At easyJet, we're proud to be the number one low cost airline in the UK; and Luton is where it all started some 20 years ago. Since then we have reinvented European air travel. That took innovation, energy, digital disruption and persistence. We're always looking ahead, being inventive and finding new ways to deliver for our customers. That's generation easyJet. And nowhere is this more the case than amongst our Engineering department.
What's the role?
As a Design & Fleet Engineer - Structures , you will be reporting to the Head of Design, to perform design activities under easyJet's Part-21, Subpart J Design Organisation Approval and to provide fleet technical support under easyJet's Part-M, Subpart G approval.
Your main responsibility as Design & Fleet Engineer - Structures is to provide the operation with 24/7 Part-21 and technical support. Working on a roster pattern, you will have the skills and resource to return aircraft to service with a minimum delay, ensuring the repairs are carried out using data approved by EASA or by an approved Part-21 Design Organisation.
Key responsibilities are also:
Management and analysis of damage reports received from the Part-145 organisation, recording of data on AMOS computer system
Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA); performing necessary investigations and analysis to identify any benefit from a proposed change to type design. Presentation of findings to Management
Airworthiness Directives; identify AD applicability and ensure compliance within prescribed limitation, assignment of any remedial actions
What we're looking for:
A professional aircraft engineering qualification (e.g degree, HNC) and/or have successfully completed an aircraft engineering apprenticeship
Willingness to provide standby cover for the easyJet operation, which will involve being contactable and available to work out of normal office hours and at short notice, including night, weekends and public holidays
Demonstrable experience within an organisation performing design activities under Part-21 or continued airworthiness management under Part-M (a combination of experience will be considered an advantage)
A detailed understanding of the regulatory structure, and regulatory and airworthiness requirements
You will be willing to travel within the United Kingdom and internationally, occasionally at short notice and outside of normal office hours
Detailed knowledge and understanding of Airbus A320 family metallic and composite structures, Part-M and reliability management.
What's the deal?
At easyJet, our goal is to inspire a whole generation of travellers to say "yes" to new experiences and opportunities. Our people are at the heart of our success and we think it's important that we share the benefits of our success with them. Travel perks, individually tailored benefits, bonuses linked to both your and the company's performance - you'll enjoy it all here.
This is a vibrant place to work. Our pace makes us exciting. Join us and you'll share in the fun.