AIESL Recruitment 2017 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
AIESL Recruitment 2017 invites applications from Indian for the Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AMEs) holding B1 Category License.
AIESL AME Recruitment 2017 as per the qualification of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers given below and to maintain a waitlist for future requirements, on Fixed Term Employment basis for certification of Air India Ltd and its Subsidiary Company aircraft, Third Party Airline aircraft / Other aircraft related works in MRO, as required. The selected candidates may be posted in any station/region of the Company depending upon requirement of AIESL.
Air India Engineering Services Limited (AIESL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Air India Limited is a Maintenance and Repair Organization approved by DGCA (India) under CAR 145. To undertake MRO activities in India,
Name of the Posts: Contractual Engagement of AME
1. Number of Vacancies: Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
Total Vacancies: 26 B1 AME (A&C trade)
The reservation in the above vacancies, for SC / ST / OBC /Ex-Servicemen candidates would be extended as per Government Directives in this regard.
2. Eligibility criteria AS ON 20 August 2017:
A. Qualification requirement for A320 Family Aircraft:
Must possess DGCA License to certify
In category B1 to cover A321/A320/A319 Aircraft fitted with IAE V2500 Engine or CFM 56-5B Engine. Candidates having qualification on A320 NEO aircraft with Leap Engine will be given preference.
Selected candidates: will be selected through the written test to be conducted in New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad. interview, group discussion
3. Age Limit
General Category – Not above 45 year as on 20/08/2017 O.B.C. – Not above 48 year as on 20/08/2017 SC/ST – Not above 50 year as on 20/08/2017
How to Apply: Walk in for an interview on 20/09/2017
Ex-Servicemen – Upper age limit of 45 years would be relaxed to the extent the candidate has served in a regular post in Army/ Navy/ Air Force before retirement/ release or discharge from such post plus three years.
Note: Selection and empanelment does not guarantee that the candidate would be given appointment. Release of candidates from the panel would depend upon the requirement of the Company and decision taken by the Company in this regard will be final.