The Technical Records Supervisor is responsible for the unsupervised processing of aircraft data into the aircraft maintenance computer system. This includes maintaining Engine/APU and Landing Gear logbooks.
The role reports directly the Fleet Manager and is responsible for the day to day supervision of the Technical Records team.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
- Organisation of individual and team workload to meet daily operational needs
- Training of Technical Records Officers
- Scanning, filing, archiving and registering of aircraft records
- Audit, entry and processing of aircraft data in aircraft maintenance computer system, including (but not limited to):
- Physical auditing of completeness of appropriate logs and tasks
- Entry and Auditing of the Flight Technical Log data and processing of same
- Processing of Data Change Requests
- Processing of Engine changes.
- Engine Assembly builds.
- Thrust rating conversions
- Investigation, and resolution of complex issues and queries sent to Technical Records
- Regular liaison with internal stakeholders on Technical Records matters.
- Perform other duties as directed by the Fleet Manager.
Skills and Experience
- Previous experience within the aviation industry within a similar role
- Understanding of various aviation manuals
- Experience using an ERP system
- Demonstrated computer skills including Microsoft Office Outlook, Excel and Word.
- Positive and proactive approach to work
- Excellent communication and organisational skills.
- Ability to work well under pressure
- Ability to prioritise workload and manage time
- Completion of SACE
- Experience using RAMCO or TRAX
Cobham Aviation Services is the largest provider of contract aviation services in Australia. Our portfolio of services includes aerial border surveillance and search-and-rescue operations spanning the country’s exclusive economic zone and search-and-rescue region under contract with the Australian Government and closed charter (fly-in, fly-out) passenger and freight services to remote sites in support of mining, oil and gas projects and outsourced freight services for Qantas.
All applicants must be eligible to live and work in Australia and be capable of obtaining security clearances, if required.