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Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Jobs

We are excited to partner with global aviation organizations to recruit for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer jobs. 

B1/B2, LAME, AME, A&P, and other jobs will remain in high demand into 2022 and beyond. Rishworth Aviation has 35 years of experience helping aviation professionals find great new roles. We invite Aircraft Engineers to register with us to be the first to know about new jobs.

If your organization has a requirement for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer and related personnel, please contact us for an obligation-free proposal.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Job Outlook

According to Boeing, an additional 626,000 aviation technicians will be required by 2040. Aircraft Maintenance Engineer jobs are likely to remain in demand, and we therefore encourage you to connect with us to stay up to date with any new vacancies.

Rishworth Aviation partners with global aviation companies for the recruitment of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AME), Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (LAME), and Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics (A&P) on a wide range of aircraft types. We also often have jobs for related personnel such as Supervisors for Aircraft Maintenance Checks, Quality Inspectors, Heads of Maintenance, CAMO Managers and more.

Aircraft Engineer Jobs in Australia

We have an ongoing need for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers to be based in Australia on a variety of fixed wing and rotor aircraft.

There's never been a better time to return home for Maintenance Crew who have the right to work in Australia. Some of our Australian clients may consider foreign workers. Please register with us if you are interested in working in Australia.

Our office based in Auckland, New Zealand provides real time support and coordination between our candidates and clients, ensuring smooth communication between all parties during recruitment.

To be the first to know about new job vacancies in Australia, register with us today.

Latest Aircraft Engineer Jobs.

Avionics AME - Mission Systems - Australian Citizens only

Working as part of the Special Mission Technical Development business unit, this position will be involved with providing technical support and maintenance for two fleets of special mission aircraft, the systems integration laboratory and the ground stations. This role provides an exciting and unique opportunity to be involved with the design, build, and testing of future aircraft mission systems and associated ground stations. The role works under the guidance of experienced mission systems engineers and aircraft engineers providing support, maintenance and development of current missions systems on board the Australian Maritime Safety Authority CL-604 Challenger Fleet, and the Australian Border Force DHC-8 Fleet. Only Australian Citizens are eligible for this role, and you must be able to hold and maintain an Australian Government and Australian Border Force security clearance. Key Responsibilities include: Hold Safety as a core value and contribute to the achievement of a Zero Harm and an incident/ injury free environment through active participation in all safety programs relevant to the position, Work within a team of experienced mission systems engineers to maintain, develop and troubleshoot Search & Rescue and Surveillance systems on board various aircraft. Carry out engineering tasks on wing relating to mission system maintenance and modification. Conduct hardware testing and evaluation activities in a laboratory environment. Provide Support at remote bases where mission systems may be deployed, including customer endpoints. Monitor and evaluate mission systems performance both on ground and airborne. Liaise and assist external sub-contractors for development and support of mission systems. Maintain mission systems integration laboratory and test rack in a serviceable condition. Offer technical advice and support to CAMO for engineering documentation and process improvements. Key Essential Criteria include: Australian Citizen. Formal Avionics Trade Training (Cert IV or Diploma in Aeroskills - Avionics). Experience in maintenance, modification and support of aircraft avionics systems. Airborne sensor and communication systems experience.  Systematic yet pragmatic approach to problem solving. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work autonomously and within a team. Key Desirable Criteria include (not essential): CISCO network experience. Computer system design and administration. FLIR or WESCAM experience. Surveillance RADAR experience. Unix/Linux experience or willing to learn.

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