3 months ago
Armaments, Avionics & Survival Eqip Workshop Controller
The Armaments, Avionics & Survival Equipment Workshop Controller is Responsible for ensuring that all off aircraft maintenance work is performed to approve data and quality standards. Reporting to the Deputy Depth Maintenance Manager for the organisation, administration, control and efficiency of the Part 145 Bay Operations.
The post holder will have a high level understanding of Armament & Avionic trades and will be required to think and plan tactically to respond to the constantly changing environment in terms of the customer and product changes/customization
Requires a comprehensive understanding of Armament & Avionic Workshop controller methodologies.
Initial set up of aircraft bays.
Responsible for ensuring that all off aircraft maintenance work is performed to approved data and quality standards.
Reporting to the Deputy Depth Maintenance Manager for the organisation, administration, control and efficiency of the Part 145 Bay Operations
This role requires the ability to think and plan tactically to respond to the constantly changing environment in terms of Customer and product changes/customisation, therefore, it also demands the capability to organise resource balancing/training to meet changing standards.
The job requires interaction with the customer and Qatari Air Force (QAF) support staffs.
Provide Information, Statistics and Data as required for input to the Operational Performance Review.
Undertake direct management responsibility and Performance and Development
Ensure all maintenance activities are appropriately documented and airworthiness records are maintained on relevant systems (IT/paper based). Compile required reporting, identify any issues and escalate as appropriate.
Responsible for Production Control of the work pack in a Production Planning toolset, constructing the work flow in a logical sequence to ensure the most effective delivery of the planned work. Ensuring an understanding of the Critical path and the influencing factors that affect schedule adherence.
Maintain an effective working relationship with Part M Fleet Planning