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At Loganair, we strive to be inclusive and welcoming to applicants for every role across our company. We recognise and value diverse talents, allowing our people to grow and develop in a fair working environment.

Loganair is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marital status, disability, gender identity, military veteran status and all characteristics, attributes or choices as protected by law. All recruitment and hiring decisions are based on applicants' skills and experience.

There has never been a better time to join Loganair - the UK's largest regional airline.

We're looking for talented professionals to join our team in all areas of the business and at various locations across the UK. Browse our latest vacancies today!

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  • Loganair offers unique flying opportunities throughout a diverse route network across the UK, Norway, Denmark and Ireland. We operate out of attractive UK bases with our fleet of Embraer 145, ATR 42/72, Twin Otter and Islander aircraft.

    The assessment will consist of an interview, a group exercise and finally followed by a simulator check.

  • New for 2024, Loganair is proud to be offering an Enhanced Multicrew Co-operation course to an Airline Pilot Standard with CRM Aviation Europe, which is the only Loganair Approved and Partnered ATO that offers such a course.

    You can find out more here.

  • The personal approach, warmth and care given to our customers by our Cabin Crew set our airline apart from the rest. Are you passionate about making people smile, travelling, and keeping things safe?

    If so, you could be the person we are looking for across our wide range of bases throughout the UK.

    Applications for Cabin Crew positions are currently closed.

  • We always consider applications from licensed engineers, preferably with DHC6, ERJ145, ATR42/72 and BN2 experience.

    We are looking for those passionate about fixing things and solving problems. If this sounds like you and you are a licensed engineer, we would be delighted to hear from you.

  • The Loganair Modern Apprentice programme on Aircraft Maintenance (SCQF Level 6) is a structured programme which allows apprentices to receive a salary while studying and undertaking on-the-job training.

    On completion, each apprentice obtains a UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Part 66 aircraft maintenance licence.

    Loganair engineers provide quality maintenance services to support the airline’s fleet, which sees 42 aircraft operating across 70 routes.

    This means trainees develop experience with smaller planes, including a DHC6 Twin Otter and BN2 Islander, and mid-size and larger aircraft, including ATR 42s and 72s and Embraer 145s.

    Applications for our 2023 intake are now closed.

  • We have a wide variety of roles at our Glasgow HQ. Roles are recruited for the following departments:

    • Safety and Audit
    • Commercial (including Revenue Management, Marketing, Scheduling, and Business Analytics).
    • IT
    • Finance
    • Customer relations
    • Records and technical support
    • Crewing
    • Flight operations
    • Operations

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  • Loganair are seeking Direct Entry Captains for various bases across the network. Successful candidates will fly the tartan tail on our Embraer 145 or ATR 42/72.

    We welcome applications from all UK licence holders, although type-rated candidates will be prioritised for assessment.

    The assessment will consist of an interview, followed by a simulator check on various days throughout March and April.

     

    Minimum Requirements to Apply

    • 1000 hours in command of a multi-pilot aircraft with MTOW of more than 10 tonnes or more than 19 approved passengers.

     

    To apply for this opportunity, please send your CV with a short cover letter to pilotrecruitment@loganair.co.uk, with “DEC Jan24 – *Full Name*” in the subject.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

  • We are looking for Ramp Agents to join the team at Sumburgh Airport. There are full-time and part-time positions available. Part-time positions will consist of 30 hours per week.

    The successful candidate will play a crucial role in ensuring efficient and safe ground handling operations. A Ramp Agent should prioritise safety above all else. Be vigilant, proactive, and committed to following safety procedures and protocols. Foster a safety culture by actively reporting and addressing any safety concerns.

     

    If you are interested and are committed to safety and delivering a high-quality service, please send your CV to brydonrobertson@loganair.co.uk and brianleslie@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    Key Responsibilities 

    The main activities that a Ramp Agent will carry out include the following. As would be expected, the below is not exhaustive, and reasonable responsibilities not listed below will be carried out, with training and support provided where required. 

    • Load and unload baggage, cargo, and mail in a safe and secure manner
    • Ensure accurate routing and sorting of baggage to respective aircraft
    • Guide the aircraft during arrival and departure using hand signals and communication devices
    • Direct aircraft to designated parking stands using safe marshalling techniques
    • Assist in the loading and unloading of passenger baggage, cargo, and equipment
    • Safely operate ground support equipment (GSE) such as tugs, loaders, and conveyor belts
    • Maintain the cleanliness and safety of the ramp area, including removing debris and foreign objects
    • Conduct routine checks on GSE to ensure operational readiness and report any defects or damages
    • Provide courteous and helpful assistance to passengers with special needs or inquiries
    • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanour while interacting with passengers

     

    Skills and Attributes 

    • Demonstrate professionalism, empathy, and effective communication skills when interacting with passengers and crew members. 
    • Current knowledge of the latest aviation regulations, company procedures, and industry best practices. 
    • Excellent understanding of aviation regulations, safety protocols, and emergency procedures. 
    • Strong communication and teamwork skills. 
    • Ability to remain calm under pressure and make sound decisions in a dynamic environment. 
    • Strong situational awareness to assess and understand weather conditions and any potential risks or challenges. 
    • Knowledge of ramp operations and ground handling procedures is an advantage. 
    • Experience 
    • Basic computer skills for using electronic devices and systems. 
    • Good verbal and written communication skills. 
    • Knowledge of ramp operations and ground handling procedures is an advantage 
    • Experience working in a safety-critical environment 

     

    The role is varied, involving indoor and outdoor work, in all weathers.

  • We have an opportunity for a B1 / B2 Engineer to join the engineering maintenance team at Glasgow & Aberdeen Airport.

    This is a full-time, permanent post.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    We have an opportunity for B1 or B2 Licensed Aircraft Engineers to join the engineering maintenance teams at one of our bases at Glasgow Airport. In terms of aircraft maintenance, we support:

     

    • Embraer 145
    • ATR 42/72
    • Twin Otters
    • BN2 Islanders

     

    If you have one or more of the above-noted aircraft types on your UK Part 66 license, that would be welcome. However, if you do not, that is not prohibitive as Part 147 approved type training will be provided for applicants who possess the basic license qualifications and experience.

