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Component Repair Administrator


Jazz Aviation
Location: Halifax, Canada
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Business & Administration
Category: Office
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Component Repair Administrator

Apply by Date: Apr 5, 2018

Primary Location
: CA-NS-Halifax

Schedule
: Full-time

Job Type: Permanent

Shift: Days

Number of Openings
: 1

Basic Purpose of Position:

Carry out the day to day activities, transactions and follow-ups associated with the repair and management of Jazz’s repairable aircraft components and tooling.

Key responsibilities:

*

Detail review and approval of vendor component repair cost estimates and invoicing, along with making the necessary cost adjustments, updates and notes in Trax for each repair.

*

Fully understand and effectively manage vendor component repair contracts, including vendor obligations, TAT (turn-around-time) commitments, penalties, spares support, exchanges and core returns.

*

Ensure appropriate and applicable transport and freight charges are applied per contract terms and method of shipment.

*

Effectively manage and update repairable component notes in Trax to provide clear instructions to Stores and Rotable Coordinators, for RO (repair order) creation, applicable vendor(s), shipping method, shipping charges/accounts, packaging, warranties, pricing, exchange, etc.

*

Initiate as required and support component investigation as a result of technical issues or CID/O&B (customer induced damage / Over & Above) charges, and dispute charges as necessary and appropriate.

*

Work with Jazz Warranty Administrator to ensure applicable vendor or OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) warranty is applied to all repairs, cost estimates and invoicing.

*

Identify re-occurring NFF (No Fault Found) and rogue units and work with maintenance and ISE (In-Service Engineering) to avoid on-going events.

*

Effectively manage scrap replacement and disposition from Trax and AFC/AFD (Approval for Commitment / Authorization for Disposal) generation.

*

Effectively manage and follow up on any loan/borrow components, applicable invoices, exchanges or core returns.

*

Work closely with both Line and Heavy Maintenance Planning Groups to synchronize and ensure spares availability for planned repairable component removals with other scheduled aircraft maintenance.

*

Follow up with stores on units shipped by Vendors but not received by stores.

*

Review stock levels of parts with high repair costs or lead times and source proper outcome (scrap, ship back as is etc).

*

Review and complete all vendor discrepancies in the Trax database.

*

Review and Approve SV (Service orders).

*

Daily monitoring and expediting as required components requirements for aircraft on ground (AOG), Minimum Equipment List (MEL), critical or routine.

*

Weekly monitoring and expediting of open Repair Orders (ROs) as required to maintain stock and minimum inventory levels.

*

Regular monitoring and expediting of all vendor open repair orders over contract TAT (turn-around-time).

*

Work with Inventory Control, Buyers and other departments to prioritize repair expedites.

*

Support Mat. Cor (Materials Coordinator) and AOG Desk expedites and AOG deliveries.

*

On-going monitoring of component repair vendors’ performance, with necessary follow-ups and issue resolution.

*

Run regular reports from Trax to identify problem vendors or components, inventory levels, TAT delays, etc.

*

Monitor and ensure vendor penalties are tracked, reported and charged to vendors.

*

Produce regular reports from Trax of open component repair orders, critical component follow-ups.

*

Maintain Trax updates and inputs for open component repairs, i.e. cost estimates, estimated completion date, shipping info/AWB# (Airway bill), etc.

*

Maintain and keep update repairable component data in Trax, as required.

*

Work with Inventory Control to make necessary part number updates, inter-changeability, min/max and stock level changes.

*

Produce monthly utilization reports for component power by Hour (PBH) programs and distribution to applicable vendors and Jazz Finance as required.

*

Complete and manage the repair metrics on a monthly basis.

*

Complete/update daily tool report and exception report and send to designated management on a daily basis.

*

Other related duties as assigned.

*

Perform duties in accordance with established policies and procedures while giving primary consideration to personal safety, and the safety of co-workers and customers.

Qualifications:

*

High School diploma is required.

*

Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation or other procurement training is an asset.

*

Minimum 2-years aviation related purchasing experience is required.

*

Strong negotiation skills are required.

*

Must be organized and have the ability to multi-task.

*

Work well in a high-stress environment.

*

Ability to adapt in a rapidly changing environment.

