JOB IN LOTAMS

A perfect aviation mechanic should:

  • Be passionate about aviation
  • Be fluent in English
  • Have technical education
  • Have manual skills
  • Be stress resistant

Aviation mechanic – profits

  • Stable employment
  • High earnings
  • Interesting and developing job
  • Possibility to attend specialized trainings
  • Developed career path
  • Profession with potential
  • Enormous demand for new employees, which exceeds supply on the MRO market

Aviation Mechanic at LOTAMS

The position of aviation mechanic is associated with prestige, need for upgrading qualifications, and – what comes with it – consequent pay rises. LOTAMS offers stable employment and a friendly atmosphere at work, where ambition and self-development are required. The employees are also offered numerous benefits such as private healthcare, language course financing or social packages.

Every worker gets an opportunity to develop their own career path by undergoing specialized trainings for a given aircraft type or attending company-held courses. Moreover, our mechanics work with cutting edge aircrafts produced by Boeing, Airbus or Embraer.

LOTAMS CREW

SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP

Starting in 2017, LOTAMS has been offering a series of original lectures and workshops on planning processes, technological studies and maintenance of passenger aircrafts. So far, the workshops were organized for Warsaw University of Technology, Military University of Technology in Warsaw and automotive technical high school in Radom. Moreover, open lectures were attended by the students from Polish Airforce Academy in Dęblin, Wrocław University of Technology and Lublin University of Technology.

LOTAMS has opened a programme of paid internships (Zostań mechanikiem wyższych lotów). Taking part in the programme gives young people an opportunity to gain experience and be educated in aviation’s technical field. The growing industry creates a high demand for well-qualified workers and most of all, aviation mechanics. The main goal of the programme is to train the graduates of technical schools and universities.

he internship consists of two stages: for six months interns learn to work in the workshops (aircrafts aesthetics, wheels, brakes, gas cylinders, sheet metal, NDT, composites etc.) and undergo special training to work directly with aircrafts. Then, after having obtained knowledge from the workshops the interns start to help the mechanics and observe every aspect of their work. At the end of the internship the best candidates are offered job contracts at LOTAMS.

The programme is one of just few that give the young and educated people an opportunity to work shortly after graduation. Moreover, the company provides all the interns with specialized courses, which, due to their expenses, are not available for young students and graduates. Apart from collecting experience and education in the field, the interns receive a salary for their work. The programme combines the enthusiasm of youth with the experience of MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) specialists from all over the world, who service the aircraft of top airlines.

In response to a significant interest and numerous questions LOTAMS started unpaid summer internship programme as well. Still, the outstanding candidates may be offered a contract.

PARTNERSHIP SCHOOLS

In 2018 LOTAMS alongside Industrial Development Agency signed an agreement with 7 technical schools in search for personnel for our industry. The agreement concerns the support for the faculties crucial for the rapidly changing market. The ceremony was attended by the Secretary of State in the Bureau of the Prime Minister, Marek Suski and the Chief of Sejm’s Committee for Energy and State Treasury, Maciej Małecki. The goal of the agreement is to initiate long-term cooperation between IDA and educational sector in order to secure the best possible level of future employees.

PROGRAMMES FOR STUDENTS AND GRADUATES

The paid internship programme

  • One-year, paid internship
  • Job offers for outstanding interns
  • Maintenance of the newest types of aircrafts belonging to world’s top airlines
  • Constant education and trainings
  • Working in an international environment of MRO experts and aircraft manufacturers
  • Access to the latest methods of aircraft maintenance
  • Personalized career path development

„Summer internship”

In response to numerous enquiries LOTAMS decided to start unpaid summer internship programme. The students can choose one of six departments available (Archiving of Digital Data, Customer Service) to do an internship from one to three months between July and September. 20 interns, who are expected to provide support for the workers, will join each department. Outstanding candidates will receive job offers.

