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Maintenance Repair Operations, Fitter / Sheet Metal Worker
United Kingdom
Job description

Salary: Up to £0.00 per annum
Location: Yeovil
Job type: Contract
Sector: Aviation
Category: Fitter Jobs

Morson has permanent positions for Aircraft Fitters/Technicians to work days on the Wildcat Helicopter based at RNAS Yeovilton in Somerset.

Must have recent experience of working on Modern Helicopters:


Job Title: Technician

Responsible To: Wildcat Maintenance Manager


Aircraft maintenance.


To hold authorisations to the minimum level required by WMS, this is to include first signature within own trade group and as detailed in OP 1103 and IAW individual Record of Engineering Authorisations (REA).

Maintain technical currency and authorisation through the training program and reading disseminated information

Aircraft maintenance within trade, as tasked by the Controllers and IAW published procedures and Instructions.

Observing authorised tool control procedures (WMS OP 502) when carrying out maintenance work on aircraft and aircraft associated bay work.

Aircraft Refuelling and De-fuelling when appropriately sauthorised

Operation and maintenance of AGE and Hangar facilities as directed.

Preparation of aircraft for road or air transportation as required.

Participation in exercise detachments and aircraft recovery operations as required.

Maintenance in support of storage tasks.

Any other aircraft or aircraft support related tasks as directed by the appropriate Manager.

Directly responsible to the Ground Movements Supervisor for Aircraft Movement and Aircraft Handling in the Hangar and its dispersal.

Aircraft Marshalling in support of the Ground Crew when required to do so.

Preparation of aircraft for Flight and Security of Aircraft after Flight, including checks for correct fitment of Safety Pins and Gags including armament switches.

Assistance with aircraft role changes.

Aircraft washing and cleaning activities.

FOD clearance and checking the security of the dispersal area.

Administration and husbandry of the Line Office, Engineering Control or servicing bay.



Must have served an aeronautical engineering apprenticeship or Service equivalent Trade Training.

Ideally must have had a minimum 3 years Military Aircraft Engineering experience.

A minimum of 3 years experience of Aircraft Handling, Marshalling and Refuelling in a Military unit.

Please send Cv or ring Sue Orr onfor more details