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Willis Lease Finance Corporation

WLFC offers capital availability, customer relationships, a worldwide sales force, and an experienced management team to deliver customer-driven aircraft and engine leasing finance solutions. We lease large and regional spare commercial aircraft engines, APUs, and aircraft to airlines, OEMs, and MROs worldwide. WLFC's Engine Repair Centers offer engine maintenance, inspections, teardown, and preservations services along with storage solutions.

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Our aeronautical services are the fastest way to locate aircraft parts and spares for commercial aircraft. Providing you with the right part, in the right place, at the right time.

Willis Aviation Services Limited

Located at our facility at Teesside International Airport (UK), WASL offers expansive aircraft maintenance storage, disassembly, and ground & cargo handling services. In addition, our facility holds UK CAA, EASA, 2-Reg and Cayman Authority approvals on A320 family, B737NG, ATR 42/72, and Embraer aircraft.

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WAML is a leading worldwide provider of aviation asset management solutions. Through our experienced consultancy team, we successfully advise on all technical, commercial, and financial aspects of aircraft and engine lifecycle operation and management.

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  • Technical Publication Specialist
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Asset Management Limited
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Asset Management Limited

    Summary: 

    As part of the Technical Publications Team, the post holder’s initial responsibility will be to review, on a daily basis, downloaded documentation gathered from regulatory authority and OEM websites and any applicable newly published or updated regulations and maintenance documents before reviewing disseminating the data across WAM and WLFC. 

    Whilst the primary focus will be Technical Publications related activities it will be a requirement of the role to support all deliverables of the Technical Publications Team as required from time to time as further defined below. 

    Responsibilities: 

    •    Technical Documentation Review 

    •    Review on a daily basis all new and updated engineering documents.

    •    Upload all relevant information into Leasepoint and EFPAC as required (see below)

    •    Compile a Technical Document Review (TDR) document ensuring all relevant information (compliance times, costs, etc.) is included.

    •    Ensure TDR information is disseminated across the company as required.

    •    Load new and revised ADs/NPRMs/SBs etc. into EFPAC.

    •    Complete regular audits to ensure engine Life Limited Parts are being tracked correctly.


    Leasepoint/Technical Library 

    •    Load new and revised ADs/SBs (Cat. 6 and above) into Leasepoint.

    •    Load and update MPD data into the system.

    •    Complete regular audits to ensure engine Life Limited Parts are being tracked correctly.

    •    Hold meetings detailing requirements of new ADs and proposed ADs to ensure compliance is understood by all parties.

    •    Assist with maintenance of the Technical Library held on the WAM server. Ensuring the electronic filing system is secure, clear, and consistent for ease of access across the business.

    •    Assist with management of Internal Powerplant Review Board (PPRB):

    •    Managing the PPRB process by completing a full Technical Document Review (TDR) document either manually or in EFPAC.

    •    Controlling the distribution across the business consistent with current NDAs. Technical Publication Specialist 


    Planning and Organizing 

    •    Maintain continuous familiarity with WAML and WLFC processes and procedures.

    •    Effectively manage conflicting priorities and tasks on a day-to-day basis.

    •    Liaise with Manager to ensure workload is shared and effective handovers take place when necessary.

    •    Ensure activities/projects/tasks are completed within agreed timescales/deadlines and reported to the relevant Managers/Stakeholders.


    Day-to-day communications /interactions 

    •    Always deliver clear verbal and written communication bearing in mind cultural and religious differences when dealing with internal/external customers and regulatory officials.

    •    Communicate with Project Managers, Lease Return Coordinators, Lessees/Operators, and/or Maintenance Organizations to obtain required engine data.


    Self – management 

    •    Produce high-quality work with minimal support from the manager.

    •    Demonstrate extreme diligence and detail-oriented approach with excellent analytical skills.


    Teamwork 

    •    Contribute to discussions and listen to the views of colleagues, sharing ideas and information.

    •    Demonstrates drive, enthusiasm, commitment to team objectives and support in the absence of team members.



