Support the development and administration of Aircraft reliability and Aircraft maintenance programs
Gather, analyze, and report Aircraft system and component reliability data and trends from Maintenance records, OEMs, shop reports, and operational statistics.
Act as a liaison with Aircraft manufacturers, Aircraft component suppliers and contract agencies to ensure all technical aspects of the maintenance program are met.
Develop recommendations for Aircraft operational reliablity improvement, operating cost reduction, and reliability enhancement for aircraft components and systems based upon analysis of reliability data.
Bachelors degree in Engineering or equivalent scientific discipline from an accredited university is required.
Must have a thorough knowledge of aviation maintenance practices.
Must have at least five years experience in aviation maintenance, reliability engineering or statistical analysis.
Knowledge of air carrier aircraft maintenance programs desired.
Must have a demonstrated familiarity with FAR Part 121 and part 145 operations and AC 121-17A.
Good oral and written communications and interpersonal skills are absolutely essential.
Computer literacy is required.
Must be able to confidently and professionally represent HA to Federal authorities and the industry.
Must possess strong organizational and prioritization skills.
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