Vertex Aerospace - CBA Production Control Coordinator
Vertex Aerospace •
Supervises and manages “I” Level aircraft maintenance and resources, detects trends, predicts maintenance and supply requirements, controls scheduling of maintenance and oversees the maintenance effort of component repair, GSE and I Level structures to include manning requirements, and aircraft maintenance in support of division goals, objectives and performance standards.
Must have extensive knowledge and experience in “I” Level maintenance supervision and managing aircraft maintenance. Possess a strong background in maintenance scheduling and control systems, techniques and ICRL procedures. Have the ability to determine manning requirements, detect trends and predict maintenance and supply requirements. Must have an extensive working knowledge of Naval Aviation Maintenance, Quality Assurance and CNAF 4790.2 and 3750.6 series instructions. Must have excellent communication skills.
Must be customer oriented.
Ensures timely completion of all maintenance, inspections and recording accuracy of source documents.
Manages daily operating situations and plan work of personnel engaged in production control, component repair, structures, GSE, ALSS and Propulsion (includes IMP and Mod Programs).
Coordinates maintenance scheduling and control systems.
Coordinates work schedules, job priorities, employee certifications and assets to assure the timely and economical completion of all work.
Ensures accomplishment of inspections, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, and repair of aircraft and equipment.
Ensures compliance with safety practices and proper emergency procedures.
Detects trends and predict maintenance and supply requirements.
Enforces and exercises continuous awareness of the maintenance effort in compliance with the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, RA, and local maintenance instructions.
Prepares daily and weekly status reports for input into the Program Management Office.
Provides guidance, training and counseling of personnel in support of aircraft scheduling, maintenance and control.
Provides courteous interface with Navy counterparts and RA/RASS employees.
Performs other related duties as required.
Maintains cleanliness of the work center.
Complies with Foreign Object Damage (FOD), Hazardous Waste, and Tool Control programs.
Complies with all established general and industrial safety rules and regulations as applicable to the contract, facilities and job assignment.
Assists as directed to ensure safety, security, and preserva¬tion of Government owned and company owned equipment.
May be required to perform off-site service on assigned detachments.
Completion of high school or equivalent. Specialized training or equivalent experience in maintenance control, administration and quality assurance.
In the past 10 years, must have three years general experience and three years specialized experience in aircraft maintenance, three years of which were in a supervisory maintenance/maintenance control position. Must have at least two years supervising a minimum of 20 people in performance of aircraft maintenance or comparable military experience.
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