Training Cell Supervisor #Taif
The Job Holder is accountable for the following:
Performing maintenance activities on Typhoon aircraft.
Ensuring that all personnel engaged in activities in his Area of Responsibility follow the correct practices and observe safety precautions thereby complying with the requirements and limitations detailed in the Salam Support Safety Case Report.
Ensuring that no one is exposed to any unnecessary or uncontrolled risk in his Area of Responsibility, as far as is reasonably practicable.
Performing maintenance activities iaw a continuing airworthiness and maintenance governance framework
Perform good husbandry practices.
Perform FOD control measures as directed by management.
Comply with Safety Management Systems and Maintenance Error Management Systems.
Performing aircraft handling and flight line activities when required.
Training of Squadron (AGF) engineering personnel in the ground handling, fuelling and flight servicing of Typhoon aircraft.
Training of Squadron (AGF) aircrew to carry out flight servicing specifically the Aircrew Landaway Flight Servicing Schedule (ALFSS).
Providing extra training for personnel who fail to meet required standards.
Completing any other reasonable duties or requests made by appropriate line managers
The following qualifications and experience are essential for this post:
Extensive prove experience working as a tradesmen conducting Line Maintenance on fast-jet aircraft on an operational military flying unit in a NATO air force.
Requires an understanding of RSAF and RAF engineering operating procedures.
A background in the aircraft maintenance training environment.
The job holder should have the following background:
Currently working in an aircraft maintenance organisation conducting or supporting Line (Forward) Maintenance of military fast-jets (Typhoon preferred).
Demonstrable experience working as a certifying technician conducting Line (Forward) Maintenance on a busy, military operational flying unit.
Fully conversant with European Aviation Safety Agency aircraft maintenance regulations or military equivalents such as UK MoD Defence Standard 05-130.
Experience conducting Line Maintenance of aircraft in a Gulf Coast Country.
Significant experience in a training environment, with extensive proven experience of operation in the aerospace environment.