Job title: Aviation & Workshop Trainer
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Location: County Clare, Ireland
Industry:
  • Aerospace
Expertise:
  • Engineering
Salary type: Annual
Salary: Negotiable
Job published: 31-10-2018
Job ID: 32077

Job Description

We are currently seeking Aviation Trainers and Workshop Trainers for one of the world’s leading providers of aircraft maintenance at Shannon Airport. This is a very exciting opportunity for a candidate who has completed a recognised Traineeship / Apprenticeship in Aircraft Maintenance or Structures and Composites training or completed a Traineeship or Apprenticeship in a technical trade.

 

The ideal candidate will have experience as a teacher or instructor and previous experience in an EASA Part 147 organisation would be a distinct advantage. See below for full requirements of the job.

 

The post attracts a competitive salary and other company benefits.

 

Please refer to Additional Information below for further information regarding living and working in County Clare, Ireland

 

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and deliver Aviation Training programs.
  • Be capable and competent delivering EASA Part 66 Theoretical and Workshop Practical Training modules, and other aviation training in line with customer needs (both in PART 145 or other).
  • Develop, prepare and review course material for Aviation Training programs. This could include EASA Part 66 modules/ Continuation Training/ Practical Training and other aviation training in line with customer needs.
  • Carry out practical training and assessments, in line with Part 147 requirements.
  • Carry out assessments / examinations in line with Part 147 requirements.  Professionally conduct training, ensuring that standards and guidelines are clear to students.
  • Create an environment conducive to effective learning whilst ensuring the safety of all students.
  • Participate in / contribute to the planning of training/examination schedules and in the co-ordination of same with Customers, Authorities etc.  Propose solutions/ideas to bottlenecks/issues within the training schedule.
  • Support the maintenance of examination data-bases, keeping them current and secure in line with the Company and International Standards.
  • Participate in reviewing the effectiveness of training and in implementing appropriate corrective, preventative or improvement activities required or agreed with the Aviation Training Team Leader / Head of Aviation Services.
  • Support the up-dating of our MTOE and other policies, procedures and directives and ensure courses are delivered in accordance with same.
  • Lead projects or programs as assigned by the Aviation Training Team Leader or Head of Aviation Services.
  • Deliver training which will involve working away from base and outside of Ireland for long and short term durations.
  • Support other Aviation Services Teams.  Deputise for the Aviation Training Team Leader.
  • Liaise with our customers, be an ambassador for the school.  Be an exam invigilator.  Be a coach, mentor and class representative to your assigned classes. 
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as required by the Aviation Training Team Leader and Head of Aviation Services.

 

Experience/Qualification Requirements:

  • Has completed a recognised Traineeship / Apprenticeship in Aircraft Maintenance or Structures and Composites training or completed a Traineeship or Apprenticeship in a technical trade.
  • Must be prepared to pass the relevant EASA Part 66 Modules if you have not passed them already.
  • Experience as a teacher, instructor or trainer, with experience in an EASA Part 147 environment a distinct advantage.
  • Have a good knowledge of EASA Parts 145, 147 and 66.
  • Have excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Be a good team player with demonstrated excellent interpersonal, time management (of assigned tasks and projects) and organisational skills.
  • An ability to work with customers to understand their training and development needs.
  • Be capable of demonstrating a very high level of instruction design and delivery skills.
  • Be a self-motivated, confident and independent professional, capable of being an ambassador for the Company: and Aviation Services by independently supporting students / customers at their own bases.
  • Have good IT skill and be familiar with Microsoft packages.  Experience in internet communication / methods of instruction would also be a distinct advantage. 

 

Additional Information regarding living in the area

 

Please click on the following links for information regarding life in County Clare and the surrounding area

 

https://www.lookwest.ie/life/clare/

 

https://www.wildatlanticway.com/explore-the-route/the-cliff-coast

 

You can apply by sending your CV and supporting documents on edwina@ryanaviation.net