Morson has an exciting permanent position for an Aircraft Controller to work with us on the Wildcat at RNAS Yeovilton. Must have a Rotary background.
MAIN ACTIVITIES AND TASKS
Assuming responsibility for airworthiness of allocated aircraft up to the technical authorisations within his individual REA.
Manage, control and assume overall responsibility for the planning and implementation of all maintenance activities on allocated aircraft.
Carry out overall management and control of support activities within his area of responsibility including bay husbandry. The co-ordination of spares management, tool control and daily and weekly checks of staging and minor GSE held within the bay.
Carry out all manpower planning, allocation of duties and responsibilities, administration including notifying Senior Manager of overtime, leave requests and time off in lieu for allocated personnel.
Identify any training requirements for personnel within his team and liaise directly with Senior Manager and WMS Training Co-ordinator to achieve them.
Be responsible for the general welfare and safety of allocated personnel.
Be responsible for carrying out aircraft acceptance and despatch checks and for producing the relevant reports.
Be responsible for implementing the units quality system including the preparation of aircraft and technical documentation for unit and MoD inspections as applicable. Ensure that any findings from these and other required quality checks are dealt with in a timely manner.
Support the Client and the MoD Authority with engineering advice and assistance on the maintenance and/or logistic support of Wildcat.
Be responsible for ensuring that Health, Safety and Environmental requirements are complied with.
Ensure that GOLDesp procedures are completed by his allocated personnel for all work IAW WMS OP408, JAP(D) 100A-0409 series and MAP-01
Sign and co-ordinate all aircraft documentation up to individual authorisations held within REA.
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Qualified to at least ONC in aeronautical engineering having served an aviation engineering apprenticeship and have worked as a manager in military aviation engineering with 3rd signature authorisation level experience for at least 2 years, or (where no ONC or equivalent is held) with relevant experience to 3rd signature level authorisation, with a minimum 5 years' experience.
A full understanding of all aspects of Military aircraft engineering and documentation.
A full understanding of Military aircraft operation in base and field locations.
Current and competent in the use of GOLDesp.
Be prepared to attend courses for personal development or business need away from site if necessary.
Receive mandatory and continuation training as directed.
Carry out any other tasks within their capability and experience in support of the contract.
Please send cv or ring Sue Orr on.