- Lead and supervise a team of Technicians in Repair Operations.
- Ensure technicians execute the standard repair processes properly for specific aircraft engine parts within the cell with current approved technical data and standard work processes, including level 3 operation procedures.
- Plan and schedule Total Preventative Maintenance (TPM) of equipment.
- Solve technical issues and problems as appropriate when encountered during daily activities.
- Assist the Operations Leader/ Assistant Foremen/ Cell Leaders in their day-to-day operations to achieve production targets, corporate goals, and discipline.
- Carry out SAP transactions and make necessary changes to works order in SAP.
- Perform cross-functional jobs within the department if required.
- Actively support and participate in Continuous Improvement, Environment Health & Safety (EH&S), and Quality projects and initiatives
- Comply and adhere to the code of ethics as well as EH&S regulations, standards, requirements, and procedures.
- Carry out any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
- Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or any other relevant engineering discipline.
- 2 years of relevant technical experience in the aerospace industry. Open to consider candidates with no experience with full/partial SAR-66 or SAR-7 qualifications.
- Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) license acceptable to CAAS or equivalency may also apply.
- Good analytical skills, able to grasp concepts, track and resolve issues quickly.
- Experience in Continuous Improvement, Environment Health & Safety (EH&S), and Quality projects and initiatives.
- Self-motivated to work independently with a positive attitude towards change management.
- Good team player with strong communication and interpersonal skills.
- Commit to working on rotating shifts (Day & Night) and overtime on a need basis.
- Pass and complete relevant CAAS examination credits:
SAR-66 (A&C – certifying complete engine)
- M02 & M08 OR CO2 – Physics & Basic Aerodynamics OR Physics and Aerodynamics
- M06 & M07 OR TM1 – Material and Hardware & Maintenance Practices OR Aircraft Materials and Hardware, and Maintenance Practices (Mechanical)
- M09 – Human Factor and Error Management
- M10 OR CO1 – Airworthiness Administration OR Air Legislation
- M15 – Gas Turbine Engine
SAR-7 (A&C – certifying complete engine)
- L11 OR L12 – Airworthiness Administration OR Air Legislation
- H11 – Human Factor and Error Management
- B11 – Maintenance Practices and Materials
- B13 – Electrical and Instrument Systems
- C14 – Turbine Engine Theory and Construction
- C15 – Turbine Engine Systems