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Are you an Airworthiness Engineer looking for a new challenge? Would you like a position that allows you to take ownership of your work? JMC Recruitment are currently working with a leading FBO and maintenance repair organisation who are looking to add an experienced CAMO Technical Services Engineer to their impressive team

 

This role is based in Stansted and is open to both a temp to perm or permanent contract.  

 

Your main responsibilities as a CAMO Technical Services Engineer are to complete all scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance for aircraft under the respective CAMO control, ensuring that all maintenance is carried out to the correct regulatory and company standards, perform work pack follow up and ensuring log books (including hours and cycles) are accurately updated, whilst maintaining the utmost safety standards.

 

Key Responsibilities include

·         Providing technical support to aircraft crews and other CAMO peers;

·         Use of Computerised Maintenance Tracking Systems (e.g. CAMP) for defect reporting and work order generation for AOG, short and long term maintenance Planning requirements;

·         Ensuring all requested maintenance has been performed and in compliance with regulatory and company policies;

·         Administration of Technical Log Page including quality control, data entry, and the review/correction of total aircraft hours and landings;

·         Control and tracking of MEL List;

·         Performing work pack reviews, and ensuring ‘live CRS/RTS‘ is performed accurately

·         Warranty and PBH program reporting;

·         Updating aircraft permanent records;

·         Performing initial review of AD/SB/STC’s/SIL’s etc. in support of the procedures defined;

·         Entering and maintaining records of all aircraft airworthiness documents, including; Log Book Entries and work orders, airframe, engine, APU and Modification record log books;

·         Aid with the respective Certificate of Airworthiness and Airworthiness Review Certificate preparation and presentation, including any international and domestic travel as required;

·         Any other ad hoc projects and tasks as required by your Line Manager;

·         Provide 24/7 Aircraft On Ground (AOG), immediate technical support to all managed aircraft within Excellence Aviation out of business hours on shift, if required;

·         Sound decision making after analysing problems to balance Customer Focused solutions with Regulatory & Company Policies and without ever allowing safety to be compromised;

·         Signing for Work Authorisations & Purchase Orders for Spare Parts

 

The successful candidate will have the following skills, knowledge and experience:

The successful candidate will have the following skills, knowledge and experience:

Previous experience working within a Maintenance Planning/ CAMO Environment

Knowledge of EASA Part M, OTAR, IoM NAA requirements

Attention to detail and organisation skills

Previous client presentation involvement and business aircraft experience

Recognised Apprenticeship, training scheme, Aeronautical Degree, or 5 years equivalent industry experience; Part M familiarisation training,   EWIS, FTS, SMS and HF Training

Proficient in the use of all Microsoft Office packages

Ability to negotiate with clients and service providers     

 

If you would like to apply and have the necessary skills and attributes please apply today or contact JMC Recruitment for more details

 

Are you an Airworthiness Engineer looking for a new challenge? Would you like a position that allows you to take ownership of your work? JMC Recruitment are currently working with a leading FBO and maintenance repair organisation who are looking to add an experienced CAMO Technical Services Engineer to their impressive team

 

This role is based in Stansted and is open to both a temp to perm or permanent contract.  

 

Your main responsibilities as a CAMO Technical Services Engineer are to complete all scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance for aircraft under the respective CAMO control, ensuring that all maintenance is carried out to the correct regulatory and company standards, perform work pack follow up and ensuring log books (including hours and cycles) are accurately updated, whilst maintaining the utmost safety standards.

 

Key Responsibilities include

·         Providing technical support to aircraft crews and other CAMO peers;

·         Use of Computerised Maintenance Tracking Systems (e.g. CAMP) for defect reporting and work order generation for AOG, short and long term maintenance Planning requirements;

·         Ensuring all requested maintenance has been performed and in compliance with regulatory and company policies;

·         Administration of Technical Log Page including quality control, data entry, and the review/correction of total aircraft hours and landings;

·         Control and tracking of MEL List;

·         Performing work pack reviews, and ensuring ‘live CRS/RTS‘ is performed accurately

·         Warranty and PBH program reporting;

·         Updating aircraft permanent records;

·         Performing initial review of AD/SB/STC’s/SIL’s etc. in support of the procedures defined;

·         Entering and maintaining records of all aircraft airworthiness documents, including; Log Book Entries and work orders, airframe, engine, APU and Modification record log books;

·         Aid with the respective Certificate of Airworthiness and Airworthiness Review Certificate preparation and presentation, including any international and domestic travel as required;

·         Any other ad hoc projects and tasks as required by your Line Manager;

·         Provide 24/7 Aircraft On Ground (AOG), immediate technical support to all managed aircraft within Excellence Aviation out of business hours on shift, if required;

·         Sound decision making after analysing problems to balance Customer Focused solutions with Regulatory & Company Policies and without ever allowing safety to be compromised;

·         Signing for Work Authorisations & Purchase Orders for Spare Parts

 

The successful candidate will have the following skills, knowledge and experience:

The successful candidate will have the following skills, knowledge and experience:

Previous experience working within a Maintenance Planning/ CAMO Environment

Knowledge of EASA Part M, OTAR, IoM NAA requirements

Attention to detail and organisation skills

Previous client presentation involvement and business aircraft experience

Recognised Apprenticeship, training scheme, Aeronautical Degree, or 5 years equivalent industry experience; Part M familiarisation training,   EWIS, FTS, SMS and HF Training

Proficient in the use of all Microsoft Office packages

Ability to negotiate with clients and service providers     

 

If you would like to apply and have the necessary skills and attributes please apply today or contact JMC Recruitment for more details

 

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