- Location:Stansted Mountfitchet, United Kingdom
- Employment type:Full-time
Aircraft Engineering Services (AES Ltd) are inviting applications for a UK Outstation Manager to be based at Stansted Airport, working in cooperation with our client Ryanair, Europe’s largest airline.
With a fleet of 500+ aircraft, state of the art facilities and excellent training provisions, Ryanair offer exceptional career opportunities and progression within the industry.
The successful candidate will be an operationally focused, highly adaptable and proven leader, who is able to demonstrate a flexible working attitude in a fast-changing environment.
Duties and responsibilities
Reporting directly to the UK General Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for the overall leadership and management of Ryanair’s 11 UK Engineering Line Stations and a team of 100+ Engineers and Supervisors. Daily duties will include, but not be limited to:
Management of Routine Maintenance, Aircraft Incidents/AOG’s and Third Party Liaison.
Manpower planning, recruitment and staff performance management.
Ensuring appropriate spares and equipment are available at each location.
Budgeting, invoicing and negotiation/management of contracts with external suppliers/companies
Conducting regular visits to bases across the UK and Northern Europe, ensuring staff welfare and regulatory compliance.
Investigating Maintenance Delays, Engineering Safety Reports and Non-Compliances, implementing strategies to prevent recurrence.
Excellent time management, with the ability to manage multiple competing priorities and effectively communicate progress to Senior Management.
Strong organisational skills and attention to detail.
Proven leadership experience, capable of remotely managing diverse teams.
Previous experience in Aviation or Engineering is advantageous, but not essential.
Full computer literacy with experience of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and Internet Explorer).
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
Applicants must have unrestricted right-to-work in the UK, hold a valid Full-UK Driving Licence and be willing to travel and work within the EU