CAE Parc Aviation are accepting applications for the role of Powerplant Engineer, based in Stockholm.
Exceptional opportunity, cannot be missed!
Amazing prospect to be a part of highly reputable flag carrier, offering challenging and varying task’s in a dynamic working environment. We are looking for experienced and motivated professionals to be a part of highly respected brand with great colleagues and many opportunities.
Powerplant Engineer & Planner
Maintain continuing airworthiness within the powerplant team in line with the applicable regulations and procedures. Reduce cost and improve reliability of the Engines, APU and structure components related to the Engines, such as thrust reversers and nacelles.
Evaluate Airworthiness Directives through technical assessment and preparation of Maintenance Instructions and follow up by mandatory report forms
Review and recommend incorporation of Service Bulletins to enhance safety, operational performance and reliability in order to gain lower cost during operation.
Provide substantiation data to support changes for maintenance program tasks
Perform reliability analyzes to achieve technical reliability targets.
Carry out occurrence/Incident investigations
Define and control the configuration status for the engine/components
Define and implement actions resulting from non-conformance findings as part of Quality Audit Reports or Airworthiness Review
Support owner inspections, title engine replacements and aircraft transfer activities
Workscoping of shop maintenance
Review shop documentation and transfer relevant data into the CAMO continuing airworthiness records
Ownership of processes and procedures to support the above
Commercial / Finance
Responsibility for the products to optimize the use to the lowest full life cycle cost
Liaison Powerplant Contracts to optimize the assets and reduce costs
Invoice and cost follow up of shop maintenance including scrap review
Forecast to perform long and short term budget to support finance functions
Identify and assess need for spare engine / rotable pool or lease engines and liaison with contracts department accordingly
Evaluate suppliers together with contracts department
Sale of surplus material
Perform life Cycle planning of Engines
Analyse and evaluate most efficient program to handle airframe related components typically not removed for life limited part or mandatory AD
Weekly planning activities to ensure available spare engines at right locations
Perform life Cycle planning of Engines to optimize end of lease requirements
Liaison with asset management to ensure transfer commitments are fulfilled and optimized
Define key performance index and follow up
B.Sc or M.Sc degree in relevant engineering discipline
Appropriate experience related to powerplant continuing airworthiness and/or maintenance and/or design.
In-depth knowledge of EASA Part M regulations. Knowledge of EASA Part 145 and EASA OPS regulations.
Fluent in English
Type related training within area of responsibility.
Understanding of principles and techniques for risk-based safety management.
Working Week: 40 hours
Holidays: 30 days per year
Benefits: Pension and Staff Tickets after a qualifying period of three months.
Interested candidates that meet all of the above required qualifications & skills, please submit your CV immediately. All applicants must hold an EU passport.