Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
The Malaysian Flying Academy was incorporated in 1982 and is a Malaysian pioneer in professional pilot training. It is located near the historical town of Malacca (150km south of Kuala Lumpur) and generally blessed with sunny skies and temperatures with the ideal weather suited for all the year round flying training. The Academy has been set up in accordance with the guidelines set out by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). Flying training is carried out with its own fleet of single engine (Piper Warrior) and twin engine (Piper Seneca) aircraft.
The Academy requires dedicated and exceptional interpersonal skill Aircraft Maintenance Engineers with ability to develop technical solutions, compliant with requirements and timescales. Applicants must possess an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s Licence (EASA) and comply to Part 66 EASA with PA28 and PA34 type ratings (Lycoming & Continental Engines). Extensive experience on Light Aircraft is preferable.
Duties & Responsibilities
· The Aircraft Maintenance Engineer must be able to undertake scheduled and un-scheduled aircraft maintenance in accordance with the required regulatory and company requirements that include pre-flight checks; daily checks; scheduled maintenance; component changes; rectification and repair.
· The Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is to ensure that all technical staffs working under his supervision are performing their duties in a safe and correct manner and in accordance with the relevant documentation.
· Available at short notice to perform AOG recovery of aircraft from deployed locations.
· Co-ordinate the ground movement of aircraft.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted