ATR – Structure maintenance engineer (m/f) (ref. ATR – 16/74-E)
Founded in 1981, ATR has become the world leader in the market for regional aircraft with 90 seats or less. Since its creation, ATR has sold over 1,500 aircraft to over 200 operators based in more than 100 countries. ATR planes have totalled over 28 million of flights. ATR is a joint partnership between two major European aeronautical players: Airbus Group and Leonardo (Finmeccanica). The ATR headquarters are located in Toulouse. ATR is ISO 14001 certified, the international benchmark for respecting the environment.
Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. In 2015, it generated revenues of €64.5 billion and employed a workforce of around 136,600. Airbus offers the most comprehensive range of passenger airliners from 100 to more than 600 seats. Airbus is also a European leader providing tanker, combat, transport and mission aircraft, as well as Europe's number one space enterprise and the world's second largest space business. In helicopters, Airbus provides the most efficient civiland military rotorcraft solutions worldwide.
Our people work with passion and determination to make the world a more connected, safer and smarter place. Taking pride in our work, we draw on each other's expertise and experience to achieve excellence. Our diversity and teamwork culture propel us to accomplish the extraordinary - on the ground, in the sky and in space.
Description of the job
Reporting to the ATR Engineering department, you will perform the tasks of a Structure Maintenance Engineer based on the Airbus site in Blagnac.
You will participate in the Structural Data activities; you will be in charge of defining the approach, producing the stress substantiation and defining the impacts on the maintenance programme for the structure items of the ATR aircraft, within the framework of modifications, changes in regulations and use of aircraft, in-service incidents, in compliance with the design and certification rules.
This job requires participation in a stand-by structure of approximately 2 to 3 weeks per year.