    Quality Management 

    •    Ensuring systems, procedures reflect actual practices and are updated to reflect changing needs.

    •    Managing regulatory obligations towards Technical Publication control.

    •    Ensuring the TDR process meets the business KPI objectives.

    •    Spearhead the development of more innovative methods of capturing, controlling, and disseminating data.


    Qualifications / Requirements: 

    •    Knowledge of airframe/engine technical publications.

    •    Educated to Degree standard or equivalent.

    •    Experience within an aviation environment.


    Travel/Misc.: 

    •    None

    The Post holder will be expected to carry out any other duties allocated that are appropriate to the grade and nature of this post. 

    Job Descriptions will be reviewed and discussed annually in line with the Staff Appraisal Scheme.

  • Technical Records Consultant
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Asset Management Limited
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Asset Management Limited
    Summary:

    To provide Technical Records support to the Willis Lease Finance portfolio/program and other areas of the business when required.

    Responsibilities:
    • Engine Records Review and Management
    • Review and verification of the accuracy and completeness of Technical Documentation, including but notlimited to lease returns, post-lease inspections, minor shop visits, etc.
    • Ongoing maintenance and review of the engine records during the lease period.
    • Responsible for the collation and management of original records with due consideration for regulatoryand Willis’s storage obligations.
    • Audit compliance of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins for each engine and ensurecorrect/status is entered into the applicable database and records management system.
    • Update Willis database for tracking of accurate and current information for engines, components,inspections, and other technical information including monthly utilization.
    • Understands Life Limited Back to Birth trace requirements including how particular ADs and SBs affect thelife limit of LLPs.
    Continuous Records Management
    • Ensure all engine records are updated to accurately reflect the latest technical data, (i.e. ADs, SBs).
    • Ensure all updated engine records are filed in the relevant location, whether they are hard copy or digital records.

    Planning and Organizing

    • Maintain continuous familiarity with WAML and WLFC processes and procedures.
    • Effectively manage conflicting priorities and tasks on a day-to-day basis.
    • Liaise with Manager to ensure workload is shared and effective handovers take place when necessary.
    • Ensure activities/projects/tasks are completed within agreed timescales/deadlines and reported to therelevant Managers/Stakeholders.

    Day-to-day communications/interactions

    • Always deliver clear verbal and written communication bearing in mind cultural and religious differenceswhen dealing with internal/external customers and regulatory officials.
    • Communicate with Project Managers, Lease Return Coordinators, Lessees/Operators, and/or Maintenance Organizations to obtain required engine data.

    Self - management

    • Produce high-quality work with minimal support from the manager.
    • Demonstrate extreme diligence and detail-oriented approach with excellent analytical skills.

    Teamwork

    • Contribute to discussions and listen to the views of colleagues, sharing ideas and information.
    • Demonstrates drive, enthusiasm, commitment to team objectives and support in the absence of team members.

    Customer Relations

    • Build good relationships with internal and external customers.
    • Manage customer expectations and activities.
    • Keep customers informed of any issues and report accordingly.
    Qualifications / Requirements:
    • Knowledge of aircraft and engines. Prefer knowledge of the following engine types: CF34, CFM56, GEnx, LEAP-1A, LEAP-1B, PW1100, Trent and V2500.
    • Authority (FAA/EASA) certificate or equivalent license a plus.
    Travel/Misc.:
    • None

     

    The Post holder will be expected to carry out any other duties allocated that are appropriate to the grade and nature of this post.

    Job Descriptions will be reviewed and discussed annually in line with the Staff Appraisal Scheme.

  • Senior Powerplant Consultant
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Asset Management Limited
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Asset Management Limited
    Summary:

    A principally technical role within the Fleet Management Team. This role will involve the independent and
    competent management of multiple commercial engine projects on behalf of third-party customers and internal
    requirements. 

