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"Airline Airworthiness Inspector - Wellington, New Zealand"
- From: "Stephen Irwin" <stepheni@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2004 02:22:02 -0600
Title: Airline Airworthiness Inspector
Location: Wellington, New Zealand
Salary: NZ$55,000-60,000+ per annum DOE/DOQ
Industry: Regulatory Agency
As part of a team be responsible for processing the entry and exit of air
operator, maintenance, supply and training organisations through various
iterations of aviation documents, approvals to the sector that provides
maintenance, supply and training services to airlines. Provide advice to
industry contacts and create consensus with clients for buy in to new rules
through your strong influencing skills.
1. Must hold or have held an ICAO 1 or 2 licence.
2. Bachelors in Engineering or NZ Certificate of Engineering and/or
equivalent or be able to receive engineering certification through NZQA.
3. At least 5 years' related and relevant industry experience.
4. Membership and/or registration with a relevant professional body
that has an equivlanet within NZ.
5. Demonstrated understanding of the maintenance procedures and
administrative requirements for airworthiness.
6. Excellent technical skills and expertise in the areas of quality
assurance, technical services, planning, production (heavy maintenance, line
maintenance, engine and component overhaul) and inventory control.
7. Good negotiation, communcation team orientated and influencing
8. Good customer presence that includes a high level of professionalism
How to apply
Please email your CV to resumes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx for prompt and
confidential consideration. All qualified candidates worldwide are
encouraged to apply.
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