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Battery Bay Supervisor

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The Battery Bay supervisor reports to the Avionic Workshop controller and is an experienced and skilled aircraft electrical supervisor, undertaking a range of detailed maintenance activities in the Aircraft Battery Bay.
The post holder will be responsible for maintaining airworthiness through appropriate task delegation and authorisation on aircraft batteries and associated equipment. They should be able to demonstrate awareness of broader external dependencies and identify areas for continuous improvements.
Responsible for tasking of work & supervision of personnel/people management. Responsible for meeting agreed delivery targets at a tactical level. Demonstrates people management and leadership skills. Demonstrates awareness of broader external dependencies and identifies areas for continuous improvement.
Undertake detailed maintenance and inspection activities on the Aircraft Battery components. Assuring work carried out has been completed in accordance with the SOW/Work package using the relevant approved technical information. Resolving faults and maintenance issues, including an awareness of configuration management
Stand up initial Battery Bay before Aircraft deliveries
Undertake and complete tasked maintenance & diagnostic activities on the Aircraft Battery components which may include, as appropriate, component removals, inspections, repairs, modifications, fault rectifications, replacements and/or functional/system test.
Demonstrates a flexible and proactive attitude to carrying out responsibilities appropriate to the role and takes direction appropriately.
Maintain personal & teams task authorisation for working on an aircraft or components in accordance with regulatory requirements.
Undertake support tasks within the battery facility, which are required to maintain compliance with the MOE and regulatory procedures (e.g. oversight checks, control of tooling/test equipment etc.)
Undertake fault evaluation and raise ad hoc work cards for 'found faults' during maintenance
Supervise team to ensure that maintenance is undertaken to schedule and highlight any issues, escalate as required. Report on any impact to the wider programme
Ensure staff are sufficiently competent and approved for the maintenance tasks allocated to them
Responsible for meeting agreed delivery targets in the short to medium term through the supervision of others. Progress reporting against delivery targets to management
Provides guidance and leadership to the team. Develops team members using formal assessment processes, e.g. PDR's, supports and sponsors training requests including 'on the job training'. Demonstrate sound and comprehensive communication and people management skills in order to exchange complicated information.
Maintain personal Log Book to demonstrate currency and recency, on completion of On the Job training (OJT) activities, sign other personnel's Log Books as appropriate within your trade and skills boundaries. If you are an approved designated assessor, undertake authorisation and task competency approvals, and check Pt 145 license application packs prior to submission."