- Date posted
- 22 Dec 2016
AIRCRAFT ON GROUND (AOG) COORDINATOR
ExecuJet delivers excellence in a comprehensive range of business aviation services tailored to our clients and partners. We are dedicated to safety and strive for creating a fulfilling workplace through cultivating genuine, open and engaging relationships with passionate colleagues.
ExecuJet is currently seeking a suitably qualified person to fill a vacancy within the CAMO division, based at Cambridge.
The main responsibility for an AOG Coordinator is to support our worldwide managed and subcontracted fleet 24/7/365 in order to return the aircraft to an airworthy condition as efficiently as possible. The AOG Coordinator will also play a vital role in the day to day activities of our CAMO.
- Arrange AOG support from OEM and maintenance providers worldwide to support ExecuJet Group and subcontracted Luxavitiation CMI aircraft
- Use of Computer Aided Maintenance Program (CAMP) and Computerised Maintenance Program (CMP) for defect reporting and work order generation for AOG, short and long term maintenance Planning requirements
- Understand regulatory and company policies in order to ensure aircraft maintenance has been carried out correctly.
- Assist with the management, control and tracking of Tech Log page defects, Hold Item List (Deferred Defects) and Cabin Defect Log entires
- Understand and assist with the workpack review process including archieving and updating the maintenance tracking tools (CAMP, CMP)
- Support the Technical Service Engineers with line maintenance tasks as required
- Review Certificate of Release to Service documents out of hours and to support the Technical Service Engineers
- Any other ad hoc projects and tasks as required by your Line Manager
- There are no managerial Tasks required for this job role other than the ability to self-motivate & self-manage the work load whilst being resourceful.
- Representing the CAMO Department & ExecuJet Aviation Group when both in and out of the office with integrity and professionalism.
- Recognised Apprenticeship, training scheme or Aeronautical Degree
- Practical maintenance experience
- Attention to detail and organisation skills
- Ability to be analytically correct and a problem solver
- Proficient in the use of all Microsoft Office packages
- Ability to work under pressure
- Prioritising work load
- Flexibility under rapidly changing circumstances
- Part M familiarisation training
- EWIS, FTS and HF Training
- Maintenance planning
- Part 145 experience
- AOG support engineer
- Maintrol experience
- OTAR and IOMAR ANO regulations
- Use of Minimum Equipment List
- EASA Part M Subpart g
- Develop and maintain relationships internally and externally.
- Ability to learn fast, with a keen, positive attitude
- Ability to meet deadlines
- Strong team working skills
- Additional language skills other than English
Closing Date For Applications: 31 December 2016