Maintenance Control Manager

Company: 
Alpine Aviation
Category: 
Maintenance
Job Type: 
Permanent
City: 
Provo
State: 
Utah
Country: 
USA

Alpine Air is currently seeking a Maintenance Control Manager to be located at their Provo company headquarters site. The Maintenance Control Manager is a key member of the Management Team and will be responsible to oversee all aspects of the fleet related to prevention, protection, and recovery, and ensure the fleet is operated efficiently.Responsibilities include overall reliability, maintenance, tooling, and materials availability, ensuring the best interest of the fleet is managed. The selected applicant will oversee fleet maintenance and perform functions including:Coordinate fleet maintenance requirements with Regional Base Managers, Parts Manager, and company leadership as requiredLead and administer weekly regional fleet conference calls with Regional Base Managers and Parts Manager for efficient maintenance loadingActive role to improve efficiencies by identifying recurring problems, training opportunities, and recommending changes in proceduresDirect and coordinate with Parts department to help ensure adequate spares and tooling are available to perform scheduled maintenance on time at pre-planned locationProcure and coordinate with third party vendors maintenance event estimates and schedulingCoordinate with Flight Operations on any issues they may have regarding the aircraft or supporting programsLiaison with regulatory agencies as requiredMonitor key performance metrics and reporting aircraft reliabilityAdvisory role identifying improvements to Approved Airworthiness Inspection Program in collaboration with Maintenance TeamActive role improving Maintenance Programs ensuring potential #8220;gaps#8221; are rectifiedCoordinate with Materials Department to help ensure adequate spares and tooling are available to perform scheduled maintenance on time at pre-planned locationAdvisory role in the oversight of the daily fleet operations to help ensure a high dispatch reliabilityProficient with the use of all technical manuals, Federal Regulations, and Company policies and procedures both current and revisedResponsible for project coordination implementation and support as necessaryKey point of contact & coordinator for resources and technical support as necessary in cases of major mechanical problems or AOG situations

Requirements: 

Qualifications include:Aircraft & Powerplant Certificate required; Inspection Authorization Certificate is preferred2 years active in a Part 135/121 General Maintenance roleWorking knowledge & experience with Part 135/121 Operations related to:Records structure & managementMaintenance Event TrackingAircraft Conformity & On-boardingApproved Aircraft Inspection ProgramVendor relationsWorking knowledge of airframe & engine inspection programs & requirementsExceptional attention to detail, verbal, and written communication skills requiredMust be an active listener and effective problem-solver who can meet tight deadlinesExperience effectively communicating with regulatory agenciesHigh school diploma required; BS/BA in administration or relevant field will be preferredCritical Soft skills include:Ability to interact effectively with people of all levels in the exchange of ideas, giving direction or explaining ideasAbility to communicate effectively verbally and in writing and to present results, analysis and recommendations to a target audienceSkill in analyzing data, writing reports and tracking corrective actions to closureAbility to prepare and provide presentations and briefings to various levels of leadershipAbility to work independently with only general oversightDemonstrates initiativeMotivated and seeks solutions to problems

First posted: 
9/17/2018 6:01:55 PM

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