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  • Dir sidd den privilegéierte Kontakt fir eis Memberen (Bäitrëtt, Informatioun iwwert eis Leeschtongen, Gestioun vun den perséinlechen Donnéeë,...)
  • Erstelle vu monatleche Statistiken
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  • D ‘Fuerderen (Promovéieren) vun de Gruppe Memberschaften an de Suivi heivunner assuréieren.
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  • Mathëllef a Präsenz bei verschidden Evenementer (z.B. Foiren zu Lëtzebuerg)
  • Ënnerstëtzung an der Rezeptioun
  • Ënnerstëtzung bei der Gestioun vun den Donen an eiser Fondatioun Lëtzebuerg Air Rescue (FLAR)

 

Äre Profil :

  • Dir hutt en Diplom am Beräich Gestioun an/oder Administratioun (Bac+2) an hutt eng éischt Beruffserfahrung vun 2-3 Joer; Kenntnisser am Beräich vun der Comptabilitéit si vu Virdeel
  • Dir hutt fléissend Sprooch Kenntnisser an den offiziellen Sproochen vun Lëtzebuerg an och am Engleschen.
  • Dir kënnt gutt mat de gängege Computer Programmer (MS-Office) ëmgoen.

 

Äre Qualitéiten :

  • Den Ëmgang mat Mënschen aus verschiddenen Beräicher a Kulturen fält Iech liicht
  • Dir kënnt autonom, responsabel, organiséiert an konzentréiert schaffen
  • Dir sidd flexibel an dynamesch, an hutt och Teamgeescht
  • Dir sidd diskret a professionell

 

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  • Modern a spannend Aufgaben
  • Professionellt a multikulturellt Ëmfeld
  • Gutt individuell Weiderbildung an Entwécklung
  • Sympathescht Team
  • Attraktiv Sozialleeschtungen

 

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Luxembourg Air Ambulance S.A. (PART-OPS) is based at Luxembourg Airport. We fly medical repatriation missions worldwide and perform organ team transport (24/7). Presently, we operate 6 intensive care medically equipped air ambulance aircraft (Learjet 45XR) and 6 air rescue helicopters & 1 police helicopter (MD900/902).
 

Your Role

Working within the Engineering Department, you will be primarily responsible for ensuring efficient coordination with maintenance organizations and suppliers for scheduled, unscheduled and AOG events. Your duties will also include monitoring the reliability and continuous airworthiness of a fleet of 6 Learjet 45 aircraft equipped for intensive care medical transport and 6 MD902 Explorer medevac helicopters. Working full time with about 50% travel, you will report to the manager of the Engineering Department as well as to the Technical Director.

 

Your Mission:

  • Travelling to remote Part-145 facilities to follow scheduled or unscheduled maintenance events including phase-in and phase-out
  • Liaising between LAA and the MRO, ensuring acceptable standards and all regulations and evaluating aircraft airworthiness and condition prior to acceptance into service
  • Maintaining daily communications,, rigid cost control, reviewing and authorizing additional works, tracking, documenting, and reporting progress;
  • Escalating issues, working with suppliers and MROs
  • Participating in service supplier selection and evaluation and contract management;
  • Perform Continuing Airworthiness duties under Part-M subpart G;
  • Evaluate, review and update maintenance work packages
  • Gathering and reviewing maintenance events, repeat defects, MTBUR, aircraft utilization
  • Analyzing trend data, preparing and automating charts and tables
  • Preparing reliability reports, proposing corrective and preventive actions
  • Ensure compliance to regulation and safety requirements
  • Assess damages and approve and monitor repair projects
  • Participate in process analysis and improvement  

 

Your Profile:

  • Proven experience in a supervisory Part-145 function, such as Cat-C certifying staff, within a Commercial Air Transport operation
  • A diploma in Engineering or Maintenance
  • An EASA Part-66 cat B+C licence
  • Valid European B driver’s licence
  • Minimum 10 years of experience working in an EASA CAMO or Part-145 working with Commercial Air Transport aircraft AND;
  • Minimum 3 years experience as Cat C certifying staff OR 
  • 5 years experience as B1/B2 certifying staff (base maintenance)
  • Proven experience in airframe, systems and engine troubleshooting
  • Proven experience working with complex, pressurized, turbine powered, multi-engine aircraft
  • Fluent in English, written and oral
  • Professional MS Office 2010/2013/2016 skills: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook
  • Experience with similar type of aircraft is considered as an asset
  • Current HF, Part M and Part 145 training is preferred
  • Proven experience in project management is an asset
  • Luxembourgish, French, German language skills are considered an advantage
  • A team player, able to work autonomously with a proactive approach
  • Able to cope with pressure, to prioritize, to assume responsibilities
  • Willing to learn new processes, ability to travel very frequently
  • Sustain reliability tests to obtain an any airside security clearance

 

If you are interested in this challenging job, please apply via : http://bit.ly/2BwovAQ

 

Please be aware that in accordance with the law of July 23, 2016, the selected candidate will be requested to provide a criminal record.

