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Technical Services Manager NUK

Req. Id:  424
Location: 

Gatwick, GB

 

 

We are Norwegian all the way and will be our costumers smart move; we work hard to be the low-cost choice with a high-quality experience. We aim to be the sustainable option and a reliable ride by deliver smart solutions for our customers so they can tailor their journey to their needs. 

 

Make your smart move now and join our team! 

 

 

Could you be our new Technical Services Manager in our UK AOC? You will be responsible for oversight of the Technical management of our UK based B787 fleet and make sure that the performance within the domain is safe and efficient across the Norwegian Group and our group operations resources. You will be a part of our airline operations department and report to the UK Postholder for Continuing Airworthiness.

 


As we come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ‘New Norwegian’ is strongly positioned for success with a completely new management team and very clear strategy. Join us and be part of the Norwegian story!

As Technical Services Manager in NUK, your daily task will be to ensure all maintenance is performed to the approved standard and within the allotted time and in accordance with all applicable regulations and procedures. You will achieve operational excellence by implementing best practises and deliver a high level of productivity. You shall ensure that all Part M activities carried out in our shared service centre (SSC) are acceptable to the UK CAA, by actively improving processes and performance of the shared service function. 

 

 

You will be responsible for 

 

Duties and responsibility in the capacity as Norwegian UK Technical Services Manager in accordance with CAME 0.3.4.5, including:

  • Be a key point of contact with the UK CAA, managing audits and responding to findings.
  • Work alongside the SSC to develop the NUK Aircraft Maintenance Program (AMP) and monitor its effectiveness, ensuring an annual review of the effectiveness of the AMP is conducted.
  • Establish the NUK Reliability Program within the SSC reliability function, and present reliability data for systems and components at the applicable reliability meetings.
  • Monitor the effectiveness of regulations with reference to airworthiness and environmental matters and ensure that appropriate action is taken to fully comply with these matters.
  • Monitor all Airworthiness Directive information from EASA, FAA or other relevant authorities where applicable, ensuring that the SSC correctly interprets and manages these requirements and that they are embodied on UK aircraft where applicable.
  • Evaluate suggestions for improvements and modifications to aircraft, and make sure that all applicable Service Bulletins and Modifications are correctly assessed and embodied on NUK aircraft where applicable.
  • Establish and conduct the corrective actions listed in the section on non-conformities found during internal audits or deviation reports.
  • Ensure that the NUK Technical Department’s library, including registration, revision control, distribution and filing of technical documents and publications, is performed by the SSC and support where necessary
  • Establish and maintain quality and configuration standards for aircraft, accessories and material, working with the SSC
  • Provide Aircraft phase in/out reports & give support to all redelivery and end-of-lease activity for UK aircraft, including management of the Export C of A process if required.
  • Establish and maintain procedures and routines for Engineering & IT’s use of the computerised maintenance system used by the operator, working alongside the SSC to ensure commonality of these procedures
  • Using Group standards and procedures, develop and approve competency assessments for all UK positions and job roles requiring authorisation of the Engineering Part-M organisation. Manage and ensure delivery of the continuation training plan for UK technical employees.
  • Evaluate and monitor Appendix II contracts and follow up contractual obligations.
  • Representing the group Company at various internal and external forums.
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Many of these activities are performed within our Group technical Shared service centre. You will be responsible for collaboration with our shared service team to ensure all the above activities are in place and functioning appropriately.

This job description is not limiting in comparison to other duties, as the Company may consider other duties appropriate to post the position on a permanent or temporary basis

 

 
This job will be for you if

 

  • You can manage the regulator and inspire confidence in your ability to take oversight of performance of our Technical SSC
  • You are result orientated, always looking for ways to improve processes, and have knowledge about Lean thinking and methods, and enjoy working with systems and technology
  • You have the ability to build and develop strong relationships with colleagues and are a strong collaborator, able to take problems to the SSC and develop solutions
  • You are able to make thoughtful decisions 
  • You have the ability to work efficiently in a matrix organisation
  • Have strong communication skills in English, both verbal and written, ensuring effective flow of information in terms of awareness and understanding

 

 

You are our ideal candidate if

 

  • You have the minimum of 5 years’ experience in a technical or quality role within the aviation industry with extensive knowledge of Part M regulatory requirements and the technical functions and activities required to satisfy the regulation
  • Have experience of liaising with the CAA, EASA or another NAA
  • You have technical experience with the ability to see the broader picture of your actions and the financial impact, having a degree or equivalent qualification  / or ‘hands-on’ aircraft maintenance experience

 

 

Join us and enjoy our company benefits

 

  • Competitive company benefits including employee priced tickets
  • Good pension and insurance schemes
  • Positive and exciting place to work 
  • Challenging, variable and dynamic environment

 

 

Do you have any questions? 

If so, please contact:

 

Ole Christian Melhus
Accountable Manager NUK
Phone: +44 7375520407
Email: ole.christian.melhus@norwegian.com 

 

Ross MacFarlane
Postholder NUK
Phone: +44 7753 805511
Email: ross.macfarlane@norwegian.com

 

Erik Width
Talent Acquisition Manager
Phone: +47 9777 05 554
Email: erik.width@norwegian.com

 


So what are you waiting for? Apply now and make your smart career move!


If you are ready to spontaneously combust at the thought of working with us, we want you to click the Apply Now button to complete our online application. You will need to upload a recent copy of your resume with a cover letter and tell us why you want to join us. 

 

 

 

Travel required: Some travelling must be expected 

Application deadline: 27/10/2020 

 

 

About Norwegian

The Norwegian story began over 27 years ago - we were founded in 1993 but only began operating as a low-cost carrier with bigger Boeing 737 aircraft in 2002. Norwegian expanded across the globe as the airline launched short-haul services across Europe and then entered the long-haul sector serving the US, Asia and South America. We operate a modern and fuel-efficient fleet consisting of Boeing 787 Dreamliners and Boeing 737s.

We were the first airline in the world to join the UN Climate Secretariat’s climate action-initiative in 2019, pledging to work systematically to become carbon neutral by 2050.

From being voted for six consecutive years as Europe’s Best Low Cost airline and for five consecutive years as the World’s Best Low Cost Long Haul Airline by Skytrax to winning Airline Program of the Year Europe & Africa for the fourth consecutive year at the 2020 Freddie Awards - In total Norwegian has won over 55 awards for our service, product and innovation in the industry since 2012.

Norwegian has become part of the fabric of Nordic culture and we take great pride in exporting our Nordic values across the world.