Line Maintenance Controllers

ASL Aviation Holdings DAC Liège Belgique Ingénierie Hybride

Description de l'entreprise

ASL Aviation Holdings is a global aviation services holding company with a fleet of more than 160 aircraft, focused on cargo and passenger airline operations, aircraft leasing and maintenance. Headquartered in Dublin Ireland, the Group includes five wholly owned airlines; ASL Airlines Ireland, ASL Airlines Belgium, ASL Airlines France, ASL Airlines United Kingdom and most recently, ASL Airlines Australia. The Group also includes associate and joint venture airlines FlySafair in South Africa, K-Mile Asia in Thailand & QuikJet in India.

ASL’s airlines operate cargo networks for the world’s leading express parcel integrators and online retailers. Our group, joint-venture and associate airlines also operate scheduled and charter cargo and passenger services under ASL’s own airline brands and on behalf of airline ACMI customers and postal services. Globally, ASL has a team of 3,000 people of 51 different nationalities. The Group’s vision is to be the aviation service provider of choice through excellence, experience, and expertise.


Keys activities :

  • Supervise to ensure the agreed Maintenance production plan is executed by MROs within 96 hours operational window, pro-actively make the necessary adjustments or set priorities based on operational disruptions or AOG’s/defect rectifications/repairs, in close cooperation with the Maintenance Planning and the MRO’s and ensure engagement of all relevant parties to secure the flight program.
  • Give direction to relevant internal deps/MRO’s/suppliers with the preparation of repair/troubleshooting events, to define the required downtime, decide part/tooling sourcing/ordering, arrange sufficient/skilled resources.
  • Supervise the Part145 with defect deferment for the appropriate efficient/effective application of the MEL and/or approved AMM/SRM/WDM/SSM repair treatments, and completion of associated paperwork.
  • Ensure the Part145s provide good quality Delay/Cancellation/AOG and Damage reports with relevant pictures/assessment details and/or other associated reports to ensure proper/timely internal distribution.
  • Perform the relevant technical updates for deferred defects in the relevant MIS (e.g. GAN-data manager/AMOS/AMASIS and Sabre Movement Manager).
  • Provide regular Fleet Technical Status updates on operational restrictions, occurrences follow-up actions and Aircraft return from Mx/Entry into service status to inform Operational Control, Flight Ops chief/technical pilots and other relevant technical/MRO’s/Suppliers/Management.
  • Ensure pro-active follow-up to ensure Aircraft with limitations (e.g., APU In-Op, CAT-1/-2/-3, Thrust Reverser issues) are properly guided within the allowable approved limits and to avoid further disruptions.
  • Ensure with 3rd Party/ASL entity MCC’s that proper follow-up actions are in place and regular status update reports are provided to inform Operational Control, and other relevant technical/operational/Management parties, and to ensure support is provided where possible to enable the earlier possible return to service of their aircraft.
  • Lead AOG events to align all relevant internal depts/MRO’s/Suppliers to the recovery action plan (or alternative actions), take decisions/arrange approvals to ensure required parts/tooling/skilled resources and transportation means are available to minimize the recovery repair time at reasonable cost levels.
  • Provide regular AOG update reports with an expected next update/return to service timing.
  • Ensure per shift the daily duties are completed per checklist and an adequate hand-over is provided.
  • Occasionally when required, perform surveillance of line maintenance events on the ramp/in hangar to ensure an optimal communication/timeline management on issues that arise during daily/night/weekend operations, and/or review at the MRO the repairs quality of work and associated paperwork (e.g. TechLog releases, references/applied procedures, validity temp-repairs, etc) are up-to the required standards, or on special request basis, perform assessment/training at MRO/outstations to ensure compliance to ASLB standards.

Corporate Responsibility / Health & Safety

  • Comply with local, national legislation, Health & Safety and Environment regulations in order to maintain a safe working environment for self and all the depot employees.
  • Comply with the company's corporate social responsibility, health, safety and environmental standards and responsibilities as identified within ASLB management systems.
  • Participate in the corporate initiatives.
  • Respect the H&S procedures.
  • Respect the H&S instructions.
  • Act & work safely.
  • Make use of the PPE (personal protective equipment) provided by the company.
  • Report possible risks to the hierarchy.

Internal compliance

  • Comply with all relevant divisional and local company related policies, procedures and legal requirements.

