tracking pixel
Banner Default Image


  • Location


  • Job title:

    Aircraft Engine Fitter

  • Sector:


  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    Rate of pay dependant on experience to be discussed on application

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    01952 201342

  • Job ref:


  • Startdate:

    Immediate start

​​MPI have a requirement for an Engine Technician to work in Gosport, Hampshire.

This is a permanent role.

Rate of pay to be discussed on application and is subject to experience .

Approx. 37 hours per week

This position is considered to be a core business activity within the company and contains a number of different tasks. Most activities in the Engine Shop and Test Cell fall under the broad category of Gas Turbine Engine Repair and Overhaul Technician.

A fully trained Engine Fitter is able to complete to a certain degree, tasks related to the Disassembly, Assembly, Inspection, Balancing, Airflow and Test of a Gas Turbine Engines in accordance with the manufacturer specification and company procedures

Key responsibilities and duties:

- Maintain a safe and clean working environment.

- Conduct all work in accordance with company policies, health and safety procedures, quality procedures, manufactures and customer specification and industry regulations.

- Raise Non-conformance reports as necessary.

- Comprehension level of knowledge on product of AD’s, SB’s, CEB’s and SIL’s (Training Provided)

- Perform detailed visual and dimensional inspection of individual parts as per inspection level specified in overhaul or maintenance manual, Detailed Work Instruction (DWI) or Engineering Repair Instruction (ERI).

- Complete all documents related to the work being performed.

- Disassemble engines as per the manufacturer’s instructions

- Visually examine and Detail Inspect engine parts.

- Perform Boroscope Inspections on engines.

- Balance rotating components.

- Assemble main engine, modules and all sub-assemblies.

- Flow test of individual components and assemblies.

- Prepare engine for dispatch.

- Systems (QMS), Safety Management Systems (SMS), Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and all associated Business Manuals.




- Strong verbal communication and written skills to work with internal and external stakeholders;

- Keen eye for detail;

- Able to use computers/computer systems;

- Self-motivated, and able to prioritise and manage own workload.

• Good team work and problem solving skills

• Proactive self-learner;

• Team Player

• Desirable:



Additional training/experience in a technical field.

- Ability to use basic hand tools.

- Ability to use and care for precision measuring and torque devices.


- Familiarity with quality procedures and documentation including process paperwork, parts routing procedures, Engineering Repair Instructions, Detailed Work Instructions and Non-Conformance Report system.

- Working knowledge of Engine publications and work instructions including overhaul and maintenance manuals, parts catalogues and service bulletins.

Organisational Relationships:

- Directly responsible to Operations Team Leader

Professional Qualifications/Education and Training:

- Have a recognised engineering apprenticeship and possess relevant certification

- Human Factors Training.


Form 1 holder;


- Have an engineering background and possess relevant certification (essential)

- Have worked within the industry (desirable)

This is not an exhaustive list and from time to time additional responsibilities may be provided directly from your Line Manager