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SofemaOnline (SOL) considers the primary roles and responsibilities of MCC Personnel – Shift Engineer

Shift Manager of Maintenance Control (Aircraft Maintenance Controller)

The MCC Shift Engineer is responsible to the Maintenance Control Centre Manager for the smooth operation of the MCC department with the following key responsibilities.

Will typically have 5 years minimum experience with a relevant technical background. Will be expected to have worked in most areas of maintenance, including base maintenance, line maintenance, & production planning.

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Sofema Online (SOL) considers roles & responsibilities of an AOC holder related to continuing airworthiness.


An EASA Operator will have a management system that is compliant with the requirements of EASA Regulation 965/2012 - Annex III - ORO.GEN.200 and in addition will comply with the requirements of Part - CAMO & Part M.

An EU licensed air carrier hereafter referred to as ‘the operator’, needs to consider both the relevant Part-ORO and the applicable Part CAMO / Part-M requirements.

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Ensuring that we ensure compliance with the highest standards of Aviation Safety, is a responsibility which is shared between manufacturers, operators, regulators and MRO (Maintenance Repair Organisations) or Aviation Maintenance organisations, but note that each organisational element has specific obligations to ensure compliance with all regulatory obligations.

We understand that the aviation maintenance environment is heavily regulated this is true in fact whether the activity is delivered in the Middle East, Europe, America or the Far East.

Over the years we have seen a steady improvement in the technical safety of aircraft, however the potential exposure introduced by the human element remains ever present and needs to be addressed in the best way possible.

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