Job Description

Key Aspects of the Activity

  • Acting as certifying staff in AMAC 145 maintenance organisation
  • Understand EASA Part 145 maintenance and production organisation in accordance with the EASA regulations
  • Perform aircraft instrument, -electric, -radio and –avionics related repair-, installation- and maintenance activities
  • Trouble shooting, testing, implementation/integration and function control
  • Operating and maintenance of avionics and electrical systems
  • Liaise with respective internal 145 MRO and PO part 21 shops for all maintenance issue
  • Ability to read and understand technical instructions and technical processes

 
Required Skills and Qualifications

  • 3-5 years practical experience of base maintenance
  • Holder of a EASA Part-66 license Cat B2
  • Type rated on one / various aircraft types such as:
    BD-700 series, BD-100 series, CL-600 series, B737, B747, B757, B767, B787 or
    other common aircraft type ratings

    with minimum 3 years’ experience as Certifying Staff on aircraft type
  • Ability / flexibility to work and to adapt in different environments
  • Advanced trouble shooting experience
  • Good communication skills
  • Highly motivated and willingness to take initiative
  • Awareness of highest standard in terms of quality, reliability and safety
  • Experience in Corporate Aviation is an advantage
  • Fluent in English

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