Aircraft Maintenance Control Manager
|Location:||Las Vegas, NV|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||Manager of Maintenance Control|
1. The Manager of Maintenance Operations Control reports to the Director of Maintenance and supervises the Maintenance Operations Control staff and the functions of Maintenance Operations Control. He is responsible for:
a. Monitoring and coordinating all maintenance activity on each aircraft on a continuing basis, providing technical assistance and supervision as necessary.
B . Ensuring proper coordination of parts requisitioning and parts shipping information by the Maintenance Operations Control staff.
c. Identification of chronic, non-routine items as the daily pilot reports and maintenance discrepancies are reported.
d. Monitoring the MEL Management Programs and ensuring all deferred maintenance items, carry-over items and chronic problems are addressed by Maintenance Operations Control in a timely and systematic manner.
E . Reviewing all open deferred items on a daily basis.
f. Coordinating the accomplishment of scheduled maintenance items and work request items.
g. In conjunction with the Maintenance Planning and the Director of Maintenance, the planning and scheduling of routine maintenance, work request items, special projects, and/or heavy non-routine jobs.
h. Reviewing all delays and cancellations in order to help identify preventable contributory factors.
i. Making specific recommendations to the Director of Maintenance for correction of deficiencies and for improvements in the maintenance program.
j. Ensuring Maintenance Operations Control upholds and communicates work standards which are in accordance with the GMM, the maintenance program, and all applicable laws and regulations.
k. Coordinating with the DOM, the movements and positioning of the Maintenance Reps to ensure adequate coverage at maintenance
l. Coordination with Operations, Sales, and the Maintenance Departments to utilize
aircraft ground times to maximize required maintenance activities.
m. Coordinating with maintenance facilities to ensure timely repair of items that require special tooling, expertise, or equipment not available in the line station environment.
o. Other duties as assigned by the Director of Maintenance.
2. In his absence, the Manager of Maintenance Controlís authority reverts to the Director of Maintenance but the Manager must retain the responsibility.
a. The Manager of Maintenance Control shall hold a valid A&P Certificate. [FAR 121.378(a) and 65.83(b)]
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