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To effectively manage and organize the functions of the Aircraft Scheduling section within Emirates Engineering Operational Planning department to provide an effective and informative link between various sections & departments regarding operational and strategically planned maintenance events. To develop Emirates heavy maintenance plans and ensure efficient planning of daily aircraft allocations to meet the airline's commercial operating schedule. To also manage the scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements with optimum utilization of aircraft groundtime and available resources.
Salary & Benefits:
We offer an attractive tax-free salary, paid in Dirhams, the local currency of the UAE. Besides generous travel benefits normally associated with an airline, this managerial role also has excellent leave, health care packages, accommodation and more.
Minimum Experience, Qualifications, Skills and Knowledge
•Degree or Honours (12+3 or equivalent) preferably Engineering (Aeronautical) or Operations/related discipline
•10 years in aircraft maintenance/engineering, of which 7 years in aircraft scheduling/maintenance planning and a minimum of 3 years in a supervisory/management position
•Knowledge of aircraft/power plant systems and components. Good knowledge of related aircraft maintenance/engineering functions, aircraft regulatory requirements and maintenance documentation.
Please submit your application before 18th July 2013 23:59 GMT + 3 hours
Tomorrow you could be living in dynamic Dubai and earning a tax-free salary with global benefits. Starting with two aircraft and a handful of enthusiastic people, we have grown at a phenomenal rate. We are now one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, flying to over 125 destinations across 6 continents.
We are looking for people to join our global family of over 54,000 people from 160 nationalities across a diverse range of disciplines. If you are a high performer, seeking unparalleled career opportunities, join the Emirates team and help us create the future of travel.