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    • essex, essex
    • permanent
    • full-time
    On behalf of one of our growing Clients, Qualitair Aviation are recruiting a Borescope Inspector to join a great team on a permanent basis! The Role:To take the lead on all engine borescope activities for the business and play a pivotal role in the turnaround of engines going through maintenance in the workshop and at customer requested locations. The role will require a flexible approach as travel may be required at short notice. Main Responsibilities and Duties:Take on the key role of borescope inspector in the day-to-day operation of a busy engine workshop.Meet and maintain the standards set by the business and the regulatory authorities.Ensure all work is carried out IAW the relevant manuals.Conduct all tasks in a timely and accurate manner ensuring turnaround times are kept to a minimum while meeting company objectivesWork closely with Team Leaders and Workshop Manager to effectively plan and accomplish all required tasks.Ensure all associated tooling is serviceable and maintained for continued use.Establish and promote a safe working environment and culture, conducive to good, efficient maintenance practices.To be adaptable and a team player as other engine shop tasks will be required in addition to borescope inspections.Flexibility, adaptability and a willingness to welcome and embrace changes to priorities.Contributing to and co-operating with all staff members to meet targets and goals.To maintain the expected standards of performance and quality.To adhere to the Company's Health and Safety and Security Policies at all times.To maintain proper standards of integrity, conduct and concern for the interests of the company and its customers.To comply with Human Factors at all times. Skills & Experience:Time served aerospace industry apprentice with a minimum of 5 years experience post apprenticeshipBorescope inspection experience on various engine types is essential, ideally on some of the following types, CFM, LEAP, CF6, CF34, V2500, RB211, T700, PW4000, PW1000G plus APU'sBoroblend experience would be desirable.Previous experience of working in a busy engine shop or aircraft MRO would be desirable.A current or previously held company approval would be desirable.Computer literate (training will be given on the company computer system, previous Quantum experience is desirable).Excellent organisational and communication skills.Knowledge of AMM's, ESM's, SB's and all associated manuals including relevant ATA chapters.Awareness of Part 145 and FAA regulationsCurrent Human Factor training, EWIS level 1&2, Fuel Tank safety level 1&2 (all desirable but can be provided)Must be flexible and willing to work in both the workshop or at customer locations as satisfy business needs.Must be a team player.Must be able identify problems, undertake corrective action or propose alternative methods/systems in order to improve output or quality or to overcome functional problems. Competitive Salary with company benefits. ** PLEASE NOTE, only applicants with the right to live and work in the U.K will be considered **
    On behalf of one of our growing Clients, Qualitair Aviation are recruiting a Borescope Inspector to join a great team on a permanent basis! The Role:To take the lead on all engine borescope activities for the business and play a pivotal role in the turnaround of engines going through maintenance in the workshop and at customer requested locations. The role will require a flexible approach as travel may be required at short notice. Main Responsibilities and Duties:Take on the key role of borescope inspector in the day-to-day operation of a busy engine workshop.Meet and maintain the standards set by the business and the regulatory authorities.Ensure all work is carried out IAW the relevant manuals.Conduct all tasks in a timely and accurate manner ensuring turnaround times are kept to a minimum while meeting company objectivesWork closely with Team Leaders and Workshop Manager to effectively plan and accomplish all required tasks.Ensure all associated tooling is serviceable and maintained for continued use.Establish and promote a safe working environment and culture, conducive to good, efficient maintenance practices.To be adaptable and a team player as other engine shop tasks will be required in addition to borescope inspections.Flexibility, adaptability and a willingness to welcome and embrace changes to priorities.Contributing to and co-operating with all staff members to meet targets and goals.To maintain the expected standards of performance and quality.To adhere to the Company's Health and Safety and Security Policies at all times.To maintain proper standards of integrity, conduct and concern for the interests of the company and its customers.To comply with Human Factors at all times. Skills & Experience:Time served aerospace industry apprentice with a minimum of 5 years experience post apprenticeshipBorescope inspection experience on various engine types is essential, ideally on some of the following types, CFM, LEAP, CF6, CF34, V2500, RB211, T700, PW4000, PW1000G plus APU'sBoroblend experience would be desirable.Previous experience of working in a busy engine shop or aircraft MRO would be desirable.A current or previously held company approval would be desirable.Computer literate (training will be given on the company computer system, previous Quantum experience is desirable).Excellent organisational and communication skills.Knowledge of AMM's, ESM's, SB's and all associated manuals including relevant ATA chapters.Awareness of Part 145 and FAA regulationsCurrent Human Factor training, EWIS level 1&2, Fuel Tank safety level 1&2 (all desirable but can be provided)Must be flexible and willing to work in both the workshop or at customer locations as satisfy business needs.Must be a team player.Must be able identify problems, undertake corrective action or propose alternative methods/systems in order to improve output or quality or to overcome functional problems. Competitive Salary with company benefits. ** PLEASE NOTE, only applicants with the right to live and work in the U.K will be considered **
    • essex, essex
