project engineer in norwich

posted
09 May 2019
contact
melanie maycock, qualitair
job type
permanent
salary
Competitive
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posted
location
norwich, east of england
specialism
engineering
sub specialism
aerospace
job type
permanent
working hours
Full-Time
salary
Competitive
reference number
P190423-01
contact
melanie maycock, qualitair
phone
01223 295 111
apply now

job description

MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:

Thoroughly pre-engineer, plan and schedule aircraft check requirements to allow the Base Maintenance team to work efficiently and deliver aircraft projects on time and to budget expectations.

Pre-Engineering/Pre Input Responsibilities:

Ensure the contents of the scheduled workpack are technically accurate, thoroughly researched and all staging, tooling, spares, repair schemes or technical information identified is supplied/ordered prior to arrival of aircraft.
Detailed project plan created for maintenance inputs which identify key sequences, milestones and critical path tasks.
Chair pre-input meetings, produce minutes and ensure actions are achieved in a timely manner.
Produce effective and accurate Highlight Report and MPIDs for planned inputs.
Compile zonal highlight sheets.

On Check Responsibilities:

Continually review systems and procedures to improve aircraft downtimes, making recommendations to department managers.
Ensure Inspection phase plan is adhered to and risks mitigated in conjunction with the Project Manager by moving/uplifting resource to meet targets and minimise time pressures.
Ensure Project Plans are updated to accurately reflect on-check progress.
Manage time to ensure that sufficient time is spent on both current and future project.
Collate information to facilitate wash-up meeting post project completion.
General

Carry out any other reasonable task which may be directed, from time to time.
Accurate filing system maintained (electronically and hard copy) to aid easy retrieval.
Maintain central wash up data base by type and operator
Deputise for Project Manager as requested by department managers.

KNOWLEDGE, EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

EASA Part 66 Licensed and at least 1 aircraft type approval (maintained by the client) or equivalent qualification.
Good understanding of EASA Part 145 regulations (in particular 145.A.47).
Minimum 5 years' experience in a base maintenance.
Experience in Base Maintenance planning an advantage.
Commercial acumen.

SKILLS, BEHAVIOURS & COMPETENCIES:

Analytical mind with the ability to solve problems and make informed decisions.
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.
Stimulates 'out of the box' thinking to resolve constraints, provide solutions and minimise work stoppages, empowers others to suggest and implement alternate methods of work.
Ability to communicate effectively and concisely with a wide range of internal colleagues.
Able to quickly assimilate lots of information and make timely and effective decisions.

skills

Project engieering

qualification

qualification

educational requirements

qualified by experience