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Avionic Supervisor

Salary: £0

Location: Yeovil

Job type: Permanent

Category: Yeovil

Morson Technical Services are currently seeking an Avionic Wildcat Base Maintenance Supervisor to be based at RNAS Yeovilton on a permanent basis. ABOUT Our Wildcat Base Maintenance team carry out 300 hourly zonal maintenance on the 62 strong fleet of Army and Navy Wildcat Helicopters. On a 17-week programme, teams strip, clean, inspect and rectify the aircraft to return to the front-line squadrons.  Our qualified engineers work a days’ routine, fault finding and replacing components as required and ground running the aircraft prior to sending them forward.  Operating within a MAOS Part 145 framework, the organisation is professional and diligent, with air worthiness and health and safety paramount to its success. Our Morson employees at RNAS Yeovilton are supported by our onsite HR Team, we help you explore your passions and unlock your true potential. Our people are the heart of our business, and we provide the learning and the tools to help you take your career to the next level. MAIN ACTIVITIES AND TASKS To hold authorisations to the minimum level required by WMS, this is to include second signature within own trade group as detailed in OP 1103 and IAW individual Record of Engineering Authorisations (REA). Maintain technical currency and authorisation through the training programme and reading disseminated information. Aircraft maintenance within trade, as tasked by the Controllers and in accordance with published Procedures and Instructions. Completing GOLDesp procedures IAW Wildcat Maintenance Support WMS OP 408 and JAP(D) 100A-0409-01 series of publications. Observing authorised tool control procedures (WMS OP 502) when carrying out maintenance work on aircraft and aircraft associated bay work. Supervision of Technicians/Apprentices. Operation and maintenance of AGE and Hangar facilities as directed. Preparation of aircraft for road or air transportation if required. Participation in exercise detachments and aircraft recovery operations as required. Carrying out independent inspections where authorised in accordance with MAM-P and IAW individual REA. Any other aircraft or aircraft support related tasks as directed by the appropriate Manager. KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE Must have served an aeronautical engineering apprenticeship or Service equivalent Trade Training. Meet the criteria specified in WMS OP 1103 para 6.2 & Figure 1. Must possess a thorough knowledge of UK Military Aircraft documentation procedures. Current and competent in the use of GOLDesp. PACKAGE/ BENEFITS Competitive salary Discretionary bonus based on team KPI achievements Holiday – 5 weeks, 25 days a year (rising to 26 days after 5 years’ service) plus bank holidays. Company Pension Scheme If this of interest please apply today, or alternatively contact Oliver Beaumont on (phone number removed) or


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