Luxaviation Technical Services deliver excellence in a comprehensive range of business aviation services tailored to our clients and partners. We are looking for a suitably qualified candidate to join our team as an AOG Coordinator.
The main responsibility for an AOG Coordinator is to support our worldwide managed and subcontracted fleet 24/7/365 in order to return the aircraft to an airworthy condition as efficiently as possible. The AOG Coordinator will also play a vital role in the day to day activities of our CAMO.
The key responsibilities are as follows:
- Arrange AOG support from OEM and maintenance providers worldwide to support Luxaviation Group aircraft.
- Use of Computer Aided Maintenance Program (CAMP) and Computerised Maintenance Program (CMP) for defect reporting and work order generation for AOG, short-term and long-term maintenance planning requirements.
- Understand regulatory and company policies in order to ensure aircraft maintenance has been carried out correctly.
- Assist with the management, control and tracking of Tech Log page defects, Hold Item List (Deferred Defects) and Cabin Defect Log entries.
- Perform workpack review and ensure 'live CRS/RTS' data entry is performed accurately. Complete archiving and ensure the maintenance tracking tool (CAMP, CMP) and respective work order is up to date at the time of CRS/RTS.
- Support the Technical Service Engineers with line maintenance tasks as required.
- Review Certificate of Release to Service documentation during office and out of hours to support the Technical Service Engineers.
- Any other ad hoc projects and tasks as required by your line manager.
The successful candidate must have:
- Recognised apprenticeship, training scheme, aeronautical degree or 5 years' equivalent industry experience
- Practical maintenance experience
- Knowledge of EASA Part M (including Subpart G) and Part 145 regulations
- Strong attention to detail and organisational skills
- Analytical approach and problem solving skills
- Strong prioritisation and ability to work under pressure
- Flexible approach under rapidly changing circumstances
- Ability to develop and maintain both internal and external relationships
- Ability to negotiate with clients and service providers
- Strong team working skills
The following knowledge, experience and skills would be desirable:
- Current Part M familiarisation training, EWIS, FTS, SMS and HF training
- Experience of CAMP maintenance planning system
- Experience of Part 145
- Maintrol experience
- Experience of working with business jets (Falcon, Embraer, Gulfstream, Bombardier, Hawker, Boeing)
- Knowledge of OTAR, IOMAR and other NAA regulations
- Use of Minimum Equipment List
- Knowledge of EASA Part M Subpart I
- Additional language skills
The AOG desk is a 24/7/365 operation which means the successful candidate will be on a day and night shift pattern which includes weekend and bank holiday cover. There is a possibility for the position to be home-based although candidates must be within 1-2 hours of our office in Duxford, Cambridgeshire, and will be required to attend the office on regular occasions.