Employee Highlight: Stefan Frey
We are back in town with a new employee highlight! This time, we would like to introduce you to our newest member of Team AMROS: Stefan Frey! Have fun with the interview!
Meet Stefan Frey, Senior Technical Advisor / Continuing Airworthiness Manager at AMROS-Global. This month we would like to introduce him as our newest employee and share an insight into his role at AMROS.
Q: What did you do before working at AMROS?
Before AMROS, I worked for SR Technics for 27 years. I started as an aircraft maintenance engineer and later changed to the planning department. For the last 11 years, I was a project manager for various kinds of maintenance projects like heavy maintenance visits, modifications, Phase-in/Phase-outs etc.
Q: What is your current position and what does it entail? I am currently the Senior Technical Advisor/Continuing Airworthiness Manager since the end of May 2019. I am currently involved in different CAMO services for our customers, meaning I update aircraft statuses, create and delegate work packages and so on. Part of my position also entails updating the maintenance program for aircraft with tasks that need to be completed. On the other hand, I also perform pre-buy inspections, audits, maintenance check supervisions, and various aircraft transition activities.
Q: What do you like the most about your job?
What I like the most about my job is to work in a small team of very experienced colleagues and have the opportunity to work in the different fields of services that AMROS offers. Furthermore, I do like to have a certain flexibility in my working days depending on the projects, which is very well accepted here.
Q: What is the most challenging part of your job?
I would say its’s challenging because this area of work is not a straight line due to its constant changes. Since the market is constantly changing and adding regulations, it requires me to be adaptable, creative and open-minded.
Q: Do you have any advice for anyone who would like to work in your position?
First, a good knowledge of the aviation maintenance business is mandatory. This is not something you can study necessarily, but rather learn through years of experience because you must know what you are delegating. As I mentioned before, being open-minded, flexible, and open for changes is important for this job – although changes can be very interesting.
Q: What are 3 words you would use to describe AMROS?
I would say customer-oriented, innovative, and versatile.
And now for a little off-topic questions to conclude this interview ?
Q: If you could have any other job for one day, what would it be?
I think I would be Rockstar and perform in front of millions of people.
Q: What was the most embarrassing moment at work?
One time on a business trip, I had a connecting flight with 4-hour layover, and I missed the flight because they changed the time and I had no idea!
Q: If you could have dinner with any person (dead or alive), who would it be?
I would choose Rodger Federer because I am a big tennis fan and I play tennis myself.
Q: Let’s jump to the last question: Do you have any pet peeves?
Well, I don’t think anyone enjoys this, but it bothers me when someone isn’t being truthful. Do you have any questions or business inquiries for Stefan? Please contact: Stefan Frey E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org m.: +41 79 320 42 58
Our Latest Completed Phase-Out Project
We successfully phased-out the A321 of Germania Flug AG. Thanks to our professional team of consultants and the great collaboration of our customer, we were able to re-deliver the aircraft within budget and on time.
“Great team, great support. Thanks for supporting us during the phase-out of HB-JOI. We’re looking forward to our very close relationship.” says Markus Huwer, NPCA at Germania Flug AG.
New Cayman OTAR-39 CAMO Approval
This year we have started with lots of new improvements to our services, a face-lifting of our brand and even added the B787 to our CAMO capabilities. But we are not done yet..