Airline Management & Office Support Roles
Aurigny is able to offer a variety of positions both at the Airport and support roles based at our offices in La Planque Lane, Forest. Often no prior experience is necessary as full on the job training is provided. If a position requires you to operate airside please be mindful of the pre employment requirements such as a 5 year employment history and possibly a clean driving licence depending upon the position.
Airline management include:
- Accounts Clerks
- Regulatory Compliance - responsible for monitoring regulatory compliance (EASA, UK CAA)
- Administration Assistance across all departments
- Human Resources
- Training Co-ordinator (flight crew)
- Crewing Officer
- Flight Operations (based in Alderney)
This role is to support the Aurigny fleet to ensure compliance with UK CAA Part CAMO regulation requirements.
Establishes long range maintenance plans based on planning forecasts in co-ordination with Technical Services Administrators.
Monitors AMP performance through Reliability reporting and analysis of data trends.
Cross- discipline functions with other colleagues.
This role will deputise for the Director of Continuing Airworthiness in their absence whilst still performing the required duties of Technical Services Engineer.
- Conducts Reliability reporting including review and analysis of base check findings / defects and presentation at Fleet Technical Review Meetings.
- Long term base maintenance planning including major assembly overhaul programme.
- Participate in work scope / work package preparation in co-ordination with Technical Services Administrator.
- Performs assessment of AD’s and SB’s and associated cost information.
- Controls non-mandatory modifications and repairs.
- Performs technical evaluation and investigation of Safety / Occurrence reports.
- Liaison with regulatory authority, aircraft, and component OEM.
- Develop policies and procedures and instructions for the CAMO functions.
- Monitors and reviews Airworthiness Directive compliance.
- Monitors and reviews Service Bulletin accomplishment.
- Monitors Damage and Repair Certification and ensuring damage charts and Repair status reports are updated.
- Monitors development, amendment, control, administration, and implementation of the approved aircraft maintenance programme/s.
- Provides technical support services to the Part 145 Maintenance Organisation, prepare and issue engineering orders / work cards and procedures in compliance with maintenance data.
- Supports other projects as required and deputises for the Director of Continuing Airworthiness (CAM).
- Must be technically trained to EASA Part 66 or have an appropriate engineering degree together with a minimum of 5 years of ‘hands-on’ experience; OR
- Have at least 10 years’ appropriate experience of aircraft maintenance, ideally on large/complex commercial aircraft.
- Will have recent experience of working in a CAMO environment ideally in a supervisory/managerial capacity
- Must have a comprehensive understanding of the role of the CAMO in a modern airline environment
- Must be proficient in Microsoft Office suite applications (word, excel and outlook)
- Be well organised with good attention to detail
- Be proactive in approach to all responsibilities with ability to work on own initiative and to specific deadlines within the company policies and procedures.
- Ability to recognise and deal with challenges promptly and efficiently
- Willingness to attend training courses
Professional and/or regulatory requirements:
- Regulatory training - Part M (Part CAMO), Part 145, SMS - (desirable)
- Mandatory training - Human Factors, EWIS, ETOPS, FTS - (desirable)
All about you: Friendly, approachable, keen to support your colleagues and the Company wherever possible and beyond the requirements of your role. You will take pride in delivering a high level of customer service both internal and external and be willing and able to adapt to change. A supporter of our VALUES both internally and externally is paramount to you succeeding within our Company.
Please note that in the interests of efficiency, applications that do not meet the above criteria will not be retained, other than applications from locally resident applicants who anticipate gaining the necessary qualifications.