Evaluation, monitoring and interpretation of technical data including Airworthiness Directives, Service Bulletins, Component Service Bulletins, and other mandatory Regulatory and manufacturers requirements.
Liaising with internal and external stakeholders including OEMs to resolve Engineering issues and ensuring appropriate approved data is in place to allow release of aircraft.
Assisting in the evaluation of processes that improve system reliability in conjunction with the aircraft manufacturers, equipment manufacturers/suppliers (including components), this includes SB’s CSB’s, AD’s, SL’s and any other supplier documentation.
Continued Airworthiness and Technical Support tasks related to airframe systems, avionics, structures, interiors, engines and components as required to support engineering operational issues.
Responsible for initiation of appropriate actions relating to issuance of emergency ADs, SBs, fleetwide inspections and away from base AOGs.
Responsible for the Engineering Daily Technical Status reviewing maintenance operations, technical delays, deferred defects, operational restrictions in relation to the fleet.
Reviewing policies and procedures established by the CAMO to verify clarity and coordination with corporate policies and procedures, thus ensuring effective cross departmental procedures.
Ensuring where appropriate that root cause has been established and corrective and preventative actions are implemented to address audit findings.
Monitoring compliance with, and adequacy of, all aspects of the company organization Maintenance and Engineering operations to ensure safe operational practices and airworthiness of aircraft.
Assist with the interface to Aviation Authorities and Customers on Safety, Regulatory and Compliance matters.
Develop engineering design and substantiation documentations related to A/C modifications.
Guide certification activities to ensure compliance with design requirements and be a technical focal for certification and design issues relation to any modifications and any third party equipment integration.
QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE
At least 5 years of aviation working experience;
In depth knowledge of FAA/EASA/JAR requirements;
Familiarity with the Boeing 737/747/777 & Airbus A320/A330 Family;
Able to demonstrate a comprehensive working knowledge of EASA regulatory and applicable airworthiness requirements including CS-25, JAR-25 and FAR 25 requirements;
The candidate must have an in depth knowledge of the aircraft to ensure they are able to foresee any potential airworthy and practical problems during accomplishment.