Training Equipment Support Technician (Simulator Technician)

  • Location

    Yeovil, Somerset

  • Sector:

    Aerospace Electronics Engineering

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  • Contact:

    Sue Orr

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  • Published:

    12 months ago

  • Duration:

    5 years

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Morson has and exciting permanent post for a Training Equipment Support Technician (Simulator Technician) to work near Yeovil in Somerset.


To be the engineering and technical resource in order to ensure all Synthetic Training Equipment (STE) and Training Equipment (TE) are maintained and provided to Wildcat Training Centre (WTC) training delivery on time and to the agreed standard.

Support the Chief Engineer (CE) and STE/IT Manager in sustaining the WTC LCMS IT network.



To assist the Training Service Delivery Manager (TSDM), Chief instructor (CI), Synthetic Training Equipment / Information Technology Manager (STE/IT) and Chief Engineer (CE) with the achievement of all STE/IT TE related Key Performance indicators (KPIs).

Support the STE/IT Manager and CE in Managing WTC Facility Contractors entering to carry out work on equipment which may impact STE/IT TE engineering or training delivery and maintenance of WTC housekeeping with respect to engineering related areas and tasks.

Knowledge and skills required:

Former Simulator Maintenance Technician with experience and understanding of the complexities of delivering a Training Service and the technical support of multiple synthetic training devices (Aircrew and Maintenance).

An understanding of IT networks and infrastructure, with an ability to liaise with Support SME's.

An ability to work to demanding deadlines, in a customer facing role.

Ability to communicate effectively, with excellent interpersonal skills.

Determination to contribute to the development of a ground breaking Training Service, to achieve the highest quality and standards.

Service, to achieve the highest quality and standards.

Ability to implement change and maintain process.

PC literacy with an excellent understanding of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) applications.

Ability to demonstrate and understanding of military aviation terminology.

Ability to demonstrate knowledge and skills in electronic and mechanical workshop practices:

Soldering, crimping and circuit board repairs.

Safety and appropriately use a range of digital and analogue electronics diagnostics and measuring equipment.

Safely cutting, filing, boring and dressing a range of materials used in simulation and aircraft manufacture.

The Training Equipment Support Technician is to be prepared to attend courses for personal and professional development and instruction in new equipment, away from site if necessary.

Please send cv or ring Sue Orr on 01935 403205 for more details