For our Budapest office we are currently looking for colleague to join our team as
Maintenance Control Centre Duty Engineer
24/7 monitoring of aircraft technical status in order to minimize time to rectification of MEL items and deferred defects.
To provide immediate real time expert advice and guidance to the Airline’s pilots on interpretation of the MEL dispatch and technical trouble shooting. The role is the primary interface between the maintenance department and the flight crew on a day to day basis.
The role will also ensure correct 24 hrs short term maintenance planning and AOG recovery.This includes the support to operations control to minimise schedule disruption.
The role reports to the MCC supervisor, and ultimately to the Head of Engineering and Maintenance.
Specific activities include
Create a 3 days plan of all line and light maintenance activity on the Airline’s fleet, incorporating all routine and non-routine work this plan will detail exactly when and where the work will take place.
Work with OCC (operations control centre) to update the maintenance plan as a result of changes to the day to day operation.
Ensure compliance with all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements, including daily and weekly checks. This includes also monitoring all aircraft condition data to understand status of the fleet, and develop necessary actions to rectify findings and areas of non compliance.
Initially, aircraft condition data will be obtained from post-flight reports once ACARS data transfer is working effectively and Airman is installed, all condition data will be sent via ACARS, and downloaded into Airman for analysis.
Monitor all deferred defects across the fleet and ensure plans are in place to rectify each within the allowed time limit
Track and analyse repetitive and recurring defects across the fleet Liaise with flight crews to understand and advise on technical arisings as and when they happen.
Liaise with maintenance suppliers at each base to understand and advise on technical arisings as and when they happen. Ensure maintenance resource is located for all non-scheduled arisings in the most expeditious manner possible.
Manage the AOG recovery process including AOG spares request initiation and follow up.
Assure precise and ontime communication regarding all techncial related schedule disruptions.
EASA PART-66 CAT-B1 or CAT-B2 certified on A320 family
Five years relevant work experience, in depth troubleshooting experience desirable
Previous experience within a JAR-OPS 1 approved organization, and familiarity with EASA Part M and Part 145 requirements
Previous maintenance control and/or line maintenance experience would be an advantage
High school, college or university degree is a must
Good communication skills
Ability to work in intense environment
Fluent English essential, Hungarian and/or Polish desirable
Work environment requirements
Shift work time system, including night shifts
If you meet the above requirements, and you are interested in joining the great Wizz Air team to assume the role of MCC engineer, please send your CV to us by September 30th.