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Wildcat Contractor Maintenence Team Deputy Manager


Morson International
Salary: Competitive
Location: Yeovil
Job type: Contract
Contact: Sue Orr
Sector: Aviation
Job Role: Engineers Jobs
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Morson has an exciting employed worker opportunity for a Deputy WCM (Wildcat Maintenance Manager) working on site at RNAS Yeovilton.

The details below give some details of the role but may be subject to change as the need arises.

JOB Details

The WCM Deputy Manager is responsible to the WCM Manager for day to day engineering management of the WCM at the Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Yeovilton; and is to ensure that all flying and operating requirements are met to the satisfaction of the WCM Manager and the Authority.

MAIN ACTIVITIES AND TASKS

Act as Deputy to the Wildcat Maintenance Manager, and whenever the Manager is absent, to act as the senior WCM representative at RNAS Yeovilton assuming all management responsibilities and authorisations, up to the technical authorisations within his Record of Engineering Authorisations for airworthiness issues.

Thus imposing his engineering standards on all WCM aircraft tradesmen and on all aircraft related issues that affect airworthiness and availability, especially:

Management of all WCM aircraft engineering activities, including the timeliness and quality of engineering output and limited authority to extend and anticipate lives and servicing in line with authority granted by WCM Manager.

Fleet management and maintenance planning; including management of the aircraft maintenance stagger plan.

Use of GOLDesp in order to monitor the aircraft maintenance stagger plan.

Supervising and co-ordinating the maintenance activity of the WCM shifts to meet customer requirements.

Authorising and monitoring aircraft operating limitations and the deferred rectification of defects.

Planning and co-ordinating forward servicing package, modification programmes and other significant scheduled maintenance activity.

Planning and co-ordinating significant unscheduled maintenance and repair activity.

Managing the F760 Fault Reporting system, ensuring that all defects are fully reported to the appropriate Authority in accordance with Procedure 461.

Managing the publications F765 Unsatisfactory Feature Report (UFR) system and equivalent procedures for CIETP, ensuring that unsatisfactory features or suggested improvements are passed to the appropriate publications authority in accordance with Procedure 313.

To confirm Serious Fault Reports (SFR) before release.

Responsible for ensuring that all aircraft-related activities are properly subjected to the supporting units QA System including input as required to any external audits.

Raising and input of engineering and technical data to the DASOR system for all WCM related occurrences, including Serious Fault Reports.

Liaison with external authorities and agencies as necessary for the efficient operation of WCM.

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

Educated to HNC level or equivalent in an aviation related subject having service technical training to Artificer level and having served as a Senior Supervisor or having under gone an equivalent civilian / military engineering apprenticeship and operated as a civilian engineering manager in a military aviation environment status.

Minimum 5 years' working knowledge as an artificer or civilian equivalent, having held and exercised authorised powers of signature at that level to sign aircraft documentation.

A deep understanding of all aspects of aircraft maintenance engineering, maintenance planning and documentation, ideally with Wildcat or Lynx experience.

Please send cv or ring Sue Orr onfor more details.

Morson has an exciting employed worker opportunity for a Deputy WCM (Wildcat Maintenance Manager) working on site at RNAS Yeovilton.

The details below give some details of the role but may be subject to change as the need arises.

JOB Details

The WCM Deputy Manager is responsible to the WCM Manager for day to day engineering management of the WCM at the Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Yeovilton; and is to ensure that all flying and operating requirements are met to the satisfaction of the WCM Manager and the Authority.

MAIN ACTIVITIES AND TASKS

Act as Deputy to the Wildcat Maintenance Manager, and whenever the Manager is absent, to act as the senior WCM representative at RNAS Yeovilton assuming all management responsibilities and authorisations, up to the technical authorisations within his Record of Engineering Authorisations for airworthiness issues.

Thus imposing his engineering standards on all WCM aircraft tradesmen and on all aircraft related issues that affect airworthiness and availability, especially:

Management of all WCM aircraft engineering activities, including the timeliness and quality of engineering output and limited authority to extend and anticipate lives and servicing in line with authority granted by WCM Manager.

Fleet management and maintenance planning; including management of the aircraft maintenance stagger plan.

Use of GOLDesp in order to monitor the aircraft maintenance stagger plan.

Supervising and co-ordinating the maintenance activity of the WCM shifts to meet customer requirements.

Authorising and monitoring aircraft operating limitations and the deferred rectification of defects.

Planning and co-ordinating forward servicing package, modification programmes and other significant scheduled maintenance activity.

Planning and co-ordinating significant unscheduled maintenance and repair activity.

Managing the F760 Fault Reporting system, ensuring that all defects are fully reported to the appropriate Authority in accordance with Procedure 461.

Managing the publications F765 Unsatisfactory Feature Report (UFR) system and equivalent procedures for CIETP, ensuring that unsatisfactory features or suggested improvements are passed to the appropriate publications authority in accordance with Procedure 313.

To confirm Serious Fault Reports (SFR) before release.

Responsible for ensuring that all aircraft-related activities are properly subjected to the supporting units QA System including input as required to any external audits.

Raising and input of engineering and technical data to the DASOR system for all WCM related occurrences, including Serious Fault Reports.

Liaison with external authorities and agencies as necessary for the efficient operation of WCM.

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

Educated to HNC level or equivalent in an aviation related subject having service technical training to Artificer level and having served as a Senior Supervisor or having under gone an equivalent civilian / military engineering apprenticeship and operated as a civilian engineering manager in a military aviation environment status.

Minimum 5 years' working knowledge as an artificer or civilian equivalent, having held and exercised authorised powers of signature at that level to sign aircraft documentation.

A deep understanding of all aspects of aircraft maintenance engineering, maintenance planning and documentation, ideally with Wildcat or Lynx experience.

Please send cv or ring Sue Orr onfor more details.


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