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Electrical Systems Maintenance Technician

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  • Location

    Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

  • Sector:

    Aerospace Electronics Engineering

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    Negotiable

  • Contact:

    Kayleigh Hodgkiss

  • Contact email:

    Kayleigh.Hodgkiss@morson.com

  • Job ref:

    175967KAY_1587648821

  • Published:

    6 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-04-30

  • Start date:

    ASAP

Morson International are currently recruiting for a Electrical Systems Maintenance Technician to work on a permanent basis in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia.

The job role will include:

The efficient day to day support in the running of the Hawk Electrical / Environmental Shop includes but is not limited to:

  • Maintaining good engineering practice and compliance with RSAF Technical Orders in all aspects of the Hawk Elect/Enviro Shop
  • Prepare items for calibration within work area
  • Carry out TCTO's and Special inspections when directed
  • Have a thorough knowledge of Aircraft Safety devices and Aircraft operating areas
  • Ensure compliance with tool control and the KFAB SAFO program
  • Support deployments to other bases within and out of KSA when required and be able to prepare equipment to support these deployments
  • Be able to provide functional guidance to the Saudi National Technician Training Programme (SNTTP) programs in respect of any engineering issues that may arise
  • Act as MIIP on any aircraft or ground support technical related issues
  • Monitor all supply issues affecting the Hawk Elect/Enviro Shop
  • Providing up to date briefings and information to all concerned parties on daily progress and any issues affecting the Hawk Elect/Enviro Shop

Essential:

  • Will be able to demonstrate experience in aircraft maintenance and engineering in a relevant role
  • Must be trained in aircraft engineering or a related technical discipline at a civilian or military school of technical training, or have completed an appropriate engineering apprenticeship
  • Must be a quality minded, individual that adopts a positive and proactive approach to aircraft maintenance and support issues
  • Must have and be able to demonstrate sound oral and written two-way communication skills with the ability to be tactful, discreet and confident in dealing with people at all levels
  • Be able to work in close harmony in a mixed EE/SN workforce
  • Must be able to work on own initiative to resolve complex technical issues