Technical Training Instructors – Part-147 Technical Training - Storm Aviation

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Technical Training Instructors – Part-147 Technical Training

Stansted, UK

Job Purpose: 

The Technical Instructor reports to the Head of Training and is responsible for delivering, maintaining and creating training material within the Part-66/145/147 regulatory framework.

Key Responsibilities:

  • SME (Subject Matter Expert) on A320 family B1.1/B2 and associated supporting subjects (EGR, FTS, HF, ETOPS etc).
  • Delivery of compliant training online and in person at locations worldwide.
  • Checking that courses and procedures have been correctly followed and that compliance is maintained.
  • Ensure courses delivered are compliant by managing supporting documentation.
  • Creation/authoring technical training material and supporting documentation (TNAs/schedules, examinations).
  • Remain recent on aircraft types/topics held on company authorisation and complete 35-hours update training.
  • Examiner for aircraft types held by Part-147, perform examination analysis and exam question database review and update in support of the Chief Examiner.
  • Support Part-145 training requirements – Recurrent and Safety Training and those required by the engineering department.
  • Provide documental crosschecking for course record closure.
  • Support the training department during internal/external audits. Answer/provide valid causal factors, corrective/preventative actions to findings relevant to position/authorisation.
  • Actively involved with continuous improvement of training delivery and process.

Essential skills

  • Aircraft maintenance experience within commercial aviation and knowledge of airline maintenance procedures.
  • 2-5 years of aviation training experience, preferably in the commercial aircraft maintenance sector.
  • A highly motivated individual with willingness to work independently or as a team.
  • Highly organised, while demonstrating attention to detail and an ability to handle multiple ongoing projects.
  • Detailed understanding of Part-66/147 and associated training regulations and requirements to stay compliant. Understanding of local company Part-147 MTOE (UK CAA & EASA) procedures outlining training procedures will be crucial.
  • Demonstrates strong aviation community ethos to development, and recency with regards latest changes in technology/SBs/Ads.
  • First class verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to track personal KPI’s.
  • Proficient with associated aircraft maintenance documentation (Airbus World, Boeing Toolbox) and relevant aircraft manuals (AMM, IPC, TSM/FIM etc).
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint..)

This role is based in Stansted, Essex

You must currently hold the right to work in the UK – proof is required for as part of our shortlisting stage.

What We Offer

  • 7% employer contribution to pension
  • 3 x Life assurance
  • Private Healthcare
  • EAP Programme
  • 25 days 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 below and upload the following:

  • a copy of your CV
  • a copy of your passport

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