    Attractive packages are on offer for the roles, with a starting salary of £67,500 - £73,200 depending on experience. The above salaries are subject to a 6% increase in September 2024. In addition, other benefits include worldwide discounted staff travel and life assurance.
  • We are currently recruiting for Aircraft Mechanics to join the Engineering Maintenance Teams based at Aberdeen Airport. The purpose of this role is to carry out all aspects of aircraft maintenance as instructed while maintaining the highest levels of safety.

    If you are interested in applying, or you know any external candidates who would be suitable, please send a cover letter and CV to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    Attractive packages are on offer for the roles, with a starting salary of £39,500 - £42,000 depending on experience. In addition, other benefits include worldwide discounted staff travel and life assurance.

    Responsibilities
    The main activities that will be carried out are defined below. As would be expected the listing is not exhaustive and reasonable responsibilities not defined below will be carried out, with training and support provided where required.
    • Assist the Licensed Engineers and other Mechanics in delivering the maintenance workload effectively and economically.
    • Ensure maintenance activity is carried out safely, correctly documented, in compliance with established procedures and in observance of the company Health and Safety policy document.
    • Effectively communicate with all members of the Engineering Maintenance team, Flight Crew, and other internal departments.
    • Ensure the Licensed Engineers are fully briefed regarding any defects discovered during aircraft maintenance.
    • Maintain cleanliness and order within the facility.
    • Communicate with fleet technical service engineers in matters of reliability, defect analysis and defect investigation using appropriate channels.
    • To communicate with the Station/Check Manager, Maintenance Supervisor or Licensed Engineers on all matters regarding the efficient operation of the maintenance tasks including matters of Health and Safety and highlighting any shortfalls and improvements.
    • Participate in Continuous Improvements activities within engineering and the organisation.

     

    Skills and Knowledge

    • Awareness of H&S Legislation and Company Employment procedures.
    • Ability to prioritise, organise and complete work in a changing environment to ensure deadlines are met.
    • Ability to analyse problems, identify solutions and communicate these to others.
    • Ability to clearly communicate in a structured sequence to convey a message at an individual and group level.
    • Proficient use of OASES Engineering Computer System.

     

    Requirements

    • Formal Aviation Mechanical Qualification
    • Strong safety awareness
    • Commercially aware
    • Technically competent mechanic
    • Proactive problem solver
    • Confident communicator
    • Team player
    • Flexible Previous experience in a similar role (desirable)
  • Applications for the position of Line Maintenance Controller are now welcomed. Working within the Line Maintenance Control Department is fast-paced, dynamic, and high-pressure.

     

    Please submit your CV and a cover letter to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    The primary purpose of this position is to provide technical support to Loganair’s operation by coordinating and prioritising maintenance work, delegating work instructions to various stations, progressing the engineering rectification of defects, and supporting repetitive defect investigations, ensuring continued airworthiness whilst improving safety, aircraft availability and reliability.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Liaise with and provide technical advice to the Operations Control Centre, Engineers and Flight Crews.
    • Support and manage information regarding AOG recovery plans
    • Liaise with CAMO postholders, ensuring they have clear, up-to-date information and the necessary understanding of the cause of production delays or AOG situations.
    • Manage and oversee the Line Maintenance plan to ensure Operations have clear visibility of Plan maintenance inputs and line Service Checks.
    • Provide technical support to Line Engineers performing troubleshooting of defects and repetitive defects.
    • Ensure the correct manuals and company procedures carry out all work.
    • Optimise fleet availability by effectively managing scheduled and unscheduled line maintenance activity.
    • Optimise fleet reliability by effectively managing MEL Deferred Defects and proactively tracking and managing fleet Repetitive Defects.
    • Control the Repetitive Defect database.
    • Liaise with aircraft lessors and OEMs.
    • Utilise experience to guide and support other department members as required.

     

    Requirements

    • Hold an EASA/UK CAA Part 66 Cat B1/B2 License and experience in a similar role within an airline.
    • Previous supervisory experience would be advantageous.
    • Acceptable level of computer skills.
    • A thorough, detailed and analytical approach to work.
    • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well in a team environment or on your own initiative.
    • Flexibility with an ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands whilst working under pressure and the ability to manage multiple issues.
    • Ability to make decisions outside the scope of available technical documentation and, when appropriate, challenge OEM recommendations, internal processes, and procedures.
    • Knowledge of Aviation Maintenance Software would be advantageous.
  • We are seeking an experienced Parts Sales Coordinator to join the Engineering Purchasing Team based in Glasgow.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter supporting your application via email to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    The ideal candidate should possess recent experience in B2B sales, demonstrating a proactive and self-motivated approach to generating new business opportunities. They should be self-managed and exhibit excellent communication skills.

    This is a permanent role reporting to the Head of Purchasing and Logistics. Working closely with the Supply Chain and Logistics Manager, the Part Sales Coordinator will assume full responsibility for identifying surplus stock and efficiently managing the advertising and closing of all sales transactions.

     

    Key Responsibilities

    • Respond to incoming email and phone inquiries promptly
    • Accurately and rapidly calculate costs, providing customers with quotations
    • Record sales in the Oases database and generate invoice requests for the finance department
    • Coordinate the shipment of spare parts through the store goods out department, following customer instructions
    • Monitor shipment progress and proactively update customers regarding any delays
    • Negotiate agreement terms and successfully close sales transactions
    • Listen to customer requirements and present appropriate solutions to facilitate sales
    • Maintain and develop relationships with existing customers through telephone calls and emails
    • Gather market and customer information to stay informed about trends and opportunities
    • Ensure all part sales comply with mandatory regulations and exporting laws
    • Ensure timely return of cores related to exchange transactions from parts sales
    • Handle warranty requests and make informed decisions on the best course of action
    • Generate ad-hoc and periodic reports on surplus stock and parts sold
    • Work, use, and communicate by agreed guidelines, processes, and systems both internally and externally

     

