What does a B1 engineer do?
- Undertaking tasks and projects related to aircraft maintenance;
- Exercising licence/approval in relation to the inspection and everyday processes;
- Ensuring high quality work is completed in relation to aircraft, components and completed documentation;
- Ensuring equipment, facilities and premises are maintained to an acceptable standard;
- Ensuring crews are suitably debriefed to ensure defects are accurately defined and recorded;
- Analysing and interpreting technical information relating to aircraft;
- Reading engineering diagrams and manuals;
- Working closely with other departments to complete project work.
How much does a B1 engineer earn?
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