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Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations, Planning & Project Engineer
Aircraft type:
Airbus A320 Family
Job description
  • Keep Flight Operations Control Centre informed about HIL status and Technical issues which may cause flight interruptions;
  • Coordinate with Flight Operations Control Centre unplanned aircraft change with regards to operations / maintenance limitations;
  • Keep all applicable persons and departments updated on AOG status;
  • Control of contracted AMO’s occurrence reporting system and reports;
  • As necessary request additional maintenance assistance outside office hours;
  • Initiate if applicable and coordinate the issue of exemptions;
  • Coordinate with Flight Operations and VP Technical regarding ferry flights and test flights;
  • Control of ordered work (scheduled, non-scheduled) is performed in specific time limits IAW AMP, MEL, CDL, etc.;
  • Control HIL status, defect rectification arrangements;
  • Coordinate with Logistics regarding spares, consumables and equipment ordering;
  • Coordinate aircraft maintenance activities relating to technical irregularities in order to minimize traffic interruptions;
  • Coordinate MEL messages issued to Flight Crew at outstations;
  • Ensure outstations have available maintenance support for fleet;
  • Coordinate defect rectification at outstations;
  • Collect information regarding technical irregularities on SmartLynx aircraft;
  • Coordinate aircraft maintenance performed by third party maintenance organizations;
  • Report aircraft maintenance and condition status to relevant manager every morning;
  • Perform Production Planning function in accordance with procedures;
  • Make a technical delay and AOG report and to correct delay codes;
  • Coordinate transition to back up paper technical log system in case of ETL failure, ETL system recovery and ETL go live after ETL serviceability had been restored
  • Hold maintenance technician licence or aeronautical degree or through assessment of competence prove sufficient knowledge to interpret maintenance requirements into maintenance tasks;
  • Good knowledge of EASA rules and regulations, Part-M and Part-145;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills;
  • Clean criminal records;
  • Computer literate;
  • Experience in an Operational Engineering or Maintenance team;
  • Good knowledge of English language (spoken and written);
  • Communication, integrity, time and task management skills