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Airworthiness Officer

Virgin Australia - Perth, WA

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JOB DESCRIPTION

GET TO KNOW US



We know what sets Virgin Australia Regional Airlines apart is our people and the drive that we all have to make a real difference for our guests. Our culture encourages innovation whilst ensuring that our guests remain the focus of our business. We deliver a highly professional and polished service, whilst ensuring that we are safe in everything that we do. We want dedicated people who are passionate about customer service and ready for the challenge of working in a challenging environment.


The reality is that being a team member of the Virgin Australia Group involves hard work but is very rewarding. Our people are at the cornerstone of the business and their award winning service to every guest every day is putting the magic back into flying.


GET TO KNOW THE ROLE


Virgin Australia Regional Airlines Continuing Airworthiness Maintenance Organisation (CAMO) team is responsible for ensuring all Virgin Australia Regional Airlines aircraft maintain regulatory compliance and high operational performance standard with safety at the forefront.


The objective of the of the Airworthiness Officer (AO) role is to perform and ensure the aircraft Approved Maintenance Program (AMP) is up-to-date with amendments from the Aircraft Manufacturers, Regulatory Authorities, Vendors and Airworthiness & Fleet Engineering sections within VARA. The AO is responsible for ensuring that all AMP Tasks are entered as Engineering Controls and Task Cards in the CAMO Maintenance Information System (MIS) as required and are scheduled correctly.


The AO is also responsible for ensuring the continuing airworthiness records of each aircraft are examined and determine that the requirements of CASR (1998) Subpart 42.I are met in order to issue or extend an Airworthiness Review Certificate. The AO is required to record and report any discrepancies and ensure appropriate action is taken before the issue or extension of an Airworthiness Review Certificate.


LET'S GET TO KNOW YOU


The successful candidate for this role will require:


  • Have a qualification in aircraft maintenance at least at Certificate IV level or equivalent; or
  • Hold, or have held, an aircraft engineer license in category B1, B2 or C; or equivalent; or
  • Have an engineering qualification at least at diploma level in any of the following disciplines: aeronautical; avionics; mechanical; electrical; electronics
  • At least 2 years’ experience in an airworthiness role
  • Continuous Improvement and Strategic Focus
  • Critical Thinking and Analysis
  • Organisational and Social Commitment
  • An understanding of reliability based Aircraft Maintenance Systems
  • A thorough knowledge of Australian Aviation Regulations for aircraft maintenance