Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. In 2017, it generated revenues of € 67 billion and employed a workforce of around 130,000. Airbus offers the most comprehensive range of passenger airliners from 100 to more than 600 seats. Airbus is also a European leader providing tanker, combat, transport and mission aircraft, as well as Europe's number one space enterprise and the world's second largest space business. In helicopters, Airbus provides the most efficient civil and military rotorcraft solutions worldwide.
Our people work with passion and determination to make the world a more connected, safer and smarter place. Taking pride in our work, we draw on each other's expertise and experience to achieve excellence. Our diversity and teamwork culture propel us to accomplish the extraordinary - on the ground, in the sky and in space.
Description of the job
Vacancies for Technical Service Engineers have arisen within Airbus at Stansted Airport
To find this role on the Airbus website please use location Filton or the job reference number
We are looking for Technical Services Engineers to ensure technical support is given to airline operations, in direct contact with our Customer and the Maintenance and Repair Organisation (MRO) providing Part 145 services. You will be able to give technical support to maintenance for continued airworthiness, reliability and availability of aircraft in one given field of responsibility over : Avionics
As part of support to MOC-MCC, 24/7 ; engineers you may have to work in shifts, or under periodic 24/7 on-duty scheme.
The jobholder is a member of the Flight Hour Services (FHS) organization and reports operationally and functionally to the HO Tailored Support Program. AIRBUS Flight Hour Services (FHS) is a transnational team managed from AIRBUS Head Quarters (TLS) with strong international footprint (Germany, Ireland, Singapore, India, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Hong-Kong, Great Britain, Brazil, Chile,…). Airbus FHS provides customized services to its Customers (mainly Airlines) ranging from FHS-Component up to a TSP (Tailored Support Program) with the objective to provide airlines with significant inventory management and repair cost savings whilst supporting the improvement of their maintenance and engineering activities to allow an increased aircraft reliability and availability in an improved airworthy environment. Such packages include component maintenance and engineering, spare management, airframe maintenance and fleet technical management services that are delivered by cooperating with a partner, suppliers such as OEMs, MROs or other service providers, subsidiaries or between several Operating Units.
Your main tasks and responsibilities will include:
Operations Support: Ensures technical support to maintenance for continued airworthiness, reliability and availability of aircraft in the following fields of responsibility: AVIONICS (B2),
Ensures the interfacing between MRO, customer airline, AIRBUS Support Engineering and other Fleet Technical Management engineers for technical issues
Ensure follow-up of engine / systems health monitoring and provides advice to maintenance planning as necessary,
Engineering Support: Prepares engineering documents such as Engineering Order EOs, Work Cards WCs, to provide technical disposition for repairs, modification, inspection or other maintenance actions which provide benefits in accordance with airline/departmental objectives
Support definition and revision of MEL, ETOPS manual, Auto land manual, engineering orders, LOPA, as necessary
Controls aircraft configuration, modification, weight and balance & ELA in coordination with FHS Technical Support Centre.
Obtains approval required for modification/ repairs performed on fleet aircraft/power plant/APU/ system or components, seeks manufacturer's permission/guidelines for modification/repair in consultation with the HOD
Support preparation of engineering drawings, including but not limited to LOPA and emergency equipment ones by competent design office.
Performance & Reliability Management: Performs delay review of defects reported on the fleet aircraft
Reviews and distributes aircraft performance monitoring reports received and evaluates the fleet performance with objective to identify most impacting and recurring issues according parameters aligned with overall FHS stakeholders and Customer (aircraft delays, cancellation, substantial expenditures in manpower or material or interruption in maintenance operations,…)
In coordination with other FHS Engineering teams, conducts studies, statistical and analytical surveys technical monitoring, investigates failures, delay/defect analysis, flight incidents, in-depth shop and hardware discrepancies so as to improve dispatch reliability,
Performs technical investigation (using data from aircraft maintenance logs, MIS system, aircraft service records and shop finding reports) to determine possible root cause and failure trends as necessary with objective to define/implement available mitigation/solution or drive definition of technical fix,
We are looking for candidates with the following skills and experience:
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Diploma or Engineering Degree, licence on A320 or any airbus fleet
· AME Diploma or Engineering Degree, licence on A320 or any airbus fleet,
· At least 5 years of paid working experience with min 3 years in technical services environments,
· Proven experience in A320 family systems and/ or powerplant and/or structure is necessary,
· Ability to work in shifts, or under periodic 24/7 on-duty scheme,
· Good communication skills,
Constructeur aéronautique, Airbus est aujourd’hui le leader mondial de la construction d’avions de ligne. Créé à la fin des années 1960 avec le projet A300, lancé à l’initiative de plusieurs pays européens, il fabrique des avions de 100 places (A318) à plus de 500 places (A380). Il appartient au groupe EADS, renommé « Airbus Group » en 2014, et présent sur 170 sites dans le monde. 6000 avions Airbus sont aujourd’hui en exploitation, avec une volonté du constructeur aéronautique de mettre l’accent sur la réduction de l’empreinte carbone (réduction de la quantité de CO2 produite par avion).
Airbus, dont le siège est situé près de Toulouse, compte 59 000 employés dans le monde et 15 sites principaux situés en France, Allemagne, Espagne et Royaume-Uni (ainsi que d’autres sites aux Etats-Unis, en Chine, au Moyen-Orient et au Japon).