The Site Manager-Base MX provides NetJets management oversight and support regarding the assignment and completion of aircraft maintenance by vendors on NetJets aircraft at assigned location(s).The Site Manager-Base MX ensures the completion of aircraft maintenance performed by vendors is in compliance with all applicable Federal, Local, and FAA regulations and meets the requirements of NetJets regulations, policies, and procedures.
MAJOR DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES and ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
60%: Provides management oversight and support of NetJets aircraft maintenance at assigned location ensuring that all maintenance tasks are completed in a timely manner. Ensures that the maintenance performed by the maintenance vendor complies with all FAA regulations and meets NetJets policies, and procedures. Manages and controls the approvals or expenditures related to the maintenance and tasks completed by vendors. Manages and reviews for reasonableness of the invoicing and usage of dedicated labor hours when applicable and ensures all aircraft availability targets are met.
20%: Acts as a liaison between NetJets, the maintenance vendor, FBO providers and other departments internal to NetJets including, but not limited to Maintenance Control, Warranty Finance, Maintenance Planning, Aircraft Refurbishment, Flight Operations, Owner Services, Global Procurement and Security. Management of relationships includes maintaining a professional and effective environment with these vendors.
10%: Manages and reports on vendor performance during routine meetings using metrics and reporting systems as required by NetJets. This may include tracking and recording of performance metrics, dedicated labor and/or invoice expenditures, etc...
5%: Ensures required parts, tooling, and/or expertise for aircraft undergoing maintenance are sourced and that NetJets' computers systems are kept up to date with aircraft maintenance status. Support vendors in finding solutions to issues negatively impacting maintenance production. Track and record task level labor and material requirements for routine maintenance tasks.
5%: Acts proactively to understand evolving business needs and quickly ascertains information to make timely, accurate business decisions.
Associate's Degree Type of Credentials/Licenses: FAA Airframe and Power Plant LicensesRelated Work Experience:
Three or more year's aviation maintenance management experience.
Three or more years experience with turbine powered aircraft and systems.
Working knowledge of aircraft maintenance warranties and/or programs.
Invoicing experience including reviewing and/or disputing charges.
Proficient with MS Office applications.
Experience with maintenance tracking software systems.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
NetJets is an Equal Opportunity Employer