Working knowledge and understanding of aircraft maintenance management (E)
Experience of EASA Part M and Part 145 requirements (E)
Experience in the induction and return of aircraft from lessors (E)
Experience in the preparation of work packages for the introduction of modification programmes, and maintenance checks (E).
Experience in forward planning of heavy maintenance activity.
In conjunction with the CAW Manager and Technical Director, ensures that the organisation's responsibilities in the following areas can be met:
Working in accordance with EASA (Part M) requirements and processes and procedures.
Ensures that all maintenance management functions comply with Part M requirements.
Undertakes and manages the team performing the review of continued airworthiness information, including AD, SB, maintenance programme etc.
Leads reliability programme and reporting.
Oversight of modifications and repairs, ensuring all modifications and 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 programme as required.
Ensuring all scheduled maintenance is carried out in accordance with the approved maintenance programmes.
Ensuring all applicable airworthiness directives and operational directives are captured and applied in full, within the prescribed period.
Capture and review of all non-mandatory airworthiness data, as issued by the Type Certificate / Supplemental Type Certificate holder(s) for their aircraft, engine and equipment, implementing action plans as required.
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 M.
Ensure that the mass and balance statement reflect the current status of the aircraft.
Review and implementation, as appropriate, of any additional UK CAA requirements.
Liaison with the aircraft, engine and equipment manufacturers regarding continuing airworthiness matters.
Ensuring that the applicable procedures under their responsibility are complied with.