Airworthiness Coordinator



Airworthiness Coordinator

Employment type: full-time

Headquarter: Mont-Saint-Guibert

Purpose of the position

  • To coordinate the Continuing Airworthiness Management of the entire aircraft fleet
  • To ensure that the entire fleet is subject to the adequate and accurate Aircraft Maintenance programme which will guarantee optimal services in the best interest of Air Belgium.

Main activities and responsibilities

  • Produce the Aircraft Maintenance Program (AMP). Review, check and/or integrate new AMP proposals, amendments and requirements (MRB/MPD/STC, …). Obtain NCAA approval.
  • Provide expert advice and guidance to the CAMO team members on Continuing Airworthiness matters as appropriate.
  • Manage technical projects (aircraft phase in/out, modifications, etc.) as assigned.
  • Study changes or revisions of Authority (NAA) requirements or other applicable legislation and ensure continual development of the maintenance schedule and in turn all technical data is accurately maintained.
  • Optimize the maintenance philosophy in order to maximize the aircraft availability within allocated budget.
  • Ensure the proposed actions of the Reliability Report are implemented as required.
  • Act as NAA primary point of contact for AMP approvals, escalations, ramp checks, ARC reviews, Reliability Reports, etc.
  • Be the focal person with expertise on the CAMO dependant MIS.
  • Act per company procedures, and suggest improvements to these procedures as appropriate.
  • Monitor actual performance in terms of cost, quality and service of engineering suppliers and, where necessary report any deficiency in order to take corrective actions to ensure the realisation of the operational targets.
  • Assist to improve and maintain dispatch reliability of the Air Belgium aircraft fleet.

Profile requirements


  • Display a positive, open, and cooperative attitude in order to facilitate a good working relationship with all parties involved while maintaining a critical and analytical mindset.
  • Comply with local, national legislations and health & safety standards.
  • Comply with Company policies, values, and auditor’s code of ethics.
  • Report to hierarchy any hazards, non-compliances, and risks whether to customers, employees or to the company.

Requirements and qualifications

  • Master in Engineering or equivalent knowledge due to experience. 
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a CAMO environment.
  • Good knowledge and understanding of aircraft maintenance programs & concepts.
  • Previous experience on Boeing and or Airbus aircraft is an asset.
  • Good knowledge of the applicable Part M Regulatory Requirements. Knowledge of Part 21 regulation is an asset.
  • Good command of the English.
  • Ability to communicate/report clearly and effectively with all layers in the organization and with suppliers.
  • Ability to analyze, pro-actively propose areas of improvement, take initiatives, and find solution.
  • Project management experience is an asset.
  • Team player with good communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently, sense of urgency, make decisions, and work under operational pressure.
  • Good organizational skills, rigorous, precise, well organized to manage the projects, and set priorities.
  • Ability to maintain a professional office environment with due regard to confidentiality and security of aircraft data.
  • Computer literate with good administration skills, familiar with MS office and e-mail system.

What we offer

Next to a correct and modern compensation package – the ability to work in an airline environment where you can have impact and will be embedded in a team of aviation enthusiasts . Visit our website and learn more about Air Belgium’s unique positioning in the airline industry.


Please send your application to [email protected] mentioning “AIRWth” in the subject of your email.