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Qualitair Aviation are excited to be working with one of our leading Clients in the aviation industry to recruit Aircraft Engine Technicians!! This is an opportunity to join a fantastic team with great benefits. Job Purpose:To be part of the team for all maintenance and repair activities in the workshop while liaising with the Team Leaders and Workshop Manager to meet daily work demands. This position is key to activities in the workshop to enable work to be completed in line with customer requirements and expectations while adhering to industry standards.There will be occasional requirements to work away from base in the field (either near-wing or on-wing).We currently work on and are approved for the following: CFM56, LEAP, V2500, RB211, CF6, CF34, PW4000, PW1000G and Trent700.The role will require a flexible approach with a can-do attitude.It is essential that applicants have previous company approval for at least one of the engine types above. Main Responsibilities and Duties:To be part of the team working on various maintenance and repair workscopes as part of the day-to-day operation in a busy workshop.To be part of the team working on effectively turning around engine shop inputs while meeting company objectives, working with the wider team to ensure all tasks are completed in a timely and accurate manner.To meet and maintain the standards set by the business and the regulatory authorities.To ensure all work is carried out IAW the relevant manuals.To conduct all tasks in a timely and accurate manner ensuring turnaround times are kept to a minimumTo promote a safe working environment and culture, conducive to good, efficient maintenance practicesTo assist with the implementation of company directives and strategies for the continued success and growth of the business.To contribute to and co-operate with all staff members to meet performance targets and goals.To maintain the expected quality standards.To adhere to the Company's Health and Safety and Security Policies at all times.To maintain proper standards of integrity, conduct and concern for the interests of the company and its customers.To comply with Human Factors at all times. Skills & Experience:Time served aerospace industry apprentice with a minimum of 2 year's experience post apprenticeship.Previous experience of working in a busy engine shop on the engine types listed above.Excellent organisational and communication skills.Knowledge of engine shop manuals and associated manuals including relevant ATA chapters.Awareness of Part 145 and FAA regulations.A previously held company approval on at least one of the engine types above.Borescope Inspection experience would be desirable.Current Human Factors training, EWIS level 1 & 2 and fuel tank safety level 1 & 2 would be an advantage but can be provided.Must be flexible and willing to move between work areas within GT Engine Services as requiredMust be able to follow Technical Instructions from ESM, CMM, SRM, IPC etc.Must be a team player.Must be able to identify problems, undertake corrective action or propose alternative methods/systems in order to improve output or quality or to overcome functional problems.A forklift licence would be desirable but training can be provided. Competitive Salary plus company benefits included. ** PLEASE NOTE, only candidates with the right to live and work in the U.K will be considered **
    Qualitair Aviation are excited to be working with one of our leading Clients in the aviation industry to recruit Aircraft Engine Technicians!! This is an opportunity to join a fantastic team with great benefits. Job Purpose:To be part of the team for all maintenance and repair activities in the workshop while liaising with the Team Leaders and Workshop Manager to meet daily work demands. This position is key to activities in the workshop to enable work to be completed in line with customer requirements and expectations while adhering to industry standards.There will be occasional requirements to work away from base in the field (either near-wing or on-wing).We currently work on and are approved for the following: CFM56, LEAP, V2500, RB211, CF6, CF34, PW4000, PW1000G and Trent700.The role will require a flexible approach with a can-do attitude.It is essential that applicants have previous company approval for at least one of the engine types above. Main Responsibilities and Duties:To be part of the team working on various maintenance and repair workscopes as part of the day-to-day operation in a busy workshop.To be part of the team working on effectively turning around engine shop inputs while meeting company objectives, working with the wider team to ensure all tasks are completed in a timely and accurate manner.To meet and maintain the standards set by the business and the regulatory authorities.To ensure all work is carried out IAW the relevant manuals.To conduct all tasks in a timely and accurate manner ensuring turnaround times are kept to a minimumTo promote a safe working environment and culture, conducive to good, efficient maintenance practicesTo assist with the implementation of company directives and strategies for the continued success and growth of the business.To contribute to and co-operate with all staff members to meet performance targets and goals.To maintain the expected quality standards.To adhere to the Company's Health and Safety and Security Policies at all times.To maintain proper standards of integrity, conduct and concern for the interests of the company and its customers.To comply with Human Factors at all times. Skills & Experience:Time served aerospace industry apprentice with a minimum of 2 year's experience post apprenticeship.Previous experience of working in a busy engine shop on the engine types listed above.Excellent organisational and communication skills.Knowledge of engine shop manuals and associated manuals including relevant ATA chapters.Awareness of Part 145 and FAA regulations.A previously held company approval on at least one of the engine types above.Borescope Inspection experience would be desirable.Current Human Factors training, EWIS level 1 & 2 and fuel tank safety level 1 & 2 would be an advantage but can be provided.Must be flexible and willing to move between work areas within GT Engine Services as requiredMust be able to follow Technical Instructions from ESM, CMM, SRM, IPC etc.Must be a team player.Must be able to identify problems, undertake corrective action or propose alternative methods/systems in order to improve output or quality or to overcome functional problems.A forklift licence would be desirable but training can be provided. Competitive Salary plus company benefits included. ** PLEASE NOTE, only candidates with the right to live and work in the U.K will be considered **
