Aircraft Maintenance Licence
by amir nezami
(kingston upon thames, surrey, uk)
My purpose for writing is to establish if your organisation would be interested in my track record and experience. I completed the EASA66 examinations in November 2010 and am seeking an organisation that will provide me with the opportunity to complete the EASA66 log book in order to obtain the Aircraft Maintenance Licence. I have 8 years experience as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician, working for leading organisations such as ATC Lasham, Inflite Engineering Services, Maridiana, Thompson Fly and KLM.
I started my career with ATC Lasham in 2003 on a temporary contract and due to strong performance, I was offered a permanent role in 2004. I left ATC in 2008 to take advantage of the buoyant and lucrative contract market and gained extensive experience that I wouldn’t have gained within a permanent role. As the contract market contracted, I took the opportunity to complete a 6 month intensive EASA66 course and am now seeking a permanent role.
I have worked throughout Europe and the UK and have extensive knowledge of various aircraft including Boeing 727, 737 (all categories), 747, 757, 767, 707; Airbus 319, 320, 321; BAE 146; and Fokker 50. I have my own portfolio of high-quality Snap-on tools worth approximately £6000 and am highly experienced in fitting, removing, rectifying and modifying all parts of aircraft frames, engines and components in accordance with aircraft manuals.
My CV contains a full breakdown of my employment history and achievements. I appreciate the time you have spent considering my application, and would welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss existing or potential openings.
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