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Aircraft Maintenance Engineer recruitment in Anywhere in India - Air India Ltd

Delhi
12th Pass (HSE)
Last Date to Apply: 12-04-2019
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer - Job Details Date of Posting: 18-03-2019

Air India Engineering Services Limited (AISEL) Recruitment 2019 for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME)


A) Qualification:

 i) Professional Qualification: a) Must possess DGCA License to certify b) CAR 66 CAT B1/B2 licence on B737-700/800/900 aircraft fitted with CFM56 engine. c) CAR 66 CAT B1/B2 licence on B777-200LR/300ER series aircraft fitted with GE-90 engine. AIR INDIA ENGINEERING SERVICES LIMITED (A WHOLLY OWNED SUBSIDARY OF AIR INDIA LIMITED)  d) Minimum one year maintenance experience as a certifying support staff with CAR 145 approved organization on B737-800/ CFM56 or B777-200LR/300ER fitted with GE90 as applicable. e) However, both qualified may also apply.

 ii) Minimum Academic Qualification: Must have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognised Indian Board/ University or equivalent from a Foreign University. II. B1 & B2 to cover A321/A320/A319 Aircraft fitted with IAE V2500 Engine or CFM 56-5B Engine B) Qualification: i)

Professional Qualification: a) Must possess DGCA License to certify b) In category B1 & B2 to cover A321/A320/A319 Aircraft fitted with IAE V2500 Engine or CFM 56-5B Engine. Candidates having qualification on A320 NEO aircraft with Leap Engine will be given preference. c) Minimum one year maintenance experience as a certifying support staff with CAR 145 approved organization on B1 & B2 to cover A321/A320/A319 Aircraft fitted with IAE V2500 Engine or CFM 56-5B Engine d) However, both qualified may also apply. ii) Minimum Academic Qualification: Must have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognised Indian Board/ University or equivalent from a Foreign University. NOTE: preference will be given to the candidates having working experience of at least 01 year on B1 & B2 to cover A321/A320/A319 Aircraft fitted with IAE V2500 Engine or CFM 56-5B Engine III. B1 or B2 Licence to cover ATR 42-400/500/72-212A (PWC PW120) C) Qualification: i) Professional Qualification: e) Must possess DGCA License to certify f) In category B1 or B2 Licence to cover ATR 42-400/500/72-212A (PWC PW120). g) Minimum six months practical maintenance experience on the type in last 24 months as on 01.02.2019. h) However, both qualified may also apply.

 AIR INDIA ENGINEERING SERVICES LIMITED (A WHOLLY OWNED SUBSIDARY OF AIR INDIA LIMITED)  ii) Minimum Academic Qualification: Must have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognised Indian Board/ University or equivalent from a Foreign University.


No of Vacancies
 i. B1 AMEs - 35 (B737-700/800/900 aircraft fitted with B2- AMEs - 29 CFM56 engine)

ii. B1 AMEs- 06 (B777-200LR/300ER series aircraft fitted with GE- 90 engine)

 iii. B1 AMEs- 40 (A321/A320/A319 Aircraft fitted with IAE V2500 Engine or CFM 56-5B Engine)

 iv. B1 AMEs - 30 B1 or B2 Licence to cover ATR 42-400/500/72-212A (PWC B2- AMEs - 20 PW120)


AGE LIMIT AS ON 01.02.2019:

General Category – Not above 55 years as on 1st February 2019 OBC – Not above 58 years as on 1 st February 2019 SC/ST – Not above 60 years as on 1 st February 2019 Ex-Serviceman – as per Govt. rules but not above 60 years.


How To Apply For Air India Engineering Services Limited (AISEL) Recruitment 2019 for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME)

Interested candidates meeting the eligibility criteria mentioned in this advertisement, as on 01.02.2019, are required to appear for WALK-IN PERSONAL INTERVIEW at the date, time and venue 

Time : Walk-in from 0930 hours to 1200 hours on the dates as given above Venue :

Human Resources Department, Air India Jet Engine Overhaul Complex, Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi - 110 037



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