4 months ago
3rd shift position. Candidate will need to be able to work with minimal supervision on shift and also will need to be able to direct and control maintenance related to other disciplines other than Mechanical systems when needed.
Education and Experience Requirements:
High School Diploma or GED. Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certificate required. Valid Drivers License required for the operation of towing and other Gulfstream transportation equipment. Five (5) years aviation maintenance experience with advanced knowledge of inspection and heavy maintenance of mid/large-size aircraft. See Other Requirements.
Plan and coordinate all mechanical system activities and provide daily information on aircraft testing status and schedule impacts. Coordinate manpower requirements in support of all maintenance tasks, systems testing, discrepancy resolution, aircraft protection and flight tests.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential Functions: 1. Plan, schedule and complete tasks in order to meet service/delivery schedules. 2. Assist management, as required, with supervision and instruction of aircraft technicians in proper procedures and techniques of trouble shooting airframe and engine systems, routine inspections and preventive maintenance. Assist with performance appraisal of subordinates. 3. Assess strengths and weaknesses of subordinates. Apply strengths for maximum job efficiency and provide guidance and growth opportunities to reinforce developmental areas. Provide diverse learning opportunities. 4. Ensure all required components are ordered for timely availability. Send items out for rework/repair as needed. Receive and inspect upon return. Perform engine runs on aircraft as required. 5. Maintain a current knowledge of Aircraft Service Changes (ASCs), Customer Bulletins, inspection schedule requirements, vendor information and all other procedures, publications and general knowledge pertaining to aircraft maintenance and servicing. 6. Perform required periodic maintenance and necessary servicing of all aircraft mechanical systems. Must demonstrate the ability to consistently perform assigned maintenance tasks within the quoted or standard CMP time. 7. Perform post and pre-flight inspection and trouble shoot mechanical malfunctions such as fluid leaks and minor structural damage. 8. Follow standard operating procedures when operating ground support equipment, such as power supply, hydraulic rig, nitrogen filler cart, and oxygen service cart. Operate and supervise use of special support equipment used in removal and installation of major components. 9. Assist in maintaining work schedules and updating of CMP cards. Review work, including forms and records, to ensure compliance with Gulfstream Repair Station procedures and FAA Airworthiness Standards. 10. Review daily job charging to ensure accuracy of charges to aircraft.
Additional Functions: 1. Apply 6S and Lean Initiatives to maintain good housekeeping and safety in all areas to include hangars, break areas, and offices. 2. Help develop goals for subordinates and Support the company OGSM at the floor level. 3. Perform other duties as assigned.
Other Requirements: 1. Advanced knowledge of inspection and heavy maintenance (i.e Aircraft component removal and installation, flight control rigging, engine removal, installation, rigging, schedule and unscheduled inspections, and major or minor sheetmetal/structural repairs or alterations). 2. Advanced working knowledge of pertinent technical reference materials (maintenance manuals, IPCs and structural repair manuals, service bulletins, Airworthiness Directives, etc.).
Languages Required (in addition to English): English
Requisition Number: 82683
Category: Service Center
Percentage of Travel: None
Employment Type: Full-time
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