Lead AMT 2Line Maintenance-Dept 250

Company: 
Delta Air Lines
Category: 
Maintenance
Job Type: 
Permanent
City: 
Fort Lauderdale
State: 
Florida
Country: 
United States

How youll help us Keep Climbing (overview key responsibilities)The Lead Aircraft Maintenance Technician (AMT) is a critical TechOps role at Delta. In this role, you will maintain the proper and safe functioning of Delta’s fleet, ensuring customers have an exceptional travel experience. The Lead Aviation Maintenance Technician – Line Maintenance is responsible for ensuring and maintaining a safe work environment. Additionally, the Lead AMT is responsible for maintaining a current knowledge of applicable procedures and methods relating to aircraft/engine maintenance and Technical Operations, as well as applicable inspection procedures, methods and specifications. This lead position performs administrative functions delegated by the Product Line Manager.Summary of responsibilities (not comprehensive of all tasks):middot; Ensures required and scheduled maintenance is accomplished and properly documented. middot; Signs for Return to Service. middot; Coordinates assigned maintenance tasks with other skills and departments to meet established ready times.middot; Evaluates workload to ensure efficient manpower utilization.middot; Supervises and assists Maintenance personnel.middot; Informs personnel of company and/or departmental policy and procedure changes.middot; Ensures personnel receive technical training and qualifications required to perform the departmental maintenance tasks.middot; Leads continuous improvement teams to achieve cost and turn time reductions.middot; Ensures recurrent training is accomplished where required. middot; Verifies and records payroll. middot; Assists in performing employee evaluations.middot; Monitors Maintenance personnel to ensure conformance to acceptable appearance and conduct standards.middot; Assists in resolving any company or personnel problems.middot; Practices safety-conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures.

Requirements: 

What you need to succeed (minimum qualifications)middot; Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. middot; Must have an Airframe and Powerplant license. middot; Must have a valid driver's license.middot; Must be at least 18 years of age.middot; Must be able to pass an extensive background check and drug test.middot; Must be authorized to work in the US.middot; Have the ability to work a flexible schedule including rotating or fixed shifts, weekends and holidays.middot; Must be able to act as the working leader of a group of AMTs and/or ASMs, plan and lay out work, instruct and supervise the work of the group, as well as be a leader in the areas of continuous improvement and safety. middot; Must be able to read and write English and comprehend and apply information contained in technical manuals. middot; Must also be able to work and operate in a safe and compliant manner without close supervision. middot; Should have strong organizational skills and be able to respond to changing or multiple work demands. middot; (If transferring internally) Must be performing satisfactorily in present position.What will give you a competitive edge (preferred qualifications)N/A

First posted: 
12/1/2019 12:00:01 PM

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