    Responsibilities:
    • Act as virtual powerplant manager for airline clients.
    • Fleet planning and maintenance cost forecasting.
    • Optimisation of removal planning and engine disposition.
    • Cost reduction initiative implementation.
    • Performance of Engine Health Monitoring (EHM) / Engine Condition Monitoring (ECM) tracking & reporting.
    • Full management of engine shop visit events (Inc. Workscope compilation, table inspection attendance, Repair oversight, material management & Post shop visit documentation and invoice review.
    • Negotiate service agreements with the OEM and MRO suppliers.
    • Review, analyse and negotiation of engine lease / sale / purchase contracts (From a technical perspective).
    • New engine selection support.
    • Ability to perform engine transition management including full records audit, engine physical inspection, borescope and MPA run overview.
    • Competent in drafting technical reports and management of technical documentation.
    • Active mentoring and support of Powerplant consultants / Engineers within the exiting team.
    • Support new business opportunities as required.
    • Attendance at OEM technical conferences.

    Qualifications / Requirements:
    • Minimum of 10 years’ experience in a powerplant focused role.
    • Degree qualified preferred. 
    • Airline powerplant management experience preferred.
    • Strong technical knowledge across a number of the CFM, P&W, GE, IAE & RR products.
    • Strong commercial and financial acumen required.
    • Computer literate and proficient with MS Office products.
    • Competent in project management to ensure timely completion of projects and management of multiple resources.
    • Self-motivated and quality driven.
    • Strong communicator at all levels.
    • Able to live and work in the UK/Wales.
    Travel / Misc.: 
    • This role can require frequent and at times short notice international travel. 

    The post holder will be expected to carry out any other duties allocated that are appropriate to the grade and nature of this post. Job descriptions will be reviewed and discussed annually in line with the Staff Appraisal Scheme.

    WAML is committed to equal opportunities and has an Equality and Diversity policy by legislation and all appointments are subject to pre-employment checks including references and a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

  • Aircraft Trimmer - Multiple Openings
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Summary:

    This is a role within the UK CAA and EASA Part 145 approved aircraft maintenance functional area. Aircraft trimmers perform cabin and interior repair, modification, and maintenance work under supervision to ensure that all cabins and other areas inside an airplane are well maintained.

    Responsibilities:
    • Aircraft carpet, galley, and toilet flooring replacement.
    • Cabin side wall touch-ups/repairs.
    • Tedlar repairs.
    • Soft furnishing repairs.
    • Seat cover replacement.
    • Tray table replacement.
    • Seat pocket repairs.
    • Sourcing of parts/materials.
    • Work on IAW-approved maintenance data and design drawings.
    • Record any work carried out within the issued work pack or operator Tech Log.
    • Actively support and promote a positive safety learning culture through the reporting of occurrences and potential hazards and by adopting continuous improvement and human factors principles with their work.
    Qualifications / Requirements:
    • Be able to demonstrate an organized approach to daily job tasks;
    • Knowledge of maintenance standards.
    • Knowledge and ability to use aircraft maintenance data.
    • Initial Human Factors (HF) training.
    • Fuel Tank Safety (FTS) training.
    • Electrical Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS) training.
    • English Language proficiency (written & spoken)
    Travel / Misc.:
    • None.
  • B1/B2/C Licensed Aircraft Engineer - Multiple Openings
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Summary:

    Licensed Aircraft Engineers are responsible for performing maintenance on time and by the applicable requirements, regulations, and approved standards so that all maintenance is released to service in a safe and compliant manner. The Licensed Aircraft Engineer role also includes tasks not directly related to maintenance, but crucial to the overall functioning of the organization.

