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about 1 year ago
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Luton
Job type: Permanent
Contact: easyJet Airline
Sector: Engineering
Category: Aeronautical Engineer Jobs, B2 Licensed Engineer Jobs, B1 Licensed Engineer Jobs, Avionics Engineer Jobs

We have an exciting opportunity for Fleet Engineer-Airframe/Systems within our innovative and recognised Engineering team. You will report into the Engineering Manager and be responsible for the Continued Airworthiness of easyJet's fleet.

You will be able to work cross functionally with all departments ensuring complete integration with company operating policy. You will establish and develop working relationships with aircraft, system/equipment manufacturers to ensure continued airworthiness to improve aircraft availability and system reliability whilst liaising with the Airworthiness Regulator's as required. The assessment and reaction of manufactures technical information will be monitored.

Your responsibilities will include the maintenance of easyJet's Continuous Airworthiness obligations as required by EASA Part 'M', focusing on the maximisation of safety, reliability and value. You will ensure all aircraft and systems operate safely and efficiently whilst taking cost efficiency into consideration.

Further, you will provide clear advice to the company on all technical matters in specialist areas of responsibility, including a number of innovative and world leading projects.

You will develop processes and procedures as required for the technical operation of easyJet's fleet and provide operational support for the line defects/technical disciplines in the department as required. The ordering of job instruction cards/production of engineering orders and departmental closures during safety/audit findings will also be part of your role.

Hold a recognised degree in an Aircraft Engineering discipline or an EASA

Category B1 aircraft maintenance engineer's licence.

Detailed working knowledge of the functions of EASA Part M and can demonstrate competence in reliability control and Maintenance Programme development.

Previous experience in Technical Service / Fleet Engineering Role

Experience of 'Single Aisle' aircraft systems.

Experience with aircraft 'Maintenance Control Systems' (AMOS).

Confident with use of Microsoft Office applications.

Motivated and committed to Continuous Improvement.

Flexible in approach and adaptable to change.

Knowledge of airworthiness regulations CAA, EASA and FAA

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