    Skills and Attributes

    • Preferably experience in aviation part sales with a good understanding of airworthiness certificates accompanying spare parts
    • Knowledgeable in customs trading procedures, export licenses, and the UK Tariff (preferable)
    • Ability to understand the market, including parts availability, resources, delivery terms, and prices, for the benefit of the company
    • Familiarity with supply chain and planning, resource allocation, quality control, and cost optimisation techniques for maximising part sales
    • Strategic and innovative thinker with the ability to drive initiatives
    • Evidence of rapid progression or personal achievements in previous sales roles
    • Ability to quantify the financial impact of sales with a focus on cost reduction
    • Strong sales skills and the desire to sell
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Positive, confident, and determined approach
    • Resilience and ability to cope with rejection
    • High degree of self-motivation and ambition
    • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
    • Capability to thrive in a competitive environment
    • Good numeracy skills
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Packages is necessary, and prior experience with OASES (or similar software) would be beneficial
  • A vacancy exists within the Engineering Airworthiness Support team. This role requires an enthusiastic individual, working as part of a small team, with an excellent eye for detail, able to work to defined high standards & keep the virtual aircraft records up to date.

     

    If you, or someone you know, is interested in applying, please send your CV and cover letter to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    Overview of the Role

    This position involves reviewing & taking action on any received flown sector or maintenance paperwork received from across the Loganair network. This paperwork arrives in the form of Technical Log Sheets, Work Orders, & Base Maintenance Work Packages. Using the Engineering OASES system, you will ensure that any components are changed, any maintenance activities are accomplished, and any defects are coded & recorded. This will ensure that the OASES system is maintained to an up-to-date status for both maintenance due status & known open acceptable defects.

     

    Responsibilities

    The Airworthiness Support team coordinates the printing & paperwork support of all the Base Maintenance work packages to a prescribed company standard. It will further support the base checks by ensuring that the Aircraft Tech Logs are serviced during each of the aircraft’s routine base inputs.

    The Airworthiness Support team are responsible for the storage of each aircraft’s historical maintenance records within our off-site storage facility. They will also be required to retain key certification documents locally to evidence ongoing compliance.

     

    Requirements

    The successful candidate should have excellent working knowledge of the OASES system (Or something similar) and experience with Microsoft packages, but full ‘on the job’ training will be provided. They should also be able to demonstrate the ability to identify areas needing attention, prioritise daily tasks and work speedily towards a solution, with minimum supervision.

  • We are currently looking to recruit a PreOps Planner to join the PreOps Planning team based at our Glasgow Airport Head Office.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter supporting your application by email to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 24 May 2024.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Be responsible for the roster from publication to 3 days prior to operation, then handing it over to Crewing, ensuring all duties are covered & and necessary transport or accommodation is in place
    • Have oversight of new crew inductee training, assisting in re-planning if necessary in conjunction with the Training Planning Co-ordinator
    • Be responsible for the flypro up to 3 days prior to operation, then handing it over to OCC, ensuring all flights are covered
    • Respond to charter enquiries in a timely manner by assessing resource requirements vs availability whilst ensuring duties are compliant in line with UK CAA regulations
    • Perform tasks related to charter work and charter enquires whilst adhering to regulatory requirements (e.g., submission of GAR forms, uploading PNLs, flight creation in our reservation system, liaising with the crew, etc.)
    • Touring of aircraft in line with maintenance requirements, reducing the need for ferry flights
    • General PreOps admin, i.e., Workplace instructions
    • Other duties as directed by the Operations Planning Manager

     

    Qualifications & Experience

    • Relevant previous experience in a similar role, although not essential, would be an advantage
    • Educational qualifications that demonstrate proficiency in English Language and numerical skills
    • The ability to act proactively and with limited direct supervision while at the same time recognising when matters need to be referred to more senior managers
    • The written and oral communication skills necessary to initiate and respond to correspondence and to deal with other forms of communication
    • The ability to work accurately with detailed information and to ensure that practical tasks are effectively implemented
    • E-literate and competent in developing, administering and using PC and associated networks and systems to acquire, manipulate and disseminate information. Proficiency with MS Office 365 (Predominantly Excel & Word)

     

    Please note - this role involves shift work. Details of shifts will be discussed at the interview stage. 

  • Loganair, the UK’s leading Regional Airline, is seeking a truly exceptional individual to join the team as the Head of Quality and Compliance. The individual should be a subject matter expert who can lead a small, dedicated team of quality professionals. The position is vital within Loganair; responsible for overseeing and ensuring adherence to quality standards, regulatory compliance, best practices and IOSA focal.

     

    If you, or someone you know, is interested in applying, please send your CV and cover letter to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 17 May 2024.

     

    Overview

    This position is appointed to oversee the implementation of the activities and processes associated with the Operational Quality and Compliance Monitoring (OQCM) programme.  Specifically, this appointment must be independent, hold the appropriate qualifications and be subject to the approval from the CAA for the position of Nominated Person “Quality and Compliance Manager”.  The role will assist the various teams and managers  to meet their obligations through education and positive communications.

     

    Key Responsibilities

    The main activities that will be carried out by the Head of Quality and Compliance include the below.

    • The effective performance of the Loganair Corporate Quality assurance program and Compliance system as required by and pertaining to the scope of the UK CAA approvals in respect of AOC operations, continuing airworthiness management and maintenance and approved training.
    • Ensuring communication and coordination with operational managers in the management of operational safety and security risk and risk tolerability identified in Quality Compliance activities.
    • Overall day to day management and coordination of the Operational Quality and Compliance Management System with other operational departments.
    • Dissemination of information to all personnel as appropriate to ensure overall awareness of relevant compliance issues and results.
    • Ensure departmental conformance with the safety and security standards within Loganair’s quality and operational requirements.
    • Maintain IOSA accreditation and audit cycle

     

    General

    The Head of Quality and Compliance will lead on all aspects of Operational Quality and Compliance Monitoring (OQCM) within the business including the development of the audit schedule.

