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Apprenticeship Positions at Precision Air - (10 Posts)



JOB VACANCY
Precision Air Services Plc is a fast-growing private Tanzanian airline which operates in Partnership with Kenya Airways, with its strategy to expand wings beyond East Africa and Africa.
In order to keep our services at a higher level and meet our customers’ maximum satisfaction, we wish to invite applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill in these challenging positions.

1. POSITION: APPRENTICE PRODUCTION PLANNING & CONTROL ENGINEER (1 POST)
REPORTS TO: MANAGER TECHNICAL SERVICES
DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM.

ROLE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT
To undertake a structured On-Job-Training (OJT) Program to Originate, plan for, implement, analyze and refine short and long term maintenance activities to meet Company Business, Civil Aviation Authority and Third Party requirements in the assigned area.
Upon successful completion of the Program the candidate will gain the required skills and knowledge to support the operational requirements of an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) and Airline Operator(s).

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES/RESPONSBILITIES
 Complete a structured apprentice training program for one (1) year theoretical and OJT and acquire knowledge and skills on Aircraft Maintenance Production Planning and Control (PPC).
 Observing, learning and understanding Preparation and update of the aircraft Maintenance Programs for structures, systems and components to meet Civil Aviation Authority, Operational and Business requirements
 Participate in Preparation of short, medium and long terms maintenance requirement forecasts for Schedule/Network Planning and liaise with Maintenance Control Centre (MCC) / Operations Control Centre (OCC) for inputs on daily aircraft mayflies.
 Participate in the establishment of the Man-hours and Man-power required for the accomplishment of Scheduled Maintenance works and Gantt Charts for the Major checks.
 Participate in Planning for timely availability of required Tools and Materials for scheduled aircraft maintenance activities
 Participate in Planning and implementation of accomplishment of local modifications, service bulletins, airworthiness directives as called out by Engineering Development & Reliability for optimized cost whilst maintaining safety standards
 Participate in Preparation and submission to Maintenance the Work packages for accomplishing Scheduled Aircraft Maintenance works in consultation with system for timely, cost-effective work accomplishment to comply with Civil Aviation Authority and Manufacturer requirements
 Participate in Maintaining an effective Production Planning and Control system for major Hangar Maintenance activities with a reliable feedback system on work progress
 Monitor, control, evaluate and give feedback on work progress for aircraft and component maintenance for timely and cost effective accomplishment
 Prepare and maintain current aircraft maintenance records and modification status
 Coordinate with Line and Base Maintenance Duty Control Engineers regarding timely execution of Scheduled Maintenance checks and timely replacement of Time Expired Aircraft Components
 Ensure Aircraft hours are updated daily, routine and periodic checks are carried out on time and that all Hard Time Components are changed on time and properly documented.
 Ensuring Technical Records entries are appropriately entered and tallied.
 Maintaining a sound technical archive where all accomplished maintenance records are stored.
 Preparing the Certificate of Airworthiness Renewals by Civil Aviation Authority.
 Responsible for safety as referenced in the Safety Management Manual [SMM] Doc ref. PW/CM/002.
 Any other duty as assigned by supervisor

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:
 Maintenance Program approval by TCAA
 Quality audits (internal and external)
 Product cost
 Schedule integrity
 Timely delivery of check packages
 Company performance factor
 Production Man-hour efficiency

COMPETENCIES:
 Analytical and good decision making ability
 Assertive and a good communicator
 Tenacity
 Imaginative/creative
 Ethical and organized
 Sensitive to detail
 High integrity & honesty
 Firm but fair
 Influence-Team working, but minimum of formal meetings, committees
 Ownership-Responsible for individual decision making
 Growth-Committed to success
 Ability to work under high pressure with minimum supervision
 Conduct oneself in accordance with Company’s Core Values ‘PRECISE’
 Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE
 Graduate from a recognized University (Mechanical, Aeronautical / Aerospace, Electrical / Electronics or equivalent) with at least one (1) year working experience in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.
 Demonstrated ability during the course of attachments
 Knowledge of analytical software
 Detailed knowledge on the TCAA/EASA/FAA regulations and the Precision Air Engineering procedures
 Demonstrated competence in Engineering practices.
 In depth knowledge of aircraft systems
 Very Good Computer literacy


2. POSITION: APPRENTICE ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT & RELIABILITY ENGINEER (1 POST)
REPORTS TO: MANAGER TECHNICAL SERVICES
DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM.

