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Airworthiness and Certification (A&C) Engineer

GE Energy
Praha, Hlavní město Praha 120 00
**Job Description Summary**

Airworthiness and Certification (A&C) Engineer has a formal position within the design organisation of GE Aviation Czech s.r.o. (GEAC) approved by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). A&C Engineer is part of the Airworthiness Office and serves as a focal for H80/M601 commercial turboprop engine product line as a subject matter expert in all matters relating to A&C and is a liaison to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and other Foreign Civil Aviation Authorities (FCAA).



**Job Description**



**Roles and Responsibilities**



+ Ensure that the design of the engines or the design changes comply with the applicable type-certification basis and environmental protection requirements.

+ Represent GEAC when interfacing with EASA or FCAAs on engineering, continued airworthiness, certification, and validation issues.

+ Ensure that GEAC Design Organisation Handbook (including associated procedures) is maintained in conformity with the design assurance system.

+ Establish the type-certification basis, ensure the certification programmes are prepared and coordinate all tasks related to type investigation in concurrence with EASA.

+ Prepare and maintain compliance checklist and provide verification to the Head of Design Organisation that all activities required for the type investigation have been properly completed.

+ Approve, under the privileges of the GEAC Design Organisation Approval, classification of type design changes, classification of repairs, minor type design changes, and minor or major repairs as delegated by the Head of Airworthiness.

+ Monitor and communicate project status, regulatory issues and significant developments on engine programs related to engagement with EASA or FCAAs.

+ Provide guidance to all departments of the GEAC design organisation in all matters relating to airworthiness, environmental protection approvals and certification.

+ Coordinate the preparation of the Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) (service bulletins, maintenance manuals, etc.) and ensure airworthiness review of these instructions.

+ Advice EASA with regard to the issue of airworthiness directives.

+ Prepare, when required, draft of type-certificate data sheet or type-certificate data sheet modification.



**Required Qualifications**



+ Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, or Computer Science from an accredited college or university.

+ Minimum of 5 years of experience in an aerospace design environment.

+ Strong knowledge of civil aviation regulations, certification specifications and guidance material.

+ Excellent command of English language

**Desired Characteristics**



+ Experience with design turboprop engine systems and components.

+ Experience with certification activities working with EASA, having worked as an airworthiness engineer is preferred.

+ Knowledge of EASA CS-E and Part-21, particularly Subpart J.

+ Strong problem solving, communication and presentation skills.

+ Ability to guide and influence others.

+ Good command of Czech language.



**Additional Information**



**Relocation Assistance Provided:** No

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Posted: 2022-05-11 Expires: 2022-06-10

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