    • Attend quarterly Safety Review Board meetings and the Executive Safety Action Group.
    • Liaison with regulatory authority and any other operationally relevant external entities.
    • Primary quality and compliance liaison point for external customers including oil and gas customers, Royal Mail, and airline wet-lease partners. This includes all quality and compliance matters including audit.
    • Ensure strong working knowledge of current and proposed UK CAA regulations which impact or may affect Loganair’s business and ensure all internal stakeholders are appropriately briefed of same.
    • Lead and mentor the quality and compliance team to develop individuals within the team to ensure the smooth operation of Loganair’s OQCM tasks and duties.
    • Actively promote Safety, Security, Quality and Compliance throughout Loganair in conjunction with the Accountable Manager and the senior management team.
    • Able to create and maintain relationships with managers from other departments, working well with them, developing trust and cohesion.
    • Motivate, lead, and inspire the team to deliver support to the business.
    • Promote a clear and holistic quality and compliance culture across the business.
    • Adjust surveillance schedule based on quality or safety data recorded in the SMS/OQCMS, reviewing the risk-based audit schedule, risk profile application and audit results.
    • Review the quality or compliance systems of new and / or existing contractors / subcontractors who impact the operation and organise audits of their quality assurance systems.
    • Assure that all quality and compliance related policies and procedures detailed in the Operations, Quality and Compliance and Company Exposition manuals are adhered to and carry out an ongoing review of the adequacy and effectiveness of Operational Quality and Compliance System procedures.
    • Maintain and keep current all operational quality and compliance audit and inspection records for review at any time by the UK CAA and other external bodies as appropriate.
    • Coordinating systems for the approval of vendors and monitor contractor quality compliance and conformance.
    • Ensure that all staff who carry out quality and compliance inspections and audits are adequately trained.

     

    Essential Criteria

    • Management qualification to Diploma standard minimum
    • Five years’ experience in a senior role in Quality & Compliance of which at least two years should be from the aeronautical industry
    • Documented education and experience from quality and compliance management systems, IOSA
    • Extensive partner management and a proven track record to form relationships internally and externally
    • Comprehensive understanding of aviation regulations and standards set by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and IOSA . Stay updated with regulatory changes and ensure organisational compliance
    • Strong communication and influencing skills
    • People leadership experience
    • Self-motivated and willing to work flexibly to changes in priorities
  • Applications are now welcome for a Station Manager to join the Engineering Maintenance Team at Edinburgh with associated responsibilities for Dundee also. This position reports directly to the Head of Maintenance.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter supporting your application via email to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Thursday, 30 May 2024.

     

    Overview

    This role will ensure that all maintenance and stores activities are carried out in a safe, timely and cost-effective manner by proper management of the established teams.

    The Station Manager is a local leadership function that demonstrates technical knowledge and competence whilst possessing a thorough understanding of Regulatory requirements, Health, Safety & Environmental legislation and Organisational procedures. Active promotion and implementation of the Corporate Safety, Security, Compliance and Quality Plan as per The Management System Manual 1.1.0 are key elements for delivery.

     

    Key Responsibilities

    The main activities that will be carried out by the Station Manager are documented below. As would be expected, the listing is not exhaustive and other reasonable responsibilities will be performed, with training and support provided when required.

    • To prioritise and organise the maintenance workload effectively thus minimising delays and disruption
    • To have knowledge of the Maintenance Organisation Exposition (MOE) and to review workplace instructions relating to maintenance for compliance with the requirements of Part 145, amending as necessary for subsequent verification and validation
    • To ensure effective communication between engineering, LMC, planning and the operations staff on the maintenance status of aircraft whenever that position changes
    • To ensure managed staff perform defect rectification and scheduled maintenance in a safe, cost-effective manner whilst achieving compliance with organisational procedures and national authority requirements
    • To monitor and ensure that the Loganair aircraft fleet is maintained to the highest of standards
    • To ensure maintenance teams are fully engaged with flying staff regarding reported defects and that this information is shared with LMC
    • Notifying the Head of Maintenance whenever deficiencies arise which requires their attention in respect of the performance of their Station or other areas
    • Ensuring all maintenance and third-party support activities are carried out on-time, in accordance with procedures, to agreed Contracts, and are certified correctly
    • To ensure shift personnel carry out the support functions necessary to maintain the Line Operation at optimum performance
    • The selection, recruitment, personal development and when necessary, the performance management of maintenance staff. Ensuring the establishment of a programme of training (including continuation training) for all maintenance staff and ensuring that proper career development records are kept for each team member
    • To be responsible for the conduct and performance of staff under their supervision ensuring all authorised staff are aware of their certification privileges and responsibilities. CAP 562 – CAAIP’s Leaflet H20 also refers
    • Co-operation with compliance internal & external auditors - ensuring adherence to company procedures, safety standards and regulatory requirements. Proposing appropriate containment, corrective & preventative actions in a prompt manner using Root Cause Analysis methodology
    • To ensure budgetary control and measures are met with specific emphasis on the management of overtime working
    • The establishment of standards and service delivery targets in respect of workmanship, aircraft production from maintenance, spares provisioning whether the customer is internal or third party, and for the availability of correct tooling and equipment for the performance of maintenance
    • Ensure that departmental procedures and associated documentation are in place which are relevant for recording and management of the maintenance and workshops functions
    • To encourage free and frank reporting of any (potentially) safety related occurrence and the promotion of the just culture policy
    • Have direct assessment and control of the competence of maintenance supervisors (employed or contracted). Indirect control of the assessment of certifiers, mechanics, and prospective certifying staff for their competence, qualification and capability prior to the application or re-issue of a certification authorisation under Part 145.A.35(f)
    • Review and updating of the station roster showing that there is sufficient staff to plan, supervise and perform the anticipated work scope
    • Ensuring that sufficient qualified and experienced staff are available to perform, supervise, inspect in relation to the maintenance work undertaken in accordance with company Part 145 approvals, considering human performance limitations
    • Reporting to the Head of Maintenace when more than a 25% shortfall in available man-hours during a calendar month of the maintenance man-hour plan for any one of the functions specified in 145.A.30 (d)
    • Ensuring that the necessary materials, tools, access equipment and inspection platforms/docking are serviceable and available to perform the maintenance scope of work
    • Ensuring that the minimum maintenance data relevant to the company Part 145 approval class rating is held at designated facilities
    • Ensuring the Health, safety and well-being of managed staff and visitors at their Station
    • Ensuring that all reasonable measures are taken to carry out the maintenance activity without adversely affecting the environment
    • Ensuring that all Maintenance & Safety standards within their station are of a high level in respect of workmanship, aircraft delivery from maintenance, spares provisioning, facilities maintenance and that the required departmental procedures are created and adhered to
    • Ensuring that all Third-Party maintenance is performed as per approved maintenance data, current company procedures and regulatory requirements as per the terms of the applicable contract and that the required charge sheets are submitted with the Finance Business partner
    • Ensuring that aircraft maintenance staff are provided with an area where they may study maintenance instructions and complete maintenance records in a proper manner
    • Provision of secure suitable storage facilities for components, equipment, tools and material in accordance with Part 145.A.25(d)
    • Provision of suitable hangar space (where applicable) for usage during inclement weather for minor line maintenance scheduled work and lengthy defect rectification
    • Ensuring that the facilities and its components meet government regulations and environmental, health and security standards
    • Liaising with landlords/councils/airport authorities to ensure that the facility meets set local standards