ROLE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT
To undertake a structured On-Job-Training (OJT) Program for development definition of engineering standards within his/her discipline in the company and Third Party fleets with a view of optimizing airline and customer aircraft product cost whilst maintaining safety standards.
Upon successful completion of the Program the candidate will gain the required skills and knowledge to support the operational requirements of an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) and Airline Operator(s).

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES/RESPONSBILITIES
 Complete a structured apprentice training program for one (1) year theoretical and OJT and acquire knowledge and skills on Engineering Development and Reliability.
 Observing, learning and understanding a wide range of Defining technical standards for optimized aircraft product cost of ownership and safety
 To be able to demonstrate these skills and processes as the training period progresses by working independently or with a team, to undertake tasks as instructed and increasing overall contribution to the department.
 Work with Development and Reliability Engineer to perform statistical analysis and root cause analysis of failures of aircraft systems, components, power plants and structures to improve management of airworthiness and maintenance cost.
 Ensure regulatory authorities airworthiness directives (ADs); manufacturer’s service bulletins (SBs), service information letters (SILs) are accomplished at optimized cost whilst maintaining safety standards.
 Work with Development and Reliability Engineer to Prepare Quarterly reliability reports, periodical benchmarking reports and submit to the Senior Development and Reliability Engineer for system use
 Participate to Initiate preliminary investigations and formulate a recommendation of corrective and preventive actions for conditions that are above alert limits
 Participate in Continuous monitoring of corrective actions to determine their effectiveness
 Participate in Representing the airlines position on technical issues to respective original equipment manufacturers (OEM) with a view to improve reliability and cost effectiveness
 Participate in Developing ETOPS, MELs and Test Flight Schedules to ensure that they meet the local authority requirements.
 Participate in Creation of technical / economical substantiation for warranty or claim handling.
 Participate to Collate technical disruption data and determine Technical Dispatch Reliability for comparison of Precision Air Services Plc against industry standards
 Participate in Developing Aircraft interior Layout of Passenger Accommodations (LOPA) for different aircraft in Precision Air fleet. During VVIP operations, prepare the VVIP LOPA and have it approved by the Director General of the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA).
 Participation in aircraft, engines & components specifications activities
 Learn Liaison with manufacturers and vendors
 Assist with technical and operational know-how during aircraft test flights, aircraft phase-in and aircraft phase outs.
 Responsible for safety as referenced in the Safety Management Manual [SMM] Doc ref. PW/CM/002.
 Any other duty as assigned by the Supervisor

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:
 Timely complete assigned tasks
 Good troubleshooting skills
 Good house keeping
 Minimal materials and resource wastage
 Recovery / fabrication time
 Fabrication cost
 Legal compliance with all ADs, Regulatory & ICAO requirements and alert SBs affecting our fleet of aircraft.
 Feedback from peers and customers
 Quality audits
 Equipment/ component service life
 Workshop staff competency and productivity

COMPETENCIES:
 Analytical and good decision making ability
 Assertive and a good communicator
 Tenacity
 Imaginative/creative
 Ethical and organized
 Sensitive to detail
 High integrity & honesty
 Firm but fair
 Influence-Team working, but minimum of formal meetings, committees
 Ownership-Responsible for individual decision making
 Growth-Committed to success
 Ability to work under high pressure with minimum supervision
 Conduct oneself in accordance with Company’s Core Values ‘PRECISE’
 Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE
 Graduate from a recognized University (Mechanical, Aeronautical / Aerospace, Electrical / Electronics or equivalent) with at least one (1) year working experience in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.
 Demonstrated ability during the course of attachments
 Knowledge of analytical software
 Detailed knowledge on the TCAA/EASA/FAA regulations and the Precision Air Engineering procedures
 Demonstrated competence in Engineering practices.
 In depth knowledge of aircraft systems
 Very Good Computer literacy


3. POSITION: APPRENTICE QUALITY ASSURANCE INSPECTOR (1 POST)
REPORTS TO: MANAGER QUALITY ENGINEERING
DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM.

