Job description / Role
The On Wing Support technician based in Doha, Qatar, will be responsible for performing maintenance on GE/CFM commercial aircraft engines. The OWS technician may be deployed on short notice to any location around the world to carry out maintenance work. Module removal and installation, line maintenance, borescope inspections and boroblends are among the tasks commonly required.
- Perform maintenance on GE/CFM aircraft engines around the world to the highest quality standards
- Understand and follow appropriate Aircraft Maintenance Manual, Engine Shop Manual procedures
- Demonstrate required knowledge of OWS DXB Quality Procedures, as well as EASA/FAA/GCAA Part 145 requirements and procedures
- Perform supplementary shop and housekeeping duties as required
- Minimum of 5 years of experience in the Aviation Industry performing maintenance on commercial aircraft engines
- Apprenticeship at an EASA Part 145 maintenance organization or FAA A&P license
- Availability to work flexible shift patterns as required, including nights, weekends and holidays
- Ability to travel on short notice and be deployed at remote locations for extended periods of time.
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About the Company
GE is a diversified technology, media and financial services company, dedicated to creating products that make life better. From aircraft engines and power generation to financial services, medical imaging, television programming and oil and gas, GE operates in more than 100 countries and employs over 300,000 people worldwide.
GE's Oil & Gas business is a leader in the development and delivery of advanced product and service offerings for the global oil and gas industry. As a consequence of the rapid expansion of its technology base, GE's Oil & Gas is capable of addressing the largest and most complex engineering and application challenges entirely from its own worldwide resources. So whether it's the world's largest LNG compression trains, re-injection of high sulfur gas, enhancing the safety and productivity of the world's oil and gas pipelines, or equipment for the production of oil and gas from harsh environments, GE is leading the charge.