Engineering Operations are responsible for ensuring the total airworthiness of the entire fleet of easyJet aircraft. Safety is their number one priority and they ensure that all necessary maintenance required on the fleet is identified, carried out on time and to an approved standard. To support this process, the team now require a Maintenance Operations Controller to take responsibility for controlling all line maintenance activity on the fleet and co-ordinating aircraft rescues and defect rectifications.
As Maintenance Operations Controller, it is your responsibility to ensure that all appropriate legislation and company procedures are adhered to in order for easyJet to remain compliant, and aircraft remain airworthy. You will ensure that defect investigations/ rectification actions are progressed quickly and efficiently, following appropriate OEM/ airline documentation and procedures. Managing all AOG events to ensure a prompt return to service across a large and expanding network, it is also the responsibility of the MOC to maintain a legible and objective event log during the shift period to ensure continuity of information at shift handover. Ensuring all parties are kept updated and relevant communications are distributed effectively, you will ensure the MOC department operates effectively and efficiently at all times.
It is essential that you are a B1 or B2 licensed engineer with the ability to gain company Type authorisations
Extensive Airbus A320 family experience is crucial
Proven experience in a supervisory role within aviation engineering is preferred, accompanied by experience covering line and base maintenance
You will also have a good working knowledge of both Part 145 regulations and Airline Part M requirements, partnered with a knowledge of CAA, EASA and FOCA
A good understanding of maintenance schedules is also needed
Knowledge of the AMOS IT system is preferred, but not essential
This role will suit an individual able to adapt to a changing operational environment, with the ability to communicate to a wide community of both suppliers and customers