Maersk Air Cargo has vast experience with air freight within Europe and currently has a fleet of 17 Boeing 767 freighters operating for Maersk, UPS, and DHL. Currently we are expanding our portfolio with the delivery of additional Boeing 767 and implementing Boeing 777 to support our operation.
We are headquartered in Lyngby, Denmark, and we are looking for a Power Plant engineer with base in Lyngby.
Maersk Air Cargo offers an open-minded workplace with an opportunity to take ownership and bring your ideas to life in order to reach the best outcome. Additionally, we pride ourselves in focusing on both professional and personal development while also offering great working conditions with a good and informal tone, where everybody contributes to solutions to the daily challenges across all departments.
Works tasks to include, but not limited to:
- Analyzing of Engine Trends.
- Planning of heavy maintenance – Engines & APU.
- Optimization of Engine & APU – Bleed Air Systems.
- B777 / GE90 Entry into service (EIS).
- Various ATA chapters. (Issuing of MAC EO´s based on AD notes, Service Bulletins etc.).
- Provide support to MAC Maintenance Control Center, mechanics and external maintenance providers.
- Engineering degree or aircraft mechanic background
- AML-certificate an advantage.
- Great communication skills in Danish and English, both written and verbally
- Experience within continued airworthiness.
- IT skills with Microsoft Office tools and cloud-based information sharing solutions such as SharePoint and Microsoft Teams
- Organized and proactive
- Teamplayer yet able to work focused on individual projects.
You as a colleague
Pragmatic problem-solving is part of your mentality and you find great pleasure in overcoming various obstacles while following through on initiatives that we start.
The job requires only minor travel activity.
Start date: 1st June 2023 or earlier if possible.
Application deadline: May 31st – 2023
Interviews will be conducted on an ongoing basis.
For additional questions related to the job, please contact Director Engineering – Peter Møller on [email protected] – write in Subject: Power Plant Engineer