    Responsibilities:
    • Acts as Certifying & Support Staff and exercises privileges in accordance with individual authorisation document.
    • Supervision of Base maintenance activities.
    • Allocating work.
    • Satisfactory completion and certification of all work required by contracting operators/customers following the work specification (work order and approved MOE procedures).
    • Ensuring that the organization’s procedures and standards are always complied with.
    • Interacting with Quality Auditors to ensure that the quality function can perform unhindered.
    • Implementation of the Quality Policy and Human Factor issues.
    • Working in and maintaining facilities to a high standard.
    • Performing maintenance strictly following approved maintenance data.
    • Recording maintenance in a clear, unambiguous manner.
    • When maintaining operational aircraft, under the direction of the respective CAMO, through effective management of the line station keep.
    • to a minimum the number of deferred defects and monitor the progress of rectification.
    • Attending all required training, including aircraft type training when the organization requires additional type coverage.
    • For the incoming inspection of components, parts, materials, tools, and equipment, the related classification, segregation, and storage according to the manufacturer's recommendations.
    • Ensure that tooling & equipment is used following the relevant instructions and organization procedures.
    • Maintain tooling & equipment as directed by the DAM.
    • Perform any reasonable duties associated with the upkeep of the line station and maintenance facility as directed by the DAM.
    • When necessary, report problems and suggest improvements to the Director, Quality Aircraft.
    • Maintenance in respect of the organization’s MOE & procedures to remain an up-to-date and accurate document reflective of the maintenance organization.
    • Maintain and uphold a Just Culture in the approved maintenance organization.
    • Submit internal occurrence reports to the Director, Quality Aircraft Maintenance when required and encourage colleagues to do the same.
    • Prepare relevant work packages and formally hand them to maintenance personnel as applicable.
    • Review completed work packages, identify errors and/or omissions, and liaise with maintenance personnel to have appropriate corrections made to ensure the system is reflective of maintenance activities performed.
    • Archive electronic copies of completed work packages and send original documentation to the relevant CAMO.
    • Actively support and promote a positive safety learning culture through the reporting of occurrences and potential hazards and by adopting continuous improvement and human factors principles with their work.
    Qualifications / Requirements: 
    • UK CAA/EASA Part 66 License (B1, B2 & C).
    • Supervisory experience running base maintenance checks.
    • Current type ratings on one or more of the following types; Embraer 135/145, Boeing 737NG, ATR 42/72, Airbus A320 CEO.
    • Knowledge of Part M, Part 145, Part 66 & Part 147.
    • HF Qualified.
    • EWIS Qualified.
    • SFAR88 Qualified.
    • Ability to effectively communicate both written and verbally in the English language.
    • Ability to work IAW-approved maintenance data.
    Travel / Misc.:
    • None.
  • Mechanic - Multiple Openings
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Summary:

    This role is primarily responsible for performing aircraft maintenance, repair, and modification tasks under supervision at the WASL Teesside facility.

    Responsibilities:
    • Perform assigned aircraft maintenance, repair, and modification tasks.
    • Accurately record all work performed on the appropriate maintenance records such as worksheets/task cards.
    • Comply with procedures detailed within the Maintenance Organization Expositions and any associated documentation.
    • Comply with all company health and safety policies, procedures, and COSHH requirements.
    • When not assigned to aircraft work, fully utilize available time productively to support the maintenance and cleanliness of the facility.
    • Perform any additional duties or tasks as directed by the Base Maintenance Manager.
    • Actively support and promote a positive safety learning culture through the reporting of occurrences and potential hazards and by adopting continuous improvement and human factors principles with their work.
    Qualifications / Requirements:
    • Aeronautical apprenticeship or recognised national qualification in aircraft maintenance.
    • Minimum of 4 years aircraft maintenance experience.
    • Be able to demonstrate an organised approach to daily job tasks.
    • Can demonstrate a high level of skill across multiple disciplines, such as mechanical, structural, and power plant tasks.
    • Knowledge of maintenance standards.
    • Knowledge and ability to use aircraft maintenance data.
    • Initial Human Factors (HF) training.
    • Fuel Tank Safety (FTS) training.
    • Electrical Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS) training.
    • English Language proficiency (Written & Spoken).
    Travel / Misc.: 
    • None.
  • Planning and Records Engineer
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Summary:

    This is a role within the UK CAA and EASA Part 145 approved aircraft maintenance functional area performing planning of maintenance, planning the availabilities of the means to perform the work, control of maintenance data, preparation of work packages, and record archiving activities.

