Technical Engineer Aircraft Structures
During the operation of an aircraft, it is important to ensure that the physical integrity of this one is intact during maintenance operations. As an Aeronautical Structures Technical Engineer, you ensure that freight planes remain operational.
What are your responsibilities?
The Technical Engineer Structures supports the Engineering Manager in the assigned domain with Structures expertise to:
- Control all Continuing Airworthiness engineering activities to assure the Continuing Airworthiness of the aircraft in the fleet
- Perform Technical reviews of the aircraft as to contribute to achieve sustainable and reliable levels of the on–time, safe and cost-effective performances for the Operator and Customers.
– Identify, review, produce and follow-up of technical documentation related to Airworthiness Directives and Non-mandatory Modifications (SB, SL, STC, or Service docs) to ensure adequate planning and on-time accomplishment.
– Perform engineering analysis and define root-cause corrective actions for assigned occurrence reports.
– Repair and Dent and Buckle findings follow-up, liaise with OEM’s/Part21 holders repair solutions and the certification there-of, File management and Engineering representative during checks
– Contribute to fleet and reliability related maintenance activities
– Provide technical support to other departments in resolving repeated defects and other technical issues
– Liaise with Airlines/MRO/OEMs to enhance effectiveness and for innovation
– Professional communication and develop relationships with other departments, subcontractors/Suppliers, OEM/MROs/other Airlines for an effective and efficient co-operation aiming to improve overall company performances.
– To report timely, accurate and concise maintenance / modification planning highlights to all stakeholders internally and externally to make sure they all have the relevant information to achieve their objectives.
– To liaise with Flight Operations, Chief pilots, Fleet Managers, Maintenance Control and contracted MRO’s to ensure a smooth aircraft positioning/input prior to scheduled line/base maintenance.
Who are you ?
– Bachelor in engineering/aviation, or equivalent level by experience e.g. as ground engineer in base maintenance.
– Experience in Continuing Airworthiness, Part-M/145/21 requirements and with the specific aircraft type(s) B737, B747 and B757 is an asset.
– Computer literate, MS Office with good administration skills.
– Good command of the English language (written and spoken).
– Ability to think, read/absorb and interest in the aviation industry technology/developments/innovations
– Able to demonstrate accuracy, analytical skills, and eagerness to improve
– Open minded, team player, developed communication skills with all levels in the Airline and with /Suppliers/MRO’s.
– Ability to function successfully in a pressure environment.
– Work in an organized way to be able to meet set deadlines.
What can you expect?
You will have an important role in a fast-growing company. You will receive a competitive package regarding your responsibilities.
Interested? Don't hesitate to apply. We are just waiting for your application to discuss your professional future.