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Airworthiness Engineer

Job Description

Service Care Solutions are looking for a Airworthiness Engineer to work within the West Yorkshire Police on a 3-month contract.

Location: Homebased - National Travel required.

Job role/responsibilities:
Support the HoTS, to ensure compliance with National and European Aviation Legislation ensuring CAA Accreditation through their provision of appropriate certification to validate the airworthiness of NPAS aircraft enabling NPAS to provide an effective air support service to Police Forces across England and Wales.

  • Lead by example in line with Police Code of Ethics, ensuring force values are understood and considered in decision-making.
  • Ensure NPAS aircraft airworthiness and availability, complying with relevant regulations.
  • Issue National Certification of Airworthiness (NARC) extensions and Maintenance Variations, reviewing and approving Aircraft Maintenance Programmes (AMPs).
  • Oversee maintenance operations, including in-house and outsourced, ensuring compliance with legislation.
  • Support HoTs and NPAS project team in future fleet airworthiness requirements during procurement and acceptance testing.
  • Work within NPAS Safety Management System, updating occurrence reporting tool and assisting in investigations.
  • Assist HoTs in research and provision of information on continuing airworthiness management.
  • Liaise with stakeholders to achieve effective air support service provision.

Knowledge/Experience required:

  • To have an Engineering Degree or holds/have previously held a CAA Part 66 Engineer Licence * Possess a minimum of 5 years' experience working in a continuing airworthiness environment.
  • Experience of carrying out CAM duties within a large organisation, ideally in a related field, e.g., emergency services, armed forces.
  • Appropriate experience of staff management within a "matrix" environment, that is of team members who are both direct employees and employed by other organisation ensuring service delivery to rigid standards.
  • Appropriate knowledge and understanding of performance management.
  • Ability to use a range of software solutions.
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) to prepare and present specialist reports to a range of NPAS Stakeholders.


  • Engineering Degree or hold/have previously held a CAA Part 66 Engineer Licence.

If you are interested in this role or want further discussion, please contact Lewis O'Donnell either via email: or tel: 01772208962. Alternatively, if you have any friend or colleagues that might be interested, please feel free to refer them as we a have a referral scheme in place of up to £250.