ROLE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT
The recruited candidate will undergo training to qualify and be assigned job functions in the Quality Assurance division. The Quality Control Apprentice is assigned a buddy trainer who will teach procedures and process in the Quality Assurance division. She/he will undertake a structured training program of class training and on-job-training in order to gain the required skills and knowledge to support the operational requirements of the Quality Assurance division of an approved maintenance organization, and airline operator.
Once the apprentice is certified / qualified, they will be responsible for compliance with quality systems, performing continuous surveillance to technical activities, processes and systems to ensure compliance with TCAA and Precision Air standards for safe and efficient maintenance of aircraft, components and equipment for optimum airline operations.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Apprentice Quality Assurance Inspector will be assigned to the Quality Assurance Inspector for learning and developing knowledge and skills on the following:-
 Complete a structured apprentice training program over four years theoretical and OJT and acquire TCAA licenses.  Learn various aircraft maintenance requirements, standards and procedures
 Observing, learning and understanding a wide range of engineering skills and processes while under the instruction of Quality Inspectors and skilled technical staff.  Work under the general guidance of a lead or senior level technician and perform maintenance and repair to aircraft, engines, propellers and components in accordance with approved procedures  Learn to determine the airworthiness of airframe and engine components  Learn to Inspect systems for proper operation and condition  Learn to perform random checks at the Hangar, Line Maintenance, Workshops and other sections of the AMO for adherence to the laid down procedures and standards.
 Lear to determine that inspections performed on airframe, engines and components are in accordance with Company Policies and procedures, maintenance manuals and approved technical data
 Learn to monitor workmanship and materials to verify that the Company standards and TCAA regulations are complied with.
 Learn to perform receiving inspections of incoming parts, components, equipment supplies and materials in accordance with the Company Maintenance Procedures Manual (MPM).
 Learn to determine the classification of repairs and alterations in relation to Major or Minor Repairs. Ensure appropriate forms are completed to document any major repair or alteration.
 Learn to monitor/audit aircraft inspection reports, log pages and records for accuracy and completeness of entries prior to being sent to the Aircraft Records Section.
 Learn to conduct daily audits of aircraft work packages including checks/inspections forms, log pages, routines and non-routines tasks, modification orders, etc. to ensure completion, correctness, use of appropriate references to approved data in all entries and forms.
 Monitors the safety and general good housekeeping of the workplace and all related areas.
 Learn to Interact with Technical Records Sections with regards to aircraft records compliance.
 Learn and participate in periodic audit of all Technical Divisions and outstations.
 Learn the use of appropriate tools, equipment, manuals, Techniques and methods for Inspection and maintenance of Aircraft.
 Learn to determine that maintenance work is performed in accordance with the standards and procedures of the Approved Maintenance Schedule.
 Learn to determine that Approved Maintenance Schedules comply with the applicable TCARs, TCAA requirements, and directives from Foreign Airworthiness Authorities if they are applicable to Precision Air Aircraft.
 Learn the issuance of Release Certificates (CRS) after Hangar checks and ensuring that all C of A documents are on board the Aircraft before final release to service.
 Learn to perform proper inspection coverage in areas where airworthiness may be affected such as fuel tanks, compliance with MODs, ADs or SBs, structural repairs, corrosion control, power plant installation, flight control surfaces installation, duplicate inspection, landing gear retraction checks and Engine ground runs.
 Learn and participate in auditing work being done on Aircraft during Hangar checks and ensuring that work is completed and paper work promptly signed and certified soon after each task has been completed.
 Learn to ensure all the maintenance manuals are updated.
 Learn to enforce company standards and Regulations requirements which relate to Airworthiness of Aircraft
 Learn to monitor and support continuous improvement activities by utilizing continuous improvement tools striving to identify and eliminate waste in all its forms in an effort to improve quality and safety, decrease lead time and reduce cost.
 Learning and understanding the importance of Health and safety within the workspace
 Learn to assess and rate suppliers
 Learn to design, review and update quality control policies
 Learn to produce reports
 To maintain a smart appearance and to act in a professional manner at all times
 To maintain a logbook over the duration of the apprenticeship period, recording tasks that have been undertaken and the skills learned.
 Responsible for safety as referenced in the Safety Management Manual [SMM] Doc ref. PW/CM/002.
 To perform any other duties appropriate to the grade and role of the post holder, as assigned.


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: (Measures of Success)
 Safety: measured by department compliance with Safety Policies and by the number of department accidents and injuries.
 Quality: measured as department compliance with quality management system requirements and accuracy of work.
 Productivity: measured by completion of projects and departmental throughput.
 Housekeeping: measured by periodic, management conducted, department audits and maintaining a tour ready appearance.
 Documentation: measured by accuracy of department logs and paperwork.
 Communication: measured by the timely communication of department events and activities to manager and as appropriate, to co-workers and direct reports.

