Menska Ltd, on behalf of our client, a leading business jet operator, have been commissioned to recruit Continued Airworthiness Co-ordinator/Planners.
Continued Airworthiness Co-ordinators/Planners are an integral part of the Company’s operational structure in supporting and assisting the Company’s Continued Airworthiness Manager.
The role oversees all aspects of the company’s day to day continued airworthiness responsibilities to ensure compliance with the company’s Continued Airworthiness Management Exposition (CAME) and the regulations produced by EASA and the UK CAA and other applicable Regulatory Authorities under whose registers the company operates aircraft.
The Overall purpose is to deliver safe, efficient and timely aircraft services to our clients.
Accountable to: The Continuing Airworthiness Manager
- Ensuring that the CAW records are retained as required by Part M.A.305.
- Inputting sector record page information into the company system
- Forecast, update and maintain accurate records of all maintenance activities on the aircraft via computer and web based planning systems
- Plan and administer activities with external providers and ensure they are carried out to the required standard in a timely and cost effective manner
- Check and monitor expiry dates of certificates
- Monitoring of the fleet’s subscriptions to ensure maintenance data, warranty support programs and related services are kept up to date
- Ensure relevant modifications and repairs are carried out
- Assist AMOs in recovery of aircraft from AOG situations.
- Preparing Maintenance Programmes and amendments as required for CAA approval
- Ensuring the maintenance programme is reviewed and amended as required to reflect the current status of the aircraft.
- The collection of Airworthiness Directive and other additional requirements data.
- The collection of service bulletins, their review and distribution
- The Operations Department remains cognisant of any maintenance requirements, be it scheduled maintenance, out of phase checks to ensure the aircraft is in a suitable location for maintenance before any specified time limit expire
- Operational / Technical experience, ideally gained within an Aviation environment
- Working knowledge and understanding on national and international aviation regulations and the effect on day to day operational requirements
- Experience of working in teams, including influencing others whilst maintaining the highest of standards
- Ideally, experience in a similar role within a similar organisation, together with the ability to deal with complex operational issues inherent to a fast moving environment exacting the highest possible professional standards
- Excellent communication skills with a range of audiences, including senior management, board members and VVIP clients
Experience of forming and maintaining working relationships across professional and operational boundaries
- Enthusiasm for continually seeking better professional and personal performance
- Patience and ability to deal with challenges, whilst at the same time achieving the highest standards
Salary: £30,000 to £35, 000, dependent on experience. Full Company Benfits including Pension, Private Healthcare, Life Assurance, Travel Insurance, Group Health Scheme. 20 days annual leave + Bank Holidays, also apply
Full or Part time hours considered (salary will be pro rata)
Reasonable adjustment will be made to working arrangements to accommodate a person with a disability who otherwise would be prevented from undertaking the work.