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    Aircraft Trainer

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    Rate of pay is £19.11 per hour PAYE (based on 33 days holiday) PSC £22.54 per hour Umbrella: £25.67 per hour 

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​MPI have a requirement for Mechanical Trainers to be based at RAF Cosford, Albrighton, Wolverhampton

Rate of pay is £19.11 per hour PAYE (based on 33 days holiday)
PSC £22.54 per hour
Umbrella: £25.67 per hour 

Working 44.4 weeks per year, 37 hours per week 

The successful candidate 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

Candidates must have served a recognised apprenticeship (or a relevant alternative period of training) and have obtained an ONC, BTEC or NVQ in the Airframe/Engineering Trade Discipline.

Candidates should have a few years previous practical experience in their trade.

These roles are deemed in-scope of IR35 and successful candidate will need to obtain BPSS basic disclosure clearance.