Technical Records Officer
Reporting to the Senior Technical Records Officer, the ideal candidate will be required to compile, update and maintain a sound, accurate, reliable and efficient up to date aircraft maintenance records for reliability, quality audits to enhance safety operations and maintenance scheduling demands to achieve maximum aircrafts utilization and output as per Kenya Airways requirements and regulatory procedures.
Create initial aircraft components build as per manufacturer configuration in engineering maintenance system.
Analyze and determine the expiry of all life limited components as per the maintenance schedule to facilitate maintenance planning and to prevent overruns.
Review, update and provide all aircrafts record of incoming and outgoing aircrafts and coordinate with lessors and technical representatives during contractual lease on-site /aircrafts inspections.
Timely and accuracy capturing of aircraft on the relevant engineering maintenance system (OASES) to reflect all aircraft defects, flight hours/cycles and component changes, for review, audits, reliability and warranties claims.
Accurately update aircraft, Engine and APU Logbooks in a timely manner to facilitate renewal of certificate of airworthiness and continuous audits.
Prepare a maintenance status report to production on completion of a scheduled maintenance check to facilitate issuance of release to service certificate.
Update all Engines, APU, landing gears, Life Limited Parts in reference to maintenance paperwork supplied by an overhaul agency after a shop visit for Back to Birth traceability.
Timely provision of hours/cycles of removed components to avoid penalty on exchange components and to facilitate maintenance repairs.
Update, prepare and provide aircrafts and components utilization reports and submit to finance department and contracted parties such as owners, lessors, maintenance providers to facilitate payments as per contractual agreements.
Review and check for completeness of all aircrafts maintenance records as per regulatory requirements and Kenya Airways policies.
Maintain accurate and up to date aircrafts certification files that meet both regulatory and contractual requirements and supported customers.
Compile, simplify and file all completed aircrafts maintenance records as per regulatory requirements.
Knowledge, Skills and experience;
Diploma in Engineering, Records Management, Information Science, Computer Science or its equivalent.
O’ Level Aggregate C + with C+ in English, Maths, and Physics.
Minimum of 2 years’ experience in records management.
Conversant with aircraft documentation and records, including AMM, IPC, mandatory airworthiness documentation, work packages and maintenance schedule.
Detailed knowledge and use of airline /MRO/ manual and electronic data management.
Experience and knowledge working with Digital documentations systems will be an added advantage.
Basic knowledge of aircraft regulatory requirements and maintenance documentation.
Basic knowledge on how to complete standard paperwork and records, filling in form of accurately and legibly.
Sound knowledge of computer applications.
Excellent communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills.
If you fit the profile, then apply today! Please submit your application letter and a detailed Curriculum Vitae quoting the position in the subject of your email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Kenya Airways is an equal opportunity employer.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
- Address Nairobi
- Salary Will be communicated once short listed
- Qualification Refer to job post
- Experience 2-5 years