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11 months ago
Morson International
Salary: £25.00 per hour
Location: Lincolnshire
Job type: Contract
Contact: Lizzie Mccormack
Sector: Military & Defence
Category: Avionics Engineer Jobs

An opportunity has arisen for an SoW Co-ordinator position within the Typhoon Availability Service (TAS) Fleet Management Team - a component of the Technical Services department at RAF Coningsby.

Key responsibilities include:-

Experienced and skilled individual with Fast Jet / Typhoon experience of:-

  • Configuration Management, Maintenance / Production Planning job card authoring (ESS experience beneficial. Planning Tools such as DMS, Maintenix, SAP or similar essential)
  • Fluent use / understanding of Technical Publications / Manuals iaw platform processes. (Trilogy View or other platform equivalents essential.)
  • Customer focused and able to deliver flexible and proactive attitude to carrying out responsibilities, appropriate to the role and takes direction appropriately.
  • Reliable, motivated, work on occasions with minimal supervision and deliver dynamic business support.

The Individual

Experienced and skilled individual with Fast Jet / Typhoon experience

GOOD - Microsoft Office Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Project.

ESSENTIAL - Communication, Team Working and Motivational Skills.

Personal Qualifications:

HNC or Equiv - Level 3

Technical Craft/Apprenticeship - Level 3

Working hours

- Candidates should be aware that this position involves shift work

(Shift Pattern: 7.30am to 4.00pm and 4.00pm to 2.00am)

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