Licensed Aircraft Engineer (LAE)

McGinley Support Services
£28.00 - £33.00 p hour
10 Aug 2017
16 Aug 2017
About The Role Reporting to the Site Operations Manager (SOM) the Licensed Aircraft Engineer (LAE) is to ensure all aircraft engineering, line and depth maintenance and all other engineering related activities and services including support to the Relief Landing Ground are provided as required to meet or exceed customer expectations and LAFT2 contractual needs at all times Provide a CRS signature as required for all work carried out on company aircraft when appropriate to release an aircraft to service after defect rectification or scheduled maintenance IAW current EASA Part M and Part 145 and company approvals Carry out and supervise aircraft engineering tasks on company aircraft/equipment in support of the Elementary Military Flying Training Task IAW current EASA Part M and Part 145 approvals To assist in the Ground Movement of Aircraft and Flight Line Operations As required assume responsibility for the site operations Main Duties and Responsibilities Provide a CRS signature when appropriate to release an aircraft to service after either defect rectification or scheduled maintenance Supervise engineering and Flight Line activity on Company aircraft and associated equipment in conformity with authorised schedules, technical publications and instructions ensuring highest standards of maintenance are maintained To undertake scheduled and corrective maintenance of the Aircraft fleet to ensure airworthiness is maintained to meet customer requirements on a daily basis Undertake or supervise, as directed the investigation, diagnosis and rectification of defects and submission of reports as required To complete "all" documentation in accordance with current legislation and Company procedures Maintain/monitor RAL operations to ensure accuracy of input and compliance with procedures Complete all aircraft and equipment maintenance documentation in accordance with current legislation and Company procedures Carry out Flight-line operations in accordance with company procedures Provide technical support to other LAFT sites as required, as well as being available for longer term detachments if required in support of Camps at Easter and Summer Champion a Total safety Approach. Ensure full compliance at all times with all relevant Health, Safety and Environment regulations and exercise a Duty of Care promoting a positive approach towards workplace health and safety Promote best practice, report bad practice and non-compliance and take preventative action to ensure continual improvement in the organisation Provide engineering input to complete RAF Incident reports and CAA MOR's as required General duties as required, including, driving, stores duties, housekeeping etc., and other responsibilities as allocated by Management To provide Technical Support to other LAFT sites as required Take over and control Company and Authority Tool and Test Equipment Inventory Mentor new starters Carry out any other duties as required to support the contract Manage any/all MOD/RAF inventories as required Carry out annual appraisals on all reports About You Specific technical knowledge Sound understanding of partnering and alliance between customer and contract EASA Part 66, B1.2 license, or B3, B1.1, or partial completion modules / completed Ability to demonstrate practical and theoretical standards required. Knowledge of MOD Engineering procedures/documentation

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