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€600000
Job type:
Permanent
Aircraft type:
Eurocopter
Sector:
Maintenance
Contact:
Ashley Ewen

GOOSE Recruitment is delighted to be assisting a reputable Helicopter Operator in their efforts to secure a Continuing Airworthiness Manager on a permanent bases located in Europe.

Main Duties

·         Working in accordance with EASA (Part CAMO) requirements and procedures.

         Ensures that all maintenance management functions comply with Part CAMO requirements.

         Management of the oversight of continued airworthiness information, including AD, SB, maintenance program etc.

         Management of the aircraft maintenance program(s).

         Management the approval of repairs, ensuring all repairs are performed to an approved standard. Ensuring any instructions for continued airworthiness or follow-on inspections are captured and incorporated to the aircraft maintenance program as required.

         Ensuring all scheduled maintenance is carried out in accordance with the approved maintenance programs.

         Ensuring all applicable airworthiness directives and operational directives are captured and applied in full, within the prescribed period.

         Coordinate (Plan) scheduled maintenance, the application of airworthiness directives, the replacement of service life limited parts and component inspections to ensure the work is carried out properly.

         Maintain continued airworthiness records in accordance with Part CAMO.

         Ensure that the mass and balance statement reflect the current status of the aircraft.

         Ensure that the Certificate of Airworthiness and ARC for each aircraft managed by the organization remains valid.

         Review and implementation, as appropriate, of any additional LBA requirements.

         Liaison with the aircraft, engine and equipment manufacturers regarding continuing airworthiness matters.

         Optimization of CAMO processes

         Analysis of the efficiency of maintenance programs

         Coordination of the Airworthiness Review Staff

         Inprocessing of new helicopters

         Route cause analysis and corrective actions arising from internal and external audits in regard to CAMO

 

 

Requirements

         Continued Airworthiness Management Form 4 holder or eligibility to be approved:

-          Have completed a formal aeronautical education and have either an Aircraft Maintenance Engineers License or a Degree

-          Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience

-          Solid knowledge of regulations (EU) Nr. 2018/1139, (EU) Nr. 1321/2014, (EU) Nr. 748/2012 und (EU) Nr. 965/2012

         Working knowledge and understanding of aircraft maintenance management

         Experience of EASA Part M and Part 145 requirements

         Strong negotiation skills at a senior level

         Experience in the induction and return of aircraft from lessors

         Experience in the preparation of work packages for the introduction of maintenance checks

         Management experience

         Fluent in English and German languages on a contractual level

         Knowledge in using MS Office products and maintenance software

         Ability to work independently, in a team and cost efficient

 

All applications will be handled in the strictest confidence and unless you hear from us within 10 days of your application, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

 

GOOSE Recruitment is delighted to be assisting a reputable Helicopter Operator in their efforts to secure a Continuing Airworthiness Manager on a permanent bases located in Europe.

Main Duties

·         Working in accordance with EASA (Part CAMO) requirements and procedures.

         Ensures that all maintenance management functions comply with Part CAMO requirements.

         Management of the oversight of continued airworthiness information, including AD, SB, maintenance program etc.

         Management of the aircraft maintenance program(s).

         Management the approval of repairs, ensuring all repairs are performed to an approved standard. Ensuring any instructions for continued airworthiness or follow-on inspections are captured and incorporated to the aircraft maintenance program as required.

         Ensuring all scheduled maintenance is carried out in accordance with the approved maintenance programs.

         Ensuring all applicable airworthiness directives and operational directives are captured and applied in full, within the prescribed period.

         Coordinate (Plan) scheduled maintenance, the application of airworthiness directives, the replacement of service life limited parts and component inspections to ensure the work is carried out properly.

         Maintain continued airworthiness records in accordance with Part CAMO.

         Ensure that the mass and balance statement reflect the current status of the aircraft.

         Ensure that the Certificate of Airworthiness and ARC for each aircraft managed by the organization remains valid.

         Review and implementation, as appropriate, of any additional LBA requirements.

         Liaison with the aircraft, engine and equipment manufacturers regarding continuing airworthiness matters.

         Optimization of CAMO processes

         Analysis of the efficiency of maintenance programs

         Coordination of the Airworthiness Review Staff

         Inprocessing of new helicopters

         Route cause analysis and corrective actions arising from internal and external audits in regard to CAMO

 

 

Requirements

         Continued Airworthiness Management Form 4 holder or eligibility to be approved:

-          Have completed a formal aeronautical education and have either an Aircraft Maintenance Engineers License or a Degree

-          Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience

-          Solid knowledge of regulations (EU) Nr. 2018/1139, (EU) Nr. 1321/2014, (EU) Nr. 748/2012 und (EU) Nr. 965/2012

         Working knowledge and understanding of aircraft maintenance management

         Experience of EASA Part M and Part 145 requirements

         Strong negotiation skills at a senior level

         Experience in the induction and return of aircraft from lessors

         Experience in the preparation of work packages for the introduction of maintenance checks

         Management experience

         Fluent in English and German languages on a contractual level

         Knowledge in using MS Office products and maintenance software

         Ability to work independently, in a team and cost efficient

 

All applications will be handled in the strictest confidence and unless you hear from us within 10 days of your application, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

 

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