Up to £17.00 per hour
6 months ago
Morson International are currently recruiting for a Weapons Technician to work for their prestigious client at RAF Coningsby.
The successful candidate will have previous experience within HM Forces, RAF/RN/Army in maintenance of aircraft weapons systems and associated role equipment. Candidates with equivalent civilian qualification and experience will also be considered. This is an on-base role and will involve working within a MAOS MRP Pt145 regulated environment. The role will include but not be limited to scheduled and on-defect maintenance of Typhoon specific Weapons Systems Components using associated test equipment,
Completion of an Engineering Apprenticeship, ideally in Aeronautical Engineering, or Military equivalent apprenticeship / qualifications.
Academic qualification for this role is a minimum of City & Guilds 2675 or 2661 in Aeronautical Engineering and Maintenance or equivalent.
Statutory / Regulatory & Legislative requirements - Able to demonstrate an appropriate level of understanding and application of the relevant Continuing Airworthiness Regulatory framework. Support the implementation of any Regulatory-driven changes into the Part 145 activities. Ensure compliance with all other requirements, e.g. ITAR, EaPW, ISO, etc.
Undertake and complete tasked maintenance & diagnostic activities on weapons systems/components which may include, as appropriate, AD embodiments, component removals, inspections, repairs, modifications, fault rectifications, replacements and/or functional/system test.
Demonstrate a flexible and proactive attitude to carrying out responsibilities appropriate to the role and takes direction appropriately.
Maintain personal task authorisations for working on aircraft or components.
Ensure that maintenance is undertaken to schedule and resolve any issues, escalate as required.
It is Military Air & Information (MAI) Policy to ensure that the Organisation complies with Weapons, Ordnance, Munitions & Explosive (WOME) legal requirements and all appropriate licences and authorities are issued as required by Explosives Regulations 2014 and the Firearms Act 1968