The Manager, Reliability is responsible for providing analysis of data, alternatives, recommendations implementation plans, and oversight of maintenance initiatives which are intended to improve operational safety, regulatory compliance, fleet equipment reliability and reduce operating costs.
Responsible for leading the reliability team in applying best maintenance practices to conduct incident investigation,
Cause” failure analysis, identify chronic maintenance issues and provide preventative/predictive maintenance recommendations to maintenance engineering staff.
Serves as Liaison to the FAA on matters concerning HAL maintenance reliability program.
1. Manages reliability programs for all aircraft fleets.
2. Conducts cost benefit analysis of aircraft systems improvements, supervise the development of key maintenance improvement initiatives, present recommendations to engineering and senior leadership.
3. Assist in the investigations of operational incidents/occurrences, provide support in the development of corrective and preventative actions.
4. Support the development of preventative and predictive maintenance schedules, procedures and repair programs that affect safety, reliability and efficiency.
5. Lead maintenance improvement initiatives identified through root cause failure analysis data/metrics.
6. Manages the development and preparation of key reliability metrics and analysis made available through local maintenance and engineering software programs. Support individual Departments with required cost/benefit data.
7. Ensures that all projects within departmental control are completed on time and within budget.
8. Administers the production of the monthly Maintenance and Engineering Department aircraft reliability performance and data analysis surveillance report.
9. Serves as permanent member of the Aircraft Reliability and Power plant Review Boards.
10. Supervises Safety Management System (SMS) analysts responsible for providing reactive safety analysis, identification of safety hazards, and performing safety risk assessment of Operational Departments.
11. Supervises assigned Reliability personnel.
12. Performs additional duties and responsibilities assigned by the Manager, Quality Audit and Aircraft programs.
Bachelors degree in Engineering or equivalent scientific discipline from an accredited university is required. A Masters degree is preferred.
Must have a thorough knowledge of aviation maintenance practices.
Must have at least ten years' experience in aviation maintenance, reliability engineering or statistical analysis.
Must have a proven record of people development and leadership skills.
Must have a demonstrated familiarity with FAR Part 121 and part 145 operations.
Good oral and written communications and interpersonal skills are absolutely essential.
Computer literacy is required.
Must be able to confidently and professionally represent HA to Federal authorities and the industry.
Must possess strong organizational and prioritization skills.
Luaus, leis, and lazing in the sun -- Hawaiian Holdings knows how to get you there. The company's main subsidiary, Hawaiian Airlines,...