about 1 month ago
Av/ Avionic Supervisor (B4T) in T2 Rectification Day Shift
To work on site at RAF Valley, Anglesey LL65 3LU
Paying £19.00 Limited or £14.88 Paye
This contract is being offered on an on-going contract basis. Standard 37.5 hours/week.
M-TH 08:00-16:15 F-08:00-15:00. Potentially up to 48 hours p/w depending on business needs. The client can consider flexible work pattern (Monday to Thursday, for example).
General Job Description
To assist in the production of Hawk aircraft to meet the daily flying task. Employees may be asked to work over-time to ensure there are sufficient aircraft to meet the task. The Hawk contract requires employees to support planned detachments and down-bird recovery activities as and when requested.
To carry out as directed trade tasks pertinent with the maintenance, rectification and preparation of Aircraft to meet the allocated daily task. Tasks are to be supervised and carried out in a safe and efficient manner to ensure task progression meets the allocated flying programme without compromising flight safety or the airworthiness of the aircraft. Any problems or foreseen delays are to be passed directly to trade supervisor.
Leading Fitters will oversee all authorised tasks providing oversight and assurance of the quality of the service, and foster being Babcock culture/total safety. They will be technically trained in one of the 3 trades and, will be able to support the rectification task during light flying periods and assist aircrew with crew-in snags. The actions and decisions taken shall be limited to those actions authorised as governed by trade, experience and competence.
The main tasks could include but not limited to:
•Carry out first signature responsibilities
•Sign 1st signature for tasked work within trade boundary
•Sign 2nd signature for supervision of work within trade boundary, regardless of 1st signatory's rank
•Carry out all authority level F tasks that do not require additional authorization criteria - subject to any limitations imposed by the authorizing authority
•Ensure that the work areas are kept clean and FOD free.
•Maintaining a PEVL to establish continuity of experience.
•Maintain Environmental, Quality, Security and Health & Safety standards as defined by Babcock Policy
•Behave in line with the Being Babcock set of principles.
•Ensure Company health, safety and environmental procedures are implemented and complied with at all times.
•Maintaining an effective changeover by debriefs or written log to provide a smooth transition and continuation of trade tasks between each shift where and when applicable
•Champion a culture of Near Miss and Error Reporting and take the lead for subsequent investigations
•All staff are to ensure that they maintain the standard of security policies and procedures as stipulated within Station and Hawk Security Standing Orders.
•All staff are responsible for ensuring that all Information Technology and Information Management processes, policies, procedures and controls are adhered to for all IT systems within their use.
Staff may be required to carry out additional tasks as directed
Technical Experience and Qualifications
•3 years industry experience Essential
•Supervisors in Aviation training
•AV/Elec Systems Type course Essential
•Training in an Aircraft related discipline to City & Guilds 2675 Level 3 or equivalent.
•Internal candidates should be a minimum Grade of B3T within the Company or received 6 years type experience at B2T and above.
•Military aircraft technical training in an aircraft systems discipline
•Quality, (QMS) and Air Safety Management Systems, (SMS) Training
•Computer literate Essential
Generic Skills all Essential
•Use engineering knowledge and understanding to apply technical practical skills
•Contribute to the design, development, manufacture, construction, commissioning operation or maintenance of products, equipment, processes, systems or services
•Accept and exercise personal responsibility
•Use effective communication and interpersonal skills
•Make a personal commitment to an appropriate code of professional conduct, recognising obligations to society, the profession and the environment Positive attitude
•Maintain aircraft armament system, including specified self-certifying preventive maintenance tasks (electrical)
•Precision Terminal Process
•Repetition sense and leak checks (det only)
•Knowledge of applicable legislation and Standards
•Knowledge of Quality (QMS), Saftey (SMS) and Environmatal Management Systems
•Knowledge of RAF Engineering policy documentation and organisation
•Knowledge of human factors, human performance and limitations
•Knowledge of logistics processes
•Knowledge of organisation capabilities, privileges and limitations
•Knowledge of Part-M, Part-145 and any other relevant regulations
•Knowledge of relevant parts of the maintenance organisation exposition and procedures
•Knowledge of occurrence reporting system and understanding of the importance of reporting occurrences, incorrect maintenance data and existing or potential defects
•Knowledge of safety risks linked to the working environment
•Knowledge on wiring and husbandry when relevant
•Understanding of professional integrity, behaviour and attitude towards safety
•Understanding of conditions for ensuring continuing airworthiness of aircraft and components
•Understanding of his/her own human performance and limitations
•Understanding of personnel authorisations and limitations
•Understanding critical task
•Ability to compile and control completed work cards
•Ability to consider human performance and limitations
•Ability to determine required qualifications for task performance
•Ability to identify and rectify existing and potential unsafe conditions
•Ability to manage third parties involved in maintenance activity
•Ability to confirm proper accomplishment of maintenance tasks
•Ability to identify and properly plan performance of critical task
•Ability to prioritise tasks and report discrepancies
•Ability to process the work requested by the operator
•Ability to promote the safety and quality policy
•Ability to properly process removed, uninstalled and rejected parts
•Ability to properly records and sign for work accomplished
•Ability to understand work orders, work cards and refer to and use applicable maintenance data
•Ability to use information systems
•Ability to use, control and be familiar with required tooling and/or equipment
•Adequate communication and literacy skills
•Resources management and production planning skills
•Teamwork, decision-making and leadership skills
Contractors will need to present all qualifications at interview - and will not be interviewed without so please ensure you have your original documents.
There are forms that will need to be completed by contractors who accept an offer, prior to and before confirming a start. NB: All workers must hold a current Human Factors Certification (valid for 2 years) and relevant EWIS Certification that must be brought with them on their first day.
BPSS will need to be completed in addition to the other forms at offer stage.
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