    • basildon, essex
    • permanent
    • £12,499 per year
    • full-time
    Advanced Engineering Apprenticeship with Ford Motor Company At Ford Motor Company we are working to revolutionise mobility; fuelled by new challenges, we are creating solutions to build a better world for everyone. To support our incredible plans for the future of mobility, we are looking for talented individuals to join the Ford family; ready to support our development of exciting new products, gain valuable qualifications and become part of the next generation of Ford engineers. About the roleThe Advanced Engineering apprenticeship here at Ford will include 12-18 months of off-the-job training, where you will get to broaden your knowledge and skill-set at the Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence (CEME) in Transport Operations, Dagenham.Your on-the-job training will take place at the relevant Ford operation (either Dunton Campus or Transport Operations, Dagenham), where you will get to apply your new skills and knowledge gained during your CEME training to real-life engineering operations.You will gain a National Vocational Qualification at Level 2 and Level 3, a BTEC level 2 Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering, a BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering, and Functional Skills in Maths, English and Information Technology. To excel here at Ford, you will have the following attributes:A keen interest in engineering and willing to learn more.Commitment and drive to complete your work to the best of your ability.A positive attitude to problem solving and adapting.Ability to communicate well with others. To become part of our team, you will need:A minimum of 3 GCSE grades** Must include Maths at grade B (Level 5/6).English (Literature or Language) at grade C (Level 4).Physics (or Double Science) at grade C (Level 4). Benefits Access to our Employee Development and Assistance Programme (EDAP) - which can provide up to £300 per year for non-job-specific education, training and development.A unique opportunity to access Ford's Privilege scheme - allowing you to purchase Ford vehicles at a discount.A great salary increasing yearly, along with our competitive pension scheme.An excellent work-life balance, including a generous holiday allowance of 25 days - this is prorated in the first year of employment. Working at FordWe rely on, respect, and care for each other. We build networks and partners without boundaries. We welcome everyone's unique contributions, communicate candidly, and work together as ONE team - we are a family. Our values are our guiding light, and the conscience for our work, and our people. At Ford, we naturally follow these values, and we hope that you do too. To learn more about our values, please visit: https://corporate.ford.com/about/culture.html Ford is committed to diversity and equality of opportunity for all and is opposed to any form of less favourable treatment or harassment on the grounds of sex, marital status, civil partnership status, parental status, race, ethnic origin, colour, nationality, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, religion/belief, gender reassignment and gender identity, ageAre you looking to 'Bring on Tomorrow' with Ford?Apply online at: https://ourclients.randstad.co.uk/ford-motor-company/apprenticeship/
    Advanced Engineering Apprenticeship with Ford Motor Company At Ford Motor Company we are working to revolutionise mobility; fuelled by new challenges, we are creating solutions to build a better world for everyone. To support our incredible plans for the future of mobility, we are looking for talented individuals to join the Ford family; ready to support our development of exciting new products, gain valuable qualifications and become part of the next generation of Ford engineers. About the roleThe Advanced Engineering apprenticeship here at Ford will include 12-18 months of off-the-job training, where you will get to broaden your knowledge and skill-set at the Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence (CEME) in Transport Operations, Dagenham.Your on-the-job training will take place at the relevant Ford operation (either Dunton Campus or Transport Operations, Dagenham), where you will get to apply your new skills and knowledge gained during your CEME training to real-life engineering operations.You will gain a National Vocational Qualification at Level 2 and Level 3, a BTEC level 2 Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering, a BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering, and Functional Skills in Maths, English and Information Technology. To excel here at Ford, you will have the following attributes:A keen interest in engineering and willing to learn more.Commitment and drive to complete your work to the best of your ability.A positive attitude to problem solving and adapting.Ability to communicate well with others. To become part of our team, you will need:A minimum of 3 GCSE grades** Must include Maths at grade B (Level 5/6).English (Literature or Language) at grade C (Level 4).Physics (or Double Science) at grade C (Level 4). Benefits Access to our Employee Development and Assistance Programme (EDAP) - which can provide up to £300 per year for non-job-specific education, training and development.A unique opportunity to access Ford's Privilege scheme - allowing you to purchase Ford vehicles at a discount.A great salary increasing yearly, along with our competitive pension scheme.An excellent work-life balance, including a generous holiday allowance of 25 days - this is prorated in the first year of employment. Working