    Responsibilities:
    • Liaise with relevant Continuing Airworthiness Management Organizations (CAMO) to review their requested scheduled maintenance needs and schedule them  appropriately into the WASL maintenance plan.
    • Liaise with the relevant CAMO to obtain the initially requested maintenance workscope(s) and processes any addendum requests thereafter.
    • Liaise with relevant CAMO to confirm any preloaded spares and materials and identify/coordinate the provision of any additional items that need to be sourced by WASL.
    • Liaise with aircraft and engine manufacturers and the relevant CAMO (customer provided) as required to obtain maintenance data then distribute and control within WASL to ensure maintenance personnel have access to the correct revision status of maintenance data.
    • Review maintenance work scopes with key WASL internal stakeholders to ensure the means to perform the planned maintenance activities are available (including but not limited to manpower, hangar, tooling, equipment, parts, materials, and data).
    • Review maintenance workshops with key WASL internal stakeholders to identify and then coordinate the provision of any required external services (e.g. Non non-destructive testing, Tooling Loan).
    • Prepare relevant work packages and formally hand them to maintenance personnel as applicable.
    • Review completed work packages, identify errors and/or omissions, and liaise with maintenance personnel to have appropriate corrections made to ensure the system is reflective of maintenance activities performed.
    • Review AvSight (electronic records system), identify errors and/or omissions, and liaise with maintenance personnel to have appropriate corrections made to ensure the system is reflective of maintenance activities performed.
    • Archive electronic copies of completed work packages and send original documentation to the relevant CAMO.
    • Participate in internal and external stakeholder liaison meetings as required.
    • Perform any additional duties or tasks as directed by the Planning & Records Supervisor.
    • Actively support and promote a positive safety learning culture through the reporting of occurrences and potential hazards and by adopting continuous improvement and human factors principles with their work.
    Qualifications/Requirements:
    • Minimum of 3 years planning experience within a Part-145 and/or Part-M/CAMO environment
    • Knowledge and understanding of applicable Part-145 and Part-M/CAMO requirements.
    • Experience with continuing airworthiness records systems (e.g., AvSight, AMOS, OASES).
    • Ability to interpret technical data.
    • Technical records experience desirable.
    • Technical knowledge representative of the products/types maintained by WASL desirable.
    • Knowledge of HF, EWIS, & FTS.
    • Key skills:
      o Planning & organisational skills
      o Attention to detail/analytical
      o Communication (written and verbal)
      o Interpersonal skills/team player and stakeholder (internal & external) liaison
    Travel / Misc.:
    • None.

    The post holder will be expected to carry out any other duties allocated that are appropriate to the grade and nature of this post. Job descriptions will be reviewed and discussed annually in line with the Staff Appraisal Scheme.

    WASL is committed to equal opportunities and has an Equality and Diversity policy by legislation and all appointments are subject to pre-employment checks including references and a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

  • Stores Person
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Summary:

    Maintain the Teesside Hangar 2 store facilities including goods receiving, allocation of goods, and return of items. As a Goods-In inspector, you will have responsibility for the receiving inspection of components, parts, materials, and tools as well as storage in line with OEM recommendations and UK CAA/EASA regulations.

    Responsibilities:
    • Carry out inspections of all goods received, ensuring correct condition and paperwork requirements are met.
    • Monitoring of all Part/Consumable stock levels and shelf life, escalating within the Supply Chain as required.
    • Ongoing monitoring of the Store Operation effectiveness – supporting the Lead Store Person with adaptation and creation of procedures to support.
    • Work with the Lead Store Person and Tooling Specialists to perform periodic checks of tooling, managing the inventory, and maintaining appropriate records.
    • To prioritize and prepare aircraft parts as directed in preparation for maintenance inputs.
    • To support the cleanliness, tidiness, and upkeep of Hangar stores.
    • To support the day-to-day running of Hangar stores.
    • Understand and be able to effectively operate the maintenance system.
    • Ensure workplace health and safety standards are met.
    • Ensure Dangerous Goods Awareness is always applied.
    • To maintain the store's area in an orderly manner.
    • Comply with company procedures for material handling.
    • Ensure delivery and received materials are well stored in the proper location in the warehouse.
    • Perform any additional duties or tasks as directed by the Stores & Tooling Supervisor
    • Actively support and promote a positive safety learning culture through the reporting of occurrences and potential hazards and by adopting continuous improvement and human factors principles with their work.
    Qualifications/Requirements:
    • Knowledge and understanding of applicable Part-145 and Part-M/CAMO requirements.
    • Previous store experience desirable.
    • Knowledge of HF, EWIS, & FTS
    • Key skills:
      o Attention to detail/analytical
      o Communication (written and verbal)
      o Interpersonal skills/team player and stakeholder (internal & external) liaison
    Travel / Misc.:
    • None.

