The position holder will be accountable for ensuring the following:
Provide support to the Training Aircraft Generation Flight to ensure delivery of serviceable aircraft to accomplish the contractual operational and flying commitments.
Provide servicing support to the Periodic Inspection branch to ensure aircraft meet their scheduled servicing programme.
Expedite efficient repair of unserviceable aircraft assets, the prompt process of repairable components into the repair channel, and correct supply discipline.
Ensure the procedural compliance governing Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) calibration cycles, Support Equipment maintenance cycles, and the Tool Control system.
Comply with processes that ensure all maintenance is carried out using the correct Technical Data; Instruction Manuals are verified upon the receipt of changes or revisions; and Locally Developed Publications (LDP) are devised and reviewed to maintain maintenance capability.
The Hawk Avionic Instrument Systems Technician should meet the following criteria
Be a graduate of a service or civilian technical training institute, or the Saudi National Technician Training Programme (SNTTP); or have completed a recognised apprenticeship.
Have current knowledge and experience associated with aircraft maintenance, quality assurance, logistical support, and repairable asset management.
Able to demonstrate problem solving abilities; and set and manage work direction in an ever-changing environment, which must be done in a safe and effective manner to ensure procedural compliance without compromise to the aircraft airworthiness.
Computer literacy is essential, with a good working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite.
Have Hawk Avionic Navigation and Communications System experience.