Turboprop fleet technical management have an exciting and rare opportunity to join the team in the role of Continuing Airworthiness 'Support Engineer'.
This role is based in Christchurch, full time, based on a non shift, Mon-Fri work pattern.
This particular role will be focused on Systems & Avionics for the ATR fleet. Ideally you will either be a LAME in avionics or have a previous CAMO background in the same disciplines.
An interest and knowledge in following the latest technology developments and the understanding of other stakeholder group requirements, especially flight operations, is a distinct advantage.
The ATR FTM team are responsible for ensuring the Airline Air Operators Certificate remains valid by ensuring all duties specified in the Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition are completed.
The scope of work is large, all aspects of the aircraft are covered and involvement at all stages of the aircraft life cycle will be required (from new aircraft purchase, entry into service, through life changes and finally, aircraft disposal).
Technical Qualifications :
Personal Qualities :
Someone who is able work under the pressure of deadlines. You will have an ability to communicate and work effectively with cross functional groups within the airline and externally with other airlines, regulators, aircraft manufacturers and other OEM's
This role is a good entry point if you wish to further a career within continuing airworthiness or other airline related roles.
If this sounds like you, please apply online via the Air NZ Careers site with an up to date CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the position.