     

    Skills and Knowledge

    • Full understanding of Loganair’s operations and the major entities with whom the company transacts
    • Awareness of H&S Legislation and Company Employment procedures
    • Proficient use of OASES Engineering Computer System
    • Ability to manage, prioritise, organise and delegate work in a changing environment to ensure deadlines and company goals are achieved
    • Ability to break down complex problems, identify solutions and follow through to resolution
    • Ability to clearly communicate in a structured sequence, conveying messages at an individual and group level
    • Ability to construct business documents and engineering reports to clearly present a viewpoint in a logical structure to support decision making
    • Ability to adapt working style appropriately to internal and external customers

     

    Training and Experience

    • Formal management qualification is desirable
    • Demonstrated management/supervisory experience
    • Formal aircraft engineering qualifications to type specific level
    • Possess strong leadership skills
    • Strong safety awareness
    • Proactive problem solver
    • Confident communicator
    • Team player
    • Flexible when working with others, whether subordinate or peers
  • We have an opening within the Technical Services team based in Glasgow. The Technical Services Manager is responsible for the management and supervision of continuing airworthiness within their area and shall ensure that the organisation always complies with the applicable continuing airworthiness management, airworthiness review requirements of Part-M and Part-CAMO.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter supporting your application via email to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    Overview of the Role

    The Technical Services manager role is wide ranging in its responsibilities and scop of involvement. The main duties of the Technical Services Manager role are listed below:

    • Establishment and development of procedures to meet Part-M, Part-CAMO, UK CAA and Loganair requirements so meeting company’s objectives.
    • Ensuring Loganair procedures are in place within the continuing airworthiness organisation to meet Part-M, Part-CAMO, UK CAA and Loganair Limited requirements, and that the maintenance workforce under his control is adhering to these.
    • The administration and economic running of the continuing airworthiness organisation including budget forecasts for all services under his control within the limits approved by executive management whilst meeting Part-M, Part-CAMO and UK CAA requirements.
    • Notifying the Head of Continuing Airworthiness whenever deficiencies emerge which require their attention in respect of finance and the acceptability of standards.
    • Reviewing corrective actions taken resulting from compliance audit monitoring so ensuring the requirements are met.
    • Identification and review of departmental hazards. Implementation of the SMS, as applicable to airworthiness, and encouraging the involvement of CAMO staff
    Key Responsibilities
     
    The main activities that will be carried out by the Technical Services Manager include the below. As would be expected the below is not exhaustive and reasonable responsibilities not listed below will be carried out, with training and support provided where required.
    • Ensuring that all continuing airworthiness tasks are carried out in accordance with agreed procedures.
    • Ensuring the competence of all personnel engaged in continuing airworthiness tasks by ensuring that a programme of training and continuation training to meet current and future requirements is established.
    • The development of staff ensuring that all are competent, trained, motivated and available to fulfil the requirements of their respective department operating within budget.
    • Set departmental safety and key performance indicators to support a continual improvement process.
    • Monitoring performance against the standards defined above, analysing deviations and ensuring corrective action is taken
    • To ensure effective department and inter department communications channels exist and are maintained with engineering internal and external customers.
    • Ensuring that all contracted/subcontracted services are correctly detailed, and that the requirements of the contract or order are fulfilled.
    • Carry out the final selection of applicants for positions within the continuing airworthiness organisation.
    • Ensure, through delegated authority and assignment of responsibility, the appropriate liaison with Regulatory authorities, Original Equipment Manufacturers and other operational relevant entities relevant to maintenance operations, takes place.
    • Undertaking any other duties and responsibilities as may be required by senior management from time to time where such duties will not conflict with the primary function and responsibilities as set out above.
    Skills and Knowledge
    The Technical Services Manager will demonstrate excellent skills in managing CAMO activities within Technical Services department and be able to clearly convey technical and non-technical information to their audience, using written and verbal means of communication. IT skills will be to a professional level, and will be competent in Microsoft Packages, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
    The Technical Services Manager will develop positive constructive working relationships between CAMO and other team members and managers within the company, demonstrating personal competence, reliability and being a valued member of the wider company team.
    Additional attributes will include:
    • Analytical skills: Strong analytical and numeracy skills;
    • Interpersonal skills: Having the abilities to build and maintain relationships at all levels;
    • Communication and influencing: Demonstrating strong influencing and communication skills. The Technical Services Manager will be able to adjust style and language to meet the needs of the audience, will review work for accuracy/relevance and will present data effectively in an understandable format. The Technical Services Manager will be able to perform coaching and mentoring;
    • Teamwork: The Technical Services Manager will work closely with the CAMO and other team members and managers. The Technical Services Manager will listen to other views and give and receive constructive feedback;
    • Accountability: The Technical Services Manager will take responsibility for their own actions and decisions and will work well on their own initiative;
    • Flexibility: Having ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands whilst working under pressure.
    Training and Experience
    The minimum requirements for the role are noted below. They are not absolute in themselves, but could be expected of a competent Technical Services Manager:
    • A Mechanical or Aeronautical University Degree OR hold an EASA/UK CAA Part 66 Cat B1 License; OR
    • Experience in a similar role within an airline or with a manufacturer or overhaul agency;
    • Previous people management experience.
  • We are seeking a Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) to join the Technical Services team based in Glasgow. The purpose of this role is to provide technical support of engine types operated and managed by Loganair Limited ensuring continued airworthiness whilst improving safety, aircraft availability, reliability and optimising cost.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter supporting your application via email to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    The Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) role is wide ranging in its responsibilities and scope of involvement. From providing a complete technical support service, continually review and develop engine fleet reliability, providing solutions that are compliant and balance various factors, such as commercial requirements, legal obligations and business reputation. The role will also provide well written policies, procedures, forms and other technical documentation.

