Line Maitenance Manager

Line Maitenance Manager

Job Title: Line Maitenance Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Farnborough
Salary: £280 per day
Start Date: 2018-06-11
Reference: J139951
Contact Name: Eugene McIntyre
Contact Email:
Job Published: June 11, 2018 11:07

Job Description

Are you a Maintenance Manager within space, aerospace or military environments and looking for a progressive role in a global company? Do you have experience in international Military and Civilian Aviation Regulations to ensure the continuing airworthiness of the programme? KDC are working on this position that could offer you a challenging 6 month contract based in Farnborough.

• For the purposes of MAA Regulated Flight Operations, act as the Line Maintenance Post Holder, represent the management structure of the Maintenance Organisation and be responsible for all functions in RA 4800 - 4849 (MRP Part 145)
• Maintain and develop the Baseline MOE, Maintenance and Continuing Airworthiness Management procedures to ensure compliance with the Military RA's and Civil Airworthiness Requirements
• Act as the point of contact for Aviation Authority engagement
• Act as the authority to technically co-ordinate the System (Aircraft and GCS) for Flight
• Work closely with the Head of Flight Operations to ensure safe and efficient flight operations
• Work closely with the Continuing Airworthiness Post Holder ensuring the system is maintained IAW with it Maintenance Schedule and IAW internal procedures
• Ensure System Defect Control and Rectification is completed on
• Ensure Maintenance Related Occurrences are reported into the SMS.
• Ensure all Resources, Materials, Tooling, and Facilities are available to the Line maintenance team to enable them to carry out their duties IAW RA4806 and MRP 145.A.65
• Manage Maintenance / Trials Man Power Planning
• Manage a team of Highly Skilled Line Maintenance Engineers across multiple international outstations ensuring maintenance tasks are completing on time and to the requirements of the Maintenance Operations Manual
• Ensure all Line Maintenance Personnel are appropriately trained, competent and authorised to carryout Maintenance within their trade boundaries
• Report directly to the Accountable Manager Military Flying on any adverse trend or occurrence that could risk the safety of personnel, the public, and the RPAS
• Represent the Maintenance Organisation at Air Safety Working and Safety Steering Groups
• Promote a positive and proactive safety culture within the organisation

• Formal Aircraft Maintenance Training (Military or Civilian Aviation College Graduate)
• An engineering Qualification related to the position being held (Aircraft Maintenance and / or Aircraft Maintenance License)
• Solid and demonstrable experience in Aircraft Maintenance, some of which must be on Unmanned Systems
• Proven background in Aircraft Maintenance Management (P145 and Part M)
• Thorough understanding of Military and Civilian Aviation Regulation
• Experienced in Aircraft Flight Trials
• Ability to understand regulation and translate it into working procedures
• Ability to communicate at all levels
• Ability to make sound technical judgments and to strict deadlines