Gama Aviation has operations in 45 locations in 17 countries across five continents making it one of the world’s leading aviation services companies. Its services include line and base maintenance, FBO services, engineering design; aircraft management, charter operations, and aviation and ground management systems.
We are well placed to offer you a challenging and rewarding career in an exciting and dynamic industry. This is an opportunity to join a team which has an incredible depth of knowledge as well as the drive to deliver service excellence to our clients across a wide variety of sectors from the military to ultra-high net worth individuals.
We have an immediate opportunity for a Maintenance Controller in Shelton, CT.
As a Maintenance Controller, you are responsible for ensuring aircraft within the Gama operated fleet are maintained in compliance with all regulatory requirements. You are responsible to monitor aircraft, initiate and oversee maintenance events to ensure aircraft are returned to service in a timely and effective manner. You supervise, in an executive capacity, the maintenance and/or alteration of Gama operated aircraft. As the delegate of the aircraft certificate holder’s Director of Maintenance (DOM), execute certain designated functions of the DOM’s office. You are responsible for ensuring compliance with all company policies as outlined in the Gama operating manuals.
·Ensure all out-of-service-for-maintenance aircraft are repaired in a timely manner
·Assign maintenance personnel, including vendors, to perform aircraft repairs and oversee repair efforts and maintain communication on repair status
·Create work packages for scheduled, unscheduled, and Line Maintenance
·Coordinate with maintenance vendors to plan, execute, oversee, and document maintenance events
·Ensure all departments affected by a grounded aircraft are aware of the status of that aircraft
·Review aircraft records and tracking to ensure compliance with maintenance programs
·Work harmoniously with Maintenance Leadership, Flight Operations, maintenance vendors, and all operational entities and personnel
·Ensure proper documentation of the work performed on aircraft prior to approval of the aircraft for return-to-service
·Ensure required aircraft parts are obtained and shipped in a timely manner