COMPETENCIES:
 Sensitive to details
 Observant
 Proactive
 Ethical
 Independent minded
 Organized
 Precise and conservative
 Effective communicator  Ability to speak effectively before employees in the organization.
 Strong team player
 Safety conscious
 Knowledge seeking
 Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram forms
 Ability to work under time pressure to maintain flight schedules
 Ability to handle multiple tasks without compromising quality
 Ability to work in hostile environment
 Acts with customer expectations and requirements in mind
 The ability to demonstrate good work practices including time keeping, tidiness, responsibility, quality awareness and safety awareness
 Analytical
 Conduct oneself in accordance with Company’s Core Values ‘PRECISE’
 Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help

EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE:
 Diploma in either Mechanical, Aeronautical, Electrical, Electronics or Telecommunications.
 Engineering degree (mechanical, aeronautical, electrical/electronic or Telecommunications) and aircraft engineering background would be an added advantage.


4. POSITION: APPRENTICE AIRCRAFT SHEET METAL TECHNICIAN (1 POST)
REPORTS TO: WORKSHOPS MANAGER
DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM.

ROLE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT
To undertake a structured training program of class training and on-job-training for Aircraft Structures/sheet metal (Base/Line/workshop) work in order to gain the required skills and knowledge to support the operational requirements of an approved maintenance organization, and airline operator.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Apprentice Structure/Sheet metal Technician will be assigned to the Senior Sheet metal /Aircraft Structures Technician for learning and developing knowledge and skills on the following:-
 Maintain, modify and install the various components of aircraft sheet metal.
 Perform structural (sheet metal) repairs, modifications, restorations and alterations.
 Repair structures including sheet metal and composite structures.
 Repair, rework, install and fabricate the complex aircraft structural assemblies, both internal and external.
 Lay out plans, fabrication and installation models for modifications.
 Perform checks; carry out inspections and removal of components.
 Observing, learning and understanding a wide range of engineering skills and processes while under the instruction of skilled technical staff.
 Read and use design/engineering drawings, Technical Manuals and aircraft specifications
 Provide assistance to Aircraft Maintenance Technicians and Duty Control Engineers on various tasks.
 Remove and disassemble defective parts of the aircraft.
 Perform final checks on assembly and installation of parts that were replaced.
 Maintain and keep track of all the maintenance records.
 Stripping, chemical cleaning, repair, and covering of flat panels, bulkheads, and seat panels
 Carry out repair, replacement, overhaul and modification of aircraft components, tools and equipments for optimal turn-around time to ensure continuous availability of serviceable component.
 Comply with safety and housekeeping policies and use personal protective equipment (PPE)as required by Occupational Safety requirements
 Maintain work areas and tools in a clean and organized manner, practices proper tool and FOD control.
 Work with composites, metals and other materials using specified adhesives, sewing equipment, hardware, hand tools, and various power tools
 Work with lead and higher skilled technicians to develop and implement process improvement techniques that increase safety, reduce costs, cycle time, and man-hours
 Identify and request required parts
 Report incident / accident occurrences as per company procedures
 Coach internship students for increased proficiency.
 Maintain a logbook over the duration of the apprenticeship period, recording tasks that have been undertaken and the skills learned.
 Works in compliance with all Administrative, Health & Safety policies and procedures as per legislative requirements and as outlined in Company policies.
 Responsible for safety as referenced in the Safety Management Manual [SMM] Doc ref. PW/CM/002.
 To perform any other duties appropriate to the grade and role of the post holder, as assigned.

COMPETENCIES:
 Strong team player
 Proactive
 Ability to work under time pressure to maintain flight schedules
 Integrity, transparency and accountability
 Ability to handle multiple tasks without compromising quality
 Ability to work in hostile environment
 Safety conscious
 Good communicator
 Analytical
 Strong team player
 Safety conscious
 Knowledge seeking
 Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram forms
 Ability to work under time pressure to maintain flight schedules
 Ability to handle multiple tasks without compromising quality
 Ability to work in hostile environment
 Acts with customer expectations and requirements in mind
 The ability to demonstrate good work practices including time keeping, tidiness, responsibility, quality awareness and safety awareness
 Analytical
 Conduct oneself in accordance with Company’s Core Values ‘PRECISE’
 Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE:
 Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering or mechanical engineering or
 Vocational training certificate in Engineering from National Council for Technical Education or equivalent qualifications as per the minimum requirements of the relevant discipline, and an OJT in aircraft maintenance.


5. POSITION: APPRENTICE AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN (4 POST)
REPORTS TO: BASE MAINTENANCE MANAGER
DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM.

