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Maintenance Repair Operations, Systems Engineer
Job description

1) Responsible for editing and reviewing work order cards within the scope of work under the jurisdiction;
2) Responsible for the preparation of internal technical documents such as technical notices and maintenance work implementation documents (AD/SB/SL, etc.);
3) It can complete the preparation of documents such as repair reports and other modifications required during the maintenance process within the scope of work in charge and is responsible for the approval of the documents.
4) According to the work order / maintenance contract requirements, can assist in the preparation and start of maintenance engineering tasks within the scope of work under the jurisdiction;
5) Responsible for contact with aircraft manufacturers or original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) within the scope of their work;
6) Responsible for the implementation of technical support and technical investigation within the professional scope;
7) Responsible for evaluating tools and equipment;
8) Create technical solutions/work order cards and related documents within the scope of the professional work under the jurisdiction.
9) Proper use of equipment and facilities (plants, vehicles, tools, work clothes, labor protection supplies), and the ability to properly store/register basic production materials and low-cost assets under the jurisdiction of the book;
10) Accident prevention;
11) Ability to negotiate with customers on technical and commercial issues related to aircraft maintenance within the scope of their work;
12) store all types of confidential information distributed to the company by itself in the manner provided by the company;
13) Ensure that all kinds of production materials assigned by the company to them can be used safely and properly;
14) Being able to guarantee the accuracy of the data provided to others;
15) It can ensure that the work meets the requirements of occupational safety and health / environmental protection / civil protection / fire safety and company regulations;
16) It is possible to implement the tasks assigned to the company and the superiors in a timely and correct manner.


1) Education: College or above (inclusive);
2)At least 3 years of Airlines/Aircraft MRO line/base maintenance work experience, such as more than 1 years of maintenance engineering work experience;
4) Familiar with aircraft construction, development rules, maintenance technology, and technical status control of parts;
5) Hold a valid CAAC 66 ME-TA or AV license and have the corresponding model Airbus A319/A320/A321 CFM/V2500 or / and Boeing B737-600/700/800/900 Class II certification;
6) Familiar with the maintenance and production activities of CCAR-145 maintenance activity;
7) Good analytical and computational skills;
8) Have effective organizational, analytical and planning skills;
9) English language (CET-4), fluent in oral communication;
10) Ability to coordinate maintenance schedules and maintenance schedules with relevant units;

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