Mechanical SupervisorOdiham, England
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An opportunity has become available to join Boeing Defence UK as a Mechanical Supervisor. The person chosen to fill this position will form part of the MRO modification, servicing and repair team in Odiham.
This role will supervise maintenance activities, fault diagnosis and carry out disturbed system functional tests. This may be at multiple locations. You will be required to supervise technicians to perform tasks associated with aircraft safe handling, maintenance, modification and flight test. Candidate will be responsible to ensure established process adherence, accurate and timely work recording and contractual/regulatory compliance.
The individual must have served a recognized relevant trade apprenticeship or trade training equivalent, and should have knowledge of general aircraft maintenance and environment processes (FOD control, tool control, health & safety & COSHH. The role requires an individual with good communication skills, with the ability to distribute and sequence technical work requirements to their team, controlling demanding workloads, whilst delivering to a high standard, and maintaining schedule. Candidate must be capable of understanding and interpreting technical documents, drawings and associated publications.
Leads the assembly disassembly and modification of systems by overseeing the change removal replacement or upgrade of aerospace vehicle components to correct failures or implement changes
Oversees assembly disassembly or overhaul. Configures aerospace vehicles and bench test equipment
Directs troubleshooting of complex pneumatic hydraulic and electrical systems to isolate mechanical or electrical faults and repair faulty components
Oversees validation/verification testing of systems and components
Documents procedures and established processes to ensure contractual and regulatory compliance (e.g. repairs test results applicable modifications and inspection results)
Inspects components and verifies repairs for flight worthiness requirements
Leads and supervises others to perform tasks associated with the safe handling of an aerospace vehicle (e.g. jacking towing system operations)
Provides training and mentors others. Works under minimal direction.
Previous experience in Chinook maintenance, modification and repair.
Good working knowledge of MAA Regulatory Articles (RA), MAA Regulatory Publication (MRP) Part 145, aviation Quality Assurance (QA) and Safety Management System (SMS) and the application of these requirements within their area of accountability, responsibility and authority.
Must be able to work under minimal supervision with limited direction.
Experience working on Boeing Aircraft platforms and be familiar with Boeing specifications and drawings.
The willingness to obtain SC Clearance
Have experience leading a team of aircraft technicians
A recognised and certified aircraft apprenticeship or military equivalent. A CH47 Chinook type course is also highly desirable.
All information provided will be checked and may be verified.
Important information regarding this requisition: This requisition is for a locally hired position in the UK. CANDIDATES MUST HAVE CURRENT LEGAL AUTHORIZATION TO WORK IMMEDIATELY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. BOEING WILL NOT ATTEMPT TO OBTAIN IMMIGRATION AND LABOR SPONSORSHIP FOR ANY APPLICANTS. Benefits and pay are determined at the local level and are not part of Boeing U.S. based payroll.
PLEASE NOTE: The successful candidate will be expected to undergo a SECURITY CHECK/CLEARANCE
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Contingent Upon Program Award
No, this position is not contingent upon program award
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