Do you have ample experience as a Continuing Airworthiness Manager and are you looking for your next opportunity? Then this might be the position you are looking for!
Our client, NextGen Aviation, is growing their base in Malta and are looking for talented, experienced and self-motivated people who want to grow in a fast-paced environment.
In this position you will manage the CAMO department and work closely with other departments to ensure the correct functioning of the entire CAMO system.
The responsibilities of the CAMO manager consist of:
- Representing the continuing airworthiness management structure of the organization and be responsible for all continuing airworthiness functions;
- Ensuring the functioning of the Quality System with the Maintenance Department;
- Monitoring and ensuring that the entire maintenance system conforms to and is being conducted in accordance with Part 145 and approved procedures, and implement updated MEL requirements inside the CAMO;
- Produce and send work orders to Part-145 maintenance organizations for scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance actions;
- Produce, update, guide the approval process and implementation of AMP ’s;
- Defining the whole system of maintaining or regaining the airworthiness of company aeroplanes, which includes rectification to an approved standard of any defect or damage affecting safety; implementation of any operational or airworthiness directive and any other airworthiness requirement made mandatory by the Authority, and making modifications in accordance with approved standards; and monitoring of any maintenance organizations (PART-145) for the maintenance of proper standards.
As a CAMO manager you have:
- Comprehensive knowledge of the relevant parts of operational requirements and procedures and the operations specifications when applicable;
- The need for, and content of, the relevant parts of the operations manual when applicable;
- Knowledge of quality systems;
- Thorough knowledge with the organization's continuing airworthiness management exposition;
- Knowledge of a relevant sample of the type(s) of aircraft gained through a formalized training course. These courses should be at least at a level equivalent to Part-66 Appendix III Level 1 General Familiarization and could be imparted by a Part-147 organization, by the manufacturer, or by any other organization accepted by the competent authority;
- Knowledge of maintenance systems;
- Knowledge of applicable regulations;
- A good command of Word and Excel;
- A fluency in written and spoken English;
- A residency in Malta and be willing to travel.
Education and experience required
The ideal candidate should have:
- A relevant engineering degree or an aircraft maintenance technician qualification with additional education acceptable to the competent authority such as an engineering degree from aeronautical, mechanical, electrical, electronic, avionic or other studies relevant to the maintenance and continuing airworthiness of aircraft / aircraft components;
- Practical experience and expertise in the application of aviation safety standards and safe operations practices;
- Five years relevant work experience of which the last two years should be from the aeronautical industry in an appropriate position.
The salary on offer is competitive, and is depending on experience. Leave consists of four weeks and five days per year. Working hours will be typically from 08:00 to 17:00 but need to be flexible depending on the workload and the needs of the company.
If you are eager to join a next generation aviation specialist company and a team that strives for the top, then you are in the right place!
IRIS THAUMAS LTD is a licenced Employment Agency (#181) by the Department of Industrial and Employment Relations, Malta.