Aircraft Check Supervisor
Prestwick Aircraft Maintenance Ltd (PAM) is one of three hangar facilities in Europe that make up the Ryanair heavy maintenance engineering group. At the facility in Prestwick (Scotland) we are responsible for conducting extensive base maintenance checks on Ryanair’s fleet of Boeing 737-700/800 aircraft.
We are currently looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Check Supervisor to lead the maintenance teams.
The successful candidate will be responsible for, but not limited to:
Base Maintenance / Cat C final CRS certifying engineer.
Authorisation of high cost spares and control of the spares shortage list to ensure that all items are ordered.
Support and assist the zone supervisors.
Maintain a high-quality standard of work for himself / herself and staff under their supervision.
Ensuring that all tasks are carried out in accordance with the requirements of the Regulatory Authorities, the company MOE, Procedures and individual Personal Authorisation Certificates.
Completion of allocated tasks within pre-determined targets.
Ensuring company regulations, discipline and working practices are adhered to by the manpower under their supervision.
Maintaining a safe and clean working environment.
Ensuring that the company Health and Safety Policy is adhered to in the areas of his / her responsibility.
Ensuring aircraft documentation is completed accurately in all aspects in accordance with the Company Procedures and Workplace Instructions.
Carrying out Line Maintenance duties when designated by the Hangar Manager / Supervisor.
Responsible for effective utilisation and improved efficiency of staff under his / her supervision.
Carry out any other tasks as reasonably required by the Hangar Manager / Supervisor.
Applicants must have a B1 license with a Boeing 737 – 800 type rating.
C Licence is a distinct advantage.
Extensive aircraft experience, preferably at supervisory level.
Successful candidate is required to provide a clean Disclosure Scotland to work at UK Airports.
All applicants must have an unrestricted right to work in the UK.