Technical Training Manager – Aviation – EASA Part-147

  • Job Reference: N6030-518A
  • Date Posted: 11 July 2017
  • Location: Christchurch
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Consulting & Corporate Strategy, Executive Positions, Government & Defence
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Anne Hartley
  • Email: info@gregory-martin.com
  • Telephone: 01252 710215

Job Description

 

Technical Training Manager – Aviation – EASA Part-147

 

Our client is a highly successful global aviation company; they have an exciting opportunity for a Technical Training Manager to join their business. To manage the company EASA approved Part-147 Technical training school. You will be responsible for planning, organizing, leading and supervising the technical training department technical training staff. 

 

To ensure that training targets are met and maintained in accordance with EASA Part-147 and Part-145 requirements and business need to meet current legislation. Advising and directing training solutions in response to business requirements and developing training courses to meet business need. Market and sell Aircraft Technical training for fixed and rotary wing aircraft types.  

 Our client uses highly customised aircraft to conduct border protection and surveillance operations in Australia and the UK, as well as providing operational readiness training through electronic warfare training for the UK Ministry of Defence. It’s also a leading supplier of flight inspection services.

 

As a Technical Training Manager your skills and qualifications will ideally include:

Hold an aeronautical/ electrical or mechanical degree or, be a certified Part 66 licensed engineer or

Previous employment as an aeronautical type training instructor/manager in a Part-147 environment this is essential.

To be able to carry out a type rated course on Falcon F20 (CF700)/F20-5 (TF731) Beech 200 series and Beech 300 Series.

Be a qualified Dangerous Goods by Air instructor.

Able to carry out Human factors and Fuel Tank Safety courses.

Must be able to demonstrate an understanding of EASA Parts 66/145/147/M and 21.

Excellent communication; verbal and written communication skills.

Adaptable with excellent planning and organisational skills.

Ability to cope with pressure and change.

Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team.

Experience within a customer led manufacturing business.  

 

As a Technical Training Manager your responsibilities will include: 

Ensure compliance with EASA technical standards within area of responsibility.

 Responsible for the role of the UK CAA Part-147 nominated person at the company.

To manage the day to day running of the Training Programmes and resources. 

Carry out the duties of an aircraft technical training instructor for which he is qualified on type and within the companies EASA Part-147 approval.

To produce and update all student training notes and presentations for the Aircraft types. 

Responsible for the evaluation of technical training programmes to ensure they achieve organisational objectives and remain cost effective to deliver.

To carry out the annual training planning meeting and produce a training programme for the forthcoming year to meet the engineering and business requirements. 

Assess training needs and source/develop suitable training courses to meet business need.

Manage the Aircraft Maintenance Apprentices and liaise with local and national training and educational organisations (Colleges/Schools). 

Seek and engage with potential customers to generate revenue through the delivery of training courses.

To carry out the duties and responsibilities of the IR Part 147 Approved Examiner. 

 

Technical Training Manager – Aviation – EASA Part-147

Salary:  Competitive plus excellent benefits

Location:  Bournemouth, Dorset