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Maintenance Support Engineer


Carbon60
Salary: Ltd rate.
Location: Oxfordshire
Job type: Contract
Contact: Sam Hewlett
Sector: Aviation
Category: Planning & Project Engineer Jobs
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Maintenance Support Engineer
Oxford

Carbon60 have a new position for a number of Maintenance Support Engineers working with the A400M to work a contract extending past the end of the year based in Oxford.

As a Maintenance Support Engineer you will be required to plan, develop, monitor and ensure the compliance of the maintenance programme whilst maintaining communication within the Part 145 organisations and sub-contracting organisations.

Role Responsibilities



Plan, schedule and audit maintenance programmes

Schedule tasks and packs (including BOM's) to ensure materials are available for maintenance activities

Completion and certification of work packs

Audit of maintenance data (MDS)

Management of maintenance records and configuration control, weight and balance.

Required Skills



Aircraft maintenance engineering training (Civilian or Military)

A good understanding of Part 145 maintenance regulatory requirements

Proficient in CIS (LITS/ AMOS/ ENVISAGE/ RUSADA/ MDS)

Part M familiarity and CAMO experience - desirable

Summary of contract details:



Start: ASAP

Contract Length: Ongoing.

Location: Carterton, Oxford

Rate: £23-25 Per Hour Ltd (Paid into UK limited Company or PSL Umbrella company)

UK limited company contractors must hold company insurances.

The successful contractor must undergo UK National Security Clearance prior to contract start.

For more information regarding the Maintenance Support Engineer Role in Oxford, please contact Carbon60 Exeter on.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency.

Maintenance Support Engineer
Oxford

Carbon60 have a new position for a number of Maintenance Support Engineers working with the A400M to work a contract extending past the end of the year based in Oxford.

As a Maintenance Support Engineer you will be required to plan, develop, monitor and ensure the compliance of the maintenance programme whilst maintaining communication within the Part 145 organisations and sub-contracting organisations.

Role Responsibilities



Plan, schedule and audit maintenance programmes

Schedule tasks and packs (including BOM's) to ensure materials are available for maintenance activities

Completion and certification of work packs

Audit of maintenance data (MDS)

Management of maintenance records and configuration control, weight and balance.

Required Skills



Aircraft maintenance engineering training (Civilian or Military)

A good understanding of Part 145 maintenance regulatory requirements

Proficient in CIS (LITS/ AMOS/ ENVISAGE/ RUSADA/ MDS)

Part M familiarity and CAMO experience - desirable

Summary of contract details:



Start: ASAP

Contract Length: Ongoing.

Location: Carterton, Oxford

Rate: £23-25 Per Hour Ltd (Paid into UK limited Company or PSL Umbrella company)

UK limited company contractors must hold company insurances.

The successful contractor must undergo UK National Security Clearance prior to contract start.

For more information regarding the Maintenance Support Engineer Role in Oxford, please contact Carbon60 Exeter on.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency.


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