Aviation Mechanic Supervisor -Seattle (SEATAC)
Line station Supervisor reporting directly to West Coast Regional Maintenance Manager. Responsible 24/7 line station operations and 10 direct reports. Required: FAA Airframe and Powerplant license. 3-5 years lead/crew chief/ supervisory experience. Must be able to work any shift, weekends and holidays. JOB SUMMARYSupervise daily line station operations in the process of providing inspection and repair services on aircraft. Including staffing and scheduling of site personnel and their functions. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIESMaintenance Operations
- Schedule site personnel to weekly shift patterns pursuant to the customer#8217;s flight schedule.
- Direct Inventory Control and local logistics of owned capital assets.
- Schedule preventive maintenance activities of systems installed on customer aircraft during overnight holds; Office management of local site specific responsibilities which includes local port authority personnel identification administration, customs clearance and security seals, overtime, vehicle maintenance, office administration and cleanliness.
- External contacts include routine daily customer contacts at the Line Maintenance levels, local airport authorities including Customs, Air Freight forwarders and brokers for local logistics.
- Internal contacts include MMS Personnel, MMS Administration Staff, H.R. and other departments as required to execute the MMS agreements specific to the site.
- May also perform onboard maintenance activities and fill-in for absent employees.
- Hire, train, supervise, and appraise direct reports.
- Proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook (MS products).
- Good communication skills.
- Ability to solve problems as they occur on the local level, not allowing the issue to progress further.
- Uses skills as a seasoned, experienced professional with a full understanding of industry practices and company policies and procedures.
- Resolves a wide range of issues in imaginative as well as practical ways.
- Works on issues where analysis of situation or data requires review of relevant factors. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and policies to determine appropriate action.
- Demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions.
- Background in Aircraft Line Maintenance with the appropriate academic/technical qualifications and experience to satisfy regulatory licensing for assigned country or geographical region, and customer requirements e.g. FAA, CASA or EASA A, B1 and/or B2 with relevant type ratings. (Airframe and Powerplant license required for US locations.)
- 3-5 years lead/crew chief/ supervisory experience.
- Must have the legal right to work in assigned country through nationality, visa or work permits.
- Travel up to 10% of the time to both domestic and international locations.
- Must be able to work any shift, weekends and holidays.
- Manual dexterity to grasp and work with tool parts and equipment may be required.
- Ability to climb and work from ladder or platform, and endure sitting, standing, bending or twisting for extended periods and ability to lift up to 50 pounds may be required.
- Ability to operate under extreme weather conditions and in confined spaces for extended periods may be required.
- Ability to cope with environmental conditions which may include exposure to congestion and varying noise levels may be required.
- Hold a valid driver#8217;s license and be able to meet the requirements of the airport authority for access and vehicle operation on their premises.