Customer Experience

  • At anytime and anywhere, perform the activities and display the behaviours that are designed to deliver a distinctive Customer Experience.


Education and qualifications :

  • Licensed engineer with at least 5 years experience on at least one of the ASLB operated aircraft’s.
  • Preferred Experience and Knowledge (number of years, type of experience)
  • Licensed B1 (or) /B2 engineer with at least 10 years’ experience, or equivalent (a type rating per ASLB fleet, or previous experience in a same position or as Supervisor Mx teams are a pré).
  • Good understanding of OEM manuals (AMM/SRM/SSM), applicable Part145/-M regulations.

Necessary Technical / Functional Skills

  • Negotiation/convincing skills, work systematically, analytic, and ability to improvise/creative.
  • Ability to collect relevant information, apply clear/neutral judgement, set priorities, to take decisions.
  • Excellent communication skills with all levels/different cultures, clear formulation, ability to listen.
  • Helicopter view, ability to work under pressure (deal with stress), chair meetings.
  • Ability to find (alternative) solutions with others/drive others to a coordinated common goal.
  • Discipline and ability to edit and timely provide accurate/concise highlight reports
  • Computer literate with good administration skills, familiar with MS office (AMOS is a pré).
  • Fluent technical and conversational English/French (preferred) both written and spoken.

Behavioural Skills

  • To maintain a professional environment, respecting confidentiality, Company/Aircraft data security.
  • To take initiative to propose areas of improvement.
  • Leadership; can represent the company.

Autres informations

What are we offering ?

  • You will be joining a dynamic and international company
  • Friendly environment and pleasant atmosphere in a fast-growing company
  • Within ALSB, the well-being of our employees is one of our top priorities ;
  • A Permanent contract ;
  • A competitive salary package ;
  • In addition to eco-cheques, meal vouchers, a CCT90 bonus, insurance (group and hospitalisation), you can choose your other benefits in kind with the Cafetariat plan (possibility of havinga company car or a bicycle, more days off or buying multimedia)

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Collection and use of information

ASL Aviation Holdings DAC collects information and data that users choose to provide; ASL Aviation Holdings DAC also collects information related to access of users in order to identify, solve problems and improve offered services.
The purpose of the collection and the use of information are those of the autonomous reporting by candidates towards clients and partners of ASL Aviation Holdings DAC, which are interested in searching and recruiting human resources, through the information of curricula vitae and profiles voluntarily entered by the candidates themselves.

The information that users choose to insert on the Portal will be consulted, used and classified by other individuals/ organizations that can have access, as holders of rights guaranteed by the partnership or customer relationship with ASL Aviation Holdings DAC.
ASL Aviation Holdings DAC performs all necessary operations to ensure that the information are placed in a safe and protected environment, trying to restrict access to the database and distributing rights to users with adequate methods, but can not guarantee that unauthorized individuals/ organizations will not have access through an irregular method.
ASL Aviation Holdings DAC, moreover, can not control the ways in which the authorized users catalog and transfer the information downloaded from the database, therefore it is user's responsibility to ensure that sensitive information are not inserted in ASL Aviation Holdings DAC Portal.
Information provided by the Users are used by ASL Aviation Holdings DAC to deliver offered products and services and to develop the Portal; some of our services may include the display of customized contents and advertising messages.
ASL Aviation Holdings DAC may use the user's information to contact him/ her about Portal updates, to conduct surveys and for informative communications (with the possibility for the user to refuse the consent) and related to its services, including updates of the software used.

Communication of collected information

ASL Aviation Holdings DAC may share information provided by users with third parties that support the delivery of its products and the performance of its services towards the users. These third parties may not use these information for purposes other than assistance and support in providing these products and services.

The information gathered can be shared if this is required by law. The information gathered on our web sites are cataloged in whole or in part in Italy and are subject to Italian law.

ASL Aviation Holdings DAC may disclose or transfer information if its business is sold or acquired.

Management of his/ her own information by the user

The user can review, correct or delete its personal information at any time; to perform these operations, user can enter in his/ her private area, click on the Profile and/ or User Settings button and make all necessary changes.
The above information about the users will be deleted, but logs and other user demographic and statistical information could be kept, maintaining an archived copy of these information anonymously.
If the personal information of the users have been consulted by other individuals/ organizations before the revisions and deletions, ASL Aviation Holdings DAC can not perform the deletion of previous information on their systems.i.

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