Technical Records Consultant

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Salary band: Negotiable
Location: Wales, Mid Glamorgan
Job type: Permanent
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Contact: Katie Boardman-Court
Sector: Maintenance, Aircraft, Quality Control & Assurance
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Are you an experienced Technical Records Consultant?

 

We are assisting a leading Aviation Asset Management and engine leasing consultancy who have entered the next phase of growth and are looking to add to their Technical Records team with a Technical Records Consultant.

 

About the role

This is a permanent position based in Bridgend, Wales.
Reporting to the Technical Records Manager, you will be providing technical records support to the lease finance portfolio/program, performing audits of heavy shop visit records, assisting the engine pre-purchase reviews, and to deputise for the manager in their absence.

 

Responsibilities

This is a mentoring role with full documentation control, advising other Technical Records Personnel. Other duties will include:

Review and verify the accuracy and completeness of engine records

Review Critical Influencing Parts, PMA and DER for engines

Ongoing maintenance and review of engine records during ownership up to and including time of sale and/or teardown

Review and prepare engine lease and sale packages

Responsible for the collation and management of original records with due consideration for the regulatory and company portfolio/program storage obligations

Audit compliance of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins for each engine and ensure correct/current status is entered into the company database and records management system.

Update the company database for the tracking of accurate information for engines, components, inspections and other technical information.

Ensure all engine records are updated to accurately reflect the latest technical publication issue and are filed in the correct location

Understand Back to Birth LLP trace regulatory and commercial requirements

Communicate with all relevant internal and external parties to ensure all engine data is obtained

Essential

To be considered for this role you must have at least 5 years’ experience working in an engine records management capacity within the aviation industry, and have the following attributes:

Wide and varied knowledge of all Technical Engine Records is essential, including operator and MRO records, FAA, EASA, and CAAC regulations

Good understanding of LLP trace requirements

Be fastidious in their approach to document management

Has excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

Is able to take an analytical and logical approach to their own workload

Works well under pressure and can think on their feet

Be a supportive and contributing team member

Has excellent problem solving and analytical skills

Is proactive in their approach

Can apply their experience to mentor, coach and motivate Tech Records Personnel

Be willing to travel at short notice

This is an excellent opportunity to work for a leading independent consultancy and help take this client into their next phase of growth.

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