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Technical Services & Reliability Officer

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Job Information

Job Listing Date
21 Aug 2019
Location
Darwin
Salary
$70,000 - $74,999
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics, Quality Assurance & Control


 
Technical Services & Reliability Officer

This position will be responsible for liaising with OEMs and Part 21 organisations on behalf of the Operator for specialist support. The TSRO will be responsible to the Continuing Airworthiness Manager (CAM) for Reliability and ECTM data extraction and assist the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) and Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) subject matter experts (SME’s) in data interpretation.

 

Essentials for this position include (but are not limited to) the following:

• Sound knowledge of Reliability Systems and Statistical analysis 

• Formal qualifications (e.g. Appropriate Tertiary or similar), trade licences and/or experience as LAME

• Working knowledge of aircraft maintenance programs.

• Ability to research and prepare reports for technical and non-technical audiences.

• Knowledge of relevant statutory and regulatory requirements

• Ability to understand technical documentation.

• Intermediate computer literacy with Microsoft Office software suite

• Working knowledge of relational databases.

• Ability to work unsupervised and within a team environment

• Ability to meet high demand work priorities

• Be able to hold and maintain an ASIC

• Ability to learn new software packages promptl

 

Principal responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following:

The Technical Services Reliability Officer has the following responsibilities:

• Liaison with OEM’s, Part 21 organisations, and others for the provision of specialist Engineering services, ETD’s and EO’s etc.

• Providing timely reports to the AMO concerning issues affected by specialist organisation input 

• Preparation and distribution of Monthly Reliability and ECTM reports to all stake holders and identification and analysis of trends and development of solutions 

• Preparation of Quarterly Reliability reports for CASA 

• Carry out defect investigations and reporting via SDR system to CASA, including follow-ups and recommendations

• Liaison with CASA for incident reporting

• Assist with SB assessment through research and the MRP process • Assist AR employees in attaining and analysing information required for ARC issue. 

• Provide practical back-up to other CAMO staff as required.

• Spot quality checks of data and paperwork provided by AMO. • Reporting to the CAM on those matters relating to the CAMO responsibilities.

• In consultation with the MRP, ensure the assessment of Mandatory ICA such as Service Bulletins and AD's; and Non-mandatory ICA.

• Apply, monitor and oversight all activities associated with the reliability programs. 

 • Participating in evaluating aircraft, engine ECTM and System performances to recommend a technical solution to prevent serious problems from occurring.

• Providing maintenance technical support, as and when required, via web-based research, liaison with the CASR 21 representative(s), manufacturers, vendors, suppliers and the Regulatory Authority.

• Any other duties within the incumbent’s abilities, training and experience as directed by the CAM. 

 

 

This position will be responsible for liaising with OEMs and Part 21 organisations on behalf of the Operator for specialist support. The TSRO will be responsible to the Continuing Airworthiness Manager (CAM) for Reliability and ECTM data extraction and assist the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) and Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) subject matter experts (SME’s) in data interpretation.

 

Essentials for this position include (but are not limited to) the following:

• Sound knowledge of Reliability Systems and Statistical analysis 

• Formal qualifications (e.g. Appropriate Tertiary or similar), trade licences and/or experience as LAME

• Working knowledge of aircraft maintenance programs.

• Ability to research and prepare reports for technical and non-technical audiences.

• Knowledge of relevant statutory and regulatory requirements

• Ability to understand technical documentation.

• Intermediate computer literacy with Microsoft Office software suite

• Working knowledge of relational databases.

• Ability to work unsupervised and within a team environment

• Ability to meet high demand work priorities

• Be able to hold and maintain an ASIC

• Ability to learn new software packages promptl

 

Principal responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following:

The Technical Services Reliability Officer has the following responsibilities:

• Liaison with OEM’s, Part 21 organisations, and others for the provision of specialist Engineering services, ETD’s and EO’s etc.

• Providing timely reports to the AMO concerning issues affected by specialist organisation input 

• Preparation and distribution of Monthly Reliability and ECTM reports to all stake holders and identification and analysis of trends and development of solutions 

• Preparation of Quarterly Reliability reports for CASA 

• Carry out defect investigations and reporting via SDR system to CASA, including follow-ups and recommendations

• Liaison with CASA for incident reporting

• Assist with SB assessment through research and the MRP process • Assist AR employees in attaining and analysing information required for ARC issue. 

• Provide practical back-up to other CAMO staff as required.

• Spot quality checks of data and paperwork provided by AMO. • Reporting to the CAM on those matters relating to the CAMO responsibilities.

• In consultation with the MRP, ensure the assessment of Mandatory ICA such as Service Bulletins and AD's; and Non-mandatory ICA.

• Apply, monitor and oversight all activities associated with the reliability programs. 

 • Participating in evaluating aircraft, engine ECTM and System performances to recommend a technical solution to prevent serious problems from occurring.

• Providing maintenance technical support, as and when required, via web-based research, liaison with the CASR 21 representative(s), manufacturers, vendors, suppliers and the Regulatory Authority.

• Any other duties within the incumbent’s abilities, training and experience as directed by the CAM. 

 

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • What's your expected annual base salary?

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