Defects Control and Reliability Engineer

Location
Dublin
Salary
Market related
Posted
18 Sep 2017
Closes
16 Oct 2017
Ref
19703
Contact
Vaida Visinskaite
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

New Airline Based in Dublin, Ireland

Scandinavian Airlines Ireland Ltd

Position - Defects Control and Reliability Engineer

Location - Dublin Ireland

This is an amazing opportunity to be a part of something brand new, and board an innovative start-up Airline based in Dublin, Ireland. Scandinavian Airlines Ireland aims to position itself as a leading modern carrier, and will be at the forefront of innovation and technology with a fleet of A320neo's.

The company is looking to build a forward thinking and progressive team comprised of highly motivated, innovative and entrepreneurial individuals.

In order to realize this, we are seeking to recruit professionals with a 'can-do' attitude possessing the ability to think outside of the box when required.

You possess the following skills and attributes:

  • You are enthusiastic and demonstrate high standards of aviation maintenance and safe operating practices.
  • An entrepreneurial spirit, demonstrating genuine passion for innovation
  • Fully conversant and literate with quality system and AMOS maintenance management system
  • Very good IT skills
  • Knowledge and experience of CAME and maintenance methods
  • You have a creative and analytical mind
  • You possess the ability to take ideas from concept to reality

Position Summary Overview

The Defects Control and Reliability Engineer liaises with the sub-contracted CAMO defects control and reliability engineer to ensure that all re-occurring defects that affect or could affect continuing airworthiness and reliability are identified and rectified.

Experience & Qualifications

  • Practical experience in the application of aviation maintenance standards and safe operating practices.
  • An aeronautical degree or aircraft maintenance technician qualification (EASA Part 66 Licence) with additional training acceptable to the authority
  • Proven relevant work experience in the subject or similar role
  • Have received initial Fuel Tank Safety, Human Factors and EWIS training.
  • Excellent communication skills in written and spoken English
  • Excellent IT and systems skills
  • Ability to analyse and decide a course of action in a timely manner

Other Considerations

Formal education is less relevant and takes second place to your professional attitude and experience.

We welcome your application!

DO NOT delay, we expect a significant amount of interest in this position and we are looking to move quickly to fill this critical role.

For further information, please contact Vaida Visinskaite at CAE Parc Aviation