Aircraft Maintenance Technician – Cabin Interior Maintenance

Job Description

Job Title

Aircraft Maintenance Technician – Cabin Interior Maintenance (CIM)

Reports To

License Aircraft Engineer (CIM)

Role Purpose

To undertake the servicing, maintenance, and technical handling of aircraft in accordance with company and CAAM-approved methods and procedures

Key Accountability

  • To perform ground technical handling, routine, and non-routine maintenance and servicing check, and any other maintenance activities as required on the aircraft.
  • To assist Licensed Aircraft Engineer to perform maintenance activities through efficient retrieval/interpretation of aircraft maintenance documents and interphase with the system in raising paperwork, clocking manhours, and ordering spares.
  • To ensure the tasks given are completed within the time frame and to inform the immediate superior of any problem or difficulties
  • Ensure possession of adequate tools and equipment and good housekeeping of zone/work area for performing maintenance activities.
  • To ensure the availability of proper safety equipment and observance of safety measures while working on the aircraft or in workshops

Qualifications & Experience

  • Others – Aircraft basic Engineering with 3 years experience in cabin interior maintenance
  • SPM/SPMV – Good knowledge of aircraft support workshop management and familiar with regulatory requirements with 2 years of experience as a technician

Skills & Knowledge

  • Familiar with CAAM, EASA, CASA, and any other relevant regulatory bodies’ requirements.
  • Experience and having an approved airframe or avionics aircraft type coverage
  • Posses innovative thinking to lead and implement projects and execute plans timely
  • Positive work attitude and efficient to track, analyze and implement continuous improvement programs.

Key Challenges

  • Ensuring the quality of aircraft defects is met to the project’s highest standard.
  • To ensure on-time Defect rectification without delay.
  • To ensure all types of equipment and vehicles are serviceable and safe for the daily operational requirements.