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In anticipation of increased requirements over the winter maintenance period in Germany, Bostonair are looking to increase our pool of security cleared B1, B2 & Cat-A Licensed Engineers. We’ll also be looking to clear additional Mechanics, Sheet Metal Workers & Cabin Mechanics.
If you expect to be available later this year – and might be interested in working in Germany, then we need to start the security clearance process now so that the procedure is complete by the time that you’re available. From the moment that we submit your application, it can take the German authorities up to twelve weeks to process – but once granted, it is valid for five years. So even if you’re not sure when you’ll be available, it’s still worth getting the process underway.
If you’re interested, please send an email to email@example.com to speak with a member of our recruitment team. You’ll be asked to provide a copy of your CV, passport, license and documentation (where relevant). You’ll also need to provide a criminal record check from each country that you’ve lived/registered in over the last ten years – and for any criminal record check not originally provided in English or German, you’ll need to provide an official translation (into German) with an apostille to satisfy the German authorities.
Please note that you must be eligible to work in the EU.
Also note that it’s not possible to work via a limited company or umbrella company on our contracts in Germany, however it’s still worth sending your CV in for any contracts we have outside of Germany.
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