Overall responsibility for inspecting and reviewing all repairs of GSE. Ensure efficiency in operations by monitoring quality control of GSE repairs as per specific guidelines/ manufacturer’s maintenance procedures. These include technical analysis and evaluation of component life, accurate updating of job cards, etc. Undertake quality assurance as part of regulatory standards
- Execute the activities of the assigned shift and ensure receipt of timely and accurate shift-related information from previous shift personnel.
- Receive inputs on the daily maintenance and major repair schedule and execute work accordingly (view the daily roster and divide tasks amongst the team accordingly with individuals assigned to activities).
- Checking daily equipment reports for maintenance requirements and monitoring the raising of job cards as required by the user department.
- Ensure inspection of all completed GSE repairs and adhere to quality control standards; these include using the appropriate testing instruments in accordance with manufacturers’ maintenance/inspection procedures, diagnosing any damage or failure in vehicle mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and body components, and reviewing repair work undertaken.
- Assists team across sections (GSE Inspectors, Equipment mechanics, electricians, Air-Conditioning Mechanics) in parts research. This includes monitoring work progress and providing technical instructions as necessary.
Education & Experience
- Education to at least a high school diploma is required.
- Excellent planning, organizing, and computer skills.
- Proficient in the use of all Office 365 applications.
About Etihad Airways
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, was formed in 2003 to bring “Abu Dhabi to the World”. Over the years, we have grown into Etihad Aviation Group, a diversified global aviation, and travel company, which is one of the world’s most acclaimed industry brands.
Our airline flies to over 84 destinations with a fleet of over 100 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, serving 18.6 million passengers a year and carrying 682,000 tonnes of cargo in 2018.