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Aircraft maintenance engineers are more commonly called aircraft mechanics because they perform scheduled maintenance on propeller planes, airliners, helicopters and other flying machines. They typically work in air fields, hangars and repair stations, and must endure hot and cold temperatures when handling tasks outdoors. They may need to wear protective clothing and gear to manage dangerous chemicals, loud noises and large power tools with safety.
Aircraft maintenance engineers maintain and repair aircraft frames and mechanical parts, while specialists called avionics technicians handle the electronics. They use instruments to measure wear and test controls, replace defective components with hand tools, inspect their work to be sure it meets established standards and keep records of all actions. Their jobs may be stressful because they have limited time to complete their tasks before the aircraft continues with travel schedules. They can specialize in particular vehicles such as helicopters or jets, or focus on systems such as the engine or hydraulics.
Role: Service/Maintenance Engineer
Industry Type: Aviation, Aerospace, Aeronautical
Functional Area: Production, Manufacturing, Maintenance
Employment Type: Full Time, Permanent
Role Category: Production/Manufacturing/Maintenance
UG: Any Graduate in Any Specialization, Graduation Not Required
PG: Any Postgraduate in Any Specialization, Post Graduation Not Required
Doctorate: Any Doctorate in Any Specialization, Doctorate Not Required