Fleet Support Engineer - Airline - Luton - 1 year fixed term contract
Working for the UK's number 1 low cost carrier.
To improve aircraft availability by providing continuous monitoring of aircraft fleet status and the identification of fleet reliability and operational performance issues. To further manage individual AOG events at the request of the Duty Engineer or MOC Controller.
To improve the overall aircraft performance and continued airworthiness by providing a front line review of fleet operational performance and in depth technical recommendation on current and emerging aircraft/fleet issues.
? To work on a continuous shift basis to provide support and instruction for both daily line activity and all night stop maintenance requirements.
? To provide all trouble-shooting assistance to MOC and to the Network during all significant AOG or out of Service events.
? To produce further work instructions in conjunction with the OEM?s when all trouble shooting guides supplied to the network have been exhausted, eg AMM/TSM guides.
? By review of the data provided through the Maintenance Records system and in service information e.g. Tech Logs and Line Station feedback, provide repetitive and recurrent defect analysis across the fleet, and produce monthly statistical report for dissemination within the organisation.
? To assume responsibility for, and provide a structured approach to the resolution of technical issues identified by MOC or the Operational Management. This may include complex defects, modification programmes, and/or customer requests.
? To provide, as requested, on-site support at the line stations during AOG recovery.
? To provide technical liaison with OEMs, Vendors and outside agencies as required, including the provision of feedback via the applicable communication channels.
? To be actively involved and participate in operational meetings such as, but not limited to: Morning conference call, Technical Delay Analysis Meeting (tdam), and defect review meeting.
? To attend and provide feedback from the Network into Approved Maintenance Programme (AMP) review process on a quarterly basis.
? To develop and enhance processes and procedures to effectively contribute to improved aircraft availability.
? To establish and develop effective communication and relationships within the PMO technical services group to contribute to improved aircraft availability.
? To assist MOC / Network stations in the identification of part numbers and alternatives, as required.
? To ensure that all appropriate legislative and Company Procedures are adhered to in order to ensure that the Company remains compliant and airworthy.
? To endeavor, as far as practical, to ensure that contracted aircraft availability targets are achieved.
? To comply with known and notified health and safety requirements.
? To accept other duties and responsibilities as may reasonably be requested.
Key Skills required
? Possess a B1 and/or B2 EASA Part-66 Licence, preferably holding a current Airbus A320 Family authorisation
? Passionate about safety.
? Displays a progressive attitude which fosters positive working experiences.
? Sharing knowledge and ideas with colleagues and suppliers to improve product supplied
Full job spec available
Contact Simon Portway