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Hawk Forward Rectification Controller
The Forward Rectification Controller is a skilled controller undertaking a range of tasks in reporting the levels of aircraft serviceability. At this level the post holder requires an excellent understanding of the aircraft reporting system. Responsible for planning Maintenance events through the effective scheduling and optimisation of the Part 145 maintenance facilities capability and capacity. The post holder will be responsible for accurate maintenance and updating of State Board Media progressing estimates and forecasts of aircraft recovery times.
The post holder will brief squadron authorised pilots regarding aircraft limitations and processing all requests for station and off-station support through the Rectification Maintenance Manager / Fleet Operations Centre.
The post holder will demonstrate high levels of leadership skills and is an experienced people manager managing multi-disciplinary and multi-skilled teams.
Ensure all maintenance activities are appropriately documented and airworthiness records are maintained on relevant systems.
Review the emergent work that has been planned in, ensuring it is in the most appropriate position within the work package. This entails engagement with the Aircraft / Workshop Manager, Team Leaders, Technical Support / Tasking Organisation and Logistics representatives to take into account the numerous variables which will materialise during the maintenance event.
Provide support and guidance to team, and compile appropriate reporting, identify any issues, resolving and escalating as appropriate.
Provide oversight and governance, by applying knowledge and understanding of maintenance planning, ensuring that the appropriate AMC is followed by the team.
Maintain an effective working relationship with Part M Fleet Planning, ensuring a topical awareness of the strategic and tactical fleet plan for the facility. Proving timely feedback of issues, threats and opportunities. Working closely with the Fleet Planning community to ensure the optimisation of the fleet plan and scheduled maintenance.
Provide effective leadership and supervision to team members under your direct supervision.
Manage the Engineering Authorities Database for Mechanical tradesmen.
Avail of opportunity to deliver OTJ training to junior members of staff providing guidance and coaching using the toolsets and following the correct procedures.
Perform Rectifications Control tasking:
Accurate maintenance and updating of the System of Record (IMS), State Board progressing estimates and forecasts of aircraft recovery times.
Briefing squadron Authorised pilot regarding aircraft limitations.
Processing all requests for station and off-station support through the Rectification Maintenance Manager / Fleet Operations Centre.
Undertake a range of detailed maintenance and supervision activities on an aircraft or aircraft component, demonstrating the ability to derive diagnostic techniques.
Ensuring work carried out has been completed in accordance with the Statement of Work using the latest Approved Data.
Resolving faults and maintenance issues including configuration management.
Manage team to ensure that maintenance is undertaken to schedule, and resolve any issues escalated.
Demonstrate a flexible and proactive attitude to carrying out responsibilities, appropriate to the role and takes direction appropriately.
Responsible for maintaining airworthiness through appropriate task authorisation on an aircraft or aircraft component in accordance with regulatory requirements.
Meet agreed delivery targets at a tactical level and through the supervision of others.
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