B1 Licensed Engineer (P&P)

Discipline: Aerospace & Aviation, Engineering
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Mark Bravery

Contact email: m.bravery@chevron.org.uk
Job ref: 33336
Published: 3 months ago

Role:  B1 Licensed Engineer

Location:  Norwich/Southend

Salary:  Competitive

Hours:  40 hours per week


Reporting to the Paints & Projects Manager the Certifying engineer will carry out certification on aircraft paint inputs/outputs/additional tasks at all paint locations as necessary on the aircraft assigned to them.

Job Accountabilities

  • To carry out certification of work carried out in accordance with the scope and privileges of the authorisation held and in accordance with the Storm MOE.

  • Supervise staff, in conjunction with a leading mechanic, allocated to the aircraft that the Certifying engineer is accountable for.

  • Ensure that any significant findings that could affect the aircraft delivery are reported to the Paints & Projects manager as soon as possible.

  • To provide oversight and certification as the 145 provider for aircraft painting at various 3rd party paint organisations at various locations.

  • Ensure that work is carried out in the most efficient manner to ensure the aircraft turnaround times are met.

  • To ensure continuity of work by completing the hand-over log and being available to give a hand-over at the shift change.

  • Ensure spares are identified and provisioned in the most time efficient manner so as to avoid any delays in rectification.

  • Ensure the bay production boards are updated on a regular basis reflecting aircraft progress, critical items, time line and personnel.

  • Maintain an awareness of Human Factors and ensure Health and Safety standards are of the highest possible and in line with the Company Safety Manual.

  • Raise safety reports are raised following any incidents or identification of any hazards.

  • Ensure that the Bay and immediate work areas are clean and tidy and that the hangar housekeeping bay audits are completed on a daily basis.

  • Ensuring that staffs are correctly booked on to the system so that hours expended are recorded accurately. 


  • A recognised apprenticeship within the aircraft industry or similar.

  • CAA/EASA Part 66 License with C License for types relevant to station

  • A minimum of 5 years hands on experience of certifying Aircraft with an EASA part 66 license and appropriate company authorisation

  • Management experience within the aviation industry preferably managing other Licensed Engineers

  • Experience within Base maintenance and aircraft painting essential.

Training & Knowledge:

  • Technical experience in aviation and able to demonstrate knowledge of airworthiness regulation, MOE, MEL and its use, SRM understanding and the limits of technical data and the impact of that.

  • Have a working knowledge of Aircraft Maintenance Production Planning;

  • High standard of English language (written and oral)

  • High standard of computer literacy, especially Microsoft Office Suite