Contract workers currently deployed globally.
We deliver a global offering through our 6 offices in key locations in the UK, US, EU and Middle East.
Our current candidate pool is in excess of 15,000.
We've worked in over 130 locations in 35 countries across the globe.
Vehicle to aviation mechanics.
Supply & Logistics
Forklift Ops. to Logistics Analysts.
Drivers to Material Coordinators.
Planning, monitoring, reporting
Life Support & ODC Services
ITAR processing to vehicle and
office equipment provision.
M&E recruit maintenance and supply teams to provide worldwide Aviation Field and Sustainment Level Maintenance (AFM), and complete maintenance mechanic jobs. They encompass Reset, non-standard repair, installation and removal of Modification Work Orders (MWO), Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) Pass-back Maintenance Support. We have been supporting AFM for a number of years and due to mission requirements, the footprint has expanded to include Germany, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Iraq and Honduras. Skills set provided under AFM so far include: Aircraft Mechanics Level I and II Avionics Technicians CNC Machinists Electronics Technicians Production Control Clerks Sheet Metal Workers Supply Technicians Tools and Parts Attendants Warehouse Specialists Other maintenance mechanic jobs
M&E Global continue to support the APS2 missions in multiple locations across Germany. We provide personnel with mechanic job skills and continual support across maintenance, supply and transportation functions covering US ground support equipment and armoured vehicles including M1, M2/M3 Bradley Infantry fighting vehicles, HUMVEE, HEMMT's, M109 Howitzer, M88 Recovery Vehicles, M113 and M577 APC. We have deployed over 700 personnel to date on long term contracts for positions including Vehicle Mechanics (Heavy and Light Track, Wheel, Recovery), Supply Technicians, Warehouse Operatives, Forklift Operators, Fuel Specialists, Quality Control/Assurance Technicians, Armorers, AWRDS Technicians, Data Administrators and Safety Environment Offices as well as Lead positions. To meet increasing Military Training Exercises throughout Europe M&E also provide support personnel on Temporary Duty Assignments to meet the mission requirements.
The Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC) is one of the seven directorates falling under the command of U.S. Army Europe's 7th Army Training Command, is headquartered at USAG Bavaria, Hohenfels Training Area and is the army's only Europe-based combat training centre (CTC) with a theatre-wide mobile training capability. M&E support exercises through the provision of a number of skills sets for the MRX (Mission Rehearsal Exercise) and PTF (Prepositioned Training Fleet) contracts in Hohenfels, Grafenwoehr Germany and travel to support exercises throughout the EUCOM, AFRICOM, and CENTOM Areas of responsibility to perform field level maintenance services. The PTF site is operational 363 days 24/7 to support US Military and NATO exercises. Key tasks performed include: Issue and receipt of equipment Tactical Vehicle Field Level Maintenance, unscheduled and scheduled, to Technical Manual (TM) -10/-20/-30 level in accordance with OEM manuals Preparation of vehicles for special programs such as Chemical Agent Resistant Coating Painting, RESET, Modification. Fuel testing dispensing operations Transportation of fuel in accordance with ADR regulations Quality Inspections Life support
Support of OEMs is a crucial part of our maintenance support and requires a high degree of interaction between M&E, our clients and our candidates. Stryker M&E continue to provide Stryker Brigade support in Germany and for a period of nine years we provided support and operational maintenance whilst they were at their home base when deployed on operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Maintenance functions include Reset, Retrofit, battle damage repair, modification and upgrade (including up-armouring) and equipment training support. Summary of services provided and locations supported: Germany M&E played a key role in converting a bare hanger into a reset and maintenance facility and a second empty vehicle hanger into a stores and supply facility. M&E subsequently utilized these facilities to perform: Defence equipment receipt and inspection. All levels of maintenance to ensure Fully Mission Capable (FMC) status. Assembly and component repairs/replacements. Reset and retrofit of equipment. Application of modifications and upgrades. User maintenance training and support to pre-deployment training exercises. Care of supplies in storage (Left behind equipment). Logistics support. Receiving, inventory and distribution of upgrade kits, stock items, supplies & consumables. Reporting production progress and ensuring appropriate availability of supplies. Iraq Our contract workers were deployed to forward operating bases (FOB) in Iraq to maintain the brigade’s defence equipment for the duration of their combat mission. Facilities in Iraq were taken over, modified to meet specific client requirements and then operated for 18 months under operational conditions. Kuwait Our contractors were deployed to Kuwait where we established temporary facilities, trained locals and fitted and removed the additional exterior slatted armour and under-vehicle up-armour and conducted technical inspections to all of the Stryker variants prior to entry to Iraq and upon exit. Qatar M&E provided Heavy Wheeled Mechanic and Welders to at the Battle Damage Repair Facility in Qatar. The task required a complete rebuild of each vehicle. 502 vehicles (422 battle-damaged, 80 reset). Alaska Deployed personnel to conduct RESET of 1/25 SCR Stryker Brigade and support across all levels of maintenance.
The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) requires engineering services to provide technical assistance to the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) to perform Standardised Pierside Maintenance and Repair (SPMR) on ships in Saudi Arabia. In particular, the SPMR Program is a repair and test program designed to enhance the reliability and performance while lowering the life cycle costs of the equipment. Their global objective is to have strategically managed SAIs leading to higher performance. Yearly, we have provided skilled marine maintenance technicians on short term assignments in Saudi Arabia to provide maintenance support of RSNF vessels systems. Together with our in-country sponsors, M&E plan and coordinate fully compliant solutions, including work visas, Saudi Residency Visas (Iqama), accommodation, travel and transport, that require the flexibility of variable deployment periods and very specific skill sets that are often hard to come by, particularly with respect to the specific naval work required of marine engineering jobs.
Vehicle trials require a flexible and responsive approach throughout the trial period due to the need to ramp up and ramp down the workforce according to the changing shape of the programme as it evolves over time and also due to the possibility of irregular work hours, night time/weekend requirements, multiple Trials Locations and extreme conditions and working environments. M&E works closely with the Prime contractors' Program Management team in order to fully understand the client’s mission and manning requirements to ensure that the Program meets its goals and milestones. New vehicles M&E support General Dynamics UK (GDUK) with a team of Driver and armoured vehicles commanders for ongoing trials of the AJAX armoured fighting vehicles.
The staff at M&E have proven to be not only resourceful but also extremely supportive with work related issues.
In addition to this they also support with private challenges that one might encounter when moving to a different country. Driving is my passion, during my first 6 months working with M&E I was fortunate to progress from Movement Control Driver to Recovery Ops.
M&E Global - Heavy Equipment Mechanic Recovery Ops
Working abroad is an unbeatable experience, both personally and for career development.
When I saw the opportunity with M&E to work for the US military in Germany, I thought it sounded amazing – and I haven’t looked back since! There are plenty of opportunities for training and development for anyone who wants it. You will also learn on the job too – in fact, I’d say that I’ve learnt something new every day since I’ve been here!Life here is great. I’ve made lots of friends, both on and off base, and there are loads of opportunities to travel and explore on the weekends.
M&E Global - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic
M&E Global gave me the training and opportunities to progress in my career.
What I like most about my work at M&E is the opportunities it offers me for development and the challenges and complexity of the tasks it puts in front of me. Secondly, it's great that I’m learning about working in a military environment. I emphasise learning, because the area is so vast that you will always be surprised by something new!
M&E Global - Supply Support Activity Supervisor