The Maintenance Supervisor manages Lead and AMT crews, all aspects of aircraft, facilities, components and equipment maintenance.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Responsible for the maintenance and preventive maintenance of facilities, aircraft, components and equipment.
Determines airworthiness of aircraft and components IAW established procedures and Federal Aviation Regulations.
Demonstrate the maturity, judgment, and analytical ability to perform all aspects of aircraft maintenance, preventive maintenance on company aircraft.
Provide guidance and direction to all leads and mechanics concerning the completion of work assignments, company policy and procedures, on-the-job instruction to the assigned group in related technical information job procedures, safety and general shop and hangar practices.
Ensure that the quantity and quality of maintenance personnel are maintained to complete the assigned duties of their area of responsibility.
Performs additional functions as may be assigned from time to time.
Requires contact with management staff and business relationships within the organization.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS
Ability to use ladders, work stands, lifts, etc. and be able to work on all areas of the aircraft that may require access during performance of duties.
Ability to lift, carry or move aircraft components weighing up to 50 lb.
TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS
Work is performed at airports/outstations, and various repair and material vendors.
Airport and ramp conditions may be noisy recommend use of personal protective equipment and requires an awareness of surroundings to prevent slips, falls, etc, in and around maintenance/airline equipment.