Date:  Jun 29, 2024
Company:  Wizz Air Hungary Légiközlekedési Korlátolt Felelős

Budapest, HU, H-1103


Wizz Air is a leading European low-cost airline with a fleet of modern and fuel-efficient aircraft. Our mission is to provide affordable and reliable air travel to everyone, everywhere, while minimizing our environmental impact. We are proud to foster a diverse and inclusive team of over 8,000 employees from more than 90 nationalities, who share our values of inclusivity, positivity, dedication, integrity, and sustainability.


As a rapidly expanding airline, we offer exciting career opportunities across a range of functions, from flight operations to engineering, customer experience, finance, and more. We provide extensive training and development opportunities to help our employees grow and succeed in their roles. Joining Wizz Air means joining a team that is passionate about aviation, dedicated to excellence, and committed to making air travel accessible and sustainable for all. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career in the aviation industry, we welcome you to explore our job opportunities and become a part of our success story.


AMO Quality Manager 

Based in Budapest 



What we offer:


  • Base salary and employee bonus scheme
  • Unlimited number of significantly discounted and confirmed seating tickets, giving access to a continuously growing network of destinations
  • Relocation package (if applicable) – expense budget, Temporary accommodation, Administration support
  • Life insurance
  • AYCM sport pass contracting possibility
  • Instant impact, from any level of the organisation, exposure to C-suite management
  • Fast career progression, internal mobility and talent management supported by training opportunities (Wizz Academy and bespoke trainings)
  • True international and multi-cultural work environment, passionate, driven and diverse teams


Duties and responsibilities:


  • The nominated person AMO S&C {145.A.30 (b) & (c)} is responsible for ensuring that the maintenance organisation complies with EASA Part-145. In any case shall report directly to the Accountable Manager. This manager may delegate EASA Part-145 functions to other manager(s) working directly under their respective responsibility. 
  • The functions include maintenance/safety training, verification of performance and certification of maintenance, facility requirements, man-hour plan compliance, etc.
  • The function includes Internal Training Instructor.
  • Due to the size of the organisation this position combines the duties in Compliance and Safety management:


Compliance responsibilities:


  • Ensuring that the activities of the organisation are monitored for compliance with the applicable requirements and any additional requirements
  • Ensuring that any maintenance contracted to another maintenance organisation is monitored for compliance with the contract or work order;
  • Establishing an independent audit system to monitor compliance of the Part-145 organisation with EASA requirements, and that an audit plan is properly implemented, maintained, and continually reviewed and improved
  • Maintaining effective feedback system to the Accountable Manager
  • Monitoring and managing the amendment of the organization’s procedures and standard practices (MOE, including associated procedures, lists and forms) and validate their compliance
  • Assessing providers of materials, standard parts, components, and contracted organizations for satisfactory product quality in relation to the needs of the organisation;
  • Assessing subcontractors working under the Compliance Monitoring and maintaining the expertise necessary to be able to do so, to the satisfaction of EASA.
  • Issuing / renewing / withdrawing of EASA Part-145 individual Certification Authorisation Documents – Company Authorizations; issuing One-Off Authorizations;
  • Assess temporary or occasional cases of considered base maintenance tasks (from AD’s, SB’s, or AMP) to be performed;
  • Liaising with competent authority about maintenance activities conducted outside the approved locations;
  • Maintaining training program.


Safety responsibilities:


  • Managing the safety reporting scheme and the occurrence reporting system, including initiation and follow-up of internal occurrence investigations with clear authority for coordinating action on airworthiness occurrences and for initiating any necessary further investigation and follow-up activity;
  • Facilitate hazard identification, risk assessment and management;
  • Monitor the implementation of actions taken to mitigate risks, as listed in the safety action plan, unless action follow-up is addressed by the compliance monitoring function;
  • Provide periodic reports on safety performance to the Accountable Manager and Line Maintenance Manager (safety review board);
  • Ensure the maintenance of safety management documentation;
  • Ensure that there is safety training available, and that it meets acceptable standards;
  • Provide advice on safety matters;
  • Establishing feedback from maintenance incidents/issues and feeding these back into the recurrent training programme
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  • Relevant engineering degree, or technical degree, or an aircraft technician or maintenance engineer qualification with additional education.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of EASA Part 145 rules and any associated requirement and procedure, knowledge of EASA Part-M, Part-66, Part-21 rules - Reg (EU) no 1321/2014) and (EU) 2021/1963) and is updates.
  • Knowledge of EU Management system requirements and their application including safety management systems and compliance monitoring.
  • Knowledge of relevant maintenance methods.
  • Fuel tank Safety training Phase 1 awareness.
  • Knowledge of EWIS.
  • Safety training including Human Factors.
  • Knowledge of a relevant sample of aircraft/engine types maintained, demonstrated by training course (Airbus A320/A321 with engines IAE V2500 / IAE PW1100G).
  • Auditing techniques training and root cause analysis methodologies training.
  • Training of ICAO standards (Safety related).
  • Knowledge of accident/incident/occurrence investigations and root cause analysis methodologies demonstrated by training course.
  • Knowledge of hazard identification and risk management demonstrated by training course.
  • Practical experience and expertise in the application of aviation safety standards and safe operating practices.
  • Five years relevant work experience of which at least two years should be from the aeronautical industry in an appropriate position.
  • Safety management experience (preferred).
  • Excellent English language knowledge (mandatory), Hungarian language knowledge (strongly desirable).
  • Adequate language and communication skills.
  • Interpersonal and leadership skills, and ability to positively influence staff.
  • Be accepted by the Competent Authorities as a Nominated Person.





When applying, please only provide valid information regarding your educational background and certificates, as the original documents will be requested during the hiring process.


We look forward to meeting you and learning more about your skills and experience. Join the Wizz Air team and discover the world of opportunities. 



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