    The Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) will have a wide range of involvement with positions and people at all areas and points of the organisation, from the Leadership team to individual members of staff.

     

    Key Responsibilities

    The main activities that will be carried out by the Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) include the below. As would be expected, the below is not exhaustive and reasonable responsibilities not listed below will be carried out, with training and support provided where required:

    • Provide a complete technical support service to all departments within Loganair Limited; 

    • Manage, specify, develop and control the work scope of Engines and Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) in order to achieve the highest technical standards and optimum cost; 

    • Continually review and develop engine fleet reliability, investigate incidents, implement improvements, and define technical changes to maintenance programme; 

    • Define engine condition monitoring policies to ensure maximum safety, improve reliability and prevent costly delays; 

    • Monitor the in-service condition and performance of engines and schedule engine changes to minimize disruption to the operation; 

    • Manage and control spare engine availability;

    • Define additional work required to provide solutions to on-going technical problems; 

    • Respond to operational problems, incidents and AOG situations, this includes providing a 24hr on-call service on a rota-basis; 

    • Assess relevant Regulatory Authority requirements and Directives and review manufacturers communications, implementing appropriate actions; 

    • Provide subject matter expertise in negotiating Repair & Overhaul contracts for Engines and APUs, on behalf of the Company, significant engine warranty claims and support programmes with the engine manufacturers and contracted repair agencies; 

    • Liaise with aircraft lessor and engine OEMs; 

    • Utilise experience to provide guidance and support to other members of the department as required.

    Personal Attributes
    The Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) will develop positive constructive working relationships with CAMO and MRO team members and managers, demonstrating personal competence, reliability and being a valued member of the wider company team. Additional attributes will include:

    Analytical skills

    • Strong analytical and numeracy skills

    Interpersonal skills

    • Having the abilities to build and maintain relationships at all levels;

    Communication and influencing

    • Demonstrating strong influencing and communication skills. The Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) will be able to adjust style and language to meet the needs of the audience, will review work for accuracy/relevance and will present data effectively in an understandable format

    Teamwork:

    • The Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) will work closely with the CAMO and MRO team members and managers, giving a complete technical support. The Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) will listen to other views and give and receive constructive feedback

    Accountability:

    • The Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) will take responsibility for their own actions and decisions and will work well on their own initiative

    Flexibility:

    • Having ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands whilst working under pressure.
    The Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant) role requires demonstration of company values and behaviours at all times, encouraging others to do so, and so makes a productive contribution to the positive business culture.
    Training and Experience
    The minimum requirements for the role are noted below. They are not absolute in themselves, but could be expected of a competent Technical Services Engineer (Powerplant): 
    • A Mechanical or Aeronautical University Degree OR hold an EASA/UK CAA Part 66 Cat B1 License; OR 
    • Experience in a similar role within an airline or with an engine manufacturer or overhaul agency. In this role, experience is highly regarded
  • We are looking for an Airworthiness Administrator to join the team at Head Office. This position will process incoming technical documentation and ensure access to correct external and internal documents, including manuals, procedures, technical instructions, forms, etc.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter supporting your application via email to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    Overview

    The Airworthiness Administrator role is wide ranging in its responsibilities and scope of involvement. From providing a complete documentation support, continually reviewing third party documents revisions, providing efficient and compliant solutions for documentation control. The role will also provide administrative support with regards to writing and amending policies, procedures, forms and other applicable documentation.

    The Airworthiness Administrator will have a wide range of involvement with positions and people at all areas and points of the organization, from the management to individual members of staff.

     

    Responsibilities

    The main activities that will be carried out by the Airworthiness Administrator include the below. As would be expected, the below is not exhaustive and reasonable responsibilities not listed below will be carried out, with training and support provided where required:

    • Processing Loganair documentation (manuals, procedures, forms, etc.),ensuring correct revisions are recorded and published;
    • Processing airport documentation, ensuring correct revisions are recorded and published;
    • Processing regulatory documentation, ensuring correct revisions are recorded and assessors are notified;
    • Processing maintenance/vendor documentation (e.g. CMMs), ensuring correct revisions are recorded and published;
    • Processing backup manuals, ensuring the manuals are easily accessible and correct revisions are available; 
    • Processing hard copy manuals & CDs, ensuring correct revisions are accessible and controlled;
    • Performing revision checks (websites check) of regulatory, maintenance/vendor documentation and portals;
    • Support with creating company notices and publishing Read & Sign documents;
    • Support with CAMO data reporting (dashboards, CAMO Newsletter, Zendesk ticket and QPulse documents status);
    • Support with creating meeting presentations and do meetings minutes;
    • Provide a complete admin support to CAMO department. 
    Personal Attributes

    Additional attributes will include:

    • Interpersonal skills: Having the abilities to build and maintain relationships at all levels;
    • Communication: Demonstrating strong written and verbal communication skills;
    • Teamwork: The Airworthiness Administrator will work closely with the CAMO team members and managers, giving a complete administrative support. The Airworthiness Administrator will also support other departments across the business;
    • Accountability: The Airworthiness Administrator will take responsibility for their own actions and decisions and will work well on their own initiative;
    • Flexibility: Having ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands. 
    The Airworthiness Administrator role requires demonstration of company values and behaviours at all times, encouraging others to do so, and so makes a productive contribution to the positive business culture
    Training and Experience

    The minimum requirements for the role are noted below. They are not absolute in themselves, but could be expected of a competent Airworthiness Administrator:

    • Good standard of education (e.g. English, Administration, IT, Business Management);
    • Experience in a similar role would be advantageous.
  • We are seeking an Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager to join Loganair. This role is responsible for the management of  Documentation Management Unit and airworthiness systems, and leading business projects.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter supporting your application via email to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    Overview

    The Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager role is wide ranging in its responsibilities and scope of involvement. The main duties of the Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager role are listed below: 

    • Establishment and development of policies and procedures to meet regulatory and Loganair requirements so meeting company’s objectives. 
    • The administration and economic running, including budget forecasts for all services under their control within the limits approved by executive management. 
    • Notifying the Head of Continuing Airworthiness whenever deficiencies emerge which require their attention in respect of finance and acceptability of standards. 
    • Reviewing corrective actions take resulting from compliance audit monitoring so ensuring requirements are met. 
    • Identification and review of departmental hazards. Implementation of the SMS as applicable and encouraging the involvement of DMU staff. 

     

    Responsibilities

    The main activities that will be carried out by the Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager include the below. As would be expected, the below is not exhaustive and reasonable responsibilities not listed below will be carried out, with training and support provided where required: 

    • Ensuring that all DMU tasks are carried out in accordance with agreed procedures; 
    • Ensuring the competence of DMU personnel by ensuring that a programme of training to meet current and future requirements is established; 
    • Set departmental safety and key performance indicators to support a continual improvement process and monitor performance, analysing deviations and ensuring corrective action is taken;  
    • To ensure effective department and inter department communications channels exist and are maintained;  
    • Carry out the final selection of applicants for positions within the DMU;  
    • Respond to operational problems (e.g. access to maintenance manuals);  
    • Ensure airworthiness and documentation systems are effective by continuously monitoring its performance and implement required improvements; 
    • Lead airworthiness and business projects;  
    • Undertaking any other duties and responsibilities as may be required by senior management from time to time where such duties will not conflict with the primary function and responsibilities as set out above 

     

    The Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager will demonstrate excellent project management skills and have methodical and logical approach to work. IT skills will be to an advanced level, and will be competent in Microsoft Packages, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

     

    Skills

    The Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager will develop positive constructive working relationships between DMU and other team members and managers within the company, demonstrating personal competence, reliability and being a valued member of the wider company team.

     

    Additional attributes will include:  

    Interpersonal skills:

    • Having the abilities to build and maintain relationships at all levels

    Communication:

    • Demonstrating strong influencing and communication skills
    • The Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager will be able to adjust style and language to meet the needs of the audience, will review work for accuracy/relevance and will present data effectively in an understandable format
    • The Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager will be able to perform coaching and mentoring

    Teamwork:

    • The Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager will work closely with the Airworthiness and other team members and managers.
    • The Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager will listen to other views and give and receive constructive feedback

    Accountability

    • The Airworthiness Documentation, Systems & Project Manager will take responsibility for their own actions and decisions and will work well on their own initiative

    Flexibility:

    • Having ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands 

     

    The Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager role requires demonstration of company values and behaviours at all times, encouraging others to do so, and so makes a productive contribution to the positive business culture.

     

    Requirements

    The minimum requirements for the role are noted below.  

    They are not absolute in themselves, but could be expected of a competent Airworthiness Systems & Project Manager:  

    • Good standard of education (e.g. English, Administration, IT, Business Management); 
    • Experience in a similar role;  
    • Project Management qualifications would be advantageous.
  • We are looking for a Technical Representative to join the Engineering Team. This role is wide ranging in its responsibilities and scope of involvement. From providing a complete technical support service, continually review and develop fleet reliability, providing solutions that are compliant and balance various factors, such as commercial requirements, legal obligations and business reputation. The role will also provide well written policies, procedures, forms and other technical documentation. The Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative) will have a wide range of involvement with positions and people at all areas and points of the organisation, from the Leadership team to individual members of staff.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter supporting your application via email to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 31 May 2024.

     

    Key Responsibilities

    The main activities that will be carried out by the Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative) include the below. As would be expected, the below is not exhaustive and reasonable responsibilities not listed below will be carried out, with training and support provided where required:

    • Provide a complete technical support service to all departments within Loganair Limited
    • Continually review and develop aircraft reliability, investigate incidents, implement improvements, and define technical changes to maintenance programme
    • Respond to operational problems, incidents and AOG situations, this includes providing a 24hr on-call service on a rota-basis
    • Assess relevant Regulatory Authority requirements and Directives and review manufacturers communications, implementing appropriate actions
    • Provide subject matter expertise in negotiating Maintenance Agreement on behalf of the Company
    • Liaise with aircraft lessor and OEMs
    • Utilise experience to provide guidance and support to other members of the department

     

    Provide a complete technical support during aircraft maintenance checks in order to achieve the highest technical standards and optimum cost:

    • Brief maintenance provider on the requirement of the Maintenance Agreement
    • Ensure access and correct use of Company Maintenance documentation
    • Carry out the requirement of Base Maintenance Induction Survey
    • Monitor outstanding technical issues and prioritise/coordinate workflow
    • Control damage reports and repair statements in accordance with Company policy
    • Liaise with Purchasing and Logistics teams
    • Define additional work required to provide solutions to on-going technical problems

     

    Personal Attributes

    The Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative) will demonstrate excellent skills in assessing aircraft matter and be able to clearly convey this to their audience, using written and verbal means of communication.

    The Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative) will develop positive constructive working relationships with CAMO and MRO team members and managers, demonstrating personal competence, reliability and being a valued member of the wider company team.