ROLE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT
To undertake a structured training program of class training and on-job-training for Base/Line/workshop work in order to gain the required skills and knowledge to support the operational requirements of an approved maintenance organization, and airline operator.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Apprentice Aircraft Maintenance Technician will be assigned to the Senior Aircraft Maintenance Technician for learning and developing knowledge and skills on the following: -
 Complete a structured apprentice training program over four years theoretical and OJT and acquire TCAA licenses.
 Observing, learning and understanding a wide range of engineering skills and processes while under the instruction of skilled technical staff.
 To be able to demonstrate these skills and processes as the training period progresses by working independently or with a team, to undertake tasks as instructed and increasing overall contribution to the department.
 Learn to read and interprets maintenance manuals, or other technical data to determine the feasibility and method to perform the assigned tasks.
 Learn to inspect aircraft structures and/or aircraft airframe systems and components (such as mechanical flight control, hydraulic and fuel systems) following defined inspection program and utilizing visual inspection techniques or inspection aids (such as precision measuring equipment) as required.
 Learn to replace or repair damaged or worn aircraft structural or dynamic (rotary) components utilizing general hand tools and pneumatic tools and structural repair equipment.
 Learn to perform removal, assembly and replacement of aircraft component or system parts as required.
 Learn to properly document all inspection findings and work performed/corrective action in the appropriate maintenance records to meet established standards.
 Learn to maintain work areas and tools in a clean and organized manner, practices proper tool and FOD control.
 Learning and understanding the importance of Health and safety within the workspace
 Work in accordance with established safety practices including proper use of personal protective equipment; maintain a neat and orderly work area
 Learn to perform work safely and utilizes the appropriate technical data for the assigned task.
 Learn to monitors and supports continuous improvement activities by utilizing Lean and continuous improvement tools striving to identify and eliminate waste in all its forms in an effort to improve quality and safety, decrease lead time and reduce cost.
 Assist mechanics with a variety of mechanical duties on various aircraft models involving diagnosis of malfunctions and required disassembly, rework, repair, replacement, reassembly or adjustment of various aircraft systems to prepare aircraft for flight and delivery to customer
 Maintain watch and meet aircraft on taxi ramp
 Tow, park, and secure aircraft at various ramp and hangar locations
 To maintain a logbook over the duration of the apprenticeship period, recording tasks that have been undertaken and the skills learned.
 To maintain and to ensure general good housekeeping of the workplace and all related areas.
 To maintain a smart appearance and to act in a professional manner at all times whether on or off work/duty.
 Responsible for safety as referenced in the Safety Management Manual [SMM] Doc ref. PW/CM/002.
 To perform any other duties appropriate to the grade and role of the post holder, as assigned.

COMPETENCIES:
 Sensitive to details
 Observant
 Proactive
 Ethical
 Independent minded
 Organized
 Precise and conservative
 Effective communicator  Ability to speak effectively before employees in the organization.
 Strong team player
 Safety conscious
 Knowledge seeking
 Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram forms
 Ability to work under time pressure to maintain flight schedules
 Ability to handle multiple tasks without compromising quality
 Ability to work in hostile environment
 Acts with customer expectations and requirements in mind
 The ability to demonstrate good work practices including time keeping, tidiness, responsibility, quality awareness and safety awareness
 Analytical
 Conduct oneself in accordance with Company’s Core Values ‘PRECISE’
 Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE:
 Diploma in either Mechanical, Aeronautical, Electrical, Electronics or Telecommunications.
 Engineering degree (mechanical, aeronautical, electrical/electronic or Telecommunications) would be an added advantage.


6. POSITION: APPRENTICE AIRCRAFT UPHOLSTERY TECHNICIAN (1 POST)
REPORTS TO: WORKSHOPS MANAGER
DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM.

