Aero Norway AS, based in Sola, next to Stavanger in Norway, is an engine MRO facility focusing on repair and maintenance services for CFM56-3, CFM56-5B and 7B engines.
200 plus highly skilled employees, a worldwide customer base, 100 plus annual shop visits, USD 205 Million Annual turnover, 30 plus years’ experience, over 1.500 CFM56 shop visits, future LEAP engine capabilities planned, extended in house repair capabilities, and an on time delivery record in 2019 are a the relevant characteristics of Aero Norway.
Main duties and responsibilities
- Perform QEC system testing, i.e., electrical inspection of components and wiring on CFM56 engines.
- Carry out inspection and perform repair/overhaul of parts/components within area of responsibility and in accordance with approved data (manuals, procedures and customer requirements) The work shall be documented
- Decide, in accordance with acceptance criteria, weather components/harness/fire overheat detectors are in serviceable condition or not, and specify necessary repair to be carried out.
Create external repair orders for parts we don't have capability to repair
- Perform troubleshooting/repair/testing according to approved data (manuals, procedures, and customer requirements)
- Ensure that tools and equipment are calibrated and in working order and that only calibrated equipment is used for performance of the work
- Evaluate procedures to analyze and improve the overhaul of aircraft engines and help reduce TAT
- Ensure that components are registered and approved in the Aero Norway Capability list before the work is started
- Ensure that all work has been performed and signed for correctly
- Perform work in compliance with all applicable regulations and requirements, attend quality related training, and at all-time comply with the company quality policy
- Be proactive to help improve all aspects
- Assist in other departments when needed
- Actively contribute to achievement of Aero Norway AS goals
- Perform work in compliance with all applicable EH&S requirements, attend EH&S training, use prescribed personal protective equipment, exercise caution and otherwise contribute to preventing injury and illness
- Minimum 2 years of relevant aviation experience in Electrical or Avionics
- Degree in mechanical or aerospace engineering
- Solution orientated, structured and ability to incorporate improvements
- Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment
- Proactive and independent working methods
- Adaptable to work on multiple tasks
- Have excellent problem-solving skills
- Ability to interact with people from different level of the organization
- Proficient in English language, both written and verbal
- Methodical work attitude
We can offer:
- The opportunity to learn and develop your career in an exciting industry.
- You will feel fully involved in the day-to-day operations of the business and will be able to influence the continued success and growth of a rapidly growing organization.
- Whilst we all work very hard, we have a culture that’s positive and professional.
- A proactive approach to constantly improving processes to ensure a rewarding working day and a good work life balance.
Women are encouraged to apply.
Normal working hours: 07.00 -15.00 Monday to Friday
Flexible working hours: 30 minutes flexible working hours related to normal working hours
Starting date: As soon as possible
Submit your CV and application within January 7th, 2024.