Matchtech

Aircraft Engineer (Avionics)

Recruiter
Location
Christchurch
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
19 May 2017
Closes
01 Jun 2017
Ref
EMP390843
Contact
Matthew Hackett
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Role Purpose:

* To support Base Maintenance activities to the appointed Supervisor and/or Licensed Aircraft Engineer.
* To have an awareness of all associated and related Aircraft Maintenance regulations and to work in accordance with the Company procedures at all times.



Key Responsibilities:

* Safety first. Operate at Special Mission in accordance with the SHE Technical standards. Identify where the SHE Technical Standards are applicable to appointed operations/tasks and apply safe systems of work identified.
* Apply countermeasures identified in applicable risk assessment to appointed operations/tasks.
* To perform base maintenance and when required line maintenance on company and customer operated aircraft including, servicing, inspections, modifications and defect rectification. Reporting to your LAE & SLAE you will need to work in an efficient and timely manner to meet the allocated task times.
* The control of any material or Company equipment provided for the task. The cleanliness of the working area at all times.
* Keep all associated Base Maintenance equipment replenished and ensure service dates are complied with.
* Although primarily based at Bournemouth, you must be willing and able to work at other detached operating bases when required. There is a possibility of working shift patterns when required to meet operational demands.
* Any other duties that are reasonably requested by management within the capability of the incumbent.



Core Competencies:

* Good technical English (written and spoken)
* Basic maths
* Aircraft Engineering Apprenticeship which have included modules such as English, Maths and Physics
* Experience of service or commercial aircraft engineering/operations (desirable)
* Trustworthy, motivated team member and physically fit to undertake manual tasks around and on board the aircraft