Aviation Maintenance Analyst / Technical Records Administrator
SUMMARY: Track, control and substantiate data for aircraft and equipment using a computerized records management system that meets FAA requirements. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Monitor the data integrity for each aircraft and tracked component and inform management of any significant factors that may affect aircraft airworthiness or health of the fleet.
- Collect information from the maintenance information system in order to prepare reports and briefings as required by management.
- Initiate and complete special studies and statistical analyses and report findings to senior leadership.
- Analyze maintenance data documentation in order to identify deficiencies in areas such as equipment performance, material consumption, scheduling and management of resources.
- Track and analyze historical maintenance data, classify trends and coordinate corrective measures with maintenance management and technicians to prevent repeat and recurrence.
- Act as a point-of-contact for the maintenance information system and be responsible for ensuring the accuracy and sustainment of the system.
- Calculate maintenance metrics and compare performance against customer and company goals.
- Provide planning factors for the company to include airframe, facility and personnel capabilities.
- Assist in determining and monitoring the operating costs for the aircraft fleet.
- Maintain accurate and complete permanent files for aircraft and components in accordance with FAR 121.380, 121.380A, 43.11 and 145.61.
- Audit and process incoming aircraft maintenance logs, maintenance and customer job orders, aircraft inspection work packages, engineering orders and authorizations, service bulletins, computer reports, serviceable / repairable parts tags and shop routing tags.
- Verify company and vendor documents for accuracy, completeness and technical content. Obtain resolutions for inaccuracies, incompleteness and lack of technical content.
- Perform record verification of all maintenance repair data (green tags, work cards and vendor release forms) to ensure the database is complete and accurate.
- Compute current hours and cycles, and assign to repair/overhaul documents for controlled components.
- Provide repair documents to material stores to assist in determining current maintenance required on the controlled components.
- Perform related duties as assigned by supervisor.
SKILLS AND/OR QUALIFICATIONS
- Proven track record of success working on complex assignments requiring considerable judgment, initiative and technical/specialized knowledge.
- Able to work well in a team and within a fast-paced environment.
- Strong problem solving abilities.Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers.
- Excellent computer proficiency (RAMCO or other MRO system, MS Office Word, Excel and Outlook).
EDUCATION AND/OR WORK EXPERIENCE
- 2 to 4 years minimum of direct technical experience with auditing aircraft and equipment records to verify accuracy and compliance.
- Previous Military aviation experience is preferred, specific USAF experience with F-16 fleet highly preferred.
- Experience with RAMCO MRO software is preferred.
- Associate degree strongly preferred, Bachelor's Degree or equivalent a plus.
SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS
- Applicants selected may be subject to a Government security investigation and must meet the eligibility requirements to be cleared for and to gain access to applicable classified information. Eligibility requirements include U.S. nationals or permanent residents (Green Card).
- Domestic and International Travel may be required.