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Technical Support Planning Engineer

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Recruiter: Guidant Global
Listed on: 7th January
Location: Oxfordshire
Salary/Rate: Competitive
Salary Notes: Competitive
Type: Contract
Start Date: ASAP

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Technical Support Planning Engineer
Six Month Contract
Oxfordshire
 
Outline
The position requires close liaison with the customer's EASA Part M and EASA Part 145 organisation on site, to ensure contractual targets and service levels are achieved.
Main Activities
The Technical Support Services team provides sub-contracted aircraft technical management services.
Services relate to the continuing airworthiness management of the aircraft which are carried out to the EASA Part M standard of compliance. .
The Technical Support Planning Engineer is a member of the customer's Engineering Planning department
and is responsible for:
- Providing a medium-term to long-term maintenance planning service, identifying maintenance task
requirements for the A330 Voyager fleet and ensuring all tasks are packaged into work packs for execution by
the Part 145 maintenance organisation (or an external MRO).
- Helping to plan off site maintenance inputs.
- Liaising with the customer organisation, Part M short term planning, Part 145 logistics and Part 145
maintenance, to ensure effective and efficient planning of all maintenance and modification requirements to
ensure all tooling and manpower is brought together to support the accomplishment of the work pack.
- Liaising with suppliers, manufacturers, and service providers to ensure service levels are maintained.
- Entering and maintaining maintenance planning data in the customer's Ground Computer
Information System (GCIS).
- Managing projects and assignments as directed by the Head of the Projects Technical Support Services.
The Technical Support Planning Engineer may also be required to develop procedures and documentation, to
ensure efficient and effective working practices, whilst maintaining compliance with EASA regulation, through
a process of continuous improvement.
Skills & Experience
Clear communication and written skills and the ability to work within a small, multi-tasking, multi-national team
are essential.
- Engineering Degree, EASA Part 66 Licence, or equivalent technical qualification. Applicants who do not
satisfy the qualifications, but can demonstrate adequate practical experience, may be considered.
-Knowledge of aircraft maintenance programmes.
- Knowledge of task card production and management.
- Knowledge of work-pack production and management.
- Knowledge of airworthiness directives and service bulletins.
- Knowledge of EASA Part M regulations
- Knowledge of EASA Part 145 regulations.
- Good IT skills.
- An analytical approach to work and an attention to detail.
- An ability to work well on their own initiative as well as in a team.
- A customer focused and proactive attitude.
- Able to satisfy the security clearance requirements necessary for access to a UK military establishment, and
work in a security sensitive environment.
Desirable Skills & Experience
- Experience in a maintenance planning role is strongly desirable.
- Experience of the aircraft operational environment is strongly desirable.