A Licensed Mechanic

Discipline: Aerospace & Aviation, Engineering
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Nick Hyde

Contact email: n.hyde@chevron.org.uk
Job ref: 33304
Published: 4 months ago

Role: ‘A’ Licensed Mechanic

Salary: Upon Application

Location: Gatwick

Hours: 12 hour shift (5,5,4)

Job Purpose:

  • Maintain acceptable airworthiness, safety, and performance standards in their delegated areas of responsibility while striving to uphold customer OTP record.

  • To uphold the terms of any authorisation gained as required by the Head of Compliance ensuring the highest quality standards of work carried out by themselves and staff under their control.

  • To ensure the accomplishment of maintenance within responsible area using manpower and resources in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.

  • To aid in ensuring all relevant Station, EASA and CAA regulations are met.

  • To ensure relevant procedures are followed, maintained, and reviewed ensuring compliance with all regulations.

  • To ensure all relevant directions, procedures and directives are followed and correctly read and recorded.

  • To ensure all H & S issues are assessed and brought to the attention of the Station Manager.

  • Responsibility to ensure all company and legal requirements regarding aircraft/component inspection and production documentation are duly complied with.

  • To ensure a good relationship is established and maintained between all line station personnel and interfacing departments

  • To aid the Customer Airlines on-time performance record

  • To ensure all responsible staff are regularly briefed and aware of their responsibilities and updates.

  • To ensure the line station is maintained in a clean, safe, and efficient manner

  • To ensure qualifications are kept up to date.

  • To maintain awareness of all H & S obligations and responsibilities.

  • To aid good communication being established and maintained across their shift and interfacing departments.

  • To attend meetings as required between shift supervisors and Station Mangers

  • To keep Customer MOC informed at all times about the serviceability and maintenance condition of the aircraft.

  • Maintain an awareness of the latest Technical Instructions, NTE’s and Procedures from all sources.

  • At the beginning of each shift, be conversant with any ongoing problems, and aid the Shift Leader to maintain an accurate shift Log throughout the duty period.

  • To carry out tasks as detailed by the Shift Leader and Station Manager

  • Ensure vehicle and ground equipment checks are completed and certified to comply with CAP 642 requirements.

 

  • Effective Management, development, and motivation of the team

  • To lead by example

  • To ensure all tooling, equipment and premises within allocated responsibility are serviceable and any discrepancies are duly reported

  • Responsibility to ensure all company and legal requirements regarding aircraft/component inspection and production documentation are duly complied with.

  • To maintain license/qualification and training validity necessary to support inspection authorisation utilised during completion of productive work tasks.

  • To maintain a working knowledge of maintenance procedures ensuring strict adherence while carrying out line work tasks.

  • To maintain acceptable airworthiness, safety, and performance standards in their delegated areas of responsibility.

  • Responsibility to maintain a high standard of written daily maintenance hand-overs.

  • To ensure the accomplishment of maintenance and inspection tasks within responsible area using resources in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.

  • To undertake additional tasks and projects as required for the efficient and productive functioning of the company.