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Powerplant Technical Services Engineer Jobs – Loganair
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Closing Date: 11/04/2020
Powerplant Technical Services Engineer Glasgow Airport Loganair operates a comprehensive network of scheduled and charter flights around the United Kingdom, but predominantly in Scotland.
The company continues to grow and develop, it now has around 900 members of staff, in various departments, including Engineering, Flight Operations, Ground and Customer Services, Safety and Compliance, Commercial, Finance and Operations. We have multiple stations throughout the United Kingdom.
In terms of fleet type, we currently support EMB 145, SAAB 340, SAAB 2000, Twin Otter, BN2 Islanders and ATRs.
Applications are now invited for the above noted position, based in the Continued Airworthiness Department (Part M), Lightyear Building, Glasgow Airport.
The role of the Powerplant Engineer will be to work as a member of the Technical Services Department as part of Loganairʼs Continuous Airworthiness Management Organization.
The Powerplant Engineer will:
- Provide support to Line Maintenance and Base Maintenance regarding Power Plant issues.
- Evaluate and process manufacturers and airworthiness authority’s documentation such as airworthiness directives, service bulletins, service letters etc.
- Manage engine shop visits from a technical and commercial point of view.
- Monitor and review engine performance trends.
- Liaise with aircraft lessors and OEMs
- Develop engineering policies, procedures and processes.
- Assist with improving the technical reliability of the Loganair fleet.
- Incident investigation.
- Knowledge of aircraft structures, systems, electronics/avionics, interiors and powerplant would be advantageous as support to all areas of the Engineering business/department may be required.
- Enjoy a flexible approach to travel and working hours · Other duties that may be assigned by the Technical Manager. Qualifications / Skills / Competencies To be successful in the role the successful candidate will hold and/or demonstrate:
- An Engineering or Aeronautical University Degree OR an EASA Part 66 Type License or Company Approval at Lead Engineer or higher
- Relevant Experience, particularly within a turboprop working environment, in Lieu of the above will be considered
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to work under own initiative and under own supervision
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Excellent computer skills
- Experience of working in a Technical Services Department or similar will be an advantage.Powerplant Technical Services Engineer
This is a full time and permanent role within the team and as you would expect, a competitive remuneration package will be given to the successful candidate.
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