Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM) has grown to become the worlds largest lessor of converted Boeing 767 freighter aircraft. We are the leader in the medium wide-body freighter market that has become the airframe of the e-Commerce and express air cargo networks. We provide efficient and personalized service to customers currently operating or wanting to operate cargo aircraft anywhere around the world. Our mission is to meet the demand of the e-commerce market through our fleet of Boeing 777, Boeing 767, Boeing 757, and Boeing 737 aircraft. In addition, we are adding the Airbus A321-200 to our leasing portfolio for our customers.
Responsible for planning and procuring off wing engine repair material support for CF6-80A/A2, CF6-80C2B6, P&W4000, P&W2037, RB211, JT9D and GTCP331. Forecasts material requirements and costs for engine and APU powerplant units during repair at selected repair facilities. Responsible to source engines.
- Planning and procuring off wing engine repair material support for CF6-80A/A2, CF6-80C2B6, P&W4000, P&W2037, RB211, JT9D and GTCP331
- Forecasting long term material requirements with cost estimates for engine and APU powerplant units during repair
- Source engines available on the market meeting CAM requirements for procurement and submit same for review
- Review/approve shop visit workscopes, evaluate teardown findings based on knowledge of technical processes with an understanding of maintenance program requirements to meet the organization’s goals of safety, compliance, reliability and economics
- Reconcile quotes with final invoices, with authority to make determinations and corrections as necessary to ensure fair and timely processing of invoices
- Audit/research, approve/disapprove historical records and documents for engines and material in service and newly purchased units
- Provide direction to engine maintenance suppliers for material needs during shop visits
- Perform continuous supplier surveillance by reviewing shop visit material charges compared to contract terms