BA or BS in engineering or program management discipline. Masters degree in management preferred. Must have a good working knowledge of all computer applications.
Master’s Degree in management preferred.
Must have at least 15 years supervisory experience managing aviation maintenance and modification programs.
Must have experience with logistical life cycle contracts and the material planning requirements of multiple aircraft. Experience negotiating contract requirements and vendor selection with major OEM’s for production of Aircraft and parts procurement.
Must have prior management experience in directing maintenance and modification programs of military aircraft.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Manages all facets of aircraft maintenance, personnel and resources, equipment associated with the contract. Ensures that all aircraft inspection procedures, maintenance practices, standards, and records comply with all U.S. Army Aviation, FAA, TAMMS, GAL, and Military regulations.
2. Responsible for the oversight, guidance, and counseling of all section managers, ensuring that managers are conducting productive and positive oversight of their sections.
3. Provides aircraft maintenance and related activity reporting and processes to include: collecting, combining, and presenting reports; developing and submitting monthly contract deliverables (CDRL); developing and maintaining aircraft maintenance and logistics and determining maintenance personnel requirements based on present and projected workloads.
4. Responsible for the management and the supervision of maintenance activities to include phase inspections, modifications and repair of aircraft and aircraft structures, engines, and accessories. Ensures aircraft are maintained to airworthiness standards prescribed by applicable regulations, technical manuals, airworthiness directives, and good maintenance practices.
5. Manages the scheduled maintenance forecasting and planning for assets in support of mission requirements, the flying-hour program, and the bank time goals. Considers all factors that affect workflow, such as location of equipment and facilities, tools and tool control, supplies and logistical constraints, job requirements and technician skill sets.
6. Provides program over site and direction over maintenance support functions which include logistics, quality control, shops and information technology.
7. Develops primary and recurring training for all contract personnel to ensure that they are trained on new model aircraft before being assigned to duties on those aircraft.
8. Monitors the deployment execution and providing procedural guidance when necessary.
9. May delegate authority and functions to other personnel but must retain responsibility for all assigned personnel.