Volotea is the newest and fastest-growing low-cost airline in Europe, focused on connecting medium and small-sized European cities. We launched in April 2012, and have transported more than 25 million passengers in over seven years of operation, with a modern fleet, which is currently made of Airbus 319 and Boeing 717.
Volotea headquarters are located in Barcelona, Spain. Our principal markets are France, Italy, Greece, Germany and Spain. Our operational bases are Nantes, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Marseille, Strasbourg and Lyon in France; Venice, Verona, Palermo, Genoa, Cagliari and Naples in Italy; Athens in Greece; Hamburg in Germany and Asturias and Bilbao in Spain.
We are looking for a Licensed Aircraft Engineer (B1) with Airbus A32X series CFM56 engine type rate who is used to interact in different cultural environments, and who wants to work in a challenging high-growth environment.
The work place is Oviedo Line Station (Spain).
Purpose of the Position
As a B1 Licensed Aircraft Engineer you will be in charge of carrying out the line maintenance of Voloteas Airbus A32X series CFM56 engine fleet, as established by EASA Part 145 and other equivalents from other aeronautical authorities. You will carry out airworthiness maintenance tasks specific to the qualification level of the LAE collective, and carry out support maintenance tasks of the qualification level of the LAE collective in relation to the planning and control of production, data and maintenance records, utilities and tools.
Roles and Responsibilities
Carrying out and verifying that all work required by the operator has been accomplished during the particular line maintenance activity or Work Package in accordance with the procedures specified in Voloteas MOE. Also, assess the impact of any work not being performed, and agreeing with the operator to defer such work to another specified check or time limit.
Performing rectification and troubleshooting of inbound defects or defects discovered during routine inspections, and planned rectification of existing deferred defects.
Verifying that there are no non-compliances that may hazard 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 and entering all related Work Orders in Voloteas Maintenance system.
Assisting the Aircrafts with technical issues and coordinating with Voloteas Maintenance Control Center to minimize impact on the operation.
Complying with Voloteas internal and mandatory reporting requirements, including Technical Delay reports and Safety reports.
Taking care of the Housekeeping of the Line Station, including vehicles, tooling and facilities.
Managing and coordinating with Volotea Logistics the reception, storage and shipment of tooling and parts in compliance with the applicable EASA Part 145 requirements.
EASA Part 66 Licensed Aircraft Engineer certified on Airbus A32X series with CFM56 engine.
Five Years relevant work and troubleshooting experience.
Previous experience in aviation MRO environment: Line Maintenance, Maintenance Control, Technical representative or Airline Engineering.
Strong technical knowledge of aircraft systems.
Good communication skills, able to communicate effectively to all related parties both verbally and written.
Fluent English spoken & written compulsory. Spanish, French and Italian will be considered a plus.
Self-disciplined, highly-organized individual able to work effectively independently and as part of a team.
Proactive and cooperative attitude.
Working knowledge of computer systems and programs (especially Microsoft MS, AMOS and Airbus World).
Flexible, willing to work on 24/7 rotating shifts, including nights and weekends.
Experience in AIMS (Flight Information System) will be considered a plus.
EASA Regulation (Part M, Part 145), EWIS and Fuel Tank Safety certificates in force will be considered a plus.
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