TRAININGS

Lp.Training type (practical, theoretical, periodical, other)Training detailsAircraft Licence category required (training staff) Training staff availability at LOTAMS (yes/no)Remarks
1PeriodicalMaintenance experiences. Changes in technical file. Changes and modifications of aircraft equipmentEmbraer EMB-135/145 (RR Corp. AE3007A)TUL USYes
2PeriodicalMaintenance experiences. Changes in technical file. Changes and modifications of aircraft equipment ATR-42/-72 (PW120 series)TUL USYes
3PeriodicalMaintenance experiences. Changes in technical file. Changes and modifications of aircraft equipmentBoeing 737-300/400/500 (CFM56)TUL USYes
4PeriodicalMaintenance experiences. Changes in technical file. Changes and modifications of aircraft equipmentBoeing 767-200/300 (GE CF6)
Boeing 767-200/300 (PW4000)
Boeing 767-200/300 (GE CF6)
Boeing 767-200/300 (PW4000)
TUL USYes
5PeriodicalMaintenance experiences. Changes in technical file. Changes and modifications of aircraft equipment Embraer ERJ-170/190 (GE CF34)TUL USYes
6PeriodicalMaintenance experiences. Changes in technical file. Changes and modifications of aircraft equipmentBOEING B737-600/700/800/900 (CFM56)TUL USYes
7PeriodicalMaintenance experiences. Changes in technical file. Changes and modifications of aircraft equipmentBoeing 787-8/9 (RR RB 211 Trent 1000)TUL USYes
8PeriodicalMaintenance experiences. Changes in technical file. Changes and modifications of aircraft equipmentBombardier DHC-8-400 (PWC PW150)TUL USYes
9PeriodicalMaintenance experiences. Changes in technical file. Changes and modifications of aircraft equipmentAirbus A319/A320/A321 (CFM56)
Airbus A319/A320/A321 (IAE V2500)
Airbus A319/A320/A321 (CFM56)
Airbus A319/A320/A321 (IAE V2500)
TUL USYes
10PeriodicalHuman factors in aircraft maintenanceALLTUL USYes
11PeriodicalLegal base of aircraft maintenanceALLTUL USYes
12PeriodicalSafety of fuel systems in aviationALLTUL USYes
13PeriodicalSystem of electrical connections (EWIS)ALLTUL USYes
14Theoretical Training for C category aircraft; introductory training for Embraer the ERJ 190 Series (GE CF34)Embraer ERJ 190 Series (GE CF34)TUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
15Teoretical and practical Training for B1 and B2 aircraft type; line and base maintenance of the Embraer ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34)/differences in the Embraer ERJ 190 Series (GECF34)Embraer ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34)TUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
16Practical Training for B1 aircraft; line and base maintenance of the Embraer ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34)Embraer ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34)TUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
17Practical Training for B2 aircraft; line and base maintenance of the Embraer ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34)Embraer ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34)TUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
18Theoretical and practical Training for B1 aircraft; line and base maintenance of the Embraer ERJ 190 Series (GE CF34)Embraer ERJ 190 Series (GE CF34)TUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
19Theoretical and practical Training for B2 aircraft; line and base maintenance of the Embraer ERJ 190 Series (GE CF34)Embraer ERJ 190 Series (GE CF34)TUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
20PracticalTraining for B1 aircraft; line and base maintenance of the Boeing 787-8 (RR RB 211 Trent 1000), practical partBoeing 787-8 (RR RB 211 Trent 1000)TUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
21PracticalTraining for B2 aircraft; line and base maintenance of the Boeing 787-8 (RR RB 211 Trent 1000), practical partBoeing 787-8 (RR RB 211 Trent 1000)TUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
22Practical Training for B1B2 aircraft; line and base maintenance of the Embraer ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34), practical partBoeing B737-600/700/800/900 (CFM56)TUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
23TheoreticalHuman factors in aircraft maintenance MODUL 9 for B1/B2 categoryALLTUL USYesIn accordance with Part-147
24Theoretical Teaching methods for lecturers and instructors of professional trainingsALLTUL USYes
25TheoreticalEWIS Target Group 4 according to AMC 20-22 Annex III to ED Decision 2008/007/R from 29/08/2008 System of electrical connections (EWIS)ALLTUL USYes
26TheoreticalExtending training /EWIS Target Group 2; System of electrical connections (EWIS)ALLTUL USYes
27TheoreticalSafety of fuel systems in aviationALLTUL USYes
28Theoretical and practical Embraer's ERJ 170/190GE CF34 Engine start and testEmbraer ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34)
Embraer ERJ 190 Series (GE CF34)
TUL USYes

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