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Reliability and Cost Engineers

Posted by Sarah Aiken on Oct 15, 2019 12:12:29 PM

VHR are currently looking for a number of Reliability and Cost Engineers to work within a nearly formed division with one of our aerospace clients near Horsham, West Sussex

They are they the world-leading independent specialist in the global management of commercial and business aircraft spares, supporting airlines, MROs and OEMs with the supply, exchange, repair and lease of airframe and engine components 

They use data and quantitative methods to improve the decision making throughout the entire supply chain, comprising the on-wing performance of a component (with an emphasis on the reliability) and the off-wing management of the component repair cycle (with a focus on the repair, overhaul or modification of a component) 

The primary functions for the role;

  • Illustrate and apply the concepts of reliability analysis in an airline operation
  • Analyse the reliability of aircraft components and systems whilst developing component removal, maintenance and service cost prediction models
  • Employ the most appropriate analysis technique when presented with failure data based on component and/or system in-service information
  • Outline a quantitative and qualitative analysis of different component and system designs incorporating in-service reliability and service policy development 

Experience & Competences

  • Experience within an airline or MRO technical/engineering function, specifically employed in the maintenance programmes and reliability environment and/or Technical Support role (ATA specialists)
  • Comprehensive working knowledge of EASA regulations (or equivalent NAA, e.g. FAA)
  • Statistical modelling using advanced analytics software
  • Financial budgeting and cost centre management
  • Proficient with root cause analysis tools  

Qualifications

  • Engineering Degree, preferably in aviation/aerospace discipline
  • Advanced Excel/statistical modelling software or equivalent
  • Relevant Airworthiness qualifications
  • Consideration for Licensed Aircraft Engineers (B1 and B2)
  • Six Sigma and/or Lean Manufacturing 

Hours

Monday- Friday

08:30- 17:30 

Salary/Benefits

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience level

Pension Scheme

 

For Further information please contact Sarah in the London Office

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

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Topics: Aerospace & Aviation