    The post holder will be expected to carry out any other duties allocated that are appropriate to the grade and nature of this post. Job descriptions will be reviewed and discussed annually in line with the Staff Appraisal Scheme

    WASL are committed to equal opportunities and have an Equality and Diversity policy in accordance with legislation and all appointments are subject to pre-employment checks including references and a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

  • Ramp Agent - Multiple Openings
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Teesside, UK
    Willis Aviation Services Limited
    Summary:

    To co-ordinate all activities to ensure a safe, quick, and efficient turnaround, manage the entire arrival and departure process ensuring a safe working environment and achieve an on-time departure. As a Ramp Agent, you will be required to understand various airline systems and communicate with the relevant departments, also ensure that the aircraft departs with all passengers, baggage, and cargo. Complete and maintain flight records.

    Responsibilities:

    Airside Areas
    • Complete various flight details and logs.
    • Maintain applicable safety and performance standards.
    • Develop and build good relations with customers and Airport authorities.
    • Report irregularities and take appropriate action.
    • Perpetration of any flight paperwork for crew including printing of flight plans, weather packs, reports, passenger lists etc.
    • Communicate aircraft fuel and load data between the flight crew and load control departments.
    • Priorities tasks and manage the turnaround of aircraft from arrival to departure.
    • Operate a variety of computer systems and handheld devices.
    • Deal with aircraft weight and balance calculations as required.
    • Report all equipment malfunctions to the appropriate supervisor/manager.
    • Comply with all UK/Ireland/EU legislation as well as airport authority and carrier security requirements.
    • Ensuring company Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) are complied.
    Training
    • Within your role as Ramp Agent, you will be required to partake in a training program that will allow you to complete relevant practices/procedures required of this role.
    Other duties
    • Provide general administrative support to the Ground Handling Team and business.
    • Provide holiday/absence cover for colleagues within the team when necessary.
    • Travel to other sites may also be required.
    • Flexibility with shifts to cover business-critical needs.
    • This list is not exhaustive and may vary depending on location and operational/local customer requirements.
    Qualifications / Requirements:
    • Proven experience as an office administrator, office assistant or relevant role
    • Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities
    • Excellent organizational skills
    • Familiarity with office management procedures
    • Proficient in MS Office and Office management software
    • Qualifications in Administration or Business Studies to NVQ3
    • Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities
    • Organizational skills
    • Proficient in MS Office
    • English Language proficiency (Written & Spoken)
    • Full Clean Driving License
    Travel / Misc.:
    • None.

    *WAML is committed to equal opportunities and has an Equality and Diversity policy in accordance with legislation and all appointments are subject to pre-employment checks including references and a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

  • Technical Records Auditor
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Asset Management Limited
    Bridgend, UK
    Willis Asset Management Limited
    Summary: 

    To provide Technical Records support to the Willis Lease Finance portfolio/program and other areas of the business when required. 

    Responsibilities: 

    Engine Records Review and Management 

    •    Review and verification of the accuracy and completeness of Technical Documentation, including but not limited to lease returns, post-lease inspections, minor shop visits, etc.

    •    Ongoing maintenance and review of the engine records during the lease period.

    •    Responsible for the collation and management of original records with due consideration for regulatory and Willis’s storage obligations.

