B1.3 and B2 | AW139/169 and AW 109 Opportunities (REF:13802)

  • LOCATION: Germany
  • DATE ADDED: 2nd April 2020
  • REFERENCE: 13802
  • DURATION: none

VACANCY DESCRIPTION

      OPORTUNITIES

  • EASA66 Cat. B1.3 or B2 (and C) AW109, AW139 and AW169 for our main station in Emden
  • EASA66 Cat. B1.3 and C AW109 for our base station in Oberpfaffenhofen
  • Station Manager for Oberpfaffenhofen (Cat. C AW109)

OPERATIONAL TASKS

  • Ensuring the highest standard of safety and airworthiness
  • Service and maintenance of the aircraft on a daily basis according to the Approved Maintenance Data as well as unscheduled maintenance that may occur
  • Correction of all known discrepancies affecting airworthiness and implementation of corrective action entered in work orders/cards in accordance with relevant company procedures
  • Documentation of all discrepancies, maintenance performed, and all Post Maintenance Check requirements in the appropriate document
  • Ensuring that aircraft technical log and work order/card entries are correct, clear and complete
  • Prior to performing a maintenance task or tasks, ensuring that all parts installed are airworthy and meet the requirements of the Type Certificate
  • Ensuring that all special tools required to perform these tasks have a valid calibration sticker (torque wrench serial numbers are to be referenced on the relevant corrective action document)
  • Fostering a safe and clean work environment, ensuring the utilization of the HS&E Manual and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), (gloves, safety glasses, etc.) when appropriate
  • Entry of all measurements taken during an inspection  on the relevant inspection work card
  • Ensuring continuous adherence to company policy and procedures

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

  • EASA66 Cat. A, B1.3 or B2 (and C) Licensed engineer
  • Type rating on at least two of the following types: AW109, AW139, AW169, BK117 C1
  • At least 3 years of experience in aeronautical maintenance activity
  • Knowledge of
    • applicable safety procedures
    • aeronautical rules and regulations
    • maintenance materials, manuals, service bulletins, airworthiness directives and advisory circulates
    • human factors, human performance capacity and limitation
    • the operational approvals, privileges and restrictions
  • Skilled to effectively operate specialized tools and equipment specific to aircraft and aircraft engine maintenance
  • Very good English skills
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
  • Team player, who is willing to take responsibility

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