
    Retirement benefits for part-time service
    Low-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 in coverage)
    401(k)-type savings plan
    Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $50,000, for existing loans)
    Healthcare benefits available

Requirements
    High School Diploma or GED (If you do not have a diploma or GED, you may still apply – ask a Recruiter about how the Army National Guard can help you earn your GED.)
    Must be between the ages of 17 and 35
    Must be able to pass a physical exam and meet legal and moral standards
    Must meet citizenship requirements (see NATIONALGUARD.com for details)

Applicants must meet minimum qualifications. Actual MOS assignment may depend on MOS availability. Benefits subject to change

Aircraft Maintnance Engineer sucked into plane engine ..

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Aircraft engineer sucked into plane engine !

Colleagues found the Aircraft Engineer, dead when they arrived for work on Monday morning.
They called emergency services, who battled unsuccessfully to revive him.

One source said the engineer had entered a testing enclosure while the engine was running.

The man's employers, Safe Air, an engineering subsidiary of the national carrier Air New Zealand, said he died while carrying out routine maintenance.

Safe Air does maintenance and repair work on civilian planes and on military aircraft for the Royal New Zealand Air Force.

Rob Fyfe, chief executive of Air New Zealand, flew to the scene after being briefed about the disaster.

Inspector Steve Caldwell, area commander of the Marlborough police district, said: "Police are investigating this death on behalf of the coroner, who will determine the cause of the death in due course."

Source: The Telegraph.

Airbus Indian Careers: Aeronautical Engineering Jobs as Structure Analysis




Aeronautical Engineer job vacancies in AIRBUS
Structure Analysis
Activities: Analyse primary structural components of commercial aircraft in support of design activities using Finite Element approach. Develop and analyse detailed FEM. Perform non-linear stress analysis under static and transient conditions.

Required Domain Expertise: Aeronautical / Mechanical / Civil Engineer with experience from aircraft industry.
Required Technical Expertise: Strength of materials, linear and non-linear stress analysis, sub-modelling and sub-structuring. Working knowledge of NASTRAN / ABAQUS, PATRAN / HYPERMESH, PYTHON / FORTRAN, CATIA V5.
Experience: 2 – 8 yrs.

Job Code: W7-ST-5 (to be mentioned in the subject line)

To Apply: Send your latest CV to structure.aeci@airbus.com

Contact Person: Mr. Mustaq Karwar
Board: +91 (80) 4179 5000
Cell: +91 98455 05547

Avionics Jobs - Aircraft Avionics Technician Jobs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania




Aviation Jobs: Aircraft Avionics Technician
Company:     Aerotek Aviation    
Location:     Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Category:     Aviation Jobs
Rate:     $22.00 to $23.50 per Hour
Job Type:     Direct Placement
Allegis Group Family of Hiring Companies
Aircraft Avionics Technician Job Description:
An Aerospace Company in Philadelphia, Pa is looking for 15 Helicopter Avionics Technicians.
Philadelphia, PA
Direct Placement positions are available.
100% Company paid benefits
Full Relocation package
$22.00/hr 1st Shift
23.50/hr 2nd shift


Candidate will be responsible for wire installations and complex troubleshooting.
Must have at least 5 years experience as an avionics technician.
Aircraft Manufacturing or Production experience is highly desirable.
Helicopter background is STRONGLY PREFERRED!!!
Required Skills for Aircraft Avionics Technician Job:
    WIRE INSTALLATIONS AND COMPLEX TROUBLESHOOTING.
    5+ YEARS OF AIRCRAFT AVIONICS EXPERIENCE


About Aerotek Aviation:
Join Aerotek Aviation®LLC. We specialize in placing mechanics, technicians, engineering field support and specialized personnel in the aviation industry. Our rapid growth means we are constantly seeking employees nationwide. We offer comprehensive benefits to include medical, dental, optical, and optional 401k. Don't put your career in the hands of just anyone, put it in the hands of a specialist. Join the Aerotek Aviation team! Allegis Group and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers and will consider all applications without regard to race, marital status, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.
Contact Information
Jonathan D Laudenslager     Apply Now! Begin by filling out the "Apply Online for this Job" section at the top of the page Need Directions? Get office driving directions with Google Maps
jlaudens@aerotek.com
Aerotek Aviation - Willow Grove, PA
132 Welsh Road
Suite 110
Horsham, PA  19044
TEL: (215) 902-8051
TEL: (877) 369-7153 x8051
FAX: (215) 902-8090

Aviation Jobs: Aircraft A&P Mechanic Jobs

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Aircraft A&P Mechanic
Company:     Aerotek Aviation
   
