Airworthiness/Planning Engineer

  South of Malta  |  starting from €48,000 Annually 

Our client is looking to recruit an Airworthiness/Planning Engineer to join their growing team. Reporting to the Nominated Person Continuing Airworthiness (NPCA) - CAMO Manager, the chosen candidate will be responsible to:

  • Assist the NPCA in managing and controlling the fleet's airworthiness on a daily basis, ensuring continuous improvement in processes and practices;
  • Proactively report internal occurrences and unsafe practices, supporting the resolution of non-compliances and occurrences;
  • Collaborate with P145 Maintenance and Logistics Suppliers to support daily task programs;
  • Order and supervise maintenance activities, ensuring maintenance is properly carried out and released by an EASA Part 145 AMO in accordance with the approved AMP;
  • Liaise with CAMO Subcontractors to verify work performed related to planning issues;
  • Coordinate the replacement of time-controlled components with the AMO and the Logistic Department;
  • Prepare for maintenance checks/visits, procuring quotations for all necessary maintenance work;
  • Issue appropriate work orders to the AMO, either directly or through the CAMO Subcontractor;
  • Coordinate scheduled maintenance with the AMO, Operations, and Logistic Departments;
  • Ensure that Airworthiness Limitation Items (ALIs) and Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations (CDCCLs) are considered when scheduling maintenance, if applicable to the aircraft type;
  • Report any issues related to the maintenance tracking system software to the NPCA and the relevant system administrator, suggesting improvements to the maintenance tracking system;
  • Perform quality reviews of continuing airworthiness records to ensure compliance and accuracy;
  • Support airworthiness and operational requirements, preparing bridging checks for aircraft entering and leaving the fleet;
  • Perform any other duties as reasonably assigned by the NPCA or the designated Deputy in their absence.


  • Strong understanding of airworthiness management and regulatory compliance.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with various stakeholders.
  • Attention to detail and ability to perform quality reviews.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautics, or a related field.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in airworthiness management or a similar role within an aviation organization.
  • Knowledge of EASA Part 145 regulations and other relevant aviation standards.
  • Proficiency in using maintenance tracking systems and software.
  • AMOS knowledge will be considered a plus.


  • Health Insurance

Job Reference: LI190

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    Full Time
  • Employment level
    Experienced (3 years +)
  • Work Location
    On Premises
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