Job Title: Licensed B1/B2 Engineer
Location: Atlantic Aviation Group, Shannon Airport, Shannon, Co. Clare
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Atlantic Aviation Group
With over 55 years of experience, Shannon based Atlantic Aviation Group (AAG) is one of Europe’s leading independent aviation solution providers. The company has a strong reputation of providing customers with a complete range of solutions including; aircraft maintenance & modifications, technical, engineering and design services, logistics and material solutions and international training and consultancy. This reputation is built on a proud history and tradition of superior craftsmanship, technical expertise and continuous training, which is supported by our flexible, open and partnership-based customer relationships.
The company provides a range of aviation solutions including; Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance, CAMO & Technical Services, Part 21 Design Services and the EASA Part 147 Atlantic Aviation Institute which provides aviation training to airlines, MRO’s and companies around the world.
AAG have an exceptional opportunity for a highly-motivated career focused and ambitious Licensed B1/B2 Engineer seeking a role in a challenging, fast-paced and rewarding environment. Our aim as a team is to attract and develop key talent across all levels of our growing aviation business.
Licensed engineers have responsibility for ensuring that maintenance actions are performed, certified and recorded accurately. Any individual performing/certifying maintenance on an aircraft has responsibilities which include but are not limited to;
- Using applicable current maintenance data, work order instructions and information systems.
- Documenting the performance of all maintenance actions, compiling and controlling completed work cards.
- Following the procedures detailed in the MOE and supporting manuals.
- Identifying and rectifying existing and potential unsafe conditions.
- Adhere to safety and deactivation/reactivation requirements.
- Following the procedures detailed in a customers’ approved documentation.
- Using calibrated tooling and equipment recommended by the manufacturer.
- Maintaining the work environment in a clean and safe manner.
- Complying with the Atlantic Aviation Group internal and mandatory reporting requirements.
- Applying good communication and assertiveness skills.
- Complying with the work interruption and handover procedures.
- Complying with the Atlantic Aviation Group safety policy requirements.
- Sign off maintenance tasks performed or supervised within the scope of their staff authorisation.
- Sign certificates of release to service within the scope of their certifying staff authorisation issued.
- Performance of the functions and responsibilities associated with support staff role within the scope of the authorisation issued.
- Maintain experience records in support of continued competence
Essential Job Function
In conjunction with the general responsibilities as outlined above the licensed engineer individual’s responsibilities include;
The base maintenance support staff role shall ensure that all relevant tasks or inspections have been carried out to the required standard before the category C certifying staff issues the certificate of release to service.
- Confirm that each item/task of work has been documented and actioned.
- Prior to closing any area or panel of the aircraft, an inspection is carried out for
- the absence of dirt, extraneous matter, tools etc.
- Plan performance of critical tasks.
- Determine required qualifications for task performance.
- Consider human performance and limitations during performance of maintenance.
- Ensuring that all discrepancies detected as a result of scheduled inspection task, duplicate/RII inspections, critical task inspection and non-routine maintenance rectification are documented and rectified in accordance with Atlantic Aviation Group procedures.
- Supervising the maintenance activities being performed within their zone of inspection responsibility to ensure that tasks are performed and completed to the standards laid down in the Atlantic Aviation Group MOE.
With regard to the B1/B2 line maintenance release staff role;
- Verifying that all work required by the customer has been accomplished during the particular line maintenance activity or work package in accordance with the procedures specified in the Atlantic Aviation Group MOE, and also assess the impact of any work not carried out with a view to either requiring its accomplishment or agreeing with the operator to defer such work to another specified check or time limit.
- Verifying that there are no non-compliances which are known that hazard seriously the flight safety.
- Ensuring that the release certificate and/or technical log statement contains all the necessary details and reference numbers including details of maintenance which was not completed but allows a return to service within the approved aircraft limitations.
- Verifying that the aircraft technical log and associated documents have been completed to the required standard following completion of all maintenance.
- Ensuring that there is an instruction to the flight crew placed in the technical log where crew actions are necessary to verify aircraft airworthiness.
- Complying with Atlantic Aviation Group internal and mandatory reporting requirements.
- Non- EU/EAA nationals require current and valid permission to work and reside in the Republic of Ireland.
- Licensed engineers should hold or have held an EASA PART 66 B1/B2 Aircraft Maintenance License and company base maintenance approvals on the specific aircraft with at least 6 months suitable experience.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment handling multiple tasks with a high degree of attention to detail.
- A strong work ethic, reliable, self-motivated with a positive attitude, and very customer service oriented
- Required to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime, as necessary.
- Ability to read, write, speak and understand English
Typical Working Conditions
- Work is performed at the AAG Hangar in Shannon and possibly offsite providing AOG support
- PPE is provided by Atlantic Aviation Group and its use is mandatory while in the production environment.
- Required to work overtime, as necessary.
- Must satisfy and maintain airport security requirements
Typical Physical Requirements
- Must be able to use ladders, work stands, lifts, etc. and be able to work on all areas of the aircraft that may require access during performance of duties
- Must be comfortable working at heights and confined spaces.
- Physical exertion such as: pulling, pushing, reaching, bending, standing, walking and light lifting of boxes, bags, files and electronic equipment
- Must not have any medical conditions that preclude certification of aircraft run/taxi of company aircraft and vehicles.
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