There are many reasons to work for us.

Which one is yours?

  • You have a high degree of flexibility,

  • prefer to work in small teams,

  • and have an eye for detail?


HEICO Aircraft Maintenance GmbH focuses on developing repair technologies on aircraft components. As an EASA Part-145 approved maintenance organization we are able to offer flexible and mobile repair solutions to Airlines and the MRO industry. Whether you want to use our Repair Shop or need our service directly at the aircraft – we are available to support our customers with professional solutions 24/7! To continue our dynamic growth we are looking for you ..


Interested? Please send us your complete application preferably via e-mail to career(at), Reference No. CRT21, or to HEICO Aircraft Maintenance GmbH, Abraham-Lincoln-Straße 20, 65189 Wiesbaden, Germany. Questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us! Simply call Ms. Nagy +49 611 50590-18. We`re looking forward to hearing from you!


HEICO Group is a company for individual services in Germany. Founded in 1966, we employ around 1,200 people in our Real Estate, Aviation an Human Resources divisions at 25 locations in germany.



Composite Repair Technician (m/f/d)

Our offer:

  • Diversified assignments in an international working environment
  • Permanent work contract with above-average pay
  • Continuous training and qualification measures

Job Description:

  • Detecting damage on GFK/CFK aircraft components and determining the proper repair technologies and repair materials required
  • Using manufacturers’ specifications, relevant repair documentation, work orders and drawings with confidence und efficiency
  • Confidently performing repair work on aircraft GFK and CFK components, using standard practice methods (sanding, laminating, vacuum bagging, curing, painting, polishing)
  • Inspection of the work performed
  • Creating the required technical documentation of all repair work performed
  • Care and maintenance of tools

Job Requirements:

  • Completed education as structural mechanic, composite technician; or similar, preferably with aviation experience
  • Ideally first professional experience in performing aviation-related composite repair work in accordance with SRM or CMM
  • High quality awareness and forward-looking
  • Ability to manage projects and to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting
  • Good spoken and written English communication skills (technical English)
  • EU work permit is required
  • Driver’s licence class B