Mechanical Technician/Fitter - Aircraft
Posted on Jan 24, 2019 by Anonymous
Individual Technicians will be employed on a day-to-day basis and will provide much needed flexibility by operating in support of the flying task during the heaviest periods of flying. They will also be available to undertake OOP maintenance tasks during turn rounds and to assist aircrew with crew-in rectification. The actions and decisions taken shall be limited to those actions authorised as governed by trade, experience and competence.
The main tasks could include but not limited to:
•Carry out all authority level B tasks that do not require additional authorization criteria- subject to any limitations imposed by the authorizing authority
•Fulfil the limitations imposed as defined in the SQEP for this grade.
•Carry out first signature responsibilities
•Sign 1st signature for tasked work within trade boundary ( Where authorised)
•Carry out all authority level D tasks that do not require additional authorization criteria - subject to any limitations imposed by the authorizing authority EFO Operator to meet exceptional requirements
•Carry out self-supervised maintenance activities within own trade (where authorised)
•Maintaining a PEVL to establish continuity of experience.
•Ensure that the work areas are kept clean and FOD free.
•Maintain Environmental, Quality, Security and Health & Safety standards as defined by Babcock Policy
•Behave in line with the Being Babcock set of principles.
•Staff may be required to carry out additional tasks as directed
•All staff are to ensure that they maintain the standard of security policies and procedures as stipulated within Station and Hawk Security Standing Orders.
•All staff are responsible for ensuring that all Information Technology and Information Management processes, policies, procedures and controls are adhered to for all IT systems within their use.
•Ensure Company health, safety and environmental procedures are implemented and complied with at all times.
•Champion a culture of Near Miss and Error Reporting and take the lead for subsequent investigations
•Enter cockpit of Hawk aircraft having shown by examination that he/she can recognise the approved position of AAES safety devices
•Composite Flight Servicing.
•Charging of gas systems
•Undertake engine operator duties ( within propulsion trade boundries after training)
•2 years industry experience
•Basic Trade Principles Course
•Training in an Aircraft related discipline to City & Guilds 2675 Level 3 or equivalent.
•Training in an Aircraft related discipline to NVQ level 3 or equivalent
•Hawk Mechanical Systems Course
•Full UK Driving License
•Internal candidates should be a minimum Grade of B2T within the Company or received 6 years type experience at B1T and above.
•Military aircraft technical training in an aircraft systems discipline
•Quality, (QMS) and Air Safety Management Systems, (SMS) Training
•Sapphire documentation course
We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure. It is our policy that there should be equal opportunity for and no discrimination against applicants on the grounds of gender, race, religion or belief, nationality, colour, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, disability, age, marriage and civil partnership, union or non-union membership, socio-economic background or being a part-time or fixed term worker