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Powerplant Engineer

Req. Id:  288
Location: 

Lysaker, 02, NO, 13366

The Engineering Department in Norwegian is part of the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation responsible for the 737 & 787 fleets for Norwegian Air Norway (NAN), Norwegian Air Sweden (NSE), Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) and Norwegian Air Resources (NAR). The department also perform engineering duties on behalf of other Norwegian subsidiary AOCs.

 
We are looking for a highly motivated candidate with the ability to work within an intense, high-paced work environment. We offer an exciting, challenging and educational work in a pleasant environment. The department is looking for a Powerplant Engineer to join the Power plant team based at Fornebu, reporting to the Engineering Manager.

 

Tasks:
•    Ensure that the Norwegians engines, APUs, equipment and support material is operated in accordance with the actual rules and regulation from the EASA, and type certificate holder. Propose and setup specification / modification / troubleshooting accordance with the Norwegian group standard.
•    Support Norwegian operators MROs with troubleshooting and maintenance and supporting document.
•    Make necessary action for establishing and continuously updating the Engine and APU maintenance requirements for all individual aircraft in the MMS.
•    Perform Engine Health Monitoring (EHM) on own and customers engines as applicable.
•    Control and oversight of subcontracted continuing airworthiness activities performed by approved EASA Part M & Part 145 organisations, in accordance with EASA Part M Subpart G.
•    Monitor ETOPS compliance on the Norwegian fleet.
•    Maintain quality and configuration standards for NAS/NAN/NSE and other Norwegian subsidiary AOCs (aircraft, accessories and material).
•    As deemed necessary, establish contact with applicable manufacturers of aircraft, engines, accessories and materials of interest for NAS/NAN/NSE and other Norwegian subsidiary AOCs.
•    Additional duties as assigned by the company.


Qualifications: 
•    Minimum an Engineering Bachelor of Science degree, Aeronautical engineering is an advantage or significant work experience on CFM56, CFM LEAP and/or Rolls Royce Trent 1000 engines.
•    Good knowledge of aircraft engines or gas turbines.
•    Preferably 3 years working experience in aviation or similar fields.
•    Knowledge of aircraft documentation and manuals (AMM, IPC, CMMs etc.) and related documents like (ADs, SBs, SILs etc.).
•    Preferably knowledge of aircraft systems.
•    Experience in an M&E (Maintenance and Engineering) system/software, preferably AMOS.
•    Knowledge of aviation regulation, especially EASA Part-M and Part-145.
•    Must be fluent in both written and spoken English and a Scandinavian language.


Personal skills: 
•    Team player with ability to work unsupervised.
•    Computer skills in MS Project, Microsoft Office.
•    Strong communication skills and proven problem solving/analytical skills.


We offer: 
•    Competitive company benefits including employee priced tickets and share saving program.
•    Good pension and insurance schemes.
•    Positive and exciting place to work in a global expanding organization.
•    Challenging, variable and dynamic environment.

 

 

Travel required:  

Application deadline: 09.02.2020 

Norwegian Air Shuttle is the fifth largest low-cost carrier in the world with around 11,000 dedicated colleagues globally. Our customers can choose from over 500 routes to more than 150 destinations in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and Thailand, as well as North and South America.The company is headquartered in Norway and was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in 2003. Today, Norwegian has around 160 aircraft and sports one of the world's youngest and greenest fleets with an average age of just 3,8 years.
Norwegian has been voted 'Europe's Best Low-Cost Airline' by passengers for sis consecutive years at the SkyTrax World Airline Awards 2013-2018, along with being named the 'World's Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline' for the past six years.