Birmingham / Luton / Manchester / Gatwick locations
B1 and B2 Licensed Aircraft Engineers / Aircraft Technicians A320 (A330/B737/B757/B767 would be an advantage)
With current Type rating on the A320 family of aircraft and ideally another type, you’ll keep us flying high by undertaking general maintenance and inspection tasks, rectifying defects and supervising allocated aircraft zones and their associated mechanic resources.
It’s all about ensuring customer satisfaction by delivering the highest quality, reliable and on time service. Once you’re a success in this role, there’ll be opportunities to grow your skills with additional Type training.
Aircraft Engineers / Mechanics / Sheet Metal Workers
Birmingham / Luton / Manchester / Gatwick locations
With extensive experience in aircraft maintenance and either an aircraft apprenticeship or equivalent, you’ll carry out maintenance and defect rectification on our fleet.
With meticulous attention to detail, you’ll deliver the very highest standards of workmanship. We’ll be committed to your career progress and can offer clear development pathways to senior roles.
The base maintenance department is a highly experienced and respected team.
They offer heavy maintenance across Boeing, Airbus, Embraer and Bombardier types.
With permanent year round stations at London Gatwick, London Luton, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Copenhagen, Malaga, Warsaw and Kiev this team are capable of providing line maintenance support including all levels of maintenance on Airbus, Boeing, Embraer and Bombardier aircraft types.
They are also able to set up stations on a temporary basis and provide AOG support and down route rescue teams
The Logistics Supplies department are responsible for ensuring that all aircraft related material requirements and repair services are fulfilled in a satisfactory and timely fashion.
We pride ourselves on ensuring that the right parts are in the right place, at the right time and in accordance with regulatory requirements.
There is a great deal of focus on customer satisfaction from our enthusiastic team who thrive on the exciting environment in which we operate.
No two days are the same!
Fleet Technical Services
Monarch Aircraft Engineering is a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO), through our EASA Part M Subpart G Approval this team creates a service package to specifically support the clients exact needs.
The EASA approved management service includes; Aircraft Acquisition and Lease Management, Approved Maintenance Programme Development, Defect Analysis, Design Services and Maintenance Control and Planning to name but a few.
This team is an EASA and GCAA Part 21 Subpart J design organisation. They deliver In-Flight Entertainment solutions, Interior Modifications from a flower holder in a wash room or a new interior design and Repair Classification, Assessment and Mapping.
Monarch Aircraft Engineering understands that component reliability and time on wing is critical to keeping your aircraft in the air. So when there is a technical issue with an aircraft you need to speak to the right people to either repair or replace the defective part.
We offer our customers a one-stop shop solution to this problem, our Spares Trading team can supply you with the part from our extensive range of consumable and rotable aircraft parts in stock, while our Component Maintenance Centre can repair the unit in one of our state-of-the art facilities.
They offer; Calibration Services, Composite Services and Mechanical Services.
The care and handling of all Monarch’s aircraft parts (in excess 50,000 line items!) is managed by this department. A part can be anything from a single rivet to an aircraft engine and each needs as much care and attention as each other. The operation runs 24/7 due to operational requirements. The team here are very focused on attention to detail and have to work closely together to enable the effective planning for the department.
Team work is important in this department. Roles in this department are not your standard warehouse roles, the overall tasks are similar but a lot more specialised. The employees are multi-functional and have responsibilities across the warehouse.
Compliance & Safety
This department carries out 3 main tasks and ensures that the company carries out the requirements of various pieces of regulation. European law in the form of EASA, Health & Safety law of the UK and company safety requirements to reduce errors in aircraft engineering. The team audit each part of the business ensuring that correct processes are followed for the welfare of the staff and safety of the aircraft. They work with external bodies including CAA, FAA, GCAA and other national airworthiness departments.
Based on risk assessments they are able to advise departments going forward on new requirements and old. The people who work in this department are self-motivated, willing to challenge aviation law and are able to work in a small team and connect with the larger organisation.
