MPI have a requirement for an Aircraft Electrical Technician (Chinook) on a temporary basis, until 19 December 2021.
Rate of pay will be discussed on application
This role is Deemed inside of IR35
Approx 37 hours per week.
Purpose of the role:
The technician is responsible, through their Front Line Manager, for the maintenance of aircraft within the Business Unit.
Key responsibilities and duties:
Will effectively carry out a variety of maintenance activities, within trade boundaries and authorisations, in accordance with current procedures as laid down in relevant approved source information;
Contribute to team delivery of agreed targets and goals;
Comply with current Tool Control procedure;
Attend and contribute to team meetings;
Carry out Improving Quality and Continuous Quality Improvement reviews;
Support a climate of continuous improvement to assist productivity, quality and lean methodology;
To achieve a maximum flexibility, team members will undertake training and train other team members;
Undertake work to highest level of competence;
Agree to do other duties within the team to support team output;
Work within and promote the Behavioural Competencies;
Ensure all procedures relating to foreign object debris control are adhered to;
Adherence to our Quality Management Systems (QMS), Safety Management Systems (SMS), Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and all associated Business Manuals.
Team worker that has the ability to fully interact with other team members;
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Ability to provide advice as a subject matter expert.
Full compliance and understanding of Quality Management System;
Actively participate in continuous improvement activities.
Professional Qualifications/Education and Training:
Recognised indentured apprenticeship or military equivalent.
Previous Chinook maintenance experience
Suitable engineering qualification, preferably in an aviation area.
Previous experience of independent inspections.
Familiar with Military MRP 145 and associated Regulatory Articles (RA’s).
Experience of working with electrical wiring diagrams.
Previous experience within a maintenance hangar would be an advantage