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Management To be disclosed Permanent Dorset, Uk Autumn 2019
This is a permanent position with one of our well-established clients who deal with high-level and confidential operations, based in Dorset.
As a CAMO Safety Manager, you are responsible to the Accountable Manager for ensuring effective Continuing Airworthiness Management in support of all the Company’s EASA Part M Approval.
You will be responsible for the following but not limited to;
Providing effective leadership and support to the CAMO Teams.
Management and oversight of all EASA Part M responsibilities and activities.
Champion a shared safety vision and culture for all stakeholders, encouraging active participation in continuous improvement, creating positive safety outcomes.
Safety First – Promote and embrace the Health & Safety Standards within the Company.
Develop and maintain positive and constructive relationships with all internal and external stakeholders and customers, as well as relevant Regulatory Authorities.
Ensure the serviceability of operational and emergency equipment by:
The accomplishment of pre-flight inspections, where applicable.
The rectification of any defect and damage affecting safe operation, taking into account, the minimum equipment list (MEL).
The accomplishment of all maintenance, in accordance with the aircraft maintenance programme;
The accomplishment of any applicable AD, SB, etc…
The accomplishment of modifications and repairs.
Maintenance check flights, when required.
Development and management of Aircraft Maintenance Programmes.
Long- and Short-Term Maintenance Planning, including Production Planning.
Maintaining the Hangar Input Plan in support of the Part 145 AMO. Development of CAMO Processes and Procedures.
Routine auditing of the ERP System to ensure system accuracy.
Performance of Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC).
Reporting to the CAA any identified condition of an aircraft or component which endangers flight safety.
This is a fantastic opportunity available for someone who is on the ascend of their career and looking for valuable experience in a young and enthusiastic company.
The business has a fantastic family-feel across the entire company. No two days are the same due to the line of work they deal with, which can be very exciting. For the right candidate, they will offer job security, a competitive salary, an excellent work/life balance and the chance to grow with this ever-expanding business.
If you meet the below minimum requirements, we look forward to hearing from you!
The successful candidate will complete 2 face to face interviews with our client before being offered the position.