Requisition ID
: YHZ
Component Repair Administrator

Apply by Date: Apr 5, 2018

Primary Location
: CA-NS-Halifax

Schedule
: Full-time

Job Type: Permanent

Shift: Days

Number of Openings
: 1

Basic Purpose of Position:

Carry out the day to day activities, transactions and follow-ups associated with the repair and management of Jazz’s repairable aircraft components and tooling.

Key responsibilities:

*

Detail review and approval of vendor component repair cost estimates and invoicing, along with making the necessary cost adjustments, updates and notes in Trax for each repair.

*

Fully understand and effectively manage vendor component repair contracts, including vendor obligations, TAT (turn-around-time) commitments, penalties, spares support, exchanges and core returns.

*

Ensure appropriate and applicable transport and freight charges are applied per contract terms and method of shipment.

*

Effectively manage and update repairable component notes in Trax to provide clear instructions to Stores and Rotable Coordinators, for RO (repair order) creation, applicable vendor(s), shipping method, shipping charges/accounts, packaging, warranties, pricing, exchange, etc.

*

Initiate as required and support component investigation as a result of technical issues or CID/O&B (customer induced damage / Over & Above) charges, and dispute charges as necessary and appropriate.

*

Work with Jazz Warranty Administrator to ensure applicable vendor or OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) warranty is applied to all repairs, cost estimates and invoicing.

*

Identify re-occurring NFF (No Fault Found) and rogue units and work with maintenance and ISE (In-Service Engineering) to avoid on-going events.

*

Effectively manage scrap replacement and disposition from Trax and AFC/AFD (Approval for Commitment / Authorization for Disposal) generation.

*

Effectively manage and follow up on any loan/borrow components, applicable invoices, exchanges or core returns.

*

Work closely with both Line and Heavy Maintenance Planning Groups to synchronize and ensure spares availability for planned repairable component removals with other scheduled aircraft maintenance.

*

Follow up with stores on units shipped by Vendors but not received by stores.

*

Review stock levels of parts with high repair costs or lead times and source proper outcome (scrap, ship back as is etc).

*

Review and complete all vendor discrepancies in the Trax database.

*

Review and Approve SV (Service orders).

*

Daily monitoring and expediting as required components requirements for aircraft on ground (AOG), Minimum Equipment List (MEL), critical or routine.

*

Weekly monitoring and expediting of open Repair Orders (ROs) as required to maintain stock and minimum inventory levels.

*

Regular monitoring and expediting of all vendor open repair orders over contract TAT (turn-around-time).

*

Work with Inventory Control, Buyers and other departments to prioritize repair expedites.

*

Support Mat. Cor (Materials Coordinator) and AOG Desk expedites and AOG deliveries.

*

On-going monitoring of component repair vendors’ performance, with necessary follow-ups and issue resolution.

*

Run regular reports from Trax to identify problem vendors or components, inventory levels, TAT delays, etc.

*

Monitor and ensure vendor penalties are tracked, reported and charged to vendors.

*

Produce regular reports from Trax of open component repair orders, critical component follow-ups.

*

Maintain Trax updates and inputs for open component repairs, i.e. cost estimates, estimated completion date, shipping info/AWB# (Airway bill), etc.

*

Maintain and keep update repairable component data in Trax, as required.

*

Work with Inventory Control to make necessary part number updates, inter-changeability, min/max and stock level changes.

*

Produce monthly utilization reports for component power by Hour (PBH) programs and distribution to applicable vendors and Jazz Finance as required.

*

Complete and manage the repair metrics on a monthly basis.

*

Complete/update daily tool report and exception report and send to designated management on a daily basis.

*

Other related duties as assigned.

*

Perform duties in accordance with established policies and procedures while giving primary consideration to personal safety, and the safety of co-workers and customers.

Qualifications:

*

High School diploma is required.

*

Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation or other procurement training is an asset.

*

Minimum 2-years aviation related purchasing experience is required.

*

Strong negotiation skills are required.

*

Must be organized and have the ability to multi-task.

*

Work well in a high-stress environment.

*

Ability to adapt in a rapidly changing environment.

Requisition ID
: YHZ
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