The Manager-Line Maintenance reports to the General Manager of Base/Line Maintenance and responsible for the overall maintenance activity of the Line Operation, including but not limited to:
Develop shift schedules that are properly aligned with the flight schedules and workloads, to ensure adequate coverage, including the oversight of all mechanic vacations and holidays.
Oversee the scheduling of all the mechanics to attend required formal training courses and make recommendations to the GM of Base/Line maintenance for any additional training requirements that may be needed.
Monitor the proper completion of all maintenance forms, parts tags, logbook entries and Trax entries for the base activity.
Monitor and manage overtime.
Make sure all tooling and materials need to perform maintenance are available to the mechanics.
Ability to coach and council effectively.
All other duties as assigned or required.
High School Diploma or GED
Airframe and PowerPlant (A&P) license
Two years experience in a scheduled airline line maintenance operation as an A&P mechanic
Two years experience in a supervisory/management position
Maintenance-qualified on all ExpressJet fleet types
Good working knowledge and experience in aircraft systems and Federal Air Regulations, including MELs and Company SOPs
Ability to communicate both orally and in writing with all affected personnel
Thorough knowledge of Company SOPs and GMM
Ability to make decisions under stressful conditions that affect airworthiness and on-time performance
Valid drivers license
Ability to couch and council effectively
Able to work outside normal work hours
Degree in Aviation Technology Management
Graduate of an FAA-approved Aviation Technical School
PC experience with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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