Group Technical Trainer

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Crawley
Salary
Competitive
Posted
09 Nov 2016
Closes
06 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
TAA are looking for a Group Technical Trainer to join their client in West Sussex.

Main purpose of the role:

To support Operations and Production in developing the skills and knowledge of its staff and internal/external customers, through the design, delivery and evaluation of effective training.
Contribute to the success of the group through training, advice and support for staff and managers throughout the organisation.

Responsibilities

• The Technical Trainer is responsible for ensuring that all staff receives adequate product training as appropriate.
• All certifying staff receive sufficient continuation training in each 2 year period to ensure the staff have up to date knowledge of relevant technology and other matters.
• Organising training in other areas such as Human Factors and similar spheres.
• Put in place organisation procedures, courses as directed by the Group Head of QA.
• Under supervision of the Group Head of QA maintain the Technical Library.
• Compile, distribute and control the series of QDR and Quality Notices.
• Ensure accurate and up to date maintenance and all training records across the group of the maintenance and production staff.
• Act as a link between airline/customer training departments and any other outside agency in relation to training matters.

Key Skills

Essential:
Must comply with procedures agreed by the competent authority seen in the POE/MOE.
(See doc Ref: ABC-003 Minimum regulatory requirements for the position of QA Engineer Part 145 & Part 21G)
• To maintain Integrity working under pressure.
• To remain impartial and independent.
• Presentation skills to support the Training of staff.
• Able to read and interpret technical manuals & drawings.
• Ability to influence and interact with all grades of staff.
• Driving Licence

Excellent opportunity to join a growing group. Please call Michelle for further information