There is an opportunity in Airbus Customer Services to join the Operational Unit "Technical Data Support and Services", which works towards developing and delivering aircraft maintenance documentation, to enable the safe and efficient accomplishment of maintenance operations by the customers (airlines, MRO, lessors).The products developed are AMM (Aircraft Maintenance Manual), TSM (Troubleshooting Manual), IPC (Illustrated Part Catalog) etc.
Technical Data is organized in 3 authoring transnational Domains (System, Airframe, Cabin), and the position is opened in the Indian Authoring team, working for the 3 Domains.
This position offers a wide view on Aircraft design: In direct relation with the Design Office who is at the origin of the design and evolution of aircraft, we are in charge of documenting their impact in Technical Data products (manuals), and we support our customers who are operating and maintaining aircraft.
To deliver the complete documentation at aircraft entry into service and to maintain it all along of the aircraft life cycle is our main mission, and is part of the airworthiness requirements. The main challenge is to define precisely the consequences of the design changes on the already published documentation and to understand the immediate impact on Customers operations, with the objective to provide customized documentation in accordance with aircraft configuration.
Experience Level Needed: 3 to 10 years
The jobholder will be responsible of a portfolio of ATA chapters for all aircraft programs, and will be accountable for the following activities:
The jobholder also plays a key role in terms of continuous improvements for Technical Data processes & tools and for transnational standardization of ways of working. With credits of experience and upon management nomination, the jobholder could extend his/her responsibilities by taking transverses missions within SED such as Technical Data Customer Interface (TDCI) aiming at reinforcing the proximity with the customers.
For this position the following skills are requested