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Gulfstream Aerospace
Location: Farnborough Airport
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: Gulfstream
Contact: Kelli Usher
Sector: Maintenance, Aircraft, Licensed Maintenance - Base, Licensed Maintenance - Line
Category: B2 Licensed Engineer

Unique Skills:

The Licensed Avionics B2 Inspector, is responsible for ensuring compliance with maintenance, inspection and legislative standards as specified by EASA and the Quality and Airworthiness Manager.

Initial training for the role will take place in Luton. Candidate must be willing and able to commute to Luton and then willing and able to relocate to the Farnborough area in 2020.

Education and Experience Requirements:


EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance License with relevant aircraft Type Ratings required. Certification experience within an EASA Part 145 organisation.

Position Purpose:
The Licensed Avionics B2 Inspector, is responsible for ensuring compliance with maintenance, inspection and legislative standards as specified by EASA and the Quality and Airworthiness Manager.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

Essential Functions: 1. Acting as an inspector in support of a specific aircraft, line or base maintenance input in accordance with MOE Part 146, as revised 2. Perform the day to day duties and responsibilities of a Maintenance Team Leader, when requested by a Service Team Manager 3. When requested by a Maintenance Team Leader or Service Team Manager, the daily management of the manpower resources, consisting of licensed mechanical and avionics inspectors and fitters, as assigned to a specific aircraft line or base maintenance input 4. Certifying those tasks that they have been trained on and authorised to perform Inspect and certify, at both Luton main base and other locations worldwide In addition, carrying out any other maintenance tasks, requested by the Maintenance Team Leader For base maintenance, this can include Category ‘C’ Certification for those qualified in accordance with MOE Part 34, as revised 5. Promoting and ensuring that aircraft line or base maintenance commitments that they are assigned to are fulfilled within the assigned time scale In the event of a delay for any reason, they are responsible for informing the Maintenance Team Leader and Service Team Manager as soon as possible 6. Promoting and ensuring that all aircraft maintenance documentation relevant to the work that they have personally performed or supervised is completed fully, including all task stage requirements before the end of each shift or their reassignment to another work task, during the same shift

Additional Functions: 1. Understanding and sharing the strategic position of the department in relation to Product Support, 2. Advising the STM of any difficulties or shortcomings that may be experienced through performing departmental duties. 3. Awareness and understanding of departmental measures in place for the monitoring of department goals, product delivery and quality. 4. Maintaining personal & departmental husbandry to ensure continued department success. 5. Ensuring handovers are carried out as required. to ensure work flow. 6. Attending Stand-up Board’ meetings as required. to roll out performance communications and discussions. 7. Such other duties as may be, from time to time, delegated by the STM or Department Manager. 8. Promoting and ensuring that the quality of workmanship in the final product is to a standard acceptable to the EASA and the UK CAA. This is achieved by complying with statutory and company standards for all maintenance and design change work on aircraft and/or components, including ensuring the correct and adequate standards of cleanliness and tidiness for the work in hand. Perform other duties as assigned.

Other Requirements:

1. Extensive combination of line & base maintenance experience.
2. Evidence of aircraft inspection and certification experience gained during the above extensive line and base aircraft work experience.
3. Experience within the corporate industry an advantage.
4. Good working knowledge of Aviation Legislation.
5. Good verbal and written communication skills.
6. Good practical computer user skills.
7. Flexible approach to working patterns.
8. Able to demonstrate a well-organized approach to daily job tasks.

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