American Airlines is seeking candidates for a full-time Maintenance Control Technician position to work at Tulsa Maintenance Base. Comprehensive Benefit Package provided and airline travel privileges at an hourly rate of $28.39 with $5.00 A/P license premium, per hour ; $2.55 Line Premium, per hour ; and $1.55 MCT Premium, per hour.
A Maintenance Control Technician provides technical direction to the Aircraft Maintenance Organization. Analyzes aircraft structural, mechanical, electrical, electronic, avionics, and power plant system problems, and makes recommendations for corrective actions by providing oral and written instructions through Action To Be Taken (ATBT) entered into Field Maintenance Reliability (FMR). Debriefs flight crews and maintenance on in-flight and post-flight discrepancies. Coordinates technical information to flight crews during in-flight operations utilizing approved means including ARINC, SATCOM, ACARS, company frequencies or other approved means. Reviews aircraft log records, and analyzes all available information for the performance/condition of an aircraft system component, or the On Wing management programs or Engines and Auxiliary Power Plant Units (APR). Recommends that functional tests are conducted for indications and causes of equipment malfunctions. Coordinates findings with appropriate personnel to resolve maintenance problems. Coordinates parts movement and manpower required for field trips to facilitate the timely repair of out-of-service aircraft. Travels to aircraft or station to provide on-site assistance and guidance in the detection and recommended repair action to be taken to return the aircraft to service when necessary. Interprets, issues, closes, and assists in controlling the use of the Minimum Equipment List (MEL), Configuration Deviation List (CDL), and Priority Deviation List (PDL). Monitors to ensure compliance with procedures prior to the dispatch of an aircraft. Monitors fleet reliability through Field Maintenance Reliability (FMR). Detects and eliminates repeat aircraft discrepancies through Repeat Control and issues oral instructions and written instructions as defined in the appropriate manuals. Receives assignments from management. Works according to FAA and Company Regulations and complies with procedures in all applicable manuals. Communicates with other Company personnel as required in a manner designated by the Company. Writes and updates all ATBTs for all MEL, CDL, and PDL items.
* Travel to the interview and any subsequent relocation expenses are the responsibility of the candidate.
- High School diploma or GED
- Applicable valid drivers license as required by local authorities
- F.A.A. Airframe and Powerplant license
- Minimum five (5) years Aviation Maintenance Technician experience or equivalent
- Knowledge of Minimum Equipment List (MEL), Extended Twin Operations (ETOPS) preferred
- Ability to work rotating shifts including weekends, holidays, and days-off
- Work overtime on short notice or when operationally necessary
- Ability to travel on short notice
- Ability to read, write, fluently speak and understand the English language
- Must fulfill FAA criminal background checks to qualify for unescorted access privileges to airport security identification display areas (SIDA)
- Must be able to secure appropriate airport authority and/or US Customs security badges
American Airlines - 23 months ago
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