Senior Technical Officer (flight Operations), Adelaide, Boeing

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178220454
80 AU$
Senior Technical Officer (flight Operations), Adelaide, Boeing
Australia, South Australia, Adelaide,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior technical officer (flight operations)
Min. Salary: 60.000
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Senior Technical Officer (Flight Operations)

Senior Technical Officer (Flight Operations)
Attractive remuneration and annual bonus, salary packaging options available
Part-time or full-time permanent position available
Hybrid work from home and office environment, position can be located in Adelaide, Williamtown or Brisbane
About the company

Boeing Defence Australia is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most important programs for the Australian Defence Force. Our team consists of engineers who develop modifications, repairs and continuing airworthiness services to support the fleet of Boeing-managed aircraft in the ADF.

About the role

As a Senior Technical Officer working in our Flight Operations team you will be working to communicate technical information using the aircraft's Maintenance and Operations Manuals.

You will be responsible for developing, reviewing and approving technical documentation for our Commercial Derivative Aircraft programs in Australia and New Zealand. You will be reporting to a program engineer and working collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team of engineers and technical officers. You will work with our customer to develop and deliver critical capabilities to support their missions.

This role is based in Adelaide, CBD.

In this role you will:
Understand aircraft operations and procedures
Translate US Navy derived data into useable material that allows for operation of complex aviation (aircrew) systems.
Formulate recommendations by translating complex data into useable manuals that allows for successful maintenance and operation of defense aircraft.
Review technical publications to assess compatibility and compliance with New Zealand aviation regulations, providing assessments of deficiencies, risks and changes as required.
Collaborate across different programs to drive technical excellence.
Successful candidates will possess the following attributes:
Team orientated, influential and likes a challenge.
An excellent communicator who can engage with diverse and geographically dispersed teams.
Outcome focused and demonstrates strong values-based work ethic.
A high standard of communication skills that facilitate interaction between key stakeholders.
Ability to review technical information for inclusion in operational procedures.
Experience with aircrew systems and technical publications.
Experience working in a regulated engineering environment.
Flexible work arrangements including working from home, compressed work weeks and part time.
Formal reward and recognition program
Access discounts for health insurance, travel and accommodation
Paid study leave, parental leave, Defence leave and First Nation's Cultural Leave
Salary packaging options available
Join social and community groups and explore opportunities to engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs and initiatives focusing on STEM engagements.
If you are ready to join an innovative industry leader, click Apply Now.

Note: Boeing Australiahas a COVID-19 Vaccination Policythat requires all new employees to show proof of being fully vaccinated from COVID-19, or have an approved medical exemption.

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