Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
£270.00 - £280.00 per day
about 2 months ago
Morson International are currently recruiting Propulsion technicians for our client based in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. This is working on the Tornado aircraft.
Monitors the production and timely completion of high quality work related to military aircraft systems
- Inspects maintains, removes, installs, modifies, tests, troubleshoots and repairs jet engines and associated equipment.
- To work in a team environment, leading or being led on a day to day basis by other team members, or participate as a self-managed team.
- Complies with local Health and safety regulations. Ensures that the safe handling of all related Hazardous materials are in compliance with the Control of Substances that are hazardous to health and local directives.
- Providing assistance to his supervisory team, for follow up remedial action on issues that directly affects AGF performance, both technical and personnel related.
- As an engine technician, you will not be expected to provide decisions that have a direct influence on Company business, however it is expected that you take part in team decisions to ensure that the customers' needs and wishes are satisfied in the execution of your duties.
- Gives direction to the daily planning and organising of 'On the Job Training' tasks for individual trainees.
- Coordinates with supervisory staff on how the daily work task is to be executed. This is to ensure that the engine section is part of the larger maintenance team, not an individual outfit conducting its own set of goals and targets.
- Must have extensive experience of Tornado Aircraft and RB199 engine maintenance.
- Will be a graduate of a military school or civilian equivalent.
- Must have full and clear understanding of all Commanders and Quality Policy letters.
- Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of support agency capability at KAAB.
- Must be computer literate with a sound knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite, and be able to demonstrate this.
- Must be capable of using the MIRO GOLDesp information Technology Maintenance System and understanding of the Aircraft Operations Management System (AOMS) reporting methods.
- Must be able to use their knowledge, experience and skills to overcome complex technical problems.