Exciting Aerospace Jobs At Bournemouth Airport
Monday, March 28, 2022
Gregory Martin frequently has a number of exciting opportunities in the aerospace sector, with their latest roles including those at Bournemouth Airport.
Previously a RAF Hurn during World War II, Bournemouth Airport served as London’s international airport until the opening of Heathrow.
In 2007 a record 1 million people passed through its doors, heading to destinations in Western Europe and the Mediterranean area. The airport expanded in 2008 after its budget increased by £45 million and a new terminal was created.
Gregory Martin’s latest roles include those for a Licensed Aircraft Engineer (B1) with a Falcon 20 type rating and previous experience in a line maintenance operation acting as a certifier.
Preferably you will have experience of base maintenance. You should have a EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Category B1 and be an approved apprenticeship or equivalent.
They’re also looking for a Structures/Sheet Metal Fitter who has a strong background with sheet metal / structural repairs. This role involves part of the mobile repair team at Bournemouth Airport, so it will require some travel. You should have an Aviation Apprenticeship background
Gregory Martin is also seeking a Aircraft Fitter in Bournemouth with a mechanical background with some knowledge of structural repairs preferred, and an Aircraft Fitter (Avionics) for a candidate who has experience in an Aircraft line on a base maintenance facility.
If you’re interested in any of these positions in Bournemouth, don’t hesitate to contact their friendly team today. Or register your CV confidentially on their website.