3PLEX GROUP encompasses a group of companies based in Malta offering Part CAMO and Part 21 Design support, Part 145 maintenance services, and Part 147 Training to various organisations worldwide. Aviation Maintenance Academy (AMA) provides aircraft-type training and other supplemental training courses that fulfil the requirements of EU/EASA regulations and is looking to recruit a Training Manager.
The Training Manager will directly report to the Accountable Manager and will be responsible to manage and supervise the EASA Part 147 approved training organisation with the following duties and responsibilities:
- Keeping the Accountable Manager informed on the state of compliance of the organisation with Part 147.
- The efficient operation of AMA and conformity to the requirements of Part 147 as stipulated by the TM-CAD.
- Ensuring that sufficient staff with appropriate qualifications are selected, trained, and developed, to plan, perform training, supervise, examine, and assess students as required. The Training Manager shall review the current manpower resource involved in the training organisation, based on training courses projections, and produce a man-hour plan.
- Ensuring that knowledge examiners, instructors, and assessors are fully trained and assessed regularly for competence and that all records about these personnel are kept up to date.
- Ensuring employees’ development and update training are undertaken and recorded.
- Ensuring all approved courses and examinations are delivered to the standard and content at the required level of knowledge, as specified in Part 147.
- Ensuring corrective action is carried out for the findings of quality audits.
- Preparing, amending, editing, and keeping records of the MTOE.
- Responsibilities may be delegated to any person on the condition that the person is aware of related regulation requirements.
- Any other duties assigned by the Accountable Manager, or his delegate.
- Category B1, B3, B2 or C Part-66 Licence with relevant type training when applicable or equivalent, or Degree in Aeronautical, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, or VET/EQF Level 4 in Mechanical/Electrical or Electronic Engineering, or five years of relevant work experience of which at least two years should be from the aeronautical industry in an appropriate position.
- Knowledge of the application of aviation training practices.
- Comprehensive knowledge of Part-66 and Part-147 regulations.
- Knowledge of Instructional Methods.
- Knowledge of a type of aircraft of at least equivalent to Part-66 Appendix III Level 1.
- Experience in Part 147 Organisation would be an asset.