Safran Aircraft Engine Services Brussels is a subsidiary of Safran Aircraft Engines, based at Brussels Airport (Zaventem, Belgium), specialized in the inspection, maintenance and repair (MRO) of the advanced LEAP jet engines that power the latest generation of the Airbus A320NEO & Boeing B737MAX narrow body families. The company is a key player in the integrated CFM international MRO network. With more than 75 years of experience, and up to 20 international Part 145 certifications (EASA/ FAA/ CAAC/ …), Safran Aircraft Engine Services Brussels is recognized as a worldwide center of expertise in the air transport industry. More than a 100 airlines, lessors, private aircraft operators and MRO partners have entrusted their engines to our company. We employ over 200 highly skilled, passionate and enthusiastic employees.
CFM International is a 50/50 joint company between GE and Safran Aircraft Engines. For more information, visit us on the Web at or follow us on Twitter @CFM_engines.
To strengthen our Technical Department we are looking for an Engineering Technician:
•To Provide technical support for engine maintenance within the shop
•To ensure engine workscope appropriate translation, execution and follow up within the shop.
•The engineering technician act as the first technical point of contact between different teams (operations, engine owners and OEM product support)
•You obtained a Bachelor's degree in Mechanics or Aeronautics, preferably with a first relevant experience.
•You can express yourself in English, Dutch and French.
•You have a good knowledge of mechanics, knowledge of engines and engine components.
•You are a communicative team player, who knows how to act discretely and diplomatically.
•You like the challenge of joining us and realizing our Ramp Up - due to the success of the LEAP engine, our business is growing rapidly.
•You are a European citizen or hold a Belgian work permit.
Specificity of the job
Your role has 2 major parts, workscoping and technical support.
•You prepare the engine induction: analyze initial workscope and engine in-bound configuration, convert workscope into instructions for the shop via ERP and workscope revisions and make final workscopes for customer validation.
•You use information provided by the operations department to propose workscope evolutions during the shop visit.
•You prepare a motivated request for OEM authorization to avoid workscope expansion and/or parts replacement.
•You follow engines under investigation.
•You prepare technical reports and studies for the customer.
•You provide technical support to the operations department.
•You provide technical support to the Engine Owner and CFM Fleet Technical Manager for communication with the end customer.
•You make informed decisions on technical topics for operations.
•You contribute to experience feedback and best practices activities to obtain expanded criteria and/or new repairs.
•You lead trouble shootings and determine actions for engines on the test bench or in the shop.
•You support the quality department technically during quality surveys.