As Ireland's newest regional airline, we are committed to exceeding the expectations of our customers and airline partners. We're all hands on deck, all working towards a common goal of delivering on the unique needs of our customers. At Emerald Airlines we believe our company’s roots and culture set us apart from other airlines. We are a tight-knit organisation with an emphasis on collaboration, communication and cohesion. Like any family, our business has a beating heart, made-up of our hard-working and dedicated team.
We are delighted to confirm that we are seeking applications for the position of Continuing Airworthiness Engineer. Based at Head Office, Hangar 5, Dublin Airport and reporting to the Continuing Airworthiness Manager, this is a full time, permanent role. Key responsibilities will include:
- Manage aircraft Dent and Buckle and Repair files and provide expertise in aircraft structures related queries and documentation analysis.
- Accomplishment of Continuing Airworthiness Management tasks on our fleet of 14 ATR 72-600 aircraft
- Issue of workorders for maintenance to be carried out
- Review of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins
- Provide Technical Assist to Maintenance Control and Maintenance Engineers
- Ensure the application of aviation safety standards and safe operating practices
- Monitoring of airworthiness directives and other regulatory requirements
- Create Engineering Orders with instructions to ensure compliance with airworthiness directives and Service Bulletins
- Perform analysis of service bulletins and service letters in accordance with non-mandatory modification embodiment policy
- Control and update of Service Bulletins status
- Assist with repetitive/chronic defects analysis
- Participate in A/C acceptance and re-delivery process
- Liaise with aircraft, and component manufacturers when required.
A Continuing Airworthiness Engineer shall meet a minimum of at least one of the following basic requirements.
- Completed a Technical Aviation apprenticeship.
- Hold a NFQ level 7 (or equivalent) qualification in an Engineering discipline (aeronautical, mechanical, electrical, electronic, avionic).
- Hold a category A or B Part-66 aircraft maintenance licence.
- Have at least 5 years’ work experience in a CAMO/aircraft maintenance environment.
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a CAMO, technical services, maintenance provider or similar highly regulated environment essential.
- Have knowledge, experience and a keen interest in Continuing Airworthiness Management Experience
- Previous experience with AMOS is desirable.
- Proficient in MS Office suite and comfortable learning new systems.
- Be well organised with very good attention to detail.
- Be comfortable working to strict deadlines on multiple tasks and projects as part of a team.
- Take responsibility for tasks, with the ability to see projects through to fruition.
- Excellent written & verbal communication skills.