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Principal Certification Engineer

Location:
Dorset
Sector:
Aerospace & Defence
Job Type:
Permanent
Salary:
£50k - 55k per year
Reference:
073589

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Principal Certification Engineer

Wimbourne, Dorset

Aerospace (Helicopters)

Permanent

Excellent Salary

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a leading global technology services innovator specializing in space, air, land, and maritime sectors.

Please see the job description below, if you are looking for the next step in your career with an excellent remuneration package then apply with your updated CV.

JD

Working specifically on Heli services MOD projects as they hold Two DAOS signatories.

  • They will be looking after Heli Services and Fixed Wing but  primary Rotary Wing

  • Looking after helicopters, what upgrades, modifications and repairs they need.

  • Their job is to understand the designs, project manage and find organisation that can do the Modifications and repairs

  • They put together the Scope up the work and find external companies that can take on the work or look at Cobham internal design org, can the Cobham design team pick.

  • Get the design work done , give to MOD to sign off

  • 80% Helicopter Services work

  • Looking for someone that comes from a Part 21 org

  • Or

  • Camo Back ground

Experience

  • Any background Military or Civil , Fixed wing or Rotary

  • They need to be confident as will need to present to the MOD

  • Most of the work will be cover Heli Services projects in the UK and Aboard

  • Limited travel 10%

  • UK sites are CHA in Cornwall

  • Herefordshire

  • Middle Wallop

  • Aboard is Brunei, Dutch West indies like Curacel island , Cyprus, Qatar

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