Do you have 5 years' experience in a CAMO environment, dealing with commercial and private aircraft clients?
An Aviation engineering support company is looking for a Compliance Monitoring Manager to join their team based at Stansted.
As an EASA Part 66 Licensed professional you will establish a Compliance Monitoring Programme for all areas of contracted maintenance support.
Within the role you will:
ensure that the Compliance Monitoring System is effective in its application and any follow up actions required addressing findings;
monitor compliance with Part-CAMO and Part-M;
ensure establishment, revision and distribution control of the CAME;
liaise and communicate with the relevant competent authorities.
Monitor all items carried out by the nominated Continuing Airworthiness staff as follows, by ensuring:
the continuing airworthiness of all aircraft and the serviceability of all operational and emergency equipment;
the establishment and development of the continuing airworthiness policy and the approved maintenance programme as required by Part-M M.A.302, ensuring that aircraft Line and Base maintenance is completed in a timely manner and by approved AMOs;
analyse the effectiveness of the Maintenance Programme as required by Part-M M.A.301(e) & Appendix 1 to AMC M.A.302; ensuring the adequacy and efficiency of maintenance planning and technical follow up;
ensuring mandatory modification and repairs are completed in line with approved standards and establishment of a policy for embodiment of non-mandatory modifications;
embodiment of ADs or any other airworthiness requirements made mandatory by the NAA, CAA or EASA;
reporting of technical incidences and major discrepancies to the authorities and the aircraft manufacturers;
review and implementation, as appropriate, of any additional CAA/NAA requirements;
that the Certificate of Airworthiness for each aeroplane operated by the company remains valid;
initiate, or perform the airworthiness review, by acting as Airworthiness or Review Staff (ARS) to issue an ARC or send the recommendation to the responsible register NAA;
maintenance of accurate records and documentation related to compliance activities, audits, and corrective actions
guidance and training is provide to CAMO staff regarding regulatory requirements, compliance procedures, and best practices;
opportunities for process improvement and enhancement of compliance programmes are identified and implemented whilst maintain or enhancing compliance standards;
SB assessments and liaison with customer for recommendation are carried out;
all defects are rectified;
the relationship with the approved Part 145 maintenance contractor(s) is maintained;
tender management; requesting quotes, presenting offers to the client, control/review of invoices;
The generation of periodic reports for senior management detailing compliance performance, identified issues, and recommendations for improvement.
Ideally EASA Part 66 Licensed, you will have prior experience working in a CAMO environment dealing with commercial and private aircraft clients. Essential to this role is your detailed knowledge of EASA Part-M/145 regulations including Human Factors as well as auditing techniques to include planning, conducting and reporting. As well implementing this knowledge across a broad range of aircraft - including Airbus, Boeing, Gulfstream and Bombardier