B Licensed Engineer (Base) LTN

  • Luton, United Kingdom

  • 110822

  • Onsite

  • Permanent

  • Full Time

  • 37.5

As a B1 Licenced Engineer, you will be responsible for carrying out base maintenance aircraft maintenance tasks, inspections, modifications, repairs and system functions to a high standard of safety in line with company processes, procedures and within the scope of their company approval. You’ll take accountability to complete all work to a high quality and acceptable standard in a timely manner to meet company demands and Part-145 regulatory requirements.   

You’ll have enthusiasm and perseverance with a positive attitude with flexibility to change and adapt to situations to meet the company demands.

These roles will work annualised hours, covering predominately days/lates.


  • Accountable to complete all tasks assigned in a safe and efficient manner, and ensuring high standards are maintained
  • Maintain the correct time keeping and ensure all tasks are job booked correctly for yourself or allocated teams to ensure accurate recording of maintenance hours spent on task
  • Responsible to comply with all relevant company, regulatory & aircraft procedures (for example, tool and FOD control, general health & safety, hangar housekeeping, and aircraft safety)
  • Ensure all work completed meets company processes, EASA/CAA/LBA regulatory requirements and responsible for the technical oversight of work area
  • Maintain an excellent working relationship with peers and Aircraft Mechanics to maintain the high standards TUI has developed
  • Responsible for the continued duty of care and safety of peers within the hangar and line environment when working in that area
  • Embrace and be responsible for implementing company safety requirements. Be vigilant for and report occurrences/hazards using the correct company processes
  • Actively support, promote and contribute to continuous improvement ideas and promote company values


  • You must hold a current EASA B1 licence
  • Ideally hold minimum of one appropriate fleet type, type ratings (737NG/ MAX/ 787) but not essential
  • Good knowledge of EASA Part-145 regulation & SMS requirements
  • Excellent knowledge of Human Factors in the aircraft maintenance environment
  • Good communicator & computer literate
  • Sound knowledge of Health & Safety regulations and requirements
  • Good knowledge of company’s engineering operating systems
  • Flexible in their working hours to meet the demands of the TUI Group airlines
  • Ability to hold airside pass



  • Fantastic holiday benefits including discounts, special offers and the ability to purchase additional ‘TUI time off’ 
  • Health and Wellbeing support in five key areas – Financial, Health, Social, Community and Career
  • Pension scheme and life assurance 


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