Maintenance Programmes Engineer | Luton | TUI
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Luton, Bedfordshire, England
Our TUI Airways Maintenance Programmes department create, amend, update, maintain and develop up to 12 maintenance programmes for five TUI Group operators and one 3rd party operator for a fleet of up to 80 Boeing 737NG / 757 / 767 and 787 aircraft.
As Maintenance Programmes Engineer, you will be reviewing changes to the manufacturers’ recommendations, including Maintenance Planning Data (MPD) and their effect on TUI Group Operators customised Maintenance Programme.
Supporting a fleet of over 150 Aircraft, including the state of the art Boeing 787 Dreamliner, our Engineering and Maintenance function supports 5 successful, established Airlines. Our Aircraft take around 24 million TUI Customers on holiday every year and our Engineering and Maintenance function, make that happen! Operating both Line and Base maintenance, Part M and Part 145 along with Supply Chain, Fleet Programme Services and Finance, you have so much scope to develop your career. Our colleagues are based across 9 countries, so if an international opportunities appeal, there’s always possibilities. When it comes to a career in Engineering and Maintenance with TUI, the skies the limit!
How you will make an impact as Maintenance Programmes Engineer
There are many ways for you to get involved:
Liaising with manufacturers in respect of MPD task anomalies.
Researching and reviewing recommendations generated from within TUI Group Operators for changes to Thomson Airways Maintenance Programme.
Preparation of submissions to TUI Group Operators review committee meeting for changes to the Maintenance Programmes.
Undertaking projects and preparing reports as may be directed by the Dept Manager in the preparation or development of Maintenance Programmes.
Producing, amending or enhancing departmental, inter-departmental and company procedures.
Monitor the effectiveness of the Reliability Programme.
Co-ordinating Reliability and Technical Support recommendations for review by the Maintenance Programme Committee.
Participation in manufacture - co-ordinated Industry Steering Committee activities for Maintenance Review Board Report (MRBR) development.
Involvement in aircraft fleet change projects, where acquisitions and disposals require record reviews to define integration check requirements
Organise monthly aircraft Maintenance Programme meeting to present significant aircraft maintenance
What you will bring to TUI as Maintenance Programmes Engineer
There is more than one way to the perfect fit – here are some of the ideal things:
Engineering degree preferred or equivalent relevant work experience
Extensive technical experience in aviation. extensive relevant experience may override need for degree/licence
Knowledge of EASA Part M, Part 145 and MSG2/3 principles
Be able to build working relationships with multiple TUI Group Operators and National Regulatory Authorities
Can work under pressure to react to operational requirements and time constraints
Ability to plan and organise in a methodical and analytical manner.
Numerate and literate, good communicator capable of presenting data and plans
IT literate (MS-Office) and able to work with AMOS would be an advantage
Able to hold a DfT Airside pass
Hold a UK passport and full driving licence
- Full time
Posted 13 Feb 2020
Closes 13 Mar 2020
This job was posted to: Licensed aircraft engineer, Maintenance manager