Maintenance Planning & Control (MPAC)
The MPAC team are located in Birmingham and are responsible for the day to day oversight of all ongoing maintenance activity. The team hold daily operational calls with our Luton, Birmingham, and Manchester hangar teams and our Line Maintenance teams across the UK and beyond.
MPAC monitors the maintenance ‘as it happens’ which, during the busy winter season, can be up 11 lines of medium to heavy maintenance in our hangars. The plan can change for any number of reasons including delayed starts due to customer operational needs, significant defects resulting from inspections included in the work-package, and delayed delivery dates due to external supplier support issues; the result is usually a change to the overall maintenance plan which MPAC has to manage.
As you would expect this involves a significant amount of negotiation and discussion with our customers the aircraft operators, and so it is important that MPAC maintains good relationships with each of them.
In addition MPAC plans and coordinates the maintenance activity at each of our Line stations, holding daily calls with each customer and each line station to review and agree the planned work.
The MPAC team are also responsible for the strategic planning of maintenance activity within our hangar facilities. The department receives each contracted customer’s maintenance requirements for the coming season.
Each requirement is plotted against our available hangarage and manpower and a ‘best-fit’ seasonal maintenance plan is devised and agreed with the customer.
Any potential sales opportunities for additional hangar slots are then vetted by the team to determine whether they can be accommodated.
Maintenance Planning & Strategy Team
Based in Birmingham the Strategic Planning department receives each contracted customer’s maintenance requirements for the coming season. Each requirement is plotted against our available hangarage and manpower and a ‘best-fit’ seasonal maintenance plan is devised and agreed with the customer. Any potential sales opportunities for additional hangar slots are then vetted by the team to determine whether they can be accommodated.
Upstream (Production) Planning
With team members based in Luton and Manchester the Upstream Planning Team consists of Fleet and 3rd Party Planners. The two main functions of the department are:
For managed customer aircraft, to review and collect all of the maintenance tasks that are due, to enable an electronic Work-package to be created in AMOS. Once all of the tasks are collected electronically, production of each package of work, (from overnight A check through to heavy C check) is enabled by printing and collating the paper documents for the hangar teams to complete and certify. The team ensures that all required maintenance documents are included, all parts are planned to be on site, and that any 3rd party services like Non-Destructive Testing and aircraft weighing have been arranged.
For non-managed customer aircraft, to receive work packages and import them into AMOS, so that they can be controlled in the same way as a managed aircraft. This involves creating import files for the customer provided work package and adding these details into AMOS, which produces an electronic Work-package with individual barcodes for each task, allowing the planning team to link the paper package to the virtual AMOS package. As with the managed Customer aircraft the team print and collate the paper documents for the hangar teams to complete and certify and ensure that all parts, maintenance documents, and third party services are organised.
Fleet & Short Term Planning (STP)
For managed customer aircraft, to identify all due maintenance tasks and create an electronic Work-package in AMOS. Once the electronic workpackage is created the teams print and collate the paper documents for the hangar teams to complete and certify. The team ensures that all required maintenance documents are included, all parts are planned to be on site, and that any 3rd party services like Non-Destructive Testing and aircraft weighing have been arranged.
Short Term Planning
The STP team are responsible for planning any high frequency maintenance tasks that have to be repeated many times between hangar visits; these include things like engine and hydraulic oil level checks, filter inspections, and oxygen top-ups. In addition the team works closely with the Line Maintenance teams to keep on top of defects resulting from the day to day operation of each
Monarch Security have a team of dedicated Officers, we are responsible for all aspects of the Monarch Group, Aircraft Searches as they leave the hangar after maintenance, anytime a hangar door needs opening it is a requirement for Security to be there to control them.
We also monitor the car parks within the Group, and the general safety of all its employees with our two access control points.
We also are responsible for Manchester Hangar, Birmingham Hangar.
Working for Monarch is exciting as every day is different and the team we have are well motivated, forward thinking is part of our daily functions.