Job Summary: The Duty Stores Controller will ensure all aircraft technical spares are accepted, stored, Issued and controlled in accordance with company procedures and airworthiness authority regulations
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Issuance of parts based on requisitions and pick slips received from Engineers & Technicians and update the RAL system
Ensure all parts received unused are credited back to stock as per company procedures.
Ensure all unserviceable parts are duly checked and received back.
Allocate and maintain binning locations in the company stores and ensuring the ICARUS Inventory Control system updates are maintained to this effect.
Maintains shift activity and hand-over log book as related to aircraft material requirements and critical stores movements.
Carry out stock checks as directed by the materials supervisor or inventory controller.
Advises the Stores Inspector/Rotable Controller of any unserviceable parts received in stores (daily) as removed from Air Arabia aircraft.
In conjunction with the Stores Inspector, ensure all parts being sent to repair agents are blanked, and packed properly, and to ensure the correct documentation is attached to parts prior to dispatch for repair.
Assist with logistics arrangements for parts delivery to and from the Air Arabia MRO, outstations and aircraft.
Controls the issues of tooling and equipment to engineers.
Carries out daily environmental checks in storage areas to ensure correct storage conditions are maintained.
Keeps the stores areas clean and tidy at all times.
Assists with the loading and unloading of aircraft spares from company transport.
Accountable for all health & Safety related issues, Ensuring that Hazards are identified, risk assessments carried out as necessary
Ensure all errors are reported, identify the reasons for the error and put into place mitigation to ensure no re-occurrence
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The applicant for the Duty Stores Controller UAE Job placement should hold a Higher Diploma level
At least two years’ experience in a similar capacity within the aviation industry
Possesses appropriate knowledge of the UAE GCAA airworthiness regulations pertaining to the acceptance, storage and issue of aircraft technical spares and associated equipment used for aircraft maintenance
Knowledge of IATA Dangerous Goods
Regulations; preferably must have completed training in the same
Must be proficient in all MS-Office programs (word, excel, outlook, PowerPoint)
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Arabic
Must have a valid UAE driving license
Must be able to work in rotating shift pattern
How to Apply:
All qualified candidates should send a copy of their updated resumes clearly mentioning in the subject line:
Air Arabia is the Middle East and North Africa's first and largest Low Cost Carrier (LCC). We fly you to over 120 destinations spread across the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and Europe. We offer you comfort, reliable and value for money air travel across our network and with our value preposition "Fly More", we help you to fly more often to more places at your own convenience!