Job Title: Mechanical Fitters
Immediate start ongoing contract PAYE £13.42 per hour, all hours worked (days)
Department: Stafford Production
Reports To: Team Leader
Direct Reports: None
Base Location: Stafford
The role of the Mechanical Technician is to provide serviceable equipment in a timely and efficient manner whilst complying with legislative and organisational standards for Air, Land and Maritime environments.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB
1. Work in accordance with individual skill sets and training ensuring that the correct knowledge is maintain and current1.
2. Upon arrival of equipment carry out a survey, indepth diagnosis to component level and test to assess the initial condition and serviceability.
3. Assist in the creation of costings and bill of material to complete each task for the customer approval.
4. Carry out maintenance, modification or repair of equipment and test to ensure full serviceability achieved.
5. Complete all relevant paperwork as required to meet internal and legal obligations, for example, F731 and JAMES form.
6. Ensure all work undertaken follows the relevant procedures as defined in the DECA business system and complies with all statutory requirements such as COSHH.
7. Manage own time and workload to meet the requirements of the teams supply plan, satisfying the business and customer delivery requirements.
8. Assist colleagues and apprentices by sharing experience and knowledge as required.
9. Carry out all work in accordance with the specified Approved Source Information (ASI) in either hard copy and/or online.
10. Ensure all relevant mandatory training is kept up to date.
11. Ensure tool control is maintained in accordance with the DECA business system.
12. Maintain work area to the required level of cleanliness to avoid Foreign Object Damage (FOD) and understand why this is important.
13. Display a high degree of personal professionalism in all aspects of the role.
In the interest of safety and airworthiness there is a chain of individual responsibilities for the maintenance work and a system of recording work carried out. Once signed maintenance documents constitute legally binding certificates. Human nature may give rise to an error (a genuine mistake) or a violation (a deliberate deviation from a rule or procedure). If the business supplies the correct tools, documents, processes and procedure and the individual choses to deliberately deviate from the aforementioned, they may be liable to prosecution.