“We Make It Fly”
To handle technical and industrial activities on external customer aircraft through W/P
Implementation and accomplishment of:-
AD (Airworthiness Directives)
AOT (All Operators Telex)
AP (Airbus Procedure)
RI (Repair Instruction)
SB (Service Bulletin)
TA (Technical Adaptation)
TD (Technical Disposition)
WOTD (Work Order Technical Definition)
To perform major and complex repair projects for Airlines and Maintenance Repair Organisation (MRO’s) outside of their operating scope of work, technical ability and expertise. Including but not limited to incidental and fleet wide repairs.
Provide continued support and input though involvement and Return On Experience ROE for the development, improvement and testing of future modifications and associated equipment/tooling. Provide On Job Training OJT for the development and improved expertise of Airbus employees from other entities and NATCO’s.
Advisory capability, (for profit and none profit contracts) Individual to support, guide and assist customers, Airlines and MRO’s with Airbus customer support skills and extensive unequivocal technical knowledge for all Airbus variants and legacy aircraft, in order to perform a given task on their Aircraft. In scheduled or unscheduled situations during maintenance or repair activities or AOG situations.
Technical Publications understanding, Including clarification and explanation of AD’s, AOT’s, AP’s, RI’s, SB’s, TA’s,TD’s WOTD’s etc).
Assist the operator to establish relevant reporting methods and the correct recording documentation to be submitted.
Troubleshooting and fault finding recommendations.
Assist and advise on equipment and tooling utilization and application.
Interface between the airline/MRO operator and Airbus by means of top level meetings with all aspects of technical staff and Management, Engineering and Planning departments.
Be available as Airbus technical representative and point of contact on or off site at all times during agreed contractual period.
Formally qualified Mechanic and hold qualification to a recognized national agency (e.g. City & Guilds)
Fully trained to CAAC Part 145 requirements as defined by the Airbus Aircraft Maintenance Organization (AMO)
Type training or equivalent experience on AIB aircraft families.
Chinese and English read, written, spoken. (other language would be a plus)
Flexible to travel worldwide
Available to work on any shift working pattern.
Experience of working on all Airbus programs
Basic competence in a production environment
Previous experience of working as a skilled mechanic in customer service roles is essential