Location:     Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Category:     Aviation Jobs
Rate:     Based on experience.
Job Type:     Direct Placement
Allegis Group Family of Hiring Companies

Aircraft A&P Mechanic Job Description:
An Aerospace Company in Philadelphia, Pa is looking for a Part 145 A&P mechanic to interview and start ASAP!!
Philadelphia, PA
Direct Placement position
100% Company paid benefits
Full Relocation package

Pay Rate - Based on Experience
- Responsible to perform assigned tasks on airframe and associated components in accordance with current FAA regulations, and appropriate technical manuals.
- The ability to interpret of engineer drawings, work orders, STC’s (Supplemental Type Certificates), Service Bulletins, Airworthiness Directives, Maintenance Manuals, and Service Letters REQUIRED.
- Responsible for performing maintenance and installation of airworthy part (s)
- Responsible for light sheet metal modification (drilling, location/installation of inserts)
- Responsible for maintaining and adhering to RMS guidelines and procedures on all Part 145 work performed on and away from base
Required Skills for Aircraft A&P Mechanic Job:
    FAA A&P MECHANIC LICENSES
    3-5 YEARS OF PART 145 EXPERIENCE
    HELICOPTER EXPERIENCE PREFERRED
    NOT REQUIRED

Contact Information
Jonathan D Laudenslager     Apply Now! Begin by filling out the "Apply Online for this Job" section at the top of the page Need Directions? Get office driving directions with Google Maps
jlaudens@aerotek.com
Aerotek Aviation - Willow Grove, PA
132 Welsh Road
Suite 110
Horsham, PA  19044
TEL: (215) 902-8051
TEL: (877) 369-7153 x8051
FAX: (215) 902-8090

Engineering Jobs: Catia V5 NC Programmer

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Catia V5 NC Programmer
Company:     Aerotek    
Location:     Salt Lake City, Utah
Category:     Engineering Jobs
Rate:     $75,000.00 to $85,000.00 per Year
Job Type:     Direct Placement
Allegis Group Family of Hiring Companies

Catia V5 NC Programmer Job Description:
To be qualified at minimum candidates must meet the following four:
1. 5 plus years experience as a NC Programmer using Catia V5
2. Willingness to train others and be a lead
3. Strong experience programming 5 axis machines
4. Ability to obtain a secret security clearance.

Job Description
In this exciting role you will be working with junior programmers on a daily basis teaching them how to use Catia V5 to program complex aerospace parts. Parts you will be working on include everything from helicopter blades to aircraft panels and even wind power generation blades. All machining will be of composite materials and to very high tolerances so any experience working with such materials will be a great addition. This is a permanent long term position with a very well respected company and relocation is available.

Required Skills for Catia V5 NC Programmer Job:
    CATIA 5
    NC PROGRAMMER
    5 AXIS

Contact Information
Corey R Burand     Apply Now! Begin by filling out the "Apply Online for this Job" section at the top of the page Need Directions? Get office driving directions with Google Maps
cburand@aerotek.com
Aerotek - Salt Lake City, UT
4225 West Lake Park Blvd.
Suite 150
West Lake City, UT  84120
TEL: (801) 844-4041

Aviation Jobs: Avionics Technician Jobs in Florida

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Avionics Technician Jobs
Company:     Aerotek Aviation    
Location:     Patrick Afb, Florida
Category:     Aviation Jobs
Rate:     $27.96 per Hour
Job Type:     Contract
Allegis Group Family of Hiring Companies

Avionics Technician Job Description:
Our client, based at Patrick AFB, FL, is currently looking for an avionics technician for a 3-5 month contract.

**Must have experience on the following airframes in order to be considered for this opportunity: CH-46, CH-47, UH-60, H-53**

**Only candidates with the previous mentioned experience will be contacted**

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Works closely with other mechanics on the modification, troubleshooting, and repair or inspection of: electronic fuel quantity indicating systems, electronic fuel systems, engine and utility indicating systems, electrical systems, communications, and navigation systems. Uses special test equipment and procedures peculiar to each system to locate and isolate defective units and interconnecting wiring. Removes, bench checks, repairs, adjusts, and installs serviceable components and operational check system to ensure normal operation.

REQUIREMENTS:
Five (5) years avionics experience on fixed wing or rotary wing aircraft. Must have worked full-time in aviation electrical maintenance for the past 12 months. Experienced in maintaining general aviation avionics and electrical systems associated components including navigation systems, radar systems, ADF, VHF/VHF-FM/UHF and UHF-FM radios, Inter-communication systems, Instrument landing systems (ILS), Aircraft electrical systems and aircraft instrument and lighting systems.

