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:
- Coordination of the Airline’s Reliability Programme.
- Publication and management of monthly reliability report.
- Review of sources of reliability data including technical logs, repair shop reports and OEM data.
- Analysis of reliability data to identify trends and issues in the aircraft fleet.
- Manage and implement follow up of reliability exceedances.
- Liaise with stakeholders and third parties on reliability matters.
- Co-ordinate the Airline’s Technical Delay programme and attendance of Airline’s daily operational review meeting.
- Approved Maintenance Programme development and management, including source document review, preparation, testing, submission, activation, and liaison with TC holders, OEMs and the Authority.
- Coordination of review of Effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme
- Attendance of Type Certificate Holders MRB meetings.
- Evaluation and implementation of Airworthiness Directives, OEM documentation, service bulletins and modifications.
- Support aircraft delivery and redelivery programmes.
- Provide technical support to line and heavy maintenance and other internal departments where required.
- Hold a Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical/ Mechanical Engineering or similar discipline or hold an EASA Part 66 Type Licence.
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a technical services/CAMO, maintenance provider or similar highly regulated environment essential.
- Sound understanding of Maintenance Programs, Reliability Programs, and MSG-3 principles.
- Have knowledge, experience and a keen interest in current reliability analysis techniques.
- Experience interfacing with maintenance planning.
- 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.