ROLE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT
To undertake a structured training program of class training and on-job-training for Aircraft Upholstery (Base/Line/workshop) work in order to gain the required skills and knowledge to support the operational requirements of an approved maintenance organization, and airline operator.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Apprentice Aircraft Upholstery Technician will be assigned to the Senior Upholstery/Aircraft Interior Technician for learning and developing knowledge and skills on the following:-
 Layout and perform interior reconfigurations and repairs.
 Read and use design/engineering drawings and aircraft specifications
 Stripping, chemical cleaning, repair, and covering of flat panels, bulkheads, and seat panels
 Work with fabric, vinyl, leather hides, composites, metals and other materials using specified adhesives, sewing equipment, hardware, hand tools, and various power tools
 Cut and surge/over-edge carpets
 Layout and inspect leather hiders defects
 Trace and cut out seat patterns
 Installation of window panels, headliners, upper sidewalls, lower sidewalls, and baggage panels in aircraft
 May sew and upholster covers using designs, engineering drawings, and aircraft specifications
 Work with lead and higher skilled technicians to develop and implement process improvement techniques that increase safety, reduce costs, cycle time, and man-hours
 Ensure protection of aircraft interiors in and outside the aircraft
 Identify and request required parts
 Comply with safety and housekeeping policies and use personal protective equipment (PPE)as required by Occupational Safety requirements
 Maintain work areas and tools in a clean and organized manner, practices proper tool and FOD control.
 Work with composites, metals and other materials using specified adhesives, sewing equipment, hardware, hand tools, and various power tools
 Work with lead and higher skilled technicians to develop and implement process improvement techniques
 Report incident / accident occurrences as per company procedures
 Coach internship students for increased proficiency.
 Maintain a logbook over the duration of the apprenticeship period, recording tasks that have been undertaken and the skills learned.
 Works in compliance with all Administrative, Health & Safety policies and procedures as per legislative requirements and as outlined in Company policies.
 Responsible for safety as referenced in the Safety Management Manual [SMM] Doc ref. PW/CM/002.
 To perform any other duties appropriate to the grade and role of the post holder, as assigned.


COMPETENCIES:
 Strong team player
 Proactive
 Ability to work under time pressure to maintain flight schedules
 Integrity, transparency and accountability
 Ability to handle multiple tasks without compromising quality
 Ability to work in hostile environment
 Safety conscious
 Good communicator
 Analytical
 Strong team player
 Safety conscious
 Knowledge seeking
 Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram forms
 Ability to work under time pressure to maintain flight schedules
 Ability to handle multiple tasks without compromising quality
 Ability to work in hostile environment
 Acts with customer expectations and requirements in mind
 The ability to demonstrate good work practices including time keeping, tidiness, responsibility, quality awareness and safety awareness
 Analytical
 Conduct oneself in accordance with Company’s Core Values ‘PRECISE’
 Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE:
 Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering or mechanical engineering
 Vocational training certificate in Engineering from National Council for Technical Education or equivalent qualifications as per the minimum requirements of the relevant discipline, and an OJT in aircraft maintenance.


7. POSITION: APPRENTICE TECHNICAL LIBRARIAN (1 POST)
REPORTS TO: MANAGER TECHNICAL SERVICES
DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM.


ROLE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT
To undertake a structured On-Job-Training (OJT) Program to carry out coordination and provision of all Technical Publications required by maintenance personnel and other users in accordance with TCAA regulations and company procedures so as to ensure updated technical publications / documents are available when required.
Upon successful completion of the Program the candidate will gain the required skills and knowledge to support the operational requirements of an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) and Airline Operator(s).

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES/RESPONSBILITIES
 Complete a structured apprentice training program for one (1) year theoretical and OJT and acquire knowledge and skills on Ensuring that the company Technical or Corporate Manuals are kept up to date and circulating manuals as well as other publications to user sections.
 Observing, learning and understanding process of Initiating purchase orders for the required Technical Manuals for use in Maintenance & Engineering.
 To be able to demonstrate these skills and processes as the training period progresses by working independently or with a team, to undertake tasks as instructed and increasing overall contribution to the department.
 Work with Technical Librarian Obtaining amendments and distributing them to the manual holders/users and ensuring that proper cataloguing of manuals and lists of manual holders are maintained.
 Ensuring that renewal fees/charges for technical manuals are correct and paid for when due.
 Recording incoming Airworthiness Directives, Service Bulletins and other Technical documents and coordinating their circulation.
 Administering publications lending services to members of staff and communicating with the manufacturers and internal users of technical manuals.
 Responsible for safety as referenced in the Safety Management Manual [SMM] Doc ref. PW/CM/002.
 Any other duty as assigned by the Supervisor


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:
 Access to Materials and Resources
 Development, selection, acquisition, maintenance and overall management of library resources
 Information services to enable library users to identify, locate and effectively use appropriate Materials and Services
 On time update of Technical Publications / Materials
 Feedback from peers.


