Storm Aviation is a leading international line maintenance provider, operating 24-hour comprehensive support for commercial aircraft operators.
Our engineers provide fully customised services in line maintenance and AOG support across Europe, Asia and Africa. As a truly independent MRO we are able to adapt our approach to respond to rapidly changing requirements, while also carrying out our work to the highest standards.
Reporting to the Paints & Projects Manager the Certifying engineer will carry out certification on aircraft paint inputs/outputs/additional tasks at all paint locations as necessary on the aircraft assigned to them.
- To carry out certification of work carried out in accordance with the scope and privileges of the authorisation held and in accordance with the Storm MOE.
- Supervise staff, in conjunction with a leading mechanic, allocated to the aircraft that the Certifying engineer is accountable for.
- Ensure that any significant findings that could affect the aircraft delivery are reported to the Paints & Projects manager as soon as possible.
- To provide oversight and certification as the 145 provider for aircraft painting at various 3rd party paint organisations at various locations.
- Ensure that work is carried out in the most efficient manner to ensure the aircraft turnaround times are met.
- To ensure continuity of work by completing the handover log and being available to give a handover at the shift change.
- Ensure spares are identified and provisioned in the most time efficient manner so as to avoid any delays in rectification.
- Ensure the bay production boards are updated on a regular basis reflecting aircraft progress, critical items, time line and personnel.
- Maintain an awareness of Human Factors and ensure Health and Safety standards are of the highest possible and in line with the Company Safety Manual.
- Raise safety reports are raised following any incidents or identification of any hazards.
- Ensure that the Bay and immediate work areas are clean and tidy and that the hangar housekeeping bay audits are completed on a daily basis.
- Ensuring that staffs are correctly booked on to the system so that hours expended are recorded accurately.
- Carry out any other duties as reasonably requested by Storm.
- Must have the right to work in the UK
- Hold a current and valid EASA Part 66 B1 Licence
- Can prove type rating recency of at least 6 months in the last 24 on the essential types required for the role
- Hold a Human Factors Certificate
- Have extensive knowledge of Line Maintenance activities with hands on working experience.
- Ability to work a shift pattern including nights and weekends where necessary.
- Good standard of written/ spoken English including the ability to interact at a technical level.
- Good standard of computer skills and the use of Microsoft word and Excel spread sheets.
The role is based in the paint Base Stations NWI & SEN. There will be the requirement to travel between paint stations TLS/CHR/SNN/HAM to support as required, dependent of where the role is required.
The following type approvals are essential for the role
- Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 (CFM56)
- Airbus A319/A320/A321 (IAE PW1100G)
- Airbus A319/A320/A321 (IAE V2500
- Airbus A319/A320/A321 (CFM LEAP-1A)
- Boeing 737 (CFM56)
You must have the right to work in the UK – Proof will be required at the scheduling interview stage
- Day Shifts
- 5% employer contribution to pension
- 3 x Life assurance
- 240 hours annual leave per annum
- Flexible working patterns to suit work/life balance
- In house training programmes to develop and promote within
To apply for this role, please click the link and upload the following:
- a copy of your CV
- a copy of your Licence
- a copy of your log books
- a copy of your passport