Aircraft Paintsprayer

MPI Limited

MPI have a requirement for Aircraft Paint sprayer to work on site in Cambridge on days.
These roles are deemed in scope of IR35

Please acknowledge the pay rates for Marshall Aerospace Painters are:
Rate of pay is £19.12 per hour PAYE / £26.04 per hour Umbrella

There is a strong chance of 4 x 4 shifts once up to speed which will pay £22.60 per hour Paye/ £30.77 per hour Umbrella.

Basic hours 37, overtime paid at Time and half of basic. Overtime is not guaranteed.
Please note: This client (Marshall Aerospace) does not offer accommodation, and you the Contractor will be responsible for sourcing and covering this expense. Please carefully considered the associated costs and confirm that this arrangement is financially feasible for you, prior to applying

Approx 6 month contract with possibility of extension.

Note the confined spaces capability and security clearance is required.

To carry out surface finishing, painting and restoration on military aircraft and associated components.

Accountability :
Accountable for the safe, compliant, and timely completion of task.
Carry out surface preparation and finishing on aircraft and components as instructed.
Maintain all equipment and paint preparation areas to the required standard.
Comply with all health, safety, environmental and airworthiness regulations.
Work in accordance with company procedures to ensure compliance with requirements associated with the role, e.g. tool control, risk assessments, daily checks, document control.
Complete coating removal tasks to support inspection of aircraft and aircraft components.
Complete surface refinishing tasks to support recovery of aircraft and aircraft components.
Accurately record data as instructed by tasks or associated manual.
Complete checks as required by the business process e.g. PPE, area, tool checks etc.
Complete relevant training or meetings as specified by the management team.
Proactive attitude to operating safely.
Offer ideas and opportunities to improve the business.
Effective communicator and team player.
To carry out surface finishing, painting and restoration on military aircraft and associated components
Technical Competencies:
A high level of knowledge regarding surface preparation and finishing techniques, ideally aviation paint coating systems.
Experience of working on aircraft, including technical data sets, aviation software and aircraft manuals.
A good level of knowledge regarding quality assurance.
IT literate.
Certificate of training from a recognised paint manufacturer, major distributor, airline, or a City & Guild. Essential.
Aeronautical Engineering apprenticeship. Highly desirable.
Proof of any previously held inspection training. Highly desirable.
Certificates for previous MEWP’s, EWIS, FOD, EASA etc. training. Highly desirable.
Experience of carrying out paint associated tasks within an aerospace organisation.

Experience of carrying out maintenance activities on C130. Highly desirable

Must be medically capable of working in confined spaces and use of the appropriate PPE.
Must be able to provide a complete employment and residence history for past 3 years.

Must be able to pass security checks and obtain an Airside Security Pass.