RVL Group attracts, trains and retains an outstanding workforce across all functions: Crew, Engineering, Operations, CAMO, Maritime, Office & administration.

OPEN POSITIONS

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
As an Operations Officer, you will be responsible for the co-ordination and oversight of the RVL Aviation flying programme. You will be a conduit for information and be required to process, prioritise, and promote this effectively.

You will be adept at problem solving and critical thinking. We seek someone who is receptive to change, can challenge decisions and command the respect of those they interact with. You will be able to work methodically and accurately in a fast-paced environment. You will also demonstrate a passion for aviation, be a proven communicator, and be committed to safety and helping customers.

An Operation Officer facilitates the needs of a dynamic and evolving business. You will work collaboratively with our customers, flight crew, engineering, safety and commercial teams to achieve desired results. We are an 24 Hour Operation, the position involves working shifts and unsociable hours. Our Operations Officers are not confined to a desk, you will be required to assist with ramp operations which require both physical and mental dexterity.

TASKS INCLUDE:

  • Flight Watch, ensuring the operation is safe, expeditious and cost effective.
  • Flight Planning, the generation, submission, and management of Operational Flight Plans (OFP).
  • Aircrew roster management, the allocation and monitoring of duties to prescribed standards.
  • Proactively communicating with stakeholders and sharing information.
  • The coordination of transport, hotac, and crew documentation.
  • Capitalising on commercial opportunities and charter requests.
  • Facilitating short-notice operations.
  • Collating pre-flight documentation and processing return flight documentation.
  • The use of ground equipment to facilitate aircraft ramp movements, fuelling aircraft, and management of cargo.
  • Proactive contribution to RVL Group’s Safety Culture and Safety Management System.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • Experience working within the Aviation Industry.
  • Experience gained within an OCC, Ground Handling Agent, or as Air Crew.
  • Understanding of Flight Time Limitations.
  • Computer literate & excellent knowledge of MS office suite.
  • Ability to prioritise and make decisions under pressure.
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.

DESIREABLE

  • Holder of an EASA PPL / ATPL or FAA Dispatch Licence.
  • ‘UKOMA Operations Officer’ course completion.
  • Employment with a UK ‘Type A Operating Licence’ holder.
  • Use of Flight Planning and Operational Control Systems.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

  • Full UK driving licence; Passport; Right to live and work in the UK.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

  • This role involves working unsocial hours.
  • We require flexibility from our team members.
  • Scope for career progression.

Please apply in writing with a covering letter detailing experience, availability and current salary.

Accountable to the Head of Engineering, the role of the Certifying Engineer will be to use the privileges granted to them on behalf of the organisation, to consistently improve the delivery and performance of RVL Airtech Part 145 maintenance activities, to ensure technical availability of the RVL-Group and its customers aircraft (B200 / F406).

The Certifying Engineer shall work in-conjunction with the RVL Aviation Part MG department, they will ensure that all matters relating to the planning of maintenance activities have been completed in full and accounted for iaw the organisations Part 145 Maintenance Organisation Exposition and supporting procedures. Progression to a Supervisory role / responsibilities is available for the right candidate.

The Certifying Engineer will use their experience to assist with technical issues identified to mitigate delays in production or line aircraft serviceability. You shall work in accordance with EASA Part 145, Part M, Part 21 and other NAA requirements as appropriate to the fleet and maintaining the upmost vigilance to Health and Safety matters.

Responsible for (including but not limited to):

Certifying Engineers report directly to the respective Supervisor, as appropriate, and are responsible for:

  • Active Supervision of Part 145 personnel allocated to them by Supervisors, to oversee their work ensuring the work performed is to a standard acceptable to the Company and the regulatory authorities.
  • Working is certified in accordance with the limitations of their personal authorisation document issued by the Safety and Compliance Manager.
  • Reporting deficiencies in hangar equipment, stands, trestles, jacks, lifting tackle, ground handling machinery etc. to the Supervisor.
  • Report using the Company’s Internal reporting system (Centrik) any Safety and Compliance related Issues.
  • Ensure spares requirements for work in progress are available, or if necessary are ordered, in accordance with company procedures, in time for satisfactory completion of the task.
  • Ensure timely, accurate and compliant release to service of aircraft after maintenance events. On completion of any work, all associated worksheets are checked for accuracy and completeness, and that all Tech Log and CRS entries are made and certified accordingly
  • Accurate time booking, reflecting work done to job sheet/work card item.
  • Ensuring that all parts and materials installed on any aircraft by themselves or by personnel under their supervision are accompanied by EASA Form 1 and or Certificate of Release from the appropriate NAA (FAA 8130-3, TCCA Form One and others), company serviceable labels and/or company batch numbers to provide proper traceability.
  • Demonstrate competence in their role as a licenced engineer and be able to use company documents such as MEL to maintenance technical availability of the company aircraft.
  • Ensuring unserviceable parts removed are correctly labelled and processed to quarantine stores in accordance with company procedures.
  • Identify shortcomings with work card narrative, maintenance data, company procedures and forms to enable the Safety and Compliance Manager and Airworthiness Manager to make changes as appropriate.
  • Support the RVL-Group Quality System by ensuring prompt preventative and corrective action within agreed timescale, to non-conformance reported following Quality Assurance or EASA / CAA audits of departments under their control.
  • General housekeeping principles are fulfilled to ensure a clean and safe working environment

