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Job Description

As the Maintenance Operations Controller you will maintain Oversight of all operational maintenance activities, ensuring Continued Airworthiness and Safety Management, utilising technical expertise and industry experience. You will be able to demonstrate a high level of technical knowledge with the A320 series A/C; coordinating aircraft rescues and defect rectification to ensure prompt return to service to maximize aircraft availability. You will be competent in the use of Aircraft Maintenance Documentation in addition to computer-based reporting and recording systems.
About the role
  • Maintain an accurate and objective daily log of maintenance events and ensure continuity of information across shifts
  • Liaise closely with Network Control to ensure aircraft meet scheduled departure slots
  • Ensure the maintenance plan is carried out as required by all contracted maintenance providers
  • Ensure appropriate legislative and company procedures are adhered to; to remain compliant
  • Identify and recommend operational performance improvements
  • Liaise with all other internal departments as well as the OEM’s, to provide continuous fleet and operational performance improvements
  • To provide, as requested, on-site support at the line stations during AOG recovery
  • Assist our networks of engineering support to interpret OEM and company documentation to aid troubleshooting or defect rectification
  • To develop and enhance processes and procedures to effectively contribute to improved aircraft availability
  • Ensure thorough written and verbal handovers of current events are delivered to the oncoming shift
  • Ownership and Delivery. Has a clear focus to deliver results, working to targets, reviewing progress and adapting their plans accordingly, motivating themselves/the team to achieve
  • Innovation and Change. Is open to new ways of doing things and questions existing approaches, views change as an opportunity, comfortable working in a dynamic and ambiguous environment
  • Building Relationships. Expresses ideas confidently and clearly, builds positive and constructive relationships with others, gets to know colleagues within their own team and supports them to ensure team goals are achieved
  • Developing talent. Looks at new challenges as an opportunity to learn, takes ownership for own development and is aware of their strengths and weaknesses, looks for feedback from others about own performance
About you
  • Hold UK/EASA Part 66 B1 or B2 license with ability to gain easyJet company Type authorisations
  • Have a minimum of 5 years operational experience in a line/Base maintenance environment and ideally with a recent Maintenance Control background
  • Extensive Airbus A320 A/C family experience essential
  • Proven experience in a supervisory role within aviation engineering
  • Good knowledge of both Part 145 regulations and Airline Part CAMO requirements, with knowledge of CAA, EASA and FOCA legislation
  • Good understanding of maintenance schedules
  • Be able to gain and hold a Luton airside pass
  • Ability to communicate to a wide community of both internal and external suppliers and customers
  • Knowledge of AMOS IT system would be beneficial
  • High standard of Leadership/organisational skills and time management
  • Knowledge of when to escalate and subsequently communicate developing issues to management
  • High degree of customer focus – both internal and external
  • Able to work effectively in a team, as well as independently, across all levels of the organisation
  • Willingness to be flexible in order to meet deadlines and overcome Operational problems and embrace change and drive improvements within the business
  • Competitive base salary
  • Up to 20% bonus
  • 32 days leave inclusive of bank holidays
  • BAYE, SAYE & Performance share schemes
  • 7% pension
  • Life Assurance
  • Flexible benefits package
  • Excellent staff travel benefits
To be considered for this position, you must have the right to live and work in the United Kingdom.