Deputy CAM

Rest of Europe
Fiona Healy
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  • Reporting directly to the Continuing Airworthiness Manager
  • Demonstrate Control and oversight of fleet airworthiness day to day
  • First-class quality, with complete dedication to service excellence
The Deputy CAM will assume responsibility for the control and supervision of the subcontractor and ensure compliance with Continued Airworthiness Management Exposition (CAME), Company procedures and EASA Part M (G) regulation.
Key responsibilities: 
  • Reviewing and accepting any subcontracted assessment of Airworthiness Directives/Alert SB’s;
  • Maintaining visibility and oversight of the sub-contractors assessment of OEM Service information;
  • Ensuring all maintenance is carried out on time to an approved organisation, in accordance with the approved Maintenance Programme;
  • Controlling and presenting the aircraft’s Maintenance Programme and its amendments to the competent authority for approval;
  • Reviewing and analysis of the effectiveness of aircraft maintenance programmes and the reliability program as conducted by the sub-contractor;
  • Controlling the approval of modification and repairs and reviewing sub-contractor updates to aircraft records and application of instructions for continued airworthiness and updates to AFM’s;
  • Working together with the sub-contractor to plan and review the intended schedule to assure the correct application of the maintenance program whilst meeting our clients' schedules with minimum possible downtime;
  • Providing expertise in the application of the regulation as applied to the fleets' continued airworthiness;
  • Providing expertise in the application of the regulation as applied to the fleets continued airworthiness;
  • Supporting airworthiness and operational requirements of aircraft entering and leaving the fleet;
  • Supporting the Post holder Part M Continuing Airworthiness Manager (CAM) on a day to day basis in exercising airworthiness management and control of the fleet and contribute to continual improvement;
  • Contributing to amendment and approval of documents approved by the competent authority;
  • Attending mandated meetings in support of the Organisation’s Management Manual (OMM) and the CAME where the CAM cannot attend;
  • Promoting a safety culture and proactively reporting internal occurrences, un-safe practices and support resolution of non-compliances and occurrences;
  • Reviewing the mass and balance statements for quality and suitability as produced by the sub-contractor;
  • Undertaking ARC Review and ARC Extension responsibilities when it doesn’t conflict with the independence of other duties.
Candidate Requirements:
  • An appropriate Part-66 licence or an aeronautical/engineering degree or equivalent from a recognised Technical College or University;
  • Minimum of five years of relevant work experience in maintenance or continuing airworthiness of aircraft;
  • Practical experience and expertise in the application of aviation safety standards and safe operating practices;
  • Knowledge of:
    • Part M and Part 145 regulations,
    • Operational requirements and procedures,
    • Quality/Compliance Systems,
    • Maintenance Practices, Aircraft support programs and warranty constraints affecting airworthiness decisions.
  • Knowledge of usual office software and aviation software (CAMP/CMP/FOS/MS Project);
  • Excellent command of English. A command of German would be an added bonus;
  • Availability and flexibility to cover weekend duties;
  • A high degree of personal integrity, capable of remote working/autonomy/self-motivation;
  • Excellent communication, reporting, and diplomacy;
  • Eligible to work and live in Europe.
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