This is a Technical Service Engineers role and a fantastic opportunity to join our Engineering operation at Virgin Atlantic (VAA), with the provision of avionic technical expertise in support of the VAA Aircraft Fleet. You will be responsible for specification and implementation of fleet maintenance and modification policies, investigation of avionic defects and formulation of corrective actions to maintain maximum safety, system integrity and reliability at optimum cost.
You will be supporting both Line and Hangar Maintenance with solutions to tasks that are beyond the scope of those laid out in the readily available manuals. You will be responsible for the review of manufacturers, internal company, and regulatory requirements, making technical recommendations and implementing actions to ensure aircraft are compliant with regulations and perform to their optimum.
Provision of technical support and rectification action in response to operational problems, incidents and AOG situations, ensuring safety and airworthiness whilst minimising operational disruption and costs
Compiling and/or approving design and maintenance documentation under the organisations EASA Part 21, Subpart J and Part 145 approvals
Review of technical documents issued by aircraft manufacturers, equipment vendors and regulatory bodies, assessing implications and implementing the appropriate action to ensure continued compliance with regulatory requirements
Specifying and implementing fleet maintenance and modification policies to meet future operational requirements
Liaising with Engineering and Flight Safety departments to ensure Air Safety Reports and Mandatory Occurrence Reports are investigated and acted upon in a timely manner in accordance with the company’s Safety Management System
Monitoring and investigating defects and formulating corrective actions to maintain safety, system integrity and reliability at optimum cost
Providing main point of contact for liaison between the airline, manufacturers, equipment vendors and regulatory bodies
Act as a avionic technical focal for the integration of new aircraft into the Virgin Atlantic fleet
Delivering project management of modification programmes sub-contracted or out-sourced to 3rd party organisations
Representing the company on a technical basis, at industry working groups, meetings and conferences
You will be an engineer who holds an aviation related engineering degree/HND or have completed a recognised apprenticeship in Aircraft Engineering with knowledge and qualifications to the level of an EASA B2 Licence (or equivalent). Similar previous experience working in an airline or original equipment manufacturer is desirable.
You must be thorough, detailed and analytical in approach to work with an ability to provide innovative solutions to problems. You will have strong demonstrable negotiation and interpersonal skills with excellent verbal and written communications skills. You’ll have the ability to work well on your own initiative or as part of a team, as required. You’ll need to be flexible, with the ability to adapt and respond to changing demands whilst working under pressure. If the above sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!
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