at FordWe rely on, respect, and care for each other. We build networks and partners without boundaries. We welcome everyone's unique contributions, communicate candidly, and work together as ONE team - we are a family. Our values are our guiding light, and the conscience for our work, and our people. At Ford, we naturally follow these values, and we hope that you do too. To learn more about our values, please visit: https://corporate.ford.com/about/culture.html Ford is committed to diversity and equality of opportunity for all and is opposed to any form of less favourable treatment or harassment on the grounds of sex, marital status, civil partnership status, parental status, race, ethnic origin, colour, nationality, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, religion/belief, gender reassignment and gender identity, ageAre you looking to 'Bring on Tomorrow' with Ford?Apply online at: https://ourclients.randstad.co.uk/ford-motor-company/apprenticeship/
    • thurrock, essex
    • permanent
    • £33,000 - £37,000 per year
    • full-time
    Maintenance EngineerThurrock, EssexMonday - Friday£33,000 - £37,000 per annum + contributory pensions + life assurance + multiple discounts The Company:My client is one of the largest distributors of metal products across the country. This leading brand is seeking an experienced maintenance engineer to assist with the installations and maintenance of their refurbished site.The company is renowned for both their in-house and external training and due to their upcoming expansion plans there is unlimited opportunity for progression into a more senior or managerial role. In return they will expect you to uphold the same high standard and commitment to ensure the plant's reliability, whilst leading by example for the more junior members of the maintenance team. They invest a lot of time and money into their employees and reward hard work, enthusiasm and willingness to pitch in where needed and learn new skills. The Candidate:The ideal candidate would be a competent maintenance technician with previous experience working within a heavy duty or industrial environment, preferably metal manufacturing. You should be comfortable assisting with planned and preventative maintenance on a variety of equipment whilst adhering to EHS requirements. You should also be open to working independants, but also leading my example and acting as a role model to the junior members of the team whilst they are training. On top of this, the structure of this leading company provides a good work/life balance and great options for those looking to plan for the long-term and progress into more senior or managerial positions. If you are excited to join a supportive and organised team where you can develop within the business, this could be the perfect fit for you! Requirements:Previous experience working as a maintenance engineer within a similar industry.Enthusiastic approachable and a can do attitude to work. Competent fault finding and repairing on a range of equipment.Onsite apprenticeship training or level 3 qualification (HNC, NVQ or City and Guilds) in either electrical or mechanical engineering. Benefits:High standards of health and safetyContributory pensions scheme Friendly, sociable work environmentLife assuranceDiscounts on a variety of products and services such as gym memberships, childcare vouchers, transport, shops and restaurantsHoliday trading If you are interested in hearing more about this position please click apply now or contact Arabella Onion at arabella.onion@randstad.co.uk. Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
    Maintenance EngineerThurrock, EssexMonday - Friday£33,000 - £37,000 per annum + contributory pensions + life assurance + multiple discounts The Company:My client is one of the largest distributors of metal products across the country. This leading brand is seeking an experienced maintenance engineer to assist with the installations and maintenance of their refurbished site.The company is renowned for both their in-house and external training and due to their upcoming expansion plans there is unlimited opportunity for progression into a more senior or managerial role. In return they will expect you to uphold the same high standard and commitment to ensure the plant's reliability, whilst leading by example for the more junior members of the maintenance team. They invest a lot of time and money into their employees and reward hard work, enthusiasm and willingness to pitch in where needed and learn new skills. The Candidate:The ideal candidate would be a competent maintenance technician with previous experience working within a heavy duty or industrial environment, preferably metal manufacturing. You should be comfortable assisting with planned and preventative maintenance on a variety of equipment whilst adhering to EHS requirements. You should also be open to working independants, but also leading my example and acting as a role model to the junior members of the team whilst they are training. On top of this, the structure of this leading company provides a good work/life balance and great options for those looking to plan for the long-term and progress into more senior or managerial positions. If you are excited to join a supportive and organised team where you can develop within the business, this could be the perfect fit for you! Requirements:Previous experience working as a maintenance engineer within a similar industry.Enthusiastic approachable and a can do attitude to work. Competent fault finding and repairing on a range of equipment.Onsite apprenticeship training or level 3 qualification (HNC, NVQ or City and Guilds) in either electrical or mechanical engineering. Benefits:High standards of health and safetyContributory pensions scheme Friendly, sociable work environmentLife assuranceDiscounts on a variety of products and services such as gym memberships, childcare vouchers, transport, shops and restaurantsHoliday trading If you are interested in hearing more about this position please click apply now or contact Arabella Onion at arabella.onion@randstad.co.uk. Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.

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