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Last updated: 2022-09-23
Valid to: 2022-09-30
Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations
Location:
Germany
Type:
Permanent
Job description

We are looking for motivated, reliable and experienced Certifying Staff Cat. B1.3 EC145 C2/D2 for our client's main station in Oberpfaffenhofen (Munich)

Your 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

Your Profile

  • Part 66 Cat. A, B1.3 (and C) Licensed engineer
  • Type rating, preferably on one of the following type: EC145 C2/D2
  • 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

They are offering:

  • An independent work environment in a growing mid-sized company
  • Flat hierarchy
  • Type Rating for the specific aircraft you will be working on
  • Capital-forming benefits, company pension schemes
  • Attractive company accommodation
  • Different working patterns 22 days on 21 days off / 14 days on 7 days off (15% salary increase)

If you are interested in having a confidential discussion to find out more, please contact : raiza.costa@cae.com

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Requirements
Your Profile

Part 66 Cat. A, B1.3 (and C) Licensed engineer
Type rating, preferably on one of the following type: EC145 C2/D2
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