Description of the Role/Career
CAMO (Continued Airworthiness Management Organisation) engineers ensure that aircraft are airworthy and comply with relevant aviation regulations. Amongst other activities, they review and analyse aircraft airworthiness directives and service bulletins while also preparing aircraft maintenance programmes.
As a member of an airworthiness team, airworthiness/CAMO engineers:
- Liaise with project teams, production areas, etc to ensure that aircraft systems/components are
- Liaise with regulatory authorities, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and maintenance
and repair organisations (MROs)
- Conduct airworthiness assessments to support the repair statues of aircraft and equipment
Pathways into the Role/Career
Degree in Aeronautical Engineering or Aircraft Maintenance Engineers license or both.
- Engineering degree or formal aeronautical maintenance training
- Knowledge of airworthiness regulations
- Knowledge of aircraft certification requirements
- Knowledge of aircraft systems safety
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