Aircraft preparation prior to the flight mission.
General assistance to cockpit- and cabin crew.
Pre- and post-flight inspections.
Report any technical defects to the CAMO department.
Assist to coordinate ground handling of aircraft with ground handling agent.
Fly on aircraft as crewmember when requested by flight operations.
Line-maintenance tasks - scheduled and unscheduled - as per work orders issued by the CAMO department and under the supervision and authorization of the MRO.
Trouble shooting and defect rectification as per work orders and instructions of the CAMO department and supervision and authorization of the MRO
Assist the MRO procurement in the ordering of spare parts to meet both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements in-line with the instructions of the CAMO department.
Liaise, together with the CAMO department, with OEM technical service representatives in relation to aircraft technical issues.
Assist in the processing of paperwork as per the procedures of the MRO and forward completed work packages to the MRO.
Assist to maintain ground support equipment assigned to the aircraft operation in good working order and monitor calibration status where applicable.
If so authorised by the QAM of the MRO, the authorisation holder must comply with all applicable FAA Repair Station Manual, Quality Control Manual, Training Program Manual policy and the instructions within the associated Technical Procedures
When exercising any repair station inspection and certification functions, the holder is acting on behalf of the post holder quality (FAA Repair Station Chief Inspector).
Other ad hoc duties required by the operation of the aircraft and as ordered by the CAMO
EASA Part 66 B1/B2 License is preferred
+10 years of general aircraft maintenance experience
With +4 years of aircraft maintenance experience in Business Aviation
With +2 years of aircraft maintenance experience on Gulfstream G650
Fluent in both spoken and written English
Willing to travel