COMPETENCIES:
 Strong team player
 Proactive
 Integrity, transparency and accountability
 Safety conscious
 Analytical
 Sensitive to details
 Ethical
 Precise data collection
 Good communicator
 Organized
 Ability to work under high pressure with minimum supervision
 The ability to demonstrate good work practices including time keeping, tidiness, responsibility, quality awareness and safety awareness
 Conduct oneself in accordance with Company’s Core Values ‘PRECISE’
 Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE
 Ordinary National Diploma in Records Management or Librarianship from recognized Institution of Higher learning and at least one year (1) proven experience in Records Management or Library.
OR
Diploma in the relevant Engineering discipline and at least one year (1) proven experience in Technical Records or Technical Library
 Knowledgeable on TCAA regulations
 Very good computer skills



Closing Date:
Not later than 21st November 2019


Mode of Application:
If you feel you meet the above requirements, please send your application and CV to the address below. Only short‐listed applicants will be contacted.
Head of Human Resources and Administration
Precision Air Services Plc
Mail Box 70770
Dar es Salaam
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Precision Air launches Apprenticeship Programme



Precision Air Services PLC has launched an apprenticeship programme for young aircraft technicians as part of efforts to combat scarcity of licenced aircraft engineers in the Tanzanian market. 

The airline says the programme is also aimed at developing needed skills for its technical unit through field attachment, volunteering and apprenticeship. 

In the first intake of the programme, the company has recruited 22 candidates who will undergo on the job training at the engineering and maintenance department.

Precision Air managing director Sauda Rajab said finding needed skills in the aviation industry in Tanzania is one of the biggest challenges, which the firm, as one of the industry players, cannot sit back and complain.

“That is the reason we had to come up with the programme to help find solutions for the benefit of the industry. We are proud of our contribution in developing needed skills in the aviation industry in Tanzania. Our aim is to develop as many licenced engineers as possible to meet our skills demands and for the industry as well,” she said. 

She pointed out that it takes about eight years to develop a fully trained, licenced engineer. 

“I expect other players will take similar initiatives instead of relying on expatriates alone…That way, we can strengthen the industry and help create employment for the youth.” 

In 2017, the airline signed a skills development agreement with the National Institute of Transport to host students who pursue different courses at the institute for practical training, with the possibility of permanent employment based on their performance during the internship and apprenticeship programmes. 

So far Precision Air has trained a total of 33 interns since the inception of the programme.

TCAA CALL FOR WRITTEN INTERVIEW- PILOT TRAINING


The Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) wishes to inform the applicants for Pilot Training Sponsorship that shortlisted candidates are required to appear for a written interview to be conducted on 15 May 2018 at Civil Aviation Training Centre located at Julius Nyerere International Airport Terminal I from 9.00 am.
Shortlisted candidates are required to bring with them recognized identification cards bearing their photos. All applicants have to bear their own costs for travel and living during the interview.
Names of shortlisted candidates are listed below:
S/NO
CANDIDATES NAME
GENDER
ADDRESS
1
AHMED HUSSEIN
M
TEL 07632274492
2
ALEXANDER WASONGA
M
BOX 7257 DSM. TEL: 0683 005 141
3
ALFRED NKWABI CHAGU
M
BOX 1351 MWANZA
4
ALLEN PONSIAN BAYONA
M
BOX 68068, DSM
5
ANDERSON BONIFACE NGOWI
M
BOX 8163,MOSHI
6
ANITA ROBERT MABAGALA
F
BOX 6569, DSM
7
ANNA R. MNGULWI
F
BOX 22583 DSM.
8
ANZAAMEN A. NANYARO
M
BOX 10531 DSM. TEL: 0686 082 892
9
BAKARI RASHIDI JASTINI
M
BOX 106 KOROGWE
10
BAKARI S. ULIZA
M
BOX 3151 MOROGORO. TEL: 0716 872068
11
BARAKA MUSSA
M
BOX 476 KIGOMA
12
BENARD A. MABAGALA
M
BOX 3183 MOROGORO. TEL:0767 632 767
13
BENEDICT O. MAKOTI
M
 TEL: 0625 741 986
14
BENJAMIN E. KOMBA
M
BOX 938 DSM TEL: 0758 083 816
15
BETHLEHEM MGOYA OMARCH
M
BOX 95774, DSM
16
BRYCE ANDREW KIDAYI
M
BOX 10809,MWANZA

