The Director of Maintenance is responsible to the General Manager for the economical and efficient accomplishment of all maintenance functions for Integrated Aviation Systems and the repair station in order to provide an airworthy, reliable and clean aircraft to the customer. The DOM assists and coordinates with other departments regarding the scheduling of aircraft maintenance and personnel activities.
1. Planning of complete maintenance project for each aircraft on the hangar floor and the breakdown of the project to generate work flow directives for the maintenance team from the beginning to the end of the project to effectively increase productivity, quality and to reduce the cost and down time of the project.
2. Strong maintenance and managerial skills for project breakdown to include generation of work cards, evaluation of man hours, allocation of work to maintenance floor, assessment of projected man hours and evaluation of actual man hours required to complete the project is highly desirable.
3. Generate weekly work flow for entire work card maintenance for the project. Required to delegate to the leads on the hangar floor for maintenance work, coordination with parts department for the parts and material as well as coordination with the accessories department for the components required for each segment of the work flow.
4. Must be a DOM from strong maintenance background on Turbo Prop aircraft either in base and line maintenance with excellent hands on work capability in troubleshooting, engine rigging, engine performance ground run, HOT Section Inspection of small, mid and large Turbo Prop aircraft is highly desirable for this role.
5. Experience working on De Havilland Twin Otter DHC-6-All series would be highly recommended.
6. Experience working on ATR-42/72, EMB-120, King Air 90/100/200/300 and Beechcraft 99/1900 airliner series would be an added advantage.
7. Oversee implementation of the workflow for a new MRO IT system pertaining to the maintenance department.
8. Ensure that all maintenance functions are documented in detail with current technical data, parts. material traceability and in compliance with Company/or federal rules and regulations.
9. Ensure all managers and supervisors in each function related to the maintenance department are highly trained and effective. The DOM will provide recommendations to correct deficiencies in this area and advice for any follow-up training needed.
- 8-12 years of aircraft maintenance/repair experience with DHC-6-All series, ATR-42/72, EMB-120, King Air 90/100/200/300 and Beechcraft 99/1900 airliner series
- 5 years of aircraft maintenance team leadership
- Be able to obtain and maintain a US Passport
- Possess a valid driver’s license
- Valid A&P License required
- IA License preferred
- Must be able to operate efficiently in a high stress environment
- Able to lift 50 lbs
- Able to climb and work off of aircraft stands and compartments
- Knowledge of Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Processes and Systems
- Knowledge of maintenance and engineering tracking systems and ability to utilize such software to the full extent.
Indeed - 2 years ago
Aviation maintenance company specializing in DeHavilland DHC-6 aircraft and other Turbo Prop aircrafts.