CBP H60 Phase Maintenance Supervisor

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CBP H60 Phase Maintenance Supervisor: Tucson, AZJob Title:H60 Phase Maintenance SupervisorLocation: Tucson, AZPay: Salaried Preferred Airframes: HH/ UH-60Required Certifications: FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate (Required), IA (Desired)Basic Function:Provide direct on-floor supervision of the PMI phase line technicians to ensure maximum production and efficiencies are achievedProvide daily PMI inspection flow analysis to ensure PMI aircraft are on schedule for projected ETICsReview the PMI inspection paperwork daily to ensure all technicians are completing an appropriate number of tasks for the man hours expendedReview individual technician timecards daily to match that against the previous day's productionProvide a direct hand's-on role in designing and assigning groups of tasks for technicians to complete during their shift thereby setting management's production expectationVerify and document shift spot checks to ensure all PMI technicians read the TM procedures prior to starting a task and during maintenance tasks Coordinating with FSRs for researching and requesting approval to perform depot level repairs.Ensuring that all assigned aircraft meet the appropriate military / civil airworthiness standards.Supervising the preparation of all required forms and reports regarding the aircraft, their availability and associated ground support equipment as defined in the CBP contract.Implement and supervise an on#8209;the#8209;job training program to upgrade skills, train new personnel, train on new equipment and cross train personnel.Support and administer a preventative maintenance and corrosion control programs.Support and supervise an active safety program within the company's SMS per contract.Ensure that all procedures and policies are followed in the performance of maintenance and repair functions on all assigned CBP aircraft.Implement and administer an active FOD Program for work areas and flight line areas.Ensure that site maintenance facilities are maintained in a clean and orderly manner.May be required to travel on company business.May be required to work various shifts as assigned by Site Manager and or as needed per customers / site's needs. Shifts may occasionally exceed 40 hours in a 7-day period, in order to meet customer's / site's needs.Qualifications:Requires a minimum of 7 years Aviation experience in aircraft maintenance with an FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate (A P). Inspection Authorization (IA) desired. Five years supervisory and or Lead experience mandatory.Must have an extensive working knowledge of military and/or general aviation aircraft. Emphasis preferred on UH60 Heavy Maintenance.Preference to have full knowledge of maintenance requirements at the Repair Station level (If applicable to CRS). Periodically may be assigned to augment Operations section as required.Must be able to obtain a passport, visa and pass an extensive government background investigation, to support operations in foreign countries and deployments.Must be able to work well with others or independently, predicated on the scope and depth of ops at specific sites.Analytical abilities to sufficiently handle complex technical and administrative details.Requires thorough knowledge of aircraft, engine log books and other maintenance records, in conjunction with contractual SOI's per contract.Effectively communicating SOI's policies to all subordinates as a Management team member, in performance of the CBP contract.Able to handle complex administrative tasks and possess aviation technical details.Must be an effective communicator with both oral and written skills, in order to deal courteously professionally with site employees and the customer.Have a proven record for reliability and demonstrated initiative with good supervisory management skills as an aircraft mechanic, and or QCI / Supervisor.Solid knowledge of CARMAC and EMRKS requiredStrong understanding of Microsoft Office Suite with an emphasis on ExcelObtain maintain a successful BI (Background Investigation) with DHS (Dept of Homeland Security).May be required to obtain maintain a DOD security clearance and passport in the performance of duties.Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand English.

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6/2/2020 2:52:14 PM

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