Up to £35 per hour
about 1 month ago
This role is to provide Subject Matter Exercise in the application and/or management of Approved Data in a Civil Maintenance organisation. You will need to be able to articulate how that data is used and challenged within a civil maintenance organisation and how change to that data is implemented. You will need to understand the basic concept of S1000D authoring standards and be able to assess the current TyTAN organisational culture around the use and update of approved data with a view to influencing the constant raising of amendment requests.
- 5 days p/wk (Mon-Fri) around relevant site core hours (7am - 6pm Mon - Thurs, 7am - 12.30pm Fri).
- 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 (unpaid) is 42 minutes which will automatically be deducted each working day from 12.30pm to 13.12pm by the electronic time management system.
- Dependant on workload, local management may request more or less hours are worked within this contract
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:
One of the key activities of Project Clarity is to address the culture around approved data. This role will be a SME in the use or management of Approved Data in a Civil Maintenance organisation. The individual will need to be able to articulate how that data is used and challenged within a civil maintenance organisation and how change to that data is implemented. They will also need to understand the basics concept of S1000D authoring standards. This skill set needs to come from External sub con recruitment as it is not the military view we need in order to fix the current culture around approved data. Individual will be required to assess the current organisational culture around the use and update of approved data with a view to influencing the constant raising of TPRFs based on S1000D authoring techniques and the Civil Maintenance world of using and managing approved data.
Management and use of the aircraft data set
Analysing why so many TPRFs are being raised
Influencing end users around reducing the numbers of TRPFs raised
Educating forward and depth around when and when not TPRFs are appropriate
the candidate requires good knowledge in Microsoft Office Excel, Word, PowerPoint and outlook
Communication, Team work and motivation are essential
NVQ level 3 is also required