As a Development and Planning Engineer you ensure fleet airworthiness and maintenance efficiency to achieve optimal availability while maintaining required level of safety.
You will also verify fleet compliance with regulatory requirements Key accountabilities include: Operational
You will evaluate technical documentation issued by airworthiness authorities, aircraft manufacturer and vendors in order to evaluate its application and impact on fleet airworthiness, aircraft reliability, maintainability and safety;
You will create or amend the Aircraft Maintenance Program (AMP) and follow-up its approval with QCAA to comply with regulatory requirements, manufacturer and reliability recommendations;
You will audit inspection program loaded in the maintenance tracking system in order to verify its accuracy and reliability and propose changes to improve effectiveness;
You will verify open deferred items in the fleet, review with management and arrange its correction with maintenance provider in a timely manner and minimizing operational impact and propose Long Term Fleet Maintenance Plan in order to comply with approved Maintenance Program requirements and optimize fleet utilization,;
You will analyze new or proposed regulation in order to verify any possible impact in Company operation; You will Review Service Bulletins (or equivalent documents) or other Modifications, issued by manufacturer, Vendors or Part 21 organizations, in order to evaluate its applicability and cost/benefit to the fleet and control the Work Order Request or Task Card issuing to Part 145, in order to for the compliance of required maintenance;
You will provide technical assistance to Part 145 contracted maintenance organizations and follow-up progress of maintenance work orders to comply with required maintenance standards and control ARC (Airworthiness Review Certificate) or CMR (Certificate of Maintenance Requirement) renewal process, taking necessary actions for successful certification, in order to safeguard fleet airworthiness