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Senior Airworthiness Engineer

Location: South
Package: Excellent opportunity

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The Airworthiness Engineer is responsible to provide Part “M” Airworthiness Support Function within the Technical Services Department.

•Airworthiness Engineers with at least 2 years experience in an Airworthiness role, specific to EASA Part M activities. Also candidates with previous experience as an Aircraft Engineer (EASA Part 66 Licenced preferred) or 5 years of experience within a Continued Airworthiness Management environment will be considered.

Airworthiness Engineer Responsibilities
•Periodical review of Aircraft Maintenance Programmes against fleet Maintained Aircraft
•Implement/validate changes to the Maintenance Programmes in the MIS arising from revisions to the AMP ensure compliance against aircraft configuration.
•Monitor and implement actions arising from applicability requirements ascertained as part of incoming airworthiness data review
•Assist with the review of all forms of technical information from the Regulatory Authorities, and OEMs in a timely and consistent manner, this will include, but is not limited to the following
•Airworthiness Directives
•Service Bulletins
•Undertake reviews of incoming aircraft transferring aircraft onto Maintenance programmes or operator derived programmes defining bridging requirements to ensure compliance against the Approved maintenance Programme..
•Produce customer presentations based on analysis of the effectiveness of Approved maintenance Programmes based on the preceding 12 months of fleet operations.
•Generate AD/SB compliance reports periodically or as required to support Aircraft Audits and Airworthiness Reviews.
•Provide a proactive approach to repetitive defect analysis and reporting.


Full Job Description and Salary information on application

Requirements
Previous experience in an Airworthiness Organisation / role or as B1.3 certify-ing staff

DESIRABLE
•Previous experience as an Aircraft Engineer (EASA Part 66 Licenced preferred) or 5 years of experience within a Continued Airworthiness Management environment.
•Experience of Military Aviation.

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