Up to £15 per hour
about 1 year ago
Morson International are currently recruiting a Logistics controller to work on our clients Reduce to Produce prgramme at RAF Coningsby.
This role is required to support the Reduce to Produce Programme which has identified assets from the retiring fleet in order to support aircraft still within the operational fleet. Controlling the removal, accounting and any onward requirement in order to return all assets identified for recycling, either through the repair loop, or back into the Supply Chain.
This position represents an exceptional opportunity to join a highly motivated and dynamic team that will enable our client to provide an important and highly visible element of the In-service support infrastructure needed by the MoD and RAF to operate the Typhoon Weapon System in-service. Working in conjunction with the RAF, the TMF Logistics RTP Controller will be responsible for the accountability of all assets, and the strict control, of equipment kept in the regulator during the period of storage, in accordance with current MAOS regulations and RTP guidelines. He/She will be required to manage the RAF Inventory once removed from the aircraft, raising all relevant disposal, and onward movement paperwork necessary, this may also include utilising the customer toolset (MJDI). He/She will be additionally responsible for ensuring all components identified as 'retained repairable' are expeditiously returned into the repair loop.
The successful applicant should have the ability to work to tight timescales, possess good knowledge of IT systems and be methodical and resolute in their work ethic. Good communication, IT skills, including a working knowledge of RAF logistical accounting systems, are desirable attributes for this role. There will be a continuous interface with various agencies in a customer focused environment based at RAF Coningsby.
- A Logistics background with experience of aircraft.
- Knowledge/experience of working with Military Joint Deployable Inventory (MJDI).
- Knowledge/Experience of Supply Chain processes.
- Good communication skills are essential.
- Registration of all assets removed, in line with the serviceability, into the Supply Chain.
- Reconciliation of all resource to meet the RTP requirement for each aircraft.
- Liaising with engineering team leaders regarding scheduling of spares being returned.
- Liaise with outside agencies to source solutions for components identified for disposal.