- Industry: Aviation
- Address: Hassocks
- Salary: £22000 - £25000 + bonus + benefits
- Job Type: Full Time Permanent
Aircraft Component Technical Records Officer
Hassocks, West Sussex
Salary £22000 – £25000 + bonus + benefits – salary expectations will be considered for candidates demonstrating a high level of technical expertise.
Mon-Fri -Full Time hours between 7am and 7pm.
Hunters’ client is an extraordinarily successful, large global aircraft components company in sustained growth mode offering tremendous opportunity to grow in a career. The Technical Records Officersupports the collation and management of Aircraft Technical Records for Assets.
To manage the records acquisition process relating to Airframes that may be acquired from time to time.
To carry out audits of Aircraft Technical Records sets for Assets purchased in conjunction with the Outsourced Records Platform.
To be the focal point for the coordination with the Outsourced Technical Records Platform
Ensure all Technical Records from the Purchased Assets are complete and comply with the relevant EASA Part M requirements.
Liaise with Sales team and Customers in responding to enquiries that entail the provision of Specific Records for components
Work with other Technical Records departments to resolve any anomalies relating to components purchased.
Understand and adhere to Export Control regulations where relevant.
Liaise with internal departments as the nature of the specific task may require.
Assist the MRO Team Leader – Technical Team with all tasks as required.
Background in Aircraft Technical Records Management.
Ideally 3 years’ experience in Airline or Aerospace industry.
Preferably a university degree or qualification and /or previous working experience in Aircraft or Airline Engineering environment.
Knowledge of Aircraft Technical Records Platforms.
Problem solving ability, numerate, accurate with the ability to meet deadlines.
Analytical thinking and reporting skills.
Self-motivated and flexible with the ability to succeed in a busy environment.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills at all levels.
Strong organisation and administration skills.
Ability to prioritise and manage workloads.
Excellent computer literacy, highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Office/Excel.