The Line Maintenance Engineering Manager performs duties delegated by the Head of Engineering and Maintenance for the on-going operations at the Base and Line stations under their areas of responsibilities. This role is focusing on the companies non UK based stations focusing on their performance and standards
• Ensuring the availability of all necessary maintenance data as required by Part 145.A.45
• Ensuring the availability of all necessary equipment, tools and materials as required by Part 145.A.40;
• Supplying the necessary technical documents for customers and storage of the organisation’s technical records;
• Recording and notifying any inaccurate, incomplete or ambiguous procedure, practice information or maintenance instruction contained in the maintenance data used by maintenance personnel to the author of maintenance data;
• Providing a common work card or worksheet system to be used throughout relevant parts of the organisation and ensuring such documents comply with 145.A.45 (e) ;
• Overseeing the interview process, employment, management and discipline of engineers at Base and Line Stations, ensuring appropriate staffing levels and qualifications to accomplish work tasks as required.
• Notifying the Compliance and Safety Department of all certifying staff resignations or where the certification authorisation is no longer valid.
• Ensure the reporting of significant defects encountered during maintenance and if required the correct compilation, completion and routing of Voluntary Occurrence Reports (VORs) and Mandatory Occurrence Reports (MORs) to the Compliance and Safety Department in a timely manner.
• Responsible for corrective action resulting from Quality Audits performed within their area of responsibility.
• Incident investigations as required to support the business
• Disciplinary process management
• Assisting with the promotion of compliance and safety issues within the company and to customers, through the promulgation of appropriate media.
• Ensure FRMS compliance within the Maintenance team.
The Line Maintenance manager shall liaise with regulatory authorities, customer airlines and sub-contracted organisations concerning all Maintenance standards, regulatory approval, personnel authorisation, compliance finding or safety issues.
The Line Maintenance Manager shall, at the discretion of the Director Engineering and Maintenance, attend seminars and conferences in order to assimilate industry best practice and latest developments into Storm Aviation.
Qualification & Education
• EASA B license and type rating
• 10-years working in a aircraft maintenance or airline environment
Training & Knowledge
• Excellent knowledge of Aviation standards in an airline maintenance environment (EASA)
• Excellent knowledge of the application of Safety Management Systems;
• High standard of English language (written and oral);
• High standard of computer literacy, especially Microsoft Office Suite.