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A modern aircraft is chock-full of the latest technology: thousands of components, all of which are vitally important. In order to inspect and maintain all this we have a large maintenance division with a very varied range of functions.

Positions in technology

Werken in de techniek

At KLM, technology-related jobs at mbo (intermediate vocational education), hbo (higher vocational education) and wo (scientific education) level are found mainly in the Engineering & Maintenance division. The hangars, the engine shop and other workshops are the daily work environment of a large number of technical staff and specialists, such as aircraft mechanics, engineers, ground mechanics, certified staff and even chemical technologists. And don't forget sheet metal workers, painters and electrical instrument makers. All these professions are involved in the day-to-day maintenance of aircraft. The physical work environment is often on or around the aircraft and in the hangars.

Look at the work of a gas turbine mechanic

In the technical fields you will also find a number of supporting and management departments, such as HR, Procurement, Finance & Control and Communication. Here you will find non-technical positions such as HR Manager, Project Manager, management trainees, administrative assistant, controller, buyer, supervisor, etc. For more information about these types of functions see ‘Office & management’.

 

Engineering & Maintenance (E&M)

KLM E&M is the maintenance division of KLM. Together with AIR FRANCE Industries (AFI), KLM E&M is a leading player in the global aircraft maintenance industry. In addition to the KLM and AIR FRANCE fleet, AFI and KLM E&M also maintain aircraft, engines and components for around 150 clients worldwide. KLM E&M employs over 5,000 people.

 

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