Maintenance Controller (BBBH13135) Oxfordshire, England
Role: Maintenance Controller
Location: Brize Norton
Duration: 12 months
Shift: 12 hours, 7am to 7pm, Monday to Thursday, then 12 hours, 7am to 7pm, Tuesday to Friday, repeating.
On behalf of our client, a leading aviation MRO specialising in defence aircraft, we are seeking to recruit two Maintenance Controllers for 12-month contract based in Brize Norton with immediate starts.
Reporting to the MOC Lead Engineer:
- Contribute to the MOC Log with regards to maintenance issues and capturing operational actions.
- Monitor incoming emails providing follow up and categorisation.
- Provide 2-way communications to the Line Rectification Controller and DEOC (RAF Duty Engineering Operations Centre) for any operational impacts (i.e. technical delays, changes in aircraft / departure timings).
- Contact on call personnel as directed by MOC Engineer
- Action Cascade callouts as directed by MOC Engineer
- Receive incoming calls, assisting where possible, or directing to the appropriate person / department, taking actions for the MOC Engineer if unavailable (e.g. during breaks / meetings).
- Receive aircraft data from deployed aircraft update the Fleet Status Board as and when required.
- Receive and issue Role Change requests for tasking.
- Interact with and assist all AIOC colleagues (Planning, Logistics and Operations) with the focus to achieve optimum effective aircraft availability.
- Maintain the Cannibalisation Register and archive folders
- Maintain an overview of the fleet long term Acceptable Deferred Faults (ADFs) and assist with any escalations required for rectification.
- Monitor AOG situations and assist the MOC Engineer to expediently provide recovery actions to the deployed Ground Engineers and ensure the AOG status is reflected correctly on the Status Board.
- Monitor daily required urgent spares, liaise with the PT.145, LogOps and MSSR. Progress chase until resolution.
- Register TQN’s (Technical Query Notes) into the CRM tool.
- Provide MOC KPIs including SQCDP to be reported every Monday
- Assist with compiling reports, including the UK Availability Report and AOG reports
- Carry out Part-M/FTAM MDS actions as required OOH in line with access permissions.
- Submit In-Service Event Reports (ISER) when required.
- Participating in department continuous improvement process.
- Follow all relevant Atlas Procedures and maintain the Atlas 809 competencies required as an MSE
- Fire Marshall activities in the event that the fire alarm is signalled (voluntary) - if trained).
- Prior experience working in an aviation maintenance environment is a must.
- Extensive administrative/office experience is mandatory for this role due to its complexity and fast paced nature.
- The ability to communicate and work effectively with people at all levels in a fast-paced environment.
- Hold a minimum of UK BPSS at start with a UKSC (no caveats) within 1 month.
- Driving licence and own car – required due to location of AIOC
If you are interested in applying for this position and you meet the requirements, please send your updated CV to: Grant Jones at Line Up Aviation
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