Job title: Technical Services Engineer - Rotary
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Industry: Maintenance
Functional Expertise: Aircraft Mechanic B1.3 Engineer B2 Engineer
Salary type: Annual
Location: Inverness, UK
Job published: 2023-05-25
Job ID: 32711
Contact name: Billy McDougall
Phone number: +441412642353
Contact email:

Job Description

Volantes Technical Recruitment, on behalf of our long-standing Rotary client have the permanent role of Technical Services Engineer available at their Inverness base.


The Technical Services Engineer would be employed within the CAA approved Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) team.


Under the direction of the Head of Airworthiness , you would be working alongside the Technical Records and CAMO team in all matters relating to the airworthiness management of our client’s fleet of aircraft, and any other appropriate tasks to support the company’s operational needs.


Alongside the collaborative requirements of the role, you must also be able to work independently to efficiently deliver the key outputs of the role.


Key Requirements


The ideal candidate should be degree qualified in a relevant engineering subject (aviation/aerospace or mechanical engineering), or be able to demonstrate equivalent aptitude, attitude and skill gained through a past career in an aviation maintenance or continuing airworthiness environment (Part-66 licensed engineer, military aviation, or CAMO experience).


Key Responsibilities


Process Aircraft Maintenance Programme (AMP) amendments to incorporate:


  • Changes and updates from the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), Type Certificate or Supplementary Type Certificate holders (airframe, engine, and equipment),
  • New or amended Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins,
  • Company requirements driven from in-service events on the fleet.
  • Prepare submissions for AMP temporary amendments.
  • Prepare AMP Annual Reviews, including reliability data at aircraft and component level.
  • Investigate items showing adverse trends and work with the Engineering team to provide recovery options.
  • Investigate and process Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins, including an initial review of fleet applicability and a cost / benefit analysis of embodiment.
  • Investigate technical issues affecting the aircraft and provide updates at the Safety Management System (SMS) Safety Committee meetings, including MOR initial submission and updates.
  • Liaison with airframe, engine and equipment manufacturers with respect to all technical issues affecting aircraft, components, and technical data in manuals, service bulletins and service letters.
  • Management of the Spectrometric Oil Analysis Program and Power Assurance Trend Checks.
  • Investigate technical discrepancy reports and make all necessary amendments to the AMP and supporting documents.
  • Provide an essential link between the CAMO with technical expertise other departments (Engineers, Pilots, Stores, etc.).
  • Investigate and manage ad-hoc technical queries.




  • Company pension
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Life insurance


We can only consider candidates that already have the right to live and work in the U.K without the need for support toward securing a visa or work permit.