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Aircraft Maintenance Controller
REPORTS TO: Director of Maintenance
LOCATION: Miami Florida, Miami Int’l Airport MIA building 706
21 Air LLC is actively is looking to incorporate to its team an experienced hard-working and dedicated , Aircraft Maintenance Controller to help us perform inspections as required by the FAA in a FAR 145 environment.
Plan, organize, direct, coordinate, control and influence a multi-functional organization for Maintenance Control to ensure activities are accomplished in accordance with company policies, FARs, company and OEM Maintenance Programs and other governmental regulations
Coordinate and work hand in hand with the parts division to administer timely ordering and shipment of aircraft parts and equipment to support out of service aircraft
Permanently monitor aircraft status and take appropriate action when necessary.
Coordinate with Dispatchers concerning MCC/OCC issues and maintenance problems that affect releasing of aircraft and daily operations.
Monitor and control all Maintenance Reliability Reports provided by MCC personnel and equipment
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Prior experience on the following airframes:
• B767-200 ERSF , B767-300 F
• Experience with ………………… software
• Communication proficiency
• Mechanical capacity
• Teamwork oriented
• Time Management
• Work Environment
The CASS Manager is responsible to the Director of Quality for the administration of the reliability program. The Manager must hold a valid MP certificate and have at least 3 years experience as a Mechanic on transport category aircraft. The CASS Manager should have training or experience in systems analysis, auditing, risk assessment and management, root cause analysis and human factors and have a working knowledge of the CASS process. Duties and responsibilities are: Responsible for the development, analysis and evaluation of information relating to aircraft, engines, and components in accordance with the 21 Air CASS Manual. Collect and prepare monthly reliability report aspart of the CASS program (required CASS Team member). Validates aircraft flight times and cycles entered into the maintenance tracking and forecasting computer program. Reviews and investigates pertinent data pertaining to aircraft, engines and component reliability. Provides technical evaluation and recommendations to resolve adverse trends and chronic maintenance problems. Review vendor and shop component findings, as necessary, to detect adverse reliability trends.
- Performs reviews and inspections of log pages and completed maintenance work packages.
- Periodically review the maintenance duty time roster to ensure compliance with FAR 121.377
- Audits as necessary per 21 Air CASS Manual. When audits are performed on the Training or Quality Departments per the Internal Evaluation Program (IEP) Manual, the CASS Manager will report to the Director, Safety and Regulatory Compliance.
- An Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP) and Multi-Engine Land Rating; and Flying Experience1,500 hours total pilot time, and
- an FAA First Class Medical Certificate, and
- a simulator evaluation (can be waived by the Company)
- An Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP) and Multi-Engine Land Rating, and
- 5,000 hours of total pilot time or twenty-four (24) months of pilot experience on Company aircraft, or 500 hours of pilot time with the Company, in Type, but not less than 2,500 hours of total pilot time, including 1,000 hours of air carrier operations either as a First Officer in Part 121 operations or as a Captain in fractional ownership turbojet operations, Part 135 turbojet, commuter, or 10 or more passenger seat operations, or combination thereof. These requirements may be waived, by the Company, according to the Company’s needs, and
- An FAA First Class Medical Certificate.