Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

Full Time

Jet Aviation

Since 1967, Jet Aviation has been crafting flight in its smoothest form. From one hangar in Basel, Switzerland, to some 50 locations worldwide. Maintenance to management, completion to charter; countless hours of expertise creating an experience so easy, it seems effortless.

Job Role:
Overall job purpose is to carry out maintenance tasks on an aircraft in accordance with Jet Aviation procedures, authority regulations and customer requirements.

Minimum Requirements:
General Aviation Installation and Design experience
Demonstrated understanding of Aviation regulatory requirements for Aircraft systems maintenance
People Management skills in an operational environment
Experience in a customer focused work environment with multiple priorities and project deadlines
Computer literate at basic level in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems
Company and Customer focused
Result driven
Proactive and self-motivated
Team Player
Main Responsibilities
Quality, Safety and Environment
Mandatory to hold an unrestricted B2 GCAA license with B412 endorsement. (candidates will be favored if they additionally hold a CASA B2 license)
Strong knowledge of CAR 145
Recent B412 5-year inspection experience.
Experience working in an aircraft maintenance facility performing system maintenance and modifications
Able to run several projects at once
Ensure maintenance performed on aircraft systems is conducted in compliance with company policies and procedures
Certification of work and release of aircraft systems complies with relevant License Categories
Actively participate and comply with JAAS WH&S and Environment programs and Aviation Safety Management System
People Leadership
Daily management and control of assigned aircraft maintenance
Responsible for the adequate allocation of resources available for timely completion of assigned aircraft systems modification, maintenance, repair or installation
Operational management of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (Fitters) providing clear directions for allocated maintenance
Commercial Management

Ensure parts are ordered at correct timeframe to meet project or job deadlines whilst maintaining appropriate cost structure
Review job packs for assigned projects or jobs and ensure they are complete and reflect customer requirements
Review daily reporting on estimated versus actual hours and take action as directed to correct or prevent over runs
Provide input to customer projects including quoting for labour and materials
Using the company ERP to ensure time and attendance is correlated with projects
Sales and Customer Management

Provide regular feedback to the General Manager Operations ME on the progress of planned system modification, maintenance, service or installation
Provide input into response to customer queries and complaints
Regulatory and Compliance

Ensure maintenance performed on assigned aircraft system is conducted in compliance with the relevant Civil Aviation regulations, Military or OEM requirements
Accountable for updating knowledge on regulatory requirements
Further tasks

Actively support and participate in the JAAS Core Values and Safety, Security and Environment policies and procedures as detailed in the JAAS Governance and Polices Manual.
Provide directions to AMEs and Technicians to assist them to meet budgets and customer delivery schedules.
Implement remedial action to correct project or job overruns
Provide input into parts ordering for assigned projects to ensure parts are available to meet scheduled delivery times.
Regular audit of project documentation to ensure accuracy and integrity of data.
Provide input into customer queries and/or complaints.
Ensure smooth workflow on assigned jobs with minimal disruptions by effective use of allocated manpower and resources
Aircraft work packs and logbook entries are completed in compliance with regulatory and customer requirements
Ensure assigned modification, maintenance, repair or installation performed is carried out in compliance with company policies and procedures and relevant Civil Aviation Regulations
ASRs (Over & Above defects) are raised at time of identification of additional work and are accurate
Track progress of work to ensure budgetary control is maintained.