     

    Additional attributes will include:

    • Analytical skills: Strong analytical and numeracy skills
    • Interpersonal skills: Having the abilities to build and maintain relationships at all levels
    • Communication and influencing: Demonstrating strong influencing and communication skills. The Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative) will be able to adjust style and language to meet the needs of the audience, will review work for accuracy/relevance and will present data effectively in an understandable format
    • Teamwork: The Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative) will work closely with the CAMO and MRO team members and managers, giving a complete technical support. The Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative) will listen to other views and give and receive constructive feedback
    • Accountability: The Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative) will take responsibility for their own actions and decisions and will work well on their own initiative
    • Values and Behaviours: The Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative) role requires demonstration of company values and behaviours at all times, encouraging others to do so, and so makes a productive contribution to the positive business culture
    • Flexibility: Having ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands whilst working under pressure

     

    Requirements

    The minimum requirements for the role are noted below. They are not absolute in themselves, but could be expected of a competent Technical Services Engineer (Technical Representative):

    • A Mechanical, Aeronautical or Engineering University Degree OR hold an EASA/UK CAA Part 66 Cat B1 License
    • Experience in a similar role within an airline. In this role, experience is highly regarded
    • Ability to travel and work remotely from MRO locations (Europe and Worldwide)
  • A vacancy has arisen within our Customer Services team based in Kirkwall. Reporting to the Station Manager Kirkwall, the successful candidate will be proactive, helpful to passengers and dedicated to providing a robust and safe operation.

    The role is varied, involving indoor and outdoor work in all weathers. The team works a shift pattern to support the 7-day-a-week operation.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a cover letter supporting your application by email to ryanwalter@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Sunday, 19 July 2024.

     

    We welcome applications from candidates who provide excellent customer service and support for the delivery of our operation at Kirkwall Airport.

     

    Customer Service Agents have a wide range of duties including:

    • Checking passengers in for flights
    • Ensuring security protocols are adhered to
    • Answer passenger queries when flights have been cancelled/delayed
    • Arrange alternative transport/accommodation as required
    • Baggage handling
    • Driving baggage vehicles and other ground service equipment

     

    Skills

    • Be customer-focused and helpful.
    • Enjoy working with the public and meeting new people.
    • Have excellent communication skills.
    • Be able to respond quickly and efficiently to changing situations.
    • Be able to deal with difficult situations and under pressure.
    • Driving license essential
  • Applications are invited from candidates who naturally care about helping passengers and supporting the delivery of a safe and on-time airline. The opportunity is for a Customer Service Agent at Sumburgh Airport. 

    The operation is delivered seven days a week, and staff work to a roster, including morning, afternoon, and weekend shifts. 

    The role is varied involving indoor and outside working, in all weathers. 

     

    Customer Service Agents have a wide range of duties including: 

    • Checking passengers in for flights 

    • Ensuring security protocols are adhered to 

    • Answering passenger queries when flights have been cancelled/delayed 

    • Arranging alternative transport/accommodation as required 

    • Providing telephone ticketing sales support 

    • Accepting and processing cargo. 

    • Supporting the oil and gas operation. 

     

    Requirements

    • Be customer focused and helpful. 

    • Enjoy working with the public and meeting new people. 

    • Have excellent communication skills. 

    • Be able to respond quickly and efficiently to changing situations 

    • Be able to deal with difficult situations with tact and diplomacy. 

     

    If you are interested and are committed to safety and delivering a high-quality service, please send your CV to megangovier@loganair.co.uk 

    Closing date is Friday, 31 May 2024.

  • Applications are welcome for a part-time Operations Controller to join the Operations Control Centre team based in our Glasgow Airport Head Office. The primary function of the role is to ensure a safe and punctual operation in accordance with OMA and Operation Procedures. 

     

    Responsibilities

    • Working within the Operations Control Centre (OCC), you are responsible for the delivery of a safe and punctual operation in accordance with the OMA and Operating Procedures, on a cost-effective basis.
    • Allocate aircraft registrations considering maintenance requirements and crew slip patterns, giving priority to commercial requirements.
    • Proactively manage the flight schedule by maintaining the company flight following system (N-OC)
    • Monitor weather and NOTAM’s as appropriate to the operation, to minimise potential disruption.
    • Notify all affected parties of delays and significant events, ensuring all relevant company and service providers are advised of the status of the flying programme.
    • Daily maintenance of flight plans.
    • Maintain crew regulatory compliance in line with UK CAA regulations alongside the Crew Controller.

    Requirements

    • The ability to act proactively and with limited direct supervision, while at the same time recognising when matters need to be referred to more senior managers.
    • The written and oral communication skills necessary to initiate and respond to correspondence and to deal with other forms of communication.
    • The ability to work accurately with detailed information and to ensure that practical tasks are effectively implemented.
    • E-literate and competent in developing, administering and using PC and associated networks and systems to acquire, manipulate and disseminate information. Proficiency with MS Office tools.
    • Good working knowledge of aviation computer applications.
    • Operational knowledge of crewing and resource allocation system.
    • Relevant previous experience in a similar role although not essential is an advantage.
    • Educational qualifications that demonstrate proficiency in English Language and numerical skills.
    • It is essential that you are able to obtain and maintain security clearance for airside passes at numerous airports. 

     

    Please note, this role involves shift work including nights and weekends. 

     

    To apply for this position, please send your CV and cover letter to recruitment@loganair.co.uk

     

    Closing date is 31st May 2024.

  • We are currently seeking a full-time Storekeeper to join the Stores department based in Glasgow. 

     

    The role is ultimately focused on ensuring the availability and delivery of parts and items to the Engineering team to assist them in returning aircraft to safe service in a timely manner. 

     

    The Storekeeper will:

    • Continually monitor stock levels 

    • Liase with colleagues in purchasing to ensure replacement stock is sourced,  

    • Receive and store the purchased items in an ordered manner to assist location of the items at a later date.  

    Other duties typically carried out by the Storekeeper include:  

    • Accurate recording of aircraft part identification numbers 

    • Packaging and dispatch of unserviceable parts to external companies for repair 

    • Review “shelf life” of parts held in the store 

    • Arrange minor repairs and maintenance of tooling and a/c support equipment

    • The stocking of a/c pre-load bins for planned maintenance. 

    As noted above, the main aim of the role is to support the return of the aircraft to services without delay. 

     

    Requirements

    • Previous experience in an airline stores environment is desirable 

    • Experience of the Oases IT system would be advantageous but training will be provided

    • PC literacy is essential

    • Effective communicator

    • Organisation skills

    To apply, please e-mail your CV and covering letter in support of your application to: recruitment@loganair.co.uk  

      

    Closing date is Friday, 24 May 2024. 

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