Aerospace and Defence
Up to £15.00 per annum
7 months ago
£15 / Per Hour
4 Month Contract
Responsible for the control, accountability and movement of assets throughout aircraft maintenance and acceptance servicing from 'Goods Inward' to delivery against schedules. They are to ensure that details are recorded for all Remove for Access (RFA) and Remove for Work (RFW) equipment and strictly maintain manual and electronic registers. Accurate and timely data input is essential in this busy and demanding environment, with prioritisation of tasks paramount. This position sits within the Mil Pt 145 gateway and all processes are governed by strict Mil Pt 145 legislation.
The Logistics Inventory Controller will be responsible for the collection and delivery of assets to/from the aircraft whilst undergoing maintenance in TMF. Further responsibilities include:
- Registration of all assets received or dispatched through the TMF Logistics regulator.
- Physical control of all TMF assets.
- Actioning the movement of assets to/from relevant bays, ensuring their timely return in accordance with the servicing schedule, and escalating to your management team where necessary.
- Populate TMF Logs databases, and IMS systems for all transaction activity.
- Resolve or report upwards any potential issues immediately to enable alternative demand solutions.
- Control aircraft spares through regulators in accordance with current regulations.
- MJDI Inventory Clearance and Maintenix transactions iaw business process.
Experience of working in a MOD Supply Chain environment with an understanding of Life Cycle management and 2nd Line Repairs would be an advantage.
IT skills are desirable.
The successful candidate will be required to perform tasks suitable to the internal level of this role. The role will contain, but will not be limited to, the following:
To ensure compliance with current legislation; specifically Mil Part 145.
- Day to day movement and accountability of all assets in line with the schedule.
- Report potential work stops to your management.
3. Control aircraft spares through aircraft regulators and VSU's in accordance with current regulations.
- 5 days per week. Monday-Friday
- Hours are 7.30am - 4.30pm Monday - Thursday and 7.30am - 12pm Friday.
- Hours required to work per week are 37.00 unless otherwise stated (this does not include lunch breaks).
- Start and finish times to be agreed with local Line Management, in accordance with local site core hours.
- Lunch break allowance is 30 minutes between 12.30 - 1:00pm (or as agreed with Line Manager). 30 mins will automatically be deducted each working day by the electronic time management system.
- Dependant on workload, local management may request more hours are worked within this contract.
- Candidates should be aware that this position may involve shift work
How to apply
If you are interested in applying for this role and believe that you have the suitable skill set please can you send your CV OR give me a call for more information on 0161 707 1516.