£30,000 - £33,000 yearlyLufthansa Technik Landing Gear Services UK Hayes, UK
Oct 02, 2018Full time
Job Objective Will be responsible for all activities within the Non-Destructive Testing Department to ensure the smooth running of NDT process Key Performance Measures: To continually improve the process, service and results with the measuring and reporting of all performances, relating to the effective working of systems and processes Embrace and actively improve LEAN processes Ensure all KPI targets for the department are met and adhered too Key Responsibilities: (include responsibilities for H&S, COMAH etc) All employees are required to use the LTLGS Integrated Quality Management System IQ Move. To participate in the process of writing and maintaining Technique (method) sheets for the testing of components, and to liaise with LTLGS’ s level 111 Technician. To understand and apply the company and industry statutory operational specifications for the evaluation of landing gear components, flap tracks, and carriages. To test and verify the condition of a diverse range of components passing through the NDT area, and to perform these in a timely manner. To work and contribute to the team within the area, managing their individual certification to keep it current and valid. Attending internal and external training courses, as required, to maintain and develop the relevance of their certification. Performing such routine maintenance on equipment in the area as is required to operate legally. Other duties as directed by the production manager and Section Manager. All duties shall be undertaken in compliance with safety and environmental regulations and company procedures. Interface with production depts. Attend meetings as required. To constantly monitor operating methods in order to facilitate both qualitative and qualitative improvements in the service provided to the customer. To communicate effectively with senior management on any important issues which are likely to arise. Full and effective liaison is maintained with all departments which are affected directly or indirectly by the assigned area of responsibility. To work within established company policies, procedures and agreements. An awareness of the major accident prevention plan (MAPP). An awareness and understanding of responsibilities outlined in the Company’s environmental procedures. You will be required to maintain Practical Experience Record (PER) book · You may be required to train personnel with a specified area subject to your qualifications and experience In addition to the duties and responsibilities outlined above you will be expected to carry out any other reasonable activities as required by your line manager Knowledge and Experience : (include technical skills) Level II approval in accordance with LTLGS written practice for the qualification and approval of NDT personal, reference LTLGS NDT 001 Extensive experience within an Aerospace Engineering NDT Environment. Personal qualities: Able to communicate with all levels of Management Willingness to learn new skills to help the company achieve it’s targets Must be a strong team player willing to improve and learn methods and processes with the attitude to pass on knowledge and help with the improvement of the working environment within the NDT department Qualifications required: Educated to at least GCSE standard Aerospace Apprenticeship served preferable.