Air Wisconsin Airlines is excited to offer up to $15,000 in bonuses for any new Maintenance Controllers!
Air Wisconsin Maintenance Controllers serve as the central coordination point for the airline’s technical operations. Maintenance Controllers utilize their knowledge of aircraft systems, mechanical experience, and good judgment to ensure safe and airworthy aircraft are made available to the flight operation in the most efficient manner possible. They also serve as the primary point of contact within the company for matters related to aircraft servicing.
Essential Job Functions
- Responsible for ensuring safe and airworthy aircraft are available for scheduled flight operations.
- Directs contingency maintenance activity during flight operations.
- Utilizes both company and non-company maintenance personnel to provide required maintenance services.
- Interface with Dispatch, Flight Operations, and Crew Services groups to maximize operational efficiency.
- Coordinates and tracks line maintenance scheduling and workload planning.
- Administers and controls use of aircraft Minimum Equipment List (MEL) and Configuration Deviation List (CDL).
- Prepares Special Flight Permits (Maintenance Ferry Flights).Creates and maintains operational reports.
- Attendance is considered an essential responsibility.*
- Adherence to all company policies and procedures.*
Operating as a regional airline in the United States, Air Wisconsin Airlines performs flying services as a partner with United Airlines. Currently operating a fleet of CRJ-200 regional jets as United Express, Air Wisconsin Airlines operates throughout the Eastern and Central United States. Air Wisconsin's team is made up of around 1,800 members dedicated to making our travelers’ experiences safe and pleasant.