Airworthiness Coordinator

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Department: Continuing Airworthiness (CAMO)
Reports to Director of Airworthiness

Routine Continuing Airworthiness processes related to the 
administration of the aircraft maintenance programs developed and  
implemented by MJets for both MJets commercially managed / 
operated business jets as well as those independently operated
Job Responsibilities:
- Comply with established continuing airworthiness policy and procedure, as well as related regulatory requirements of  the CAAT or other applicable National Aviation Authorities; 
- Short term and long term maintenance planning for managed fleet, to include annual aircraft maintenance costs projections,  that achieves a balance between aircraft availability and cost effectiveness;
- Coordination of maintenance activities undertaken by approved Maintenance Repair Organizations; 
- Review all completed flight logs and maintenance documentation and ensure aircraft permanent maintenance records (including airframe, engine and APU log books) are maintained, task tracking databases are accurately updated and that hard copies are stored per regulations in an organized and comprehensive manner that maximized asset value retention. Coordinate document corrections as required;
- Ensure that the records for Airworthiness Directives, Service Bulletins and Supplemental Type Certificate modifications are kept current and appropriately filed in the aircraft permanent records; 
- Liaise with Original Equipment Manufacturers to ensure effective technical support is received, administer warranty / support programs and to stay abreast of current reliability and/or safety related issues;
- Administration of approved maintenance data / data subscriptions;    
- Provide support for the Maintenance Review process;   
- Develop routine and non-routine reports for internal and external customers related to the performance of the MJets fleet; 
- Occurrence and Hazard reporting in accordance with applicable regulations and company policy;
- Maintain continued validity of company approvals by cooperating with company quality & safety department and rectifying any identified non-conformances in a timely manner; and
- Maintain a working knowledge of applicable aviation regulations and industry standards.
Required Outlook:
- Able to work both independently and as a team player in a multi-cultural work force
- Excellent attention to detail
- Goal oriented
Preferred Skills:
- Must be fluent in English, other languages desirable
- Effective communication / interpersonal skills
- Intermediate or above average knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office suite programs
- Technical writing
Preferred Education / Experience:
- Holding an Engineering / Technical License or Degree 1-3 years of experience. 
- If no engineering degree or technical qualification, minimum 3 years of aircraft maintenance / Airworthiness management experience is required Previous business jet experience
- Experience on at least one of the operated aircraft (Cessna Citation Bravo, CJ3 or Citation X; Gulfstream G200, GV, G550 or G650) will be advantage.  
Additional Information
- This job description is not exhaustive, and responsibilities may be amended or added to from time to time
- To deliver services effectively, a degree of flexibility is needed, and this role may be require the need to perform work not specifically referred to in this job description
- This role may involve an amount of international travel, the level of which is expected to be: Small to moderate
- Working hours: Normal office hours, however out of hours telephone calls will be required which may cover 24 hours

Interested candidates are required to send us an e-mail along with full resume and contact number to: