Powerplant Manager


Maintenance and Engineering

Full Time



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My European airline client is growing at a fast rate and is now seeking a Powerplant Manager in Spain.

This role would suit someone who is keen to join a vibrant and multi-cultural team, in a challenging and high growth environment.

The role reports to the airline Technical Director.

Main Powerplant Manager responsibilities:

  • Oversee and control the airline’s engine fleet
  • Develop & oversee Engine Change Plan in conjunction with CAMO
  • Supervise engines work scope from shop, and perform Engine shop visit follow ups
  • Manage Engine Shop costs and cost projections
  • Deal with aircraft lessors to manage the airline’s obligations
  • Ensure sufficient spare engines availability as the fleet grows
  • Provide immediate assistance, advice & technical support to the Technical Director, Maintenance Manager & MCC
  • Help analyse the effectiveness of the maintenance programme
  • Ensure that the applied mods or repairs have been approved in accordance with Annex (Part21) to Regulation (EC) No 1194/2009
  • Issue of engineering orders & bulletins
  • Support the preparation of end of lease phase out & until aircraft phase in is complete
  • Ensure the aircraft are compliant and that financial exposure is minimised and managed accordingly

Ideal candidate profile:

  • Master’s degree in Aircraft Engineering or equivalent
  • 5 years’ experience working in an engineering CAMO environment
  • EASA Part 66 Cat C or B1 license holder desirable
  • A320 experience, Level 3 course desirable
  • CFM training
  • Experience in working with Airbus manuals & data sources
  • Good knowledge of EASA regulations
  • Fluency in English is essential
  • Previous experience within an EASA-OPS approved organisation, plus familiarity with EASA Part M requirements
  • Experience in dealing with AESA and EASA on airworthiness matters
  • Methodical, service-oriented with an analytic mind
  • Attentive to detail without losing sight of the whole airline operation picture
  • Able to work under pressure

Additional information:

  • Candidates must already hold the right to live and work in Spain at the time of application. No sponsorships are provided

If you are interested in applying for this position, and you meet the above requirements, please apply immediately.

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