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Planning Engineer at Arik Air Nigeria

Founded in 2006, Arik Air is West Africa’s biggest airline. Centered at the commercial hub airport of one of the world’s foremost developing economies, Arik Air presently serves an ever-growing route network of vital cities in Nigeria, Africa, Europe, and the US. Arik Air has a modern fleet of 28 aircraft. They are hiring to fill the following positions described below.

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Job Title: Planning Engineer

Location: Lagos
Department: Technical
Reporting to: Supervisor Maintenance Planning and Production Control
Direct reports: N/A

Principal Accountabilities

  • Planning of all Arik Air Limited’s aircraft maintenance events to ensure Airworthiness of Arik Air Limited’s fleet of aircrafts
  • Ensure that all planned maintenance events are done in accordance with the authority’s (NCAA) regulations (NIG. CARs)
  • Prepare and distribute applicable work orders required for work packages and customized task cards for the accomplishment of maintenance tasks (scheduled and unscheduled) and create flow charts for checks.
  • Prepare materials, tools and equipment, man-power requirements of scheduled maintenance works and coordinate with an applicable section to ensure availability of the aforestated items and ensure sufficient aircraft ground time for tasks to be accomplished
  • Review completed paperwork of assigned work order and work packages for accuracy and completeness and ensure the completed work is updated into the system and signed paperwork delivered to aircraft records
  • Prepare weekly aircraft, engines and components status and forecast for the next 30 days of all scheduled maintenance
  • Development and preparation of project plans and project critical path analysis
  • Prepare long term, mid and short term maintenance forecast for Arik Air Limited’s fleet and distribute to all concerned.
  • Review Engineering Orders (EOs), Airworthiness Directives (ADs), Service Bulletins (SBs) and other manufacturer documents to ascertain materials, manpower and processes required for the accomplishment of work instructions specified in these documents are available
  • Monitor and ensure update of CAMO Software (OASES)
  • Prepare and generate the cost of all maintenance tasks on man-hour calculations.
  • Coordinate with MCC and Supply Chain on Open deferred defects (MEL and Non-MEL) to ensure timely closure
  • Prepare reports essential in maintaining the Airworthiness of the company’s fleet of aircrafts
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by respective Supervisors.

Qualifications and Experience

  • A Higher National Diploma (HND)/ Bachelor’s Degree in an Engineering field or a holder of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s License.
  • 2-3 years of experience of work within an airline Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering unit with at least 1 year in maintenance planning.

Person Specifications:

  • Excellent communication skills – verbal and written.
  • Ability to meet assigned project deadlines with self-directed decision making confidence.
  • Excellent organizational skills & good team player.
  • High standard of computer literacy.

Working Relationship:
This role relates to all Baggage Handlers, Duty Managers, Turnaround Coordinators, Station managers

  • Supervisor Maintenance Planning and Production Control
  • Manager – Maintenance Planning and Production Control
  • Supervisor – Maintenance Programmes & Reliability
  • Engineering Manager
  • Technical Records officers
  • Maintenance Service Providers
  • Line Maintenance Engineers
  • Quality Department
  • MROs
  • MCC
  • Supply Chain etc

Application Closing Date
29th November 2019.

How to Apply

Interested and suitably qualified applicants should forward their CV to aviationhr@arikair.com stating the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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