EASTERN AIRWAYS is an award winning independent regional airline.  We have a track record of consistent growth and an outstanding reputation for delivering a first class service to all of our valued customers.

 

We now have the following exciting opportunity based at Humberside Airport:

 

Technical Services Engineer – Power Plants

 

Due to continued fleet expansion Eastern Airways now have a vacancy for a Technical Services Engineer – Power Plants within our Continuing Airworthiness Management Department. Reporting directly to the Part CAMO Manager this is an excellent opportunity to develop and further a career with Eastern Airways.

 

Job Description:

 

  • Responsible for the management of all engines, APU’s and propellers across Eastern Airways operated aircraft, to include planning the timely removal of engines and/or their components for scheduled maintenance as well as reliability and trend monitoring specific to engines and their components.
  • Ensuring efficient and cost effective maintenance of engines and their components, with reference to contractual requirements, whilst complying with the Approved Maintenance Program, airworthiness and regulatory requirements.
  • Review and evaluation of propulsion related Service Bulletins and Airworthiness Directives, to include cost benefit analysis and modification planning where required.
  • Provision of technical assistance to Base and Line maintenance.
  • Assist with the investigation and closure of Incidents and MORs.
  • Provide support where required to the other fleet engineers
  • Working alongside the Continuing Airworthiness Department team to drive product and process improvement strategies
  • Liaising with manufacturers, TCH, design authorities and other stakeholders

 

Person Specification:

 

  • Ideally experienced in an aviation technical environment in particular working with company operated aircraft types however other type experience will be considered.
  • Exposure and/or experience with aircraft propulsion systems and their management is advantageous.
  • Knowledge and experience of the relevant subject matter associated with the role including CAA, EASA Part M, Part 145, Part CAMO and Part CAO regulations
  • Troubleshooting skills with an analytical and pragmatic approach to resolving technical issues
  • Innovative, flexible, energetic and adaptable
  • Self-motivated with a positive attitude
  • Strong integrity and professionalism with a commitment to the highest standards of safety.

Qualifications/Experience Required:

  • Relevant Aviation/Engineering Degree or 5 years aviation industry technical experience
  • Part 66 Engineering License with or without type would be advantageous

All applicants should either have or be eligible for the right to live and work in the UK.

Please send your CV and covering letter to:

 

HR.recruitment@easternairways.com