1. The effective organization of aircraft maintenance works in the team according to established and approved schedule:
a. Managing the team mechanics and engineers work;
b. Daily team work guidance according to the plans provided by the leader;
c. Reporting to the leader on the completed works during the day;
d. Organization and direct participation in complex aircraft technical maintenance operations
2. Team staff work accounting:
a. Timely/daily/team work time sheets filling;
b. Team’s staffs vacation planning and coordinating;
3. Measuring, recording and controlling work environment conditions such as temperature, humidity, lighting (according to MOE).
4. Maintenance error, accident analysis and team worker familiarization to it.
5. Organizing theoretical, practical training and OJT for the team staff and other employees of the company.
6. Carrying out ME-TA or AV functions (According to MMM, MOE and other procedures).
7. Organizing and leading daily morning meetings with team staff.
8. Assurance of technical maintenance quality and flight safety.
9.The compliance of the subordinates with company approved document regulations and EASA, CAAC, MMM, MOE, CPM etc. documents. Ensuring staff familiarization and submission to the regulations.
10. The compliance with manufacturer provided technical documentation regulation during the aircraft maintenance.
11. Effective teams staff work distribution according to the qualification and experience, work load, work priorities.
12. Prevention of aircraft, aircraft components, tools and equipment damage according to AMM in extreme weather conditions.
13. Ensuring staff work and production discipline.
14. Team staff compliance with work safety, fire safety, and internal work order regulations.
15. Economic usage of consumable, fuel resources.
16. Compliance with aircraft maintenance regulations.
17. Ensuring proper technical means exploitation and maintenance organization during work day.
18. Ensuring all special equipment to be used according approved manuals and by the staff having sufficient qualification, knowledge, experience and authorization during the work day.
19. Function execution of the holding CAAC ME-TA or AV (according MMM, MOE other regulations).
20. Aircraft technical maintenance document registration (according MMM, MOE other regulations).
21. Issue of the engine run-up permit.
1) Education: College or above (inclusive);
2)At least 4 years of Airlines/Aircraft MRO line/base maintenance work experience as technician ME-TA or AV;
3) Familiar with aircraft construction, development rules, maintenance technology, and technical status control of parts;
4) Familiar with the maintenance and production activities of CCAR-145 maintenance activity;
5) Licsense request
a.Hold EASA-66 License and have the type of Airbus A319/A320/A321 CFM/V2500 or / and Boeing B737-600/700/800/900 signed on. Have been trained in Module9 and Module10 will be preference
b.Hold a valid CAAC 66 license and have the corresponding model Airbus A319/A320/A321 CFM/V2500 or / and Boeing B737-600/700/800/900 theoretical and practical CCAR-147 training certification;
6) Strong leadership;
7) Good analytical and computational skills;
8) Have effective organizational and management skills;
9) Goog English communication
10) Ability to coordinate maintenance schedules and maintenance schedules with relevant departments;
11) Excellent analytical, organizational and planning skills;