High School Diploma or the equivalent is required. A certificate of graduation from a military school or civilian electronics/avionics school is desired.

This position is paying $27.96/hr + $308/week in per diem (for those that qualify).

For immediate consideration please send resume and two professional references via E-mail, or contact Greg Rayser at 407-803-5167.
Required Skills for Avionics Technician Job:

    C-27/C-130 MECHANIC
    AVIONICS

About Aerotek Aviation:

Join Aerotek Aviation®LLC. We specialize in placing mechanics, technicians, engineering field support and specialized personnel in the aviation industry. Our rapid growth means we are constantly seeking employees nationwide.
Contact Information
Gregory A Rayser     Apply Now! Begin by filling out the "Apply Online for this Job" section at the top of the page Need Directions? Get office driving directions with Google Maps
grayser@aerotek.com
Aerotek Aviation - Orlando, FL
11474 Corporate Blvd.
Suite 160
Orlando, FL  32817
TEL: (407) 803-5167
FAX: (407) 803-5001

Helicopter Maintenance Vacancies - Dallas, Texas

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Helicopter Jobs
Overseas Helicopter Mechanic
Company:     Aerotek Aviation    
Location:     Dallas, Texas
Category:     Aviation Jobs
Rate:     $165,000.00 per Year
Job Type:     Direct Hire
Allegis Group Family of Hiring Companies

Overseas Helicopter Mechanic Job Description:
Experience: Must have a minimum of three years.
Aircraft: Military Helicopters CH47, OH58, UH60, AH64
Qualification: Completion of Military Technical Training or comparable Civilian Trade School is desired.
Required Skills for Overseas Helicopter Mechanic Job:
    HELICOPTER
    CHINOOK
    AIRCRAFT
    MECHANIC
    POWERPLANT
    AIRFRAME
    APACHE
    BLACKHAWK
    KIOWA


About Aerotek Aviation:
Join Aerotek Aviation®LLC. We specialize in placing mechanics, technicians, engineering field support and specialized personnel in the aviation industry. Our rapid growth means we are constantly seeking employees nationwide. We offer comprehensive benefits to include medical, dental, optical, and optional 401k. Don't put your career in the hands of just anyone, put it in the hands of a specialist. Join the Aerotek Aviation team! Allegis Group and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers and will consider all applications without regard to race, marital status, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.
Contact Information
John T Heyer     Apply Now! Begin by filling out the "Apply Online for this Job" section at the top of the page Need Directions? Get office driving directions with Google Maps
jheyer@aerotek.com
Aerotek Aviation - Jackson, MS/L3 Vertex
555 Industrial Drive South
Madison, MS  39110
TEL: (601) 607-6067

Aviation Jobs: Lear Jet A&P Mechanic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Lear Jet A&P Mechanic
Company:     Aerotek Aviation    
Location:     Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Category:     Aviation Jobs
Rate:     Based on experience.
Job Type:     Contract
 Allegis Group Family of Hiring Companies
       
Lear Jet A&P Mechanic Job Description:

Our client in the greater Philadelphia region is seeking a corporate A&P Mechanic
Candidate must have and A&P license and minimum of 3 years experience on corporate jets. preference is to have experience in a 135 (charter) operation.

-This is a first shift position however flexibility is required to work scheduled and unscheduled maintenance issues.
-Candidates they will be mainly responsible for working on a Lear 31 so someone with experience on that particular aircraft would be ideal.
-The ideal candidate will have performed heavy maintenance checks on corporate jets.
-Must have a minimum 3 years experience on corporate jets.
Required Skills for Lear Jet A&P Mechanic Job:
    CORPORATE A&P MECHANIC
    CHALLENGER
    LEAR

About Aerotek Aviation:

Join Aerotek Aviation®LLC. We specialize in placing mechanics, technicians, engineering field support and specialized personnel in the aviation industry. Our rapid growth means we are constantly seeking employees nationwide. We offer comprehensive benefits to include medical, dental, optical, and optional 401k. Don't put your career in the hands of just anyone, put it in the hands of a specialist. Join the Aerotek Aviation team! Allegis Group and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers and will consider all applications without regard to race, marital status, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.
Contact Information
Brandon Lester     Apply Now! Begin by filling out the "Apply Online for this Job" section at the top of the page Need Directions? Get office driving directions with Google Maps
blester@aerotek.com
Aerotek Aviation - Willow Grove, PA
132 Welsh Road
Suite 110
Horsham, PA  19044
TEL: (215) 902-8062
TEL: (877) 369-7153 x8062
FAX: (215) 902-8090

Flight Training and Aviation Maintenance Scholarships - Teens-In-Flight




Aviation Scholarships
New board members join Teens in Flight
Teens-in-Flight Mission Statement:

Through the modem of aerospace education Teens in Flight open the doors of new opportunities. Teens-In-Flight provides training of pilots and aviation maintenance scholarships to those teens who have lost a parent or sibling in the Global War On Terrorism or, is the teen or sibling of a parent who was wounded in action and is disabled.

