- Location:Dublin, Ireland
- Employment type:Full-time
Ryanair is currently recruiting for an ACAM Engineer to join our Technical Services team based in Dublin. This is a permanent role.
As ACAM Engineer you will work as part of our engineering team and to ensure the highest engineering standard for our fleet of over 575 aircraft.
Ensure ACAM, ARC and SAFA/SACA finding are closed on time to the satisfaction of the Airworthiness Review Inspectors or NAAs.
Ensure that root cause is identified and that appropriate preventative actions are implemented to prevent reoccurrence. Root cause identification provides exposure to many facets of engineering activity.
Work with Ryanair Group MROs and Engineering staff to implement systematic changes to prevent findings and reoccurrence of issues.
Liaise with other departments in Engineering and Flight Operations to ensure preventative actions are implemented with a comprehensive approach.
Liaise with the IAA and other National Aviation Authorities about findings and proposed corrective action plans.
Administer MEL amendments for all Ryanair Group AOCs in collaboration with other departments in Engineering and Flight Operations.
Liaise with the group National Aviation Authorities to support approval of the MEL.
Previous experience in a Technical Services / CAMO / Compliance role an advantage.
Technical Knowledge of the Boeing 737NG aircraft. Airbus A320 an advantage.
Understanding of EASA Part M/CAMO and Part 145 regulations.
Experience writing and reviewing technical instructions.
Systematic approach to problem-solving. Lateral thinker who can find areas of potential improvement and provide solutions.
Strong project management and communication skills.
Computer literate with strong working knowledge of MS Office.
Proven organizational skills with ability to manage multiple priorities at one time and make decisions in a busy, fast-paced environment.
Discounted and unlimited travel to over 230 destinations
Defined Contribution Pension Scheme
Death in Service Benefit – Up to 2 times of annual basic salary
20 Days Annual Leave – Increasing to 22 days after 12 months and 25 days after 3 years of continuous service.
Option for up to 5 additional unpaid leave days per year
Cycle 2 Work Scheme
Unrivalled career progression