Deputy Director, Engineering and Maintenance

South East Asia
USD 6,000 – USD 10,000 (negotiable based on qualification and experience)
19 Feb 2013
19 Mar 2013
Contract Type
Full Time

 1. Essential Requirements

  1.1 practical experience and expertise in the application of aviation safety standards and safe operating practices;  

1.2 a comprehensive knowledge of:   (a) relevant parts of operational requirements and procedures; (b) the AOC holder's Operations Specifications ; (c) the need for, and content of, the relevant parts of the AOC holder's Operations Manual;  

1.3 knowledge of quality systems;  

1.4 Fifteen years experience in continuing airworthiness which shall include the following;   (a) Managerial experience in continuing airworthiness (i.e.

145 maintenance organization and/or CAMO) in an international airline operating wide bodied aircraft;   (b) an aircraft maintenance engineer exercising certification privileges on wide bodied aircraft. Preferably base and line experience;   (c) Airworthiness surveyor in a Civil Aviation Authority whose regulations closely resemble EASA Parts;   1.5 Have worked as an aircraft maintenance engineer (i.e. certifying staff) on Boeing aircraft, preferably B757 and/or B767.  

1.6 Knowledge of writing MOE and CAME, other manuals(e.g. AMP and ETOPS maintenance manual) and procedures which shall meet EASA Part-145 and Part-M requirements, respectively;  

1.7 Knowledge of reviewing contracts with service providers (e.g. aircraft lessor, line maintenance contracts, heavy maintenance contracts…etc) to check compliance with regulations and meeting business goals  

1.8 knowledge of maintenance methods.   Job Advertisement  

1.9 knowledge of applicable regulations. This shall include knowledge of EASA Part- 145, Part-66, Part-147, Part-M, Part-21, AMC 20-8, AMC 20-6, EU OPS1  

1.10 An understanding of Human Factors and Human Performance Limitations  

1.11 Knowledge and experience of managing Part-145 and CAMO training requirements  

1.12 Project management skills  

1.13 Report writing and presentation skills  

1.14 Ability to communicate efficiently and confidently with civil aviation authorities and service providers  

1.15 Experience on aircraft delivery and re-delivery  

1.16 IATA DG awareness or equivalent course completion  

1.17 ICAO SMS course completion  

1.18 Should be acceptable by Maldives CAA as a deputy form 4 holder for CAMO and 145  

2. Preference will be given to the below mentioned qualities:

2.1 Ability to conduct maintenance human factors, fuel tank safety,ETOPS and EWIS training  

2.2 Knowledge of engine borescope inspection. Preferably GE CF6-80 and/or RR RB211-535E4  

2.3. Knowledge of NDT (Eddy current and Ultrasonic) procedures required to setup a shop  

2.4 Be able to carry out assessment (on a technical level) of the certifying staff in order for them to be granted with Company Authorisation. This can be in the form of a question paper or oral questions and interviews with the individuals