Up to £0.00 per annum
2 months ago
Your experience an Avionic Technician will have an immediate impact on my client.
Ensuring they adhere to national and local Environmental, Health and Safety requirements, to ensure their own and the teams safety
To hold themselves to account for their individual work practice, airmanship, husbandry and environmental, health and safety requirements, requesting assistance with development/training with regard to any training deficiencies or knowledge gaps, if necessary, through their Supervisor/Task Lead, for attention of the Operations Manager/s
Ensuring the work completed by them has been carried out in accordance with the relevant planned work instruction, Engineering instruction or ATP, thereby ensuring that it meets the accepted airworthy standard
Ensuring all work completed by them has been recorded accurately and correctly within the aircraft work pack or F700 series, as applicable and escalating to their Supervisor any delinquencies with the aircraft work pack or F700 paperwork
For ensuring 100% tool control of the tooling and equipment they use
Ensuring all their personal accountabilities, responsibilities and authorities are met, in order to deliver first time quality
Experienced in either the maintenance, modification and repair of aircraft and components, and/or aircraft wire harness manufacture and installation.
Capable of understanding and interpreting technical work requirements, documents and drawings
Must have an understanding of MAA Regulatory Articles (RA), MAA Regulatory Publication (MRP) Part 145, aviation Quality Assurance (QA) and Safety Management System (SMS)
3-year Aerospace apprenticeship or equivalent / HNC or higher in Electrical or Avionics Engineering / NVQ Level 2 in Electrical or Avionics Engineering
Location - Wiltshire
Keywords: Avionic Technician Aerospace, Engineering, Lynx, Wildcat, Apache, Merlin, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force, Army, Avionics