B2 Licensed Aircraft Engineer
- The maintenance and repair of aircraft and equipment as directed. The control of resources as allocated. The supervision of engineers as necessary to enable the above purpose to be met.
- Awareness of and compliance all Regulatory and Health & Safety procedures.
- Supervise and certify any work within the terms of their company authorisation within technical logs or on company worksheets / work cards.
- Carry out scheduled / unscheduled maintenance inspections, defect rectification, modifications, service bulletins on company aircraft as directed
- Ensure compliance with published maintenance documentation and company procedures including all SHE related aspects.
- Complete work cards in a timely manner and accurately record any additional defects found
- Notify the SLAE of any critical defects immediately and then work with the supervisor to develop solutions.
- To be particularly responsible for the maintenance of aircraft and / or the component allocated by the supervisor. This includes at detached locations in support of further operations.
- Liaise with those departments necessary to complete the tasks allocated
- Work within the budgets defined and highlight any potential financial risks when recognised
- Be responsible and accountable for the ground movement of aircraft as assigned by the SLAE
- Deputise for the SLAE in their absence
- Supervise and perform adequate safety checks prior to and during aircraft maintenance, particularly while performing functional tests.
- To assist the supervisory & management team with the development of best working practices within the business and support the personal development of the team.
- Assisting the SLAE’s with the monitoring of staff performance including, attendance, timekeeping and sickness.
- Ensure areas under supervision are kept clean and tidy at all times.
- Ensure and monitor that all tooling used is controlled and calibrated as required in accordance with company procedures.
- Promote a “Just Culture” with regard to safety and reporting of occurrences within the business
- Perform other tasks that are considered to be within the LAE sphere of influence, ability and control as determined by the relevant supervisor
- Falcon 20 type rating preferred
- Previous experience in a line maintenance operation acting as a certifier. Preferably with experience of base maintenance.
- Experience on pressurised twin engine turbine / turbo-prop aircraft above 5700KG
- Proven and recent supervisory experience leading teams and a proven record of delivery.
- Good leadership and motivational qualities.
- Commercial background – familiar with working to tight deadlines and budgetary requirements.
- EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Category B2
- Approved apprenticeship or equivalent.
- Computer literate. (Aero-Trac Experience Preferred)
- Falcon 20 (CF700) Type Rating
- Falcon 20-5 (Honeywell TFE731) Type Rating (preferred)
- EASA Part 66 Licence category C (preferred)
- No licence restrictions
- Working knowledge of applicable regulatory requirements i.e., Part 145, Part 21, Part CAMO, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, and ISO 27001.
- Self-starter who looks for lateral solutions.
- Needs to understand and deliver customer service, whilst representing the company interests.
- Needs to be able to enjoy working within a small team.
- An ability to work safely while meeting expected delivery schedules
- An ambition to cross trade and extend licence to cover category i.e. B2 certification privileges in the future.
- A willingness to work flexible hours, to assist in aircraft recoveries and deploy on short notice detachments when required.
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