Aviation Technical Representative Jobs

Bostonair are actively seeking talented individuals to join our team as Aviation Technical Representatives at various locations in the UK, Germany, Europe, and worldwide.

As an aircraft tech rep with Bostonair, you’ll have the opportunity to work with MROs (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul facilities) and airlines, contributing to the efficiency and safety of aircraft operations.

Find out more about our technical representative opportunities below, and view our vacancies page to see a full list of current opportunities.

Technical Representative Job Specifications

As an Aviation Technical Representative with Bostonair, you will be responsible for liaising between MROs, airlines, and aircraft manufacturers to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards.

We have roles available providing the opportunity to work on a diverse range of aircraft types and base maintenance support projects for some of the world’s leading airlines, including British Airways, Aerologic, Austrian Airlines, Eurowings and DHL.

While exact requirements will vary from location to location, tech reps will typically provide technical support and guidance on aircraft maintenance and repair activities, conducting inspections and audits to verify adherence to safety protocols. Additionally, you will assist in troubleshooting technical issues to minimise downtime and improve the reliability of airlines.

Why Choose Bostonair?

Culture & Values

At Bostonair, you’ll be part of a company with an identifiable culture and strongly held values, that aways puts it’s people first.

Progression Paths

As a fully approved training provider engineers hone and grow skills on the job, whether you’re looking to refresh current qualifications or expand your type rating experience.

Typical Requirements for our Technical Representative Vacancies

Although exact requirements will vary depending on the vacancy, most advertised airline technical representative positions will applicants to have experience working as a maintenance engineer to Part 66 standards.

Knowledge of EASA and CAA regulations will be essential for the majority of roles, and candidates may also be required to demonstrate experience working on particular aircraft types.

For roles in Germany applicants will generally need a valid EU Passport and German Security Clearance (ZUP), with similar clearance requirements necessary for roles advertised elsewhere in mainland Europe

Strong technical skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work effectively in a team are essential across all advertised roles.