CHIEF ENGINEER / RESPONSIBLE MANAGER
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- Job Listing Date
- 17 Oct 2020
- Dubbo & Central NSW
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Engineering, Management
- Want to be a leader in a dynamic, expanding company?
- Looking to work with a small professional team?
- Have a desire to maintain aircraft to the highest standards?
- Are you a motivated self starter with exceptional customer service standards?
This is an opportunity, not to be missed.
Aviation Logistics Holdings and its subsidiaries (Air Link Pty Ltd, Airmed, Groundmed and Aviation Logistics Operations) are committed to becoming a leading company in the provision of patient transport, charter, regular public transport and aircraft maintenance. Aviation logistics is committed to the highest standards of safety affecting the Company’s operations.
Air Link consists of two focuses. The first on the provision of charter and regular public transport services for the movement of passengers and cargo as approved by CASA. The second on the provision of aircraft maintenance (Air Link Engineering) for internal and externally owned aircraft requiring maintenance to specified standards.
Aviation Logistics Holdings aircraft are maintained to the highest standards under Part 145 Approval.
Due to planned expansion Air Link Pty Ltd are seeking a Chief Engineer / Responsible Manager to manage aircraft and component maintenance of the Groups Class A and Class B aircraft.
Based in Dubbo (initially) the Responsible Manager (Chief Engineer) is responsible for ensuring high level aircraft maintenance to the Aviation Logistics Holdings fleet in accordance with company policies, CAMO Exposition and AMO Exposition.
Ideally the applicant will have experience working with Beechcraft B200, Cessna 510 Citation, Cessna 310 and Piper PA31 Chieftain aircraft, with E&I experience.
The successful applicant must be able to gain CASA approval as Responsible Manager.
This position is responsible for:
- Maintaining and supporting the maintenance operations and providing a high level of leadership to staff;
- Planning, organising, scheduling, conducting and maintaining aircraft and component maintenance to meet highest standards and CASA regulations.
- Liaison with the General Manager, Continuing Airworthiness Manager and Safety Manager to ensure aircraft maintenance is completed to the highest standard and within timeframes.
- Maintenance of aircraft maintenance records using electronic systems
- Management of aircraft stores and aeronautical product maintenance.
Applicants for this position must hold the following:
- hold, an CASA aircraft engineer licence in category B1, B2 or C (or equivalent) preference to those engineers with multiple categories.
- have a qualification in aircraft maintenance at least at Certificate IV level
- have a qualification in aviation maintenance management at least at diploma level
- have an engineering qualification at least at diploma level in any of the following disciplines: aeronautical, avionics, mechanical, electrical or electronics.
- Experience working with piston engines.
- Experience with component maintenance would be highly desirable.
- CASA Approval or ability to achieve (previous experience would be highly desirable)
Desirable Qualifications / Skills
Applicants who can demonstrate the following skills and attributes will be considered highly.
- Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing
- Ability to liaise and work harmoniously with employees, supervisors and managers
- Ability to use aircraft maintenance electronic programs (Takeflite / Aerotrack / AVTRAC)
- Self-starter and ability to work with minimal supervision
- Ability to work within a rapid changing and diverse environment.
- Ability to work as a member of a small team.
Email your resume, licence, salary expectation and brief outline (no more than 1 page) of your experience, against the above responsibilities to: email@example.com. Questions regarding the position should be emailed to the same address.
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