INTERNSHIP IN HELICOPTER AIRWORTHINESS (m / f)
You will join a team of 100 people within the "Initial Airworthiness" department in charge of helicopter certification. Your internship will consist of contributing to the harmonization and optimization of the helicopter certification process between the Marignane and Donauworth sites.This internship will begin in February 2021 (date subject to flexibility) and will last 6 months.
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Analysis of methods for demonstrating compliance with the certification requirements implemented on the latest generation helicopters (H175 / H160) for the configuration available to the customer (Compliance Record Document H / C)
- Proposal to set up a similar process for legacy devices as well as for devices from the German range
- Analysis of the gaps between the certification processes in Marignane and Donauworth
- Proposal of adaptations to converge processes, including at the tool level (NECTAR)
- Analysis of the various EASA Certification Review items in the 'Means of compliance' category applicable to latest generation devices
- Proposal for changes to the certification process in order to integrate these CRIs into the Airbus Helicopters standards
HELICOPTER AIRCRAFT ENGINEERS MECHANICS) (m / f)
We require the assistance of individuals that are capable of operating in a team environment, that are able to work in a high load environment are punctual and reliable. We offer a qualification-based salary, a pleasant work environment and an interesting field of activity.
License conversion from fixed wing to rotary wing is available
- Engineers (mechanics) with a valid EASA Part 66 license.
- Preferred EASA B1.3 License
- Preferred type ratings: AS350/355, MD902, Bell 412, EC135, EC145, AS332L,L1
Remuneration as per collective agreement, higher salary based upon qualification.
CREW TRAINING MANAGER RW (m / f)
LUXEMBOURG AIR RESCUE
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Implement the policy, standards and procedures into all training, examination and checking, in coordination with the Flight Operations Manager
- Ensure the safe and efficient conduct of all pilot/TCM trainings, in accordance with the regulations Part-Ops, Part-FCL and Luxembourgish law
- Enable safe conduct of training/check flights
- Monitor validities of trainings
- Ascertain that all instructors/examiners are suitably qualified to conduct trainings/checkings
- Implement legal requirements, maintain, revise and distribute OM Part D
- Set-up training and checking program in close cooperation with Flight Operations Manager
- Define norms and standards for training and qualification of crews, instructors and examiners
- Obtain approval for training programs, examinations and proficiency checks from the Authorities
- Train, examine and check current Commanders, Technical Crew Members to the standards mentioned in the OM Part D
- Assure that traceable training records are made as required by the relevant Authority and laid down in the OM
- Plan and publish sufficient amounts of initial and recurrent training in a timely manner
- Ensure the availability of a sufficient number of properly qualified instructors and examiners
- Ensure the availability of sufficient training aids, facilities and contracted courses
- Organize and have executed the planned recurrent training and checking programs
- Organize and have executed the planned amount of initial training in coordination with the flight operations manager
- Coordinate flight safety and operational training items with the HoT, the TRIs, TREs and LTCs
ENGINEER FOR NEW TECHNOLOGIES (m / f)
Office of Civil Aviation OFAC
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Support the ID unit in the processing of operational clearances for aircraft without occupants
- Apply and develop the SORA (Specific Operations Risk Assessment) assessment method and the new regulations relating to UTM / U-Space (U space)
- Build up technical knowledge in the form of analyzes and evaluations of future technologies with particular emphasis on aircraft without occupants
- Collaborate with other departments within and outside the federal government to support oversight and regulatory efforts in the area of unoccupied aircraft
- Represent the office in relevant national and international activities (e.g. standards bodies)
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