 

 

Our minimum requirements are:

License

  • EASA CPL(H) license
  • Valid EASA IR(H) Multi Engine
  • Valid EASA Medical class 1

Flight experience

  • 2500 FH on helicopter
  • 2000 FH as PIC RW
  • 500 FH as PIC on Multi-Engine
  • 250 FH IR as PIC RW
  • 200 FH at night on RW
  • 100 FH NVG as PIC RW

Following licenses and experiences are considered as asset:

  • EASA ATPL(H) theory
  • Valid type rating on H145
  • FI(H) / TRE(H)
  • NVG / NVG instructor
  • HEMS and HHO experience
  • Firefighting experience

Fluency in English is mandatory, German and/or French are considered as an advantage

Home base is Luxembourg. Relocation is required (max 1h to Luxembourg Airport)

 

If you are interested in this challenging job, please send your application to http://bit.ly/2Bsgtpo

 

Please be aware that in accordance with the law of July 23, 2016, the selected candidate will be requested to provide a criminal record.

 

Your mission

  • Ensuring paramedical care of patients:
  • transported by company own rescue helicopter or ambulance jet or ground ambulance
  • transported by charter flight

Based at Luxembourg Airport / Hospital “Centre Hospitalier du Nord” in Ettelbrück (L).  

 

Your profile

  • Holding a nurse qualification with at least a 3-5 year experience in intensive care and emergency medicine
  • Fluent in one of the national languages, Luxembourgish, French and/or German; good knowledge in English; the knowledge of every supplementary language is an asset
  • Acting in a professional & responsible manner
  • Having team spirit & being communicative
  • Being flexible & able to cope with an environment in permanent evolution

If you are interested in this challenging job, please apply on skeeled via following link:

http://bit.ly/2vr2RYJ

 

Luxembourg Air Ambulance S.A. (PART-OPS) is based at Luxembourg Airport. We fly medical repatriation missions worldwide and perform organ team transport (24/7). Presently, we operate 5 intensive care medically equipped air ambulance aircraft (Learjet 45XR) and 6 air rescue helicopters & 1 police helicopter (MD900/902).

 

Your Role

Working in the Engineering Department, you will primarily administer the software system for Engineering and maintenance (MMS). Secondary duties is to manage the airworthiness of a fleet of 6 Learjet 45 aircraft equipped for intensive care medical transport, 6 MD902 Explorer medevac helicopters . Working full time with occasional travel – maximum 10% of the time – you will report to the manager of the Engineering Department and NPH for Continuing Airworthiness.

 

Your Mission

  • Be the first line support and functional administrator the Engineering & Maintenance (E&M) Management System (software)
  • Administer the E&M system for whole Technical Dept.
  • Provide the first line MMS support within Technical Department
  • Perform E&M System functionality administration
  • Manage all requests for E&M system related changes
  • Coordinate new E&M system release migrations
  • Participate to Technic related IT projects
  • Develop / help to develop procedures and manuals
  • Ensure compliance to regulation and safety requirements
  • Participate in process analysis and improvement
  • Update/Maintain the E&M system and Tech Library
  • Coordinate activities with other departments or other companie

 

Secondary duties

  • Perform Continuing Airworthiness duties under Part-M subpart G
  • Evaluate and review maintenance work packages
  • Update the Maintenance Management Software during maintenance
  • Assess damages and approve and monitor repair projects
  • Evaluate Maintenance Data (Modifications and Repairs)
  • Aid in maintaining the Aircraft Maintenance Programmes

 

Your Profile

  • A diploma in Engineering (Bac+5 level) – Structures or Avionics preferred
  • 3 or more years of relevant Maintenance & Engineering  experience
  • Fluent in English, written and oral
  • Computer literate and IT enthusiastic
  • Professional MS Office 2010 skills: Word, PowerPoint, Notes, Outlook
  • Experience in project management
  •  Able to cope with pressure, to prioritize, to assume responsibilities
  • Willing to learn new processes, ability to travel occasionally
  • Programming experience considered an asset
  • Experience with similar type of aircraft is considered as an asset
  • Luxembourgish, French, German language skills are considered an advantage
  • A team player, able to work autonomously with a proactive approach

 

If you are interested in this challenging job, please send your application via the following link: http://bit.ly/2CHFpKg

 

Please be aware that in accordance with the law of July 23, 2016, the selected candidate will be requested to provide a criminal record.


Please send your application to : https://bit.ly/2BvRZPd