Vista Global

Aircraft Sheet Metal Worker

Requisition ID
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Work Base
Onsite / Office
Maintenance Part 145
Vista Aircraft Maintenance

Job Profile

Vista is the world’s first and only global aviation company. With over 280 owned aircraft, Vista offers its members access to the largest privately owned fleet in the world.


Vista is expanding its Part 145 network, rebranding all facilities to ‘Vista Aircraft Maintenance’ during 2023. Our locations include Base Maintenance facilities in Farnborough (Dassault Aviation Business Services), Paris Le Bourget (Dassault Aviation Business Services), Munich (MCM Munich), Baden Baden (Air Hamburg Technik), Van Nuys (JetWorx) and Bay City (Red Wing Aircraft Maintenance) with additional Line Stations in Malta, Nice and Luton and Mobile Repair Teams in South Florida and the New York area.


We are recruiting additional Sheet Metal Workers to join our teams in Munich.    


Your Responsibilities

  • Support line managers by performing aircraft structural repair tasks in line with the aircraft repair data provided;
  • Installing, repairing, inspecting, and replacing sheet metal components;
  • Accountable for the safe, on-time delivery of structural repairs;
  • Ensure that all repairs meet aviation safety guidelines and safely operate various sheet metal tools;
  • Ensure relevant repair documentation is completed accurately and in a timely manner;
  • Promote a Just Culture, adhere to company Health & Safety policies, and report all incidents and occurrences through the Company Safety Management System;
  • Provide detailed documentation of the work carried out on aircraft;
  • Ensure all calibrated equipment and tooling is correctly stored, calibrated, labelled and recorded;
  • General housekeeping of shopfloors to maintain company standards.

Required Skills, Qualifications, and Experience

  • Completed a Civil Aviation Apprenticeship, Armed Forces Aircraft training or Basic Engineering Apprenticeship;
  • Minimum of 3 years sheet metal work experience on live aircraft.
  • Basic knowledge of EASA/CAA, HSE legislation;
  • Basic IT knowledge;
  • Ability to work under own initiative making recommendations for improvements as appropriate;
  • Have the right to work in Europe or the United Kingdom without restriction;
  • Good command of the English language, both written and spoken;
  • Must be eligible for an airside pass;
  • Be highly motivated, a great team player with a high level of attention to detail.


Please note that business fluent knowledge of English is required for this position. Applications must be submitted in English.


Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
Share on your newsfeed