Reporting to the Check Manager the Shift Supervisor will lead the shift, carry certification on the zones/Area of the aircraft assigned to the shift. The shift supervisor will be responsible for ensuring that the shift resources are allocated efficiently. In support of the Aircraft Check Manager the Shift Supervisor is also responsible for ensuring company procedures are adhered to, along with all stated health and safety requirements.
- To stand in for the Aircraft Check manager when required
- The on-time delivery of customer aircraft to the required standard to the satisfaction of the customer
- Management of the customer work pack and all associated paperwork in line with regulatory requirements and company procedures and if required, the issuing of the final CRS post maintenance
- Controlling, supervising, and allocating work tasks upon the shift
- Ensure correct use and accuracy of the MRO system is maintained with regards to all maintenance activities. This includes ensuring all shift members use the MRO system to accurately book their time to the correct aircraft/maintenance task
- Supporting the Check Manager in the management, development and training of direct reporting staff using performance appraisals and competency assessments
- Maintain awareness and knowledge of regulatory requirements and any associated changes in relation to EASA Part 145, Part M and Part 66
- Perform maintenance tasks and certify using privileges of part 66 licence.
- Maintain awareness and knowledge of requirements and any associated changes in relation to company health and safety policies and procedures as they apply to aircraft maintenance operations, with specific focus on working at height and the use of plant & machinery
- Ensure activities meet with and integrate with company requirements for quality management, health and safety, legal stipulations, environmental policies and general duty of care
- Maintain the highest airworthiness, quality, safety and performance standards and ensure all company and legal requirements appertaining to aircraft maintenance and inspection are complied with
- Ensuring personal licence and authorisation remain valid
- Ad hoc project work as required within the scope of the role
Qualifications, Experience and Knowledge
Qualification & Education:
- A recognised apprenticeship within the aircraft industry or similar
- EASA Part 66 Licence, B1 or B2 and C Licence holder on at least 2 aircraft types on company’s approval
- Full understanding of regulatory requirements in relation to Part 145
- Minimum 2 years’ experience in a supervisory role, desirable.
- Proven leadership skills
- Experience of managing departmental Health & Safety & Compliance
- Completed IOSH managing safely course.
- You must currently hold the right to work in the UK – proof is required for as part of our shortlisting stage.
Based at Glasgow Prestwick Airport
Shift Pattern 5/5/4 07:00 – 19:00
30 minutes provided for lunch
What we offer
- 7% Employer Contribution Pension
- Access to the EAP Programme
- 240 hour annual leave per-annum
- Support for training, to widen your skills and knowledge (bonding may be applicable)
To apply for this role, please click the link and upload the following:
- a copy of your CV
- a copy of your passport