Cabin Safety CVE
Salary to be discussed.
Desired Skills and Experience.
The position of the Cabin Safety CVE will have the following responsibilities:
Provide leadership and direction to personnel.
CAA/EASA point of contact.
Preparing estimates and quotes.
Verification of certification programmes and compliance documents.
Classification of projects IAW EASA guidelines (21.A.91 & 101)
Approval of cabin related equipment assessments, flammability test plans and reports, and associated drawings.
Technical reviews of design projects.
Completion of Aircraft surveys.
CVE Witnessing of flammability and cabin safety related testing.
The position of the Cabin Safety CVE will need the following educational profile and key attributes:
Strong background in cabin changes such as seat modifications, seating arrangements, cabin furnishings, galley and monument changes, cabin structures, cabin lighting and emergency systems, witnessing of flammability testing.
Previous experience in a similar role as a CVE signatory for cabin safety related changes.
Experience mentoring and providing technical leadership to small teams in a design office environment.
Strong interpersonal skills and able to liaise directly with customers at a technical level.
EASA Part 21J and approval knowledge.
Relevant technical qualifications including an apprenticeship, further educational qualifications such as a degree, or specific training with appropriate discipline specific knowledge.
A minimum of five years’ experience within the relevant design engineering subject/discipline.
Computer literate (conversant with MS Office software such as Word or Excel, and AutoCAD computer aided design software), and familiar with EASA, CAA and FAA websites.
Thorough methodical approach to design activities and exceptional attention to detail.
Be able to provide evidence of previous active participation in design and design certification processes, and component or equipment development and qualification programmes.
Attain a satisfactory knowledge of the company’s Design Organisation Handbook, company procedures and design standards.
Working in a close-knit team environment, the Cabin Safety CVE will provide support to both the design team as a whole and to the Head of Design. The successful candidate will be suitably experienced to be appointed as a company Compliance Verification Engineer signatory for cabin safety related design changes, and will possess the maturity and competence to execute these duties within the limits of experience and knowledge.
As an integral part of the design organisation and Office of Airworthiness, you will be a flexible team member, and willing to combine both work level design activities and Compliance Verification Engineer responsibilities.
The Cabin Safety CVE will be required to support the Management functions of the company by providing input to quotes and contractual documentation, as well as taking on project management activities for the avionic and electrical section.
The Chief Engineer role demands a high level of integrity and you will have a strong sense of responsibility and pride in both your work and the work of the team.
For more information please contact John Paul at Protec Technical Ltd.