17
CAREN ADOLF MSEYA
F
BOX 150, MAFINGA IRINGA. TEL +255 (0) 657718 715/764760656.EMAIL nerack003@hotmail.com
18
CHRISTIAN G. MGAYA
M
BOX 595, DODOMA
19
CYNTHIA KYUNGAI
F
BOX 70637 DSM
20
DANIEL GIBSON MWAGENI
M
BOX 10, MBEYA
21
DANIEL M. KWAYU
M
BOX 17 HIMO. TEL: 0745 290 690
22
DAVID L. SAM
M
 TEL: 0759 076 775
23
DEBORA Z. ISAYA
F
BOX 3142 DSM. TEL: 0718 690 362
24
DESMOND WILLIAM
M
BOX 13703 ARUSHA
25
DIANA NAMALA DESPICIUS
F
BOX 11819, DSM
26
DORINA R. MATHAYO
F
BOX 35074 DSM. TEL: 0657 508 350
27
EBENEZER D. MAKUNDI
M
BOX 774 MARANGU. TEL: 0769 747798
   28
EPHRAIM N. KOMBE
M
BOX 70266 DSM. TEL: 0787 903 066
29
FAUSTINE LUHENDE
M
BOX 15 MWANZA.
30
FRANK MANUMA
M
BOX 134 SUMBAWANGA.
31
GILBERT A. MBOMA
M
BOX 79480 DSM
32
GLORIA JOSEPH JOEL
F
BOX 2233 DSM
33
GODIUS ISRAEL
M
BOX 705 KILIMANJARO
34
HALIMA R. SEVINGI
F
BOX 35510, DSM
35
HUSANA ABDULKADIR KABAJU
F
BOX 538 GEITA
36
IAN E. MUSHI
M
BOX 1916 DSM. TEL: 0714 435648
37
IDDI JAMAL MSHANA
M
BOX 1352, MOSHI
38
JAFARI SELEMANI NDUMBOGANI
M
BOX 35091 DSM. TEL: 065314302, 0766434407
39
JESCA E. MWENDE
F
BOX 12088, ARUSHA
40
JOHNSON AUGUSTINE
M
BOX 41821 DSM. TEL: 0719 547 703
41
JOSEPH B. ANDREW
M
BOX 45912 DSM. TEL: 0659 091 985
42
JOSEPHAT BIHEMO
M
BOX 46343 DSM. TEL: 0653 210 880
43
JULIA J. MLIGO
F
TEL: 0784 075 032
44
JULIUS F. MBUTA
M
BOX 79, KONGWA
45
JUMA A. KANDORO
M
TEL: 0712 408 448
46
KABAIRUKA ASIMWE SOPHIA
F
TEL 0684 272899/0719 113332
47
KIJA NSULWA
M
BOX 35091 DSM. TEL: 0718 329430

48
KWANDU KIPILYANGO
F
BOX 6162 DSM. TEL: 0787 344 298
49
LODAMUNI SAMBAI
M
BOX 8084,ARUSHA
50
LUHENDE MAKANYAGA
M
BOX 55068, DSM
51
MATHIAS BEKA
M
BOX 1054,DSM
52
MAX JAMES
M
BOX 65029,DSM
53
MAXIMILIAN PHILBERT
M
BOX 14821 DSM
54
MIRAJI ISSA
M
BOX 75455 DSM. TEL: 0788 221 859
55
MULLAH YAHAYA MKINDI
M
BOX 47, MOROGORO
56
MUSA M. SAMWEL
M
TEL: 0683 227 386
57
NEEMA FREDRICK
F
TEL 0759 663187
58
NEEMA KIJAZI
F
BOX 14806 DSM. TEL: 0652 800072
59
NICHOLAUS V. LYAKURWA
M
BOX 9600 DSM. TEL: 0656 411 422
60
NOEL O. SANGA
M
BOX 4865 DSM. TEL: 0743 397969
61
PAUL NICHOLUS
M
BOX 89 KAGERA
62
RASHOCK R. NGAILO
M
BOX 2111 IRINGA. TEL: 0762 077 282
63
RICHARD D. MWAKILAMBO
M
BOX 35131 DSM. TEL: 0758 003389
64
RICHARD L. SEIYA
M
BOX 8679 MOSHI. TEL: 0788 111 410
65
SAMWEL A . MLAWA
M
BOX 75290, DSM
66
SARAH JEFFU LENJIMA
F
BOX 75175,DSM
67
SIFA PHILLIPO
F
BOX 53741 DSM. TEL: 0712 404015
68
SOPHIA MANGAPI
F
BOX 2070 DSM.
79
SWEETBERT NTINABO
M
BOX187, KAGERA
70
TECLA CHARLES NDENGE
F
BOX 70364, DSM
71
VICTOR H. ERASTO
M
BOX 254 ARUSHA.
72
WADH -HAT- M. HAMID
F
BOX 40835, DSM
73
ZULKIFU K. MOHAMED
M
BOX 12725 DSM. TEL: 0714 861 868

           
            Issued by Training Fund Committee

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