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Continuing Airworthiness Junior Officer. Bratislava, Slovakia

Job description, responsibilities and duties

A Continuing Airworthiness Junior Officer is an entry-level professional in the aviation industry responsible for ensuring that aircraft remain airworthy and compliant with aviation regulations throughout their operational life. This role involves monitoring and coordinating maintenance activities, reviewing technical documentation, assisting in the development of maintenance schedules, and ensuring that all maintenance and repairs are performed in accordance with regulatory standards and manufacturer guidelines. The Junior Officer works under the supervision of senior airworthiness staff and collaborates closely with maintenance teams, engineers, and regulatory authorities to maintain the safety and reliability of the fleet.
 

Responsibilities: 

- Performs recording of Flight Hours/cycles from ATLS.
- Plan and control the execution of all maintenance task in accordance with the Approved Maintenance Program (AMP) including Airworthiness Directives and modifications.
- Creates and processes maintenance documents including maintenance records.
- Ensure that the continuing airworthiness management and the installation of any component are in accordance with the Approved Maintenance Program and the requirements of Part-M.
- Prepares draft of the Maintenance Program and Relibility Program, including their revisions.
- Prepares Reliability Reports and the analysis of the effectiveness of the Approved Maintenance Program (AMP).
- Ensures that each Airworthiness Directive (AD), the operational Airworthiness Directives, the requirements for airworthiness issued by the Agency, and other mandatory requirements for continuing airworthiness management issued by Transport Authority in response to the safety problem are recorded, assessed and implemented.
- Ensures that each applicable Service Bulletin (SB) is recorded, assessed and implemented.
- Controls, maintain and distributes instructions for continuing airworthiness in accordance with this exposition.
- Ensures that the modifications and repairs be carried out in accordance with the approved standards.
-Ensures that retention of maintenance record will be performed in accordance with procedures described in this exposition.
-Work with OEMs/Vendors on technical matters within his/her scope of activities.
- Performs assessment of aircraft equipment in accordance with IOSA MNT.1.9.1. including updates.
- Ensures the monitoring of technical requirements of continuing airworthiness issued by EASA Transport Authority and etc., including the necessary documentation for the implementation of mandatory and optional modifications,
- Under authority of nomination is responsible to provide training of ETOPS procedures related to airworthiness and maintenance department, including preparing and maintain Non-Approved or Restricted ETOPS Parts List.
- Manages the "Maintenance Provider List" in case of a technical support request.
- Has responsibility for continuing airworthiness related to ETOPS operations.

Employee perks, benefits

- Attractive and dynamic environment of an airline company.
- Providing a laptop and mobile phone.
- We have our own parking lot.
- Experience your favorite events at the Ondrej Nepela Arena in Bratislava from the comfort of our corporate SKYBOX.
- Refreshment days in the office (seasonal fruits, breakfast, etc.).
- Take advantage of a financial benefit of €100 per year for cultural activities within our Sky Culture program or use them for health or sports purposes within the Fly Fit program!
- MultiSport card.Birthday day off - we gift you a well-deserved rest on your birthday.

Requirements for the employee

Candidates with education suit the position

Follow-up/Higher Professional Education
University student

Educational Specialization

Aeronautical engineer prefered

Language skills

English - Intermediate (B1)

Other knowledge

Microsoft Office - Advanced
OASES - Skillful

Experience in the position/sector

1

Personality requirements and skills

Unrestricted right to live and work in the EU.​

Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
​Ability to work effectively in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
​Commitment to safety and excellence.​

Salary: from 2200 € (brutto)
AirExplore is Slovakia’s largest charter airline providing the most flexible, full-service ACMI solutions worldwide. Based at Bratislava Airport, the airline’s fleet consists of 14 aircraft, including 9 x Boeing 737-800 and 5 x Boeing 737-800F. The company offers its clients modern aircraft, experienced crews, skilled maintenance, and comprehensive insurance coverage.