Airworthiness Officer

Job Location: Takoradi
Job Type: Full Time
Job Category: Oil and Gas

Job description:

The Continuing Airworthiness Officer is responsible for communication between the company’s airworthiness department and the maintenance center. He ensures that the PART-145 has all the data needed to plan and perform the maintenance.

He will be responsible for:

  • Editing the maintenance forecast for the PART-145.
  • The edition of work orders for the PART-145.
  • Ensuring that the contracted PART-145 has the necessary approvals to perform maintenance tasks.
  • Ensuring that the PART-145 has acknowledged receipt of the forecast and work orders.
  • Verifying that work reports are correctly completed, and that critical work has been checked as well as the vital points.
  • Verifying that the Approval to Return to Service (ARS) has been correctly mentioned on the documents.
  • Verifying that the pre-flight check has been correctly signed by the crew and that the opened MEL item(s) has(have) been accepted.
  • Completes monthly the airframe and engine logbooks of the authority.
  • Sending monthly reports to the aircraft owners.
  • Control and update of maintenance data.
  • Requests for modifications and repairs acceptance.
  • Requests for exceptional authorizations.
  • Development and update of the Continuing Airworthiness Manual Exposition (CAME).
  • Development and update of Maintenance Manuals.
  • Notification and analysis of safety events in relation with the Quality Manager.
  • Preparing and monitoring requests for renewal of airworthiness documents including the CoA, RL, etc.
  • CAM audits/inspections carried out by GCAA as well as closure of findings.
  • Classification and registration of a new aircraft.
  • Monitoring engines performance in relation to CAMP.
  • Follow up authorities and customers audit.

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