Description *This position is contingent upon contract award.* Position Description The Site Supervisor Senior will be the single interface for the entire Customer for maintenance, supply, and logistics efforts in support of the program contract.
Manage day-to-day program support including maintenance and logistic support (supply, training, facilities, support equipment, etc.).
Coordinate and manage the technical and administrative operations and all other aspects of the program to ensure timely availability of program deliverables to meet specified operational requirements.
Provide expertise and advice to the Customer and his staff on system, technical, and logistics matters and the effective use of CMS efforts.
Provide assistance, technical expertise, and training to customer officers, enlisted personnel, and civilians in the support of program.
Coordinate the program in accordance with Customer Contract and DynCorp Policy and Procedures
Support OJT and cross training of customer personnel according to the contract and request
Qualifications and Skills Requirements
Interpersonal skills necessary to lead, coach, and mentor others toward a desired outcome.
Ability to develop and accomplish independent work plans, clearly defining objectives.
Ability to coordinate and lead complex projects.
Skill in working independently and following through on assignments.
Proven expertise in aviation system maintenance/logistic support.
Ability to coordinate material, information, and/or people in a systematic way to optimize efficiency and minimize duplication of effort.
Knowledge of Safety standards and general experience in dealing with environmental issues.
Must have at least 10 years of aviation management experience
Must have a Final Secret clearance
Experience and Education
Bachelor’s degree in business management or engineering; Five (5) year’s experience in related field can be substituted for each year of the four (4) years of college.
Extensive experience in Aviation Maintenance Program Management and a minimum of 12 years work experience in the fields of aviation systems, organizational or intermediate maintenance activity support management and supply with a minimum of 2 years supporting aircraft.
Self-directed team player with a minimum of 5 years experience leading aircraft maintenance quality organizations with demonstrated results.
A minimum of 7 years as a Maintenance Officer responsible for system maintenance/logistic support.
A minimum of 6 years experience supervising aviation system logistic support requirements.
Experience in aviation system program support to include a minimum of 3 years experience in supporting Foreign Military Sales aircraft, airborne weapons, or support equipment.
Eight to ten years experience in related field (e.g., EHS & Quality).
Minimum of 5 years experience in military planning and aviation operations.