Aircraft Mechanical Trainer
Rate of pay available upon request
Ongoing as per customer requirements
MPI have a requirement for Aircraft Mechanical Instructors to be based in Cosford, Wolverhampton, West Midlands
Immediate start subject to Security Clearance
In Scope of IR35
Rate of pay: PAYE £20.00 per hour, all hours worked (Days)/Umbrella PSC £26.85 per hour / Limited Company £24.02
Mechanical Training Flight (MTF) delivers technical training to RAF and IDT Personnel in No1SofT at DSAE Cosford. This request is for a Contractor to deliver Instructional training normally carried out by a D Grade SIO the post provides instruction to Phase 2 & 3 career courses. Students who complete Phase 2 (ATFTM CN1237, ATFT Av 1238, A Tech Mech, CN1235, Weapons 1242 and international equivalent courses plus a new 1240 courses.
Qualifications: Ordinary National Certificate, BTEC,SCOTVEC in the relevant subject, plus have a few years practical experience in that trade or specialism IAW MOD SIO PG MPD.
The successful candidates will be responsible to the Aircraft Training Manager for classroom and practical instruction on a topic within the aircraft discipline and various allied subjects. Ancillary duties include lesson preparation and the production of training support material.
Responsibilities: Comprise the control and supervision of students including the application of Health and Safety and Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations.
Teaching experience is desirable but not essential and will consider applicants with a good airframe/propulsion/mechanical/technician background with a view to training them to be trainers.
Main duties and responsibilities: Identify training needs, develop training materials and manage the delivery of required training courses. Continuously monitor and review the progress of trainees, ensuring that statutory training requirements are met. Evaluate training and development programmes in order to adapt to changes occurring in the work environment, helping line managers and trainers solve specific training problems. Keep up to date with developments in training and ensure that e-learning techniques are fully investigated and employed where appropriate. Research new workplace learning technologies and methodologies and present this research
Ongoing contract, on site interview required together with a 15 minute Presentation / Lesson