Jung Sky, privately owned business aviation operator from Croatia, founded in 2009 and headquartered in Strojarska cesta 20 in Zagreb is hiring three licensed aircraft technicians.
Jung Sky's flight operations include almost 1.300 flights per year towards more than 200 different airports around Europe and the Mediterranean. They have 9 pilots in team of 26 people in total and their fleet currently consists of two CESSNA 525A CJ2 jets.
Following the announcement to set up own aircraft maintenance organization, Jung Sky is looking for three colleagues who would join our Maintenance team as B1 and B2 LICENSED AIRCRAFT TECHNICIANS.
In this position you will be responsible for:
Acting as certified staff in a new Part-145 maintenance organization,
carrying out scheduled / unscheduled maintenance and defect rectification,
performing all maintenance relevant to safety of flight operations,
providing AOG support,
completing all work in accordance with regulations, i.e. using manuals, related manufacturers publications, approved company documents, procedures and policies.
EASA Part-66 AML License, Category B1 and/or B2 and with minimum one aircraft type rating,
type rating on Cessna 525/525A/525B (Williams FJ44) is an advantage, but it is not mandatory,
experience in line maintenance environment is preferred,
previous work experience in Williams FJ44 engines (Williams Training Course) is an advantage,
flexible approach to work, matching the operational requirements,
ability to work as an individual and as a part of the maintenance team,
being competent with documentation processing,
willing to learn and to develop further within the organization,
strong communication skills and reliability,
independence, initiative and a sense of responsibility,
basic computer knowledge of MS Office and engineering software programs (preferably CAMP),
English language - fluent written and spoken,
unrestricted right to work and live in Croatia.
What they offer:
Business aviation is a very dynamic and diverse industry, so Jung Sky offers a chance of becoming a part of a tremendously exciting environment, respectful team, supportive management and a successful airline company that’s constantly growing and evolving.
Jung Sky's long-term plan is to establish an in-house Part 145 (line and base) organization, so you will have the chance to be part of the initial team. Boosting their fleet with a third jet is also among plans for 2022.
Jung Sky offers a stimulating salary, details of which will be discussed during the selection process.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your CV and motivational letter to email@example.com on Sunday, 5 September 2021 the latest.