Sheet Metal Worker

Regional Jet Center B.V. (RJC) is a dedicated and operational high performing, independent MRO (Maintenance,
Repair & Overhaul Organization) that is part of the AF/KL group. Within this group we are responsible for the
maintenance of the KLM Cityhopper fleet at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. In addition to this customer, we carry out
maintenance for various other regional airlines. Within RJC the Aircraft Maintenance department carries out both
corrective and preventive maintenance in a modern hangar at Schiphol-East, Schiphol Center and in back shops.
RJC is a young and dynamic company with growth potential. We invest in innovative technology to enhance our
effectiveness. Approximately 260 employees work at RJC. We work together with enthusiasm and in a committed
way. Our 5 core values are: reliability, leadership, entrepreneurship, commitment and pride.

Have you always wanted to work in the dynamic, exciting and challenging environment of aviation? Do you have a
passion for the profession and do you want to be part of a well-motivated, flexible and committed team? Is safety
your top priority and are you proud if the aircrafts are returned to our customers in time? Then this opportunity is
definitely for you!

What are you going to do?

You are responsible for manufacturing, repairing and modifying sheet metal of aircraft on the platform, in the hangar (Schiphol Center/ outstations) and in the sheet metal workshop. You must assess damages in accordance with the requirements. You carry out repairs/ restore damage and perform modifications both on the aircraft and in the shops. You take care of keeping the work environment tidy, maintaining and cleaning tools and machines. You carry out the administration of the work carried out in accordance with the regulations. If necessary you support the aircraft maintenance mechanics in the hangar, at Schiphol Center and in the backshops. You consult the Supervisor in the progress of the work if there are distortions. The maintenance is carried out 24/7 and thus you work in shifts.

Who are we looking for?

You have completed relevant education at VMBO level. You have experience within an aircraft maintenance environment and you have knowledge of EASA law and regulations. You have good communication and social skills and are customer-oriented. You are able to improvise, to think in terms of solutions and possibilities. You have a good command of the Dutch and English language in word and writing. You are in possession of a driver’s license (B).

Furthermore, you recognize yourself in the following competencies: Stress-resistant, flexible, initiative, working in a team, effective communication. 

What do we offer? 

You will be employed within a dynamic company that is in full development with a lot of opportunities. An inspiring and dynamic work environment at Schiphol Center, in the hangar at Schiphol-East and ad hoc AOG recovery business trips to outstations make the work extra challenging and varied. The hangar has been completely renovated and has modern facilities. The atmosphere is informal and there is a constructive cooperation where just culture is participated. You get a personal iPad and very comfortable working clothes. You get a training and there are also training opportunities for personal growth and development.

We offer you excellent primary and secondary employment conditions. The indication of salary for this position is between €2,550 and €3,126 depending on work experience and education. 

Are you ready for take-off? 

Are you enthusiastic and do you think you are suitable for the position of Sheet Metal Worker at RJC? We look forward to receiving your application including CV and motivation letter. You can sent this by e-mail to You will receive a message about your application within 2 weeks of the closing date. An assessment and capacity test can be part of the selection process. 

Closing date 

2019, July 27th

Do you need additional information about the vacancy?

You can contact Hans van Oel, Team Manager, tel. (+31)653597731. 

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