    •    Audit compliance of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins for each engine and ensure correct/status is entered into the applicable database and records management system.

    •    Update Willis database for tracking of accurate and current information for engines, components, inspections, and other technical information including monthly utilization.

    •    Understands Life Limited Back to Birth trace requirements including how particular ADs and SBs affect the life limit of LLPs.


    Continuous Records Management 

    •    Ensure all engine records are updated to accurately reflect the latest technical data, (i.e. ADs, SBs).

    •    Ensure all updated engine records are filed in the relevant location, whether they are hard copy or digital records.


    Planning and Organizing 
    •    
    Maintain continuous familiarity with WAML and WLFC processes and procedures.

    •    Effectively manage conflicting priorities and tasks on a day-to-day basis.

    •    Liaise with Manager to ensure workload is shared and effective handovers take place when necessary.

    •    Ensure activities/projects/tasks are completed within agreed timescales/deadlines and reported to the relevant Managers/Stakeholders.


    Day-to-day communications /interactions 
    •    
    Always deliver clear verbal and written communication bearing in mind cultural and religious differences when dealing with internal/external customers and regulatory officials.

    •    Communicate with Project Managers, Lease Return Coordinators, Lessees/Operators, and/or Maintenance Organizations to obtain required engine data.


    Self - management 
    •    
    Produce high-quality work with minimal support from the manager.

    •    Demonstrate extreme diligence and detail-oriented approach with excellent analytical skills.


    Teamwork 
    •    
    Contribute to discussions and listen to the views of colleagues, sharing ideas and information.

    •    Demonstrates drive, enthusiasm, commitment to team objectives and support in the absence of team members.


    Customer Relations 
    •    
    Build good relationships with internal and external customers.

    •    Manage customer expectations and activities.

    •    Keep customers informed of any issues and report accordingly.


    Qualifications / Requirements: 
    •    
    Knowledge of aircraft and engines. Prefer knowledge of the following engine types: CF34, CFM56, GEnx,LEAP-1A, LEAP-1B, PW1100, Trent and V2500.

    •    Authority (FAA/EASA) certificate or equivalent license a plus.


    Travel/Misc.: 
    •    
    None


    The Post holder will be expected to carry out any other duties allocated that are appropriate to the grade and nature of this post. 

    Job Descriptions will be reviewed and discussed annually in line with the Staff Appraisal Scheme.
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Equal Employment Opportunity

At Willis Lease Finance Corporation (WLFC), we are dedicated to fair hiring practices and diversity in the workplace. We are committed to a workplace environment that encourages growth and respect for all current and prospective employees based upon job-related factors such as educational background, work experience, and ability to perform the essential functions of a particular job.

It is the policy and practice of WLFC to prohibit any form of discrimination or harassment based on race, color, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), gender identity or gender expression, military or veteran status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state or local law. WLFC is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application processes.

Compensation & Benefits

We are committed to providing our employees with a competitive compensation and benefits package that includes:

  • Competitive salaries & bonuses
  • Education Assistance Program
  • HMO & PPO medical plans
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Health Savings Account
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Dental
  • Short-term and long-term disability coverage
  • Vision
  • Term life and voluntary supplemental life insurance
  • Vacation and holidays
  • AFLAC voluntary supplemental insurance
  • Time off due to illness
  • Travel Accident Insurance
  • 401(k) employer match

Working
at Willis

Being a part of Willis Lease Finance Corporation means you’ll be a member of a world-class team that drives our business to new heights every day.

Our culture values humility, high trust & autonomy, a desire for excellence and meeting commitments, strong team cohesion, a sense of urgency, a desire to learn, and accomplish goals that have a direct business impact. Employees are recognized and rewarded for their unique contributions.

Matching Gift
Program

We are proud to assist our employees in giving something back to the community through our Matching Gift Program. The Matching Gift Program encourages employees to contribute to a qualifying charitable organization of their choice. Willis Lease Finance Corporation will match 100% on a dollar-for-dollar basis, up to a maximum total match amount of $2,500 per employee per program year.