The B2 Certifying Engineer is responsible for the certification of line, non-routine maintenance and repair on Airbus H135/145 rotorcraft.
Type training will be provided for a suitable candidate.**
Provide engineering operational support to Flight Operations.
Accomplishment of Maintenance inspections and repairs as directed by nominated LAE Supervisor.
Work as a team leader and to high standards to ensure continued safe operation of the aircraft.
Completion of maintenance, including avionic and electrical systems.
Replacement of avionic line replaceable units, requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability.
Supervision of avionic and electrical fitters and the certification of their work.
Conduct off-aircraft avionic and electrical technical work in Av workshop as required.
Also required to assist in day to day running of the aircraft Hangar, including aircraft movement and general house keeping responsibilities.
3 years experience in a certifying role.
Experience of Flight Operations and Line Maintenance.
Experience of Airbus Helicopters products.
Experience of Military Aviation.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Must have thorough knowledge of helicopter avionic and electrical systems.
Knowledge of specialised test equipment relating to avionic and electrical systems.
Must have up to date knowledge of :
EASA regulations, particularly Pt 145, Part M Continued Airworthiness Management (CAM)
Aircraft Line Maintenance
Knowledge of UK Military Aviation and UK MFTS.
Experience with SAP and ERP software.
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS, SPECIAL TRAINING
EASA Part 66 B2 Licence (Turbine Rotorcraft).
Type Rating and experience H135.
Required to work shifts as part of normal working routine.
Required travel between Shawbury, Valley and areas dictated by Operational requirements (Deployments on a 3 weekly cycle to Middle Wallop).