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Last updated: 2019-02-04
Valid to: 2019-03-03
Job Role:
Office, Other
Location:
Latvia
Type:
Permanent
Aircraft type:
Airbus A320 Family
Job description
  • Assist in the Engine fleet management;
  • Prepare SV work scopes and gain approval for necessary repairs (Power Plants and APU);
  • Full participation in Shop visits (SV) planning/table inspections; Technical and Commercial aspects;
  • Supervise and Control Trend Monitoring Results (Power Plant);
  • Assist to Maintenance in Troubleshooting;
  • Engine lease redeliveries;
  • Engine shop contract negotiations;
  • Engine work scope definition;
  • Engine removal and forecast planning;
  • Engine performance oversight;
  • Evaluate engine invoices and maintenance reserve claims;
  • Engine life cycle analysis;
  • Develop, Manage and Control non-mandatory Service Bulletins implementation (Power Plants and APU);
  • Create Engineering Orders, (Power Plants and APU);
  • Supervise and Manage all defects and repairs (Power Plants and APU);
  • Update information in OASES database in accordance with field of responsibility;
  • Provides updates of weight and balance changes;
  • Control of Engine and Life Limited parts;
  • Condition monitoring of APU;
  • Any other duties as required by the Engineering Manager.
Requirements
  • Show competence to prove sufficient knowledge to interpret maintenance requirements into maintenance tasks;
  • At least 2 years of experience with an air carrier, commercial operator is desirable;
  • Hands on experience on Cfm56 and/or IAE V2500 engines is a distinct advantage;
  • Good knowledge of EASA rules and regulations, Part-145 and Part-M;
  • Good knowledge of the English language;
  • Good knowledge and experience in operating computer software programs and handling computer data and information;
  • Training as needed will be provided for the suitable candidate.
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