|Location:||Any US, All States|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Duties:||Reporting and Delegation|
• Reports to the Maintenance Supervisor (Assigned Base) / Director of Maintenance (DOM)
Responsibilities (shall include but not be limited to the following):
• Assuring the continued airworthiness of the Company aircraft in the accordance with FAR’s and the provisions of the Company Maintenance Manual and to protect at all times the best interest of the Company and its property, whether in work, parked, stored, in related handling, towing, etc.
• Closely monitor all work or inspection operations being accomplished on Company aircraft and ensure the proper references, manual forms, or records are available and are being used as specified, and further, they are properly completed in all required detail. Assemble all such forms, records, and parts tags used in the connection with the operation, including records of the discrepancies found with corrective action taken, and ensure these reach the Maintenance Records section with minimum delay. Ensure repairable parts are tagged correctly and with accurate information including the reason for removal.
• Scrutinize all inspection discrepancy items recorded and determine that the proposed rectifications are adequate for the purpose and are effected in an acceptable manner which conforms to the requirements of FAR’s pertinent Company policy, manufacturer’s repair specifications, or otherwise to an acceptable standard common to the industry. Discrepancies involving extensive repair or rectification procedures unacceptable to the Representative will be reported to either the Director of Maintenance or Director of Quality Control.
• Maintain a close control on all operations performed, ensure against excessive costs or unnecessary duplication of labor employed, and ensure that equipment used is proper to its application and adequate for the planned usage. Check, as necessary, parts or components being installed to ensure they are serviceable and acceptable within the meanings of FAR’s and the Company Manual and that hardware, supplies, or materials used in connection with work operations are of an approved type and will not result in deterioration of structure, finish, or installations by corrosive or other deleterious action. Ensure all parts or components are properly stored or handled in an approved manner.
• Receive incoming aircraft, screen the Flight Log for incidents reportable under the Mechanical Reliability Report Procedures, and immediately remit the information by the quickest means of communication available (telephone, FAX, or cable) to Maintenance Operation Control (MOC) and/or Director of Quality Control. Review pilot complaints, log entries, and obtain clarification as necessary to ensure the entry provides sufficient information on which to base corrective action. Review items and effect correct action on all discrepancies which parts and time permit.
• Liaise with all deferred flight crew. Ensure all departing aircraft are serviceable in accordance with FAR’s and the Company Manual, all work performed is properly documented, and all equipment required for the conditions of the flight is aboard and properly stowed. At enroute stations, ensure any parts removed and subsequently reinstalled as part of the Spare Parts Kit are properly secured. Ensure the airworthy release had been completed and recorded n accordance with Company maintenance and inspection procedures.
• Be thoroughly familiar with the provisions of the Company General Maintenance Manual and revisions issued by the Quality Control Department. Before aircraft are released, the Maintenance Technician will ensure that the General Maintenance Manual carried onboard contains the latest revision available.
• At any location where Company mechanics are utilized, assume the duties, responsibilities, and authority of the Maintenance Supervisor, and work for the Maintenance Supervisor responsible for that assigned base.
• Advise Maintenance Control, by the most expeditious means, whenever parts are used from the Spare Parts Kit.
• When acting in supervisory capacity and directly in charge of maintenance, preventative maintenance, or alterations, hold the appropriate airman certificate for the work being performed.
• Exercise Buy Back authority, within the limitations of authority assigned, when supervising the accomplishment of work by an un-certificated or non-company individual(s).
• Perform Receiving Inspector duties when qualified to do so in accordance with the Company General Maintenance Manual.
• When assigned, fly with Company aircraft and perform all duties assigned to Maintenance Technician, keeping in complete contact with MOC while away from assigned Base. Perform all maintenance assigned via Bill or Works (BOW) and accomplish ETOPS Pre-departure Service Check in accordance with the Company ETOPS Maintenance Manual.
• Act as on-site Maintenance Representative at heavy maintenance checks.
• Perform other duties as assigned by Maintenance Supervisor (assigned base) and/or Director of Maintenance.
• Shall hold a valid A&P Certificate.
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