Division: Technical
Location: Bahrain - Head Quarter
Department: Technical
Closing Date: 09-Apr-2023
Main Objectives:
Ensure that all technical and activities of Gulf Air are carried out according to the standards required by the relevant support agreements, to the requirements contained within the approved Aircraft Maintenance Programme, the responsible national authorities and in accordance with the company policies and procedures.
Main Duties:
(Against primary discipline). By Aircraft/ Sturcture /Subject Responsibility(by ATA Chapter assignment):

• Structures:- 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, and 57.

1. Utilizes technical expertise and practical experience to disposition complex technical issues
2. Evaluation of all manufacturers/regulatory authority documents e.g. ADs; SBs; SILs; All Operators Telexes; by completing Enginnering Documents Review and make independent decisions regarding implementation based on analysis of available data, and follow-up action by issuing appropriate documents via MIS (AMOS) such as DO; JC; MSN; and EB ets. and ensure it is carried out to the highest industry slandered.
3. Provide technical support to the maintenance department for trouble shooting and damage assessment by direct involvement in the works and by issuance and follow-up of enquires for support by the aircraft manufacturer or vendor.
4. Provide technical support to the maintenance and other department related to the maintenance requirements for the aircraft, aircraft defects, installed components, removed defective components and stored components.
5. Control the aircraft dent and buckle / structural repair charts
6. Review of structural reports of damage found during checks or as a result of operational induced damage (bird strikes, lightning strike, etc.).
7. Carry out damage assessment and determination of best course of action for rectification
8. Liaise with Boeing/Airbus Service Engineering on getting timely approval of repair.
9. Follow-up on establishment of inspections for continuing airworthiness requirements
10. Liaise with Boeing/Airbus Engineering in continuous development of SRM repairs.
11. Producing of the necessary reports in case of technical investigations or analysis performed
12. Responsible for the requested occurrence/incidents investigations in regards to structures and interior
13. Follow up of inspections or modifications, maintenance tasks done during the operation
14. knowledge of EASA part-145, part-21 and sub part-CAMO requirements.
15. Liaising with aircraft manufacturers, vendors, overhaul agencies, and other airlines on behalf of GFA to resolve in-service and production problems
16. Ability to read and interpret technical drawings, preferably those created by Airbus/Boeing.
17. Familiar with the documents needed to routinely maintain commercial aircraft: Structural Repair Manual (SRM), Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM), Illustrated Parts Catalog (IPC), etc.
18. Undertake any special assignment and project as defined and directed by the MFTS&I.
19. Attend internal and external meeting as directed by SME or MFTS&I.

8+ years of experience in aircraft, structure maintenance of which a minimum of 5+ years in structure technical services function of which at least 3 years at GFA type fleet(A320/B787) desirable.

- Bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineer/Aircraft Engineering/Aeronautical Engineering /Mechanical Engineering.
- Very good communications skills in English language (written and spoken)
-  Good knowledge of IT tools (Office products)
-  AMOS knowledge highly desirable
Note: you will be required to attach the following:
1. Resume / CV
2. Qualifications
3. Passport copy