Qualifications & Role Requirements:

 Essential:

  • Have successfully completed an Aeronautical Engineering Degree or holds EASA Part 66 License.
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a Part 145 maintenance organisation.
  • Hold or be able to complete aircraft type training on the RVL-Group fleet of aircraft (B200 / F406).
  • Hold a full clean, driving license / valid passport.
  • Eligible to work and reside within the United Kingdom.

Desirable:

  • Product knowledge of company supported aircraft and their operation.
  • Aircraft structures, repair and modification knowledge.
  • Experience of OASES software.

Please apply in writing with a covering letter detailing experience, availability and current salary.

RVL-Group is recruiting Saab 340 Line Maintenance Certifying Engineer(s) B1/B2. With privileges granted to them on behalf of the organisation they will be expected to maintain operational delivery and performance to ensure technical availability of the RVL-Group aircraft

Initially reporting to the Part 145 Accountable Manager, the Line Maintenance Certifying Engineer is expected to work autonomously ensuring that all matters relating to the on-time departure of the aircraft is achieved, planning of maintenance activities are completed in full and accounted for to the organisations Operations & Part MG department(s). Complying with all aspects of RVL’s Part 145 Maintenance Organisation Exposition and supporting procedures.

The Engineer shall use their experience to assist with technical issues identified to mitigate delays thus maintaining the line aircrafts’ serviceability. They shall work in accordance with CAA Part 145, Part M, Part 21 and other NAA requirements as appropriate to the fleet with upmost vigilance to Health and Safety.

The role based at East Midlands Airport will involve working shifts including nights and may require the successful applicant to travel.

Responsible for (including but not limited to):

Saab 340 Line Maintenance Certifying Engineers report directly to Head of Engineering, until otherwise notified, and is responsible for:

  • Working in accordance with the limitations of their personal authorisation document issued by the Safety and Compliance Manager.
  • Timely, accurate and compliant release to service of aircraft following all maintenance events.
  • Demonstrate competence in their role as a Certifying Engineer and be able to use company documents such as the MEL to maintenance technical availability of the company aircraft
  • Maintain spares requirements for work in progress and forward planned
  • All parts and materials installed on any aircraft are accompanied by a UK CAA Form 1 and or Certificate of Release from the appropriate NAA (EASA, FAA 8130-3, TCCA Form One and others), company serviceable labels and/or company batch numbers to provide traceability.
  • Reporting deficiencies in equipment
  • Using the company’s internal reporting system (Centrik) report any safety and compliance related issues.
  • Accurate time booking, reflecting work done to job sheet/work card item.
  • Ensuring unserviceable parts removed are correctly labelled and processed in accordance with company procedures.
  • Identify shortcomings with maintenance data; work cards; company procedures and forms to enable the Safety and Compliance Manager and Airworthiness Manager to make changes as appropriate.
  • Support the RVL-Group Quality System by ensuring prompt preventative and corrective action within agreed timescale, to non-conformance reported following Compliance and CAA audits of departments under their control.
  • General housekeeping principles are fulfilled to ensure a clean and safe working environment

Qualifications & Role Requirements:

 Essential:

  • Holds UK CAA or EASA Part 66 License endorsed with Saab340 B1 and or B2
  • A minimum of 3 years experience working for a Part 145 line maintenance provider on the Saab340 aircraft
  • Be able to gain a full airport pass. 5 years of references are essential
  • Hold a full clean, driving license to gain Airport Driving Permit
  • Maintain a valid passport
  • Eligible to work and reside within the United Kingdom

Desirable:

  • Experience of OASES software.

Please apply in writing with a covering letter detailing experience, availability and current salary.

To apply for a listed position, please submit your CV with a covering letter detailing the role in which you are interested. Our preferred method of receipt is through the website, however you can also use the postal address below.

Email: recruitment@rvl-group.com

Post:
Head of HR
RVL House
Building 21, Anson Road
East Midlands Airport
Derby
DE74 2SA

If you are interested to work with RVL Group in the future, and would like to apply on a speculative basis, please submit your CV and a covering letter using the form below. We will add you to our talent database for potential future opportunities. Please note that we hold CVs for six months in line with our applicant privacy policy and we will only contact you should a vacancy arise that we feel matches your skills. Should you wish to be removed from our database at any time, please email recruitment@rvl-group.com