Technical Publications Administrator

  • Location

    Oxfordshire, England

  • Sector:

    Aerospace and Defence

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  • Salary:

    £16.00 - £20.48 per hour

  • Contact:

    Courtney Allister

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  • Published:

    9 months ago

  • Duration:

    11 Months

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Technical Publications Administrator

As part of the A400M Technical Services Department, the Technical Publications Administrator is responsible for the loading and distribution of technical documentation for the A400M at Brize Norton.

You will carry out regular audits and control the distribution of certain elements of the technical data whilst also maintaining storage, archives and publication inventories, both digital and paper.

To manage the distribution of Quarterly Planned and Periodically Unplanned revisions to Aircraft Maintenance Software, ensuring continuity of procedure and process between all Part 145 departments working on the A400M.

To ensure complete availability of any digital media required for continuing airworthiness, including but not limited to: Digital aircraft mapping, navigational databases, FLS software and SB modification software.

To liaise with the operator, in order to maintain and update all the operational publications for the fleet. Making any physical paper amendments to the books as and when required, issuing new books to the aircraft and collecting old ones.

To catalogue and register any new software relating to the aircraft or aircraft maintenance and store it appropriately in the library so it is available to crews and engineers.

To manage the return, quarantine and destruction of all old revision software and paper manuals stored in the document library.

The successful candidate will have experience of database management, ideally within the aviation industry. You will be able to communicate clearly and work methodically delivering to tight timescales. You will have excellent attention to detail and the ability to work cooperatively and flexibly as a team member.