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JOB TITLE
   
Avionics / Electrical Instructor  

LOCATION
SALARY
 
North West Wales£23.7K incl. shift allowance 
DESCRIPTION  
JOB PURPOSE:
Provide instruction in own trade group specialisation to BDS employees and personnel of external companies as directed by the TDM.
Carry out NVQ assessment of BDS employees within the “on the job” training programme.
Responsibilities include, maintaining a high quality of instruction and teaching courses to the approved syllabus of training as required meeting the BDS Training Plan.
SCOPE OF WORK:
Lead instructor in trade and specialist courses as directed by the TDM to meet the requirements of the BDS Training Plan. A specialist course appointed Assessor and/or examiner as directed by the TDM.
Once qualified carry out NVQ assessments of BDS employees and personnel from external companies.
Assist in the NVQ administration and the training of NVQ Assessors.
Modifying and updating the training syllabus as directed by changes to the BDS Training Plan, the COB,         RAF Regulations and Regulating Authorities for specialist training courses.
Maintaining appropriate teaching notes, training aids, preparing lectures, lessons and class work.
MAIN
Through Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) and involvement implement a programme of Continuous Quality Improvement to improve the effectiveness of the Training & Development Department.
To produce and implement in the most cost-effective manner a syllabus and programme of training based upon the Annual Training Plan.
The implementation of a personal development system supported by a proactive training programme to the required standards to achieve the Investors in People accreditation.
To ensue that statuary regulations are followed and that the highest standards are achieved to ensure customer satisfaction is maintained.
To ensure students are aware of their responsibilities and those conditions within the work place that provides a safe and healthy work environment.
Ensure that all appropriate syllabus, teaching notes and student notes are accurate and fully amended.
Setting theoretical and practical examinations to meet the course objectives and the aims of the syllabus.

JOB BOUNDARIES - DECISION
To work within the strict guidelines of the approved syllabus and programme for each course.
An instructor can not change, modify, add material or leave out any part of a course syllabus with out prior approval.
An instructor can make recommendations as to the suitability of company personnel undertaking internal company training courses to the TDM. The final decision as to there suitability will be at Senior Management Level.
A qualified Instructor can fail any candidate (internal or external) who does not meet the required standards in theoretical examinations and / or practical assessments with recommendations as to their further training to the TDM.
Setting theoretical and practical examinations to meet the course objectives and the aims of the syllabus.
PRINCIPAL
As Lead instructor in trade and specialist courses ensure that the requirements of the BDS Training Plan
Maintaining instructional standards, exam analysis, student interviews and course debriefs are followed and implement in the most cost effective manner.
Through liaison with the appropriate company departments, maintain an awareness of current         As an NVQ assessor maintain the standards of the NVQ awarding body and assist in the NVQ administration and the training of NVQ Assessors.
Modifying and updating the training syllabus as directed by changes to the BDS Training Plan, the COB, RAF Regulations and Regulating Authorities for specialist training courses.
Maintaining instructional standards, exam analysis, student interviews and course debriefs.
Through liaison with the appropriate company departments, maintain an awareness of current procedures, changing trends and defects that are of relevance to your own trade specialisation.
Ensuring students are aware of their responsibilities  and those conditions within the work place that provides a safe and healthy work environment.
KNOWLEDGE
A sound background in aeronautical engineering with in depth knowledge of aircraft systems within trade specialisation and awareness of all other trade groups. An understanding of the management processes for all 1st and 2nd line maintenance activities.
An understanding of the commercial opportunities to further develop the Training & Development Centre as an income generator.
A good understanding of  BS EN ISO 9000, BS EN ISO 18000 and BS EN ISO 14000 management systems.
A good understanding of the responsibilities of being a Department Manager and the Administration procedures for guidance and action.
An excellent understanding of RAF engineering policy and organisation.
Desirable:
Overall knowledge of the Hawk aircraft preferably with in depth systems knowledge in own trade specialisation.
Knowledge in additional aeronautical trade groups or specialist areas e.g. Health & Safety, Environmental and Quality.
EXPERIENCE
At least 3 years experience working in the aeronautical engineering industry in a senior supervisory or junior management position.
At least two years experience working in an aeronautical training centre/school as an instructor with experience in the planning, design, developing and preparing presentations, course syllabus, training         notes and programmes.
An understanding of the administration tasks of a training centre/school producing policies, training programmes, technical and administration reports.
Desirable:
Experience working with military fast jet aircraft preferably the Hawk
A qualified NVQ Assessor / Internal Verifier in trade specialisation procedures, changing trends and defects that are of relevance to your own trade specialisation.
Ensuring students are aware of their responsibilities and those conditions within the work place that provides a safe and healthy work environment.
ATTITUDE:
Basic and continuation training of BDS personnel and personnel of external companies as directed by the TDM
Support and assist qualified instructors teaching specialised courses to the approved syllabus of training as directed by the TDM.
   
CONTRACT   
Permanent   
   
CONTACT   
Tony Harland, 01639-639200  
   
COMPANY
 
SPRINGER TECHNICAL SERVICES LTD  
   
POSTED   
03 May 2008    
 

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