Maintenance Repair Operations

Fleet Modifications Engineer

Last updated: 1 week ago
Expires: 4 weeks from now
Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations
Type:
Contract
Aircraft type:
None
Location:
Latvia

Job description

YOUR NEW EXCITING CHAPTER IN THE WORLD OF AVIATION BEGINS NOW WITH SMARTLYNX AIRLINES!

We are a strong and rapidly growing industry-leading EU airline looking to expand and welcome new colleagues from all over the world.

Kickstart your career in aviation with ease: most of our positions don't require previous aviation experience. The mentoring and training are on us, and the enthusiasm and passion for aviation are on you!

Relocate to one of our headquarters in Riga, Tallinn, Malta, or Vilnius or, in some available positions, work from anywhere in the world and visit your team when needed.

Join our growing company of more than 265 office employees and 1420 crew members and become a part of a dynamic, diverse & reputable team providing splendid ACMI, charter, and cargo services for top-tier clients worldwide.

Explore our open positions, and don't hesitate to apply - we are excited to have you on the team. Let's reach for the stars together!

WHAT WILL YOU DO

  • You will review aircraft records to ascertain what cabin modifications are required for aircraft entering the SmartLynx fleet;
  • Select and manage a Part 21 organization, by way of the RFP process for any cabin modifications;
  • Create an aircraft modifications budget for any modifications required on any aircraft entering the SmartLynx Fleet;
  • Liaise with the Base Maintenance Manager for costs associated with modifications and Part 145 to be used for such modifications;
  • Ensure the Fleet Materials Controller is briefed and aware of the material requirements to be able to order in a timely manner;
  • Liaise with Technical Services for any structural or systems modifications that are required for any aircraft entering the SmartLynx fleet to be ordered on time and cost captured in the EIS budget;
  • Review aircraft fleet for cabin alignment program and construct a financial budget for this requirement;
  • Ensure Lessors are notified of any cabin modifications and approval sought where required.

 

LET'S TALK ABOUT YOU

  • You must have at least 3-5 years of experience in an aircraft technical role;
  • Graduate of Degree in Engineering or Part 66 (or equivalent) License;
  • At least 2 years of CAMO experience;
  • Demonstratable knowledge of EASA Part 21 requirements;
  • You have the ability to multi-task and solve problems in a cost/time-efficient way;
  • Ability to work well under pressure and within scheduled timelines;
  • Ability to work well with others as part of a team;
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to coordinate assigned projects;
  • Good knowledge of the English language;
  • Good knowledge and experience in operating computer software programs, and handling computer data and information.

 

THIS IS WHY YOU WILL LOVE TO WORK WITH US

  • Opportunity to work with aviation experts;
  • Advantages of working in a developing, international aviation company with a friendly, modern, and comfortable work atmosphere;
  • Fully paid lunch in the office during lunch hours;
  • Fresh fruit every day;
  • Advanced health insurance;
  • Aviation industry-related benefits;
  • Corporate & Social events;
  • Professional and personal development opportunities while working in a fast-developing multicultural environment.

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