CAMO Engineer

companyVirtual Human Resources Ltd
PublishedPublished: Published 3 weeks ago
Engineering general

Do you have 3 years' experience in a CAMO environment, dealing with commercial and private aircraft clients?

An Aviation engineering support company is looking for a CAMO Engineer to join their team based near London.

As a Part 66 Licensed professional you will ensure the continuing airworthiness of aircraft under your responsibility and the serviceability of all operational and emergency equipment and work as part of team to coordinate aircraft maintenance and record keeping.

Within the role you will:

  • compliance with the Continuing Airworthiness Policy and the approved Maintenance Program as required by Part M.A.302
  • analyse the effectiveness of the Maintenance Program
  • ensure that aircraft technical records are kept as required by Part M.A.305.
  • ensure the adequacy and efficiency of maintenance planning and technical follow up.
  • carry out AD and SB assessments.
  • ensure embodiment of Airworthiness Directives (AD) or any other airworthiness requirements made mandatory by EASA/FAA/NAA.
  • ensure all defect rectification is completed and certified.
  • maintain the relationship with the approved Part 145 maintenance contractor(s).
  • ensure the reporting of technical incidences and major discrepancies to CAA/NAA and the aircraft manufacturers
  • review and implement any additional CAA/NAA national requirements.
  • ensure that the Certificate of Airworthiness for each aircraft under your responsibility remains valid
  • assist with airworthiness reviews or perform the airworthiness review to issue an ARC
  • act as Airworthiness Review Staff (ARS) and carry out airworthiness reviews

Ideally EASA Part 66 Licensed, you will have prior experience working in a CAMO environment dealing with commercial and private aircraft clients. Essential to this role is your detailed knowledge of EASA Part-M/145 regulations including Human Factors. As well implementing this knowledge across a broad range of aircraft - including Airbus, Boeing, Gulfstream and Bombardier