Teens-In-Flight has added Flagler County Sheriff Don Fleming, Flagler County School Board member Colleen Conklin and retired Navy Seal James Nicola to the Teens-In-Flight board of directors.

Teens-In-Flight is accepting applications for their flight training and aviation maintenance scholarships. Eligible teenagers are those who have lost a parent in the Global War on Terrorism, have a parent who was wounded in action and is disabled, or teens who are considered "at risk" within the community.

Further eligibility requirements and applications are available online at teens-in-flight.com. Applications can be mailed to Teens-In-Flight, 23 Felwood Lane, Palm Coast, Florida, 32137, or dropped off at the open house at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Hangar B of the Flagler County Airport.

Jobs at Indira Gandhi Delhi International Airport, India

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Aviation Careers @ DIAL
MAS GMR | GMR Jobs | GMR MRO | Vacancies MAS GMR | Jobs GMR Aiport

Junior Mgr/Associate Mgr/Mgr/Associate GM - Corporate Contracts, Legal
Description :
Incumbent should have knowledge of requisite acts, laws and stipulations
Skills :Contract management and administration, concessionaire agreements, JVs, service agreements, consultancy and SLAs.
Qualification :LLB
Experience :3-7 Years
location :Delhi

Junior Mgr/Associate Mgr/Mgr/Associate GM - Indirect taxation, Legal
Description :documentation, customs, excise, service tax, VAT, EXIM policies and SEZ related regulations
Qualification :LLB
Experience :3-15 Years
location :Delhi

Associate General Manager - Marketing
Description :Branding, developing marketing strategies, market research, organizing promotion campaigns, communication
Skills :Execution, with focus on creating Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for performance monitoring
Qualification :MBA
Experience :10-15 Years
location :Delhi

Manager/Associate Manager/Junior Manager - Greenfield Cargo Operations
Description :Air Cargo Quality Management System (ISO9001-V2000), preliminary handling of cargo claims, compliance with company airport policies and governmental regulations, driving process efficiencies in cargo operations, monitoring SLA targets
Skills :Managing customer escalations and maintaining database to drive service audit
Qualification :MBA
Experience :5-12 Years
location :Delhi

Licensed Aircraft/Software Engineers Jobs Uk

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SOFTWARE ENGINEER (Job ref 354)
AircraftEngineers.co.uk have been instructed to source a Software Engineer for a design opportunity in the Aerospace sector.

The client is a recognised global organisation in the aerospace industry and is a world leader in the design and manufacture of aircraft recording systems.

As software engineer you will have responsibility for the design, coding and unit testing of your work. You will be expected to prepare the supporting documentation for each of these activities.

We require a software engineer who is able to work well within a team and has above average verbal and written communications skills. Ideally the candidate will have experience or a demonstrable interest of working in the aviation industry. We offer a flexible working environment with exposure to the full software development life cycle.

Experience in one or more of the following areas would be an advantage:
C#
C++
Windows technologies, .NET, COM, MFC, Win32
Java
XML
Web services
Javascript
Relational databases, preferably SQL Server
Client-server (n-tier systems)

Please submit a current CV in the first instance along with your salary expectation
Location: UK
Salary: ON APPLICATION
Job Ref: 461072

B1.3 LICENSED ROTARY ENGINEER (Job ref 350)
AircraftEngineers.co.uk are seeking a part 66 B1.3 Licensed Rotary Engineer Airframe and Engines on behalf of their client to join them at their base in the UK. The Company has a full suite of EASA and CAA design, manufacturing and flight test approvals along with operating, maintenance and training approvals for both fixed and rotary wing aircraft.
Experience or type ratings on medium helicopters or any of the following types - AS355, BO105, MD902, or EC135 would be advantageous but not essential as type rating courses will be available suitable applicants.

You should be highly motivated, with a flexible attitude towards your work and be able to work alone using your own initiative.

In addition to an attractive base salary a comprehensive range of benefits is on offer.
Location: UK
Salary: ON APPLICATION
Job Ref: 458072

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