PENDING CONTRACT AWARD
The Site Supervisor will be the single primary interface for overseas contract in Middle East/Southwest Asia providing Organizational “O” Level Maintenance Support for assigned rotary-wing aircraft. Provides aviation maintenance requirements to enable its customer to complete its assigned missions. Supervise day-to-day organizational-level support maintenance in accordance with (IAW) the scope of the Performance Work Statement (PWS). Coordinate and manage technical and administrative operations and all other aspects of support program to ensure timely availability of weapon systems to meet specified operational requirements. Ensure Contractor Maintenance Services (CMS) meet or exceed contract performance requirements. Provide expertise and advice on technical and logistical matters and the effective use of CMS efforts. Coordinate maintenance program IAW all applicable maintenance management documents and directives.
Additionally performs duties as Maintenance Test Pilot (MTP), Rotary Wing: Maintenance test pilots shall be proficient in flying operations of the rotary wing helicopters they are assigned. Maintenance test pilots shall possess a current, valid Agency or FAA Second Class Medical Certificate. Annual renewals of Medical Certificates shall be the responsibility of the individual. Maintenance test pilots shall possess an instrument rating on their FAA Commercial Certificates. Test Pilots shall demonstrate instrument task proficiency on the annual flight evaluation conducted by flight detachment Evaluators. Maintenance test pilots shall undergo and successfully complete initially and annually thereafter during their birth months, an Agency or FAA second class flight physical. Maintenance test pilots shall not perform flight duties when ill, after receiving medical treatment that may impair physical abilities required for flight or after receiving drugs from a civilian physician until properly cleared by an Agency Flight Surgeon or equivalent. Maintenance test pilots shall undergo an annual flight evaluation. These evaluations will be conducted by both an Instructor Pilot (IP) and Maintenance Test Flight Evaluator (MTFE), qualified in Mission, Type, and Design Series (MDS) and will ensure that all Aircrew Training Manual (ATM) tasks required for assigned flight duties are accomplished, i.e., non-tactical base tasks and maintenance test pilot (MTP) tasks are evaluated IAW the appropriate ATM.
- Directly responsible and accountable to Director of Quality for site level Quality Program Management.
- Directly responsible and accountable to Corporate Program Manager and Director of Quality for site level Safety Program Management.
- Provides oversight of Production Control.
- Performs Safety of Flight qualifications and Safe for Flight (SFF) duties.
- Performs duties as primary interface with Customer and submits required reports accordingly.
- Performs duties as primary interface with Corporate CFT Program Manager and submits required reports accordingly.
- Performs duties as primary interface with Corporate Director of Quality and submits required reports accordingly.
- Provides local oversight of Quality Management System (QMS), training and safety programs.
- Audits site to ensure compliance with QMS and safety requirements.
- Accountable for assigned Company and Customer Owned Property and Equipment.
- Documents work performed on appropriate forms, electronic database and definitive sheets, as required.
- Performs Maintenance Test Flights (MTFs)/Functional Check Flights (FCFs) to ensure airworthiness and warranty standards are maintained.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Extensive knowledge of Army Aviation Maintenance with a minimum of 20 years’ experience and 10 years’ experience supporting OH-58D and/or OH-6 aircraft.
- Eight years as a Maintenance Officer responsible for Army Aviation Maintenance with a minimum 8 years of experience supervising aircraft maintenance support requirements or civilian equivalents.
- FAA Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)
- FAA Airframe & Powerplant certification
- Extensive knowledge of Aviation Maintenance with a minimum of 8 years’ experience.
- A minimum of 5 years as a Maintenance Officer responsible for Army Aviation Maintenance Program with a minimum 5 years of experience supervising aircraft maintenance support requirements or civilian equivalents.
- Pilots shall have successfully completed US Army Aircraft Maintenance Officers Course Phase I / II or equivalent and shall have flown a minimum of 50 flight hours performing MTP duties.
- Maintenance test pilots shall possess an instrument rating on their FAA Commercial Certificates.
- Maintenance test pilots shall possess a current, valid Agency or FAA Second Class Medical Certificate.
- Site Supervisor shall possess required training, qualifications, proficiency, and security clearances and satisfy all access requirements prior to commencement of work.
Employment is contingent on a) your ability to provide appropriate proof of your identity and eligibility to work in the United States; (b) your references and any background check being satisfactory to the Company; (c) you successfully passing a pre-employment drug test; (d) your ability to provide proof of COVID vaccination status, (e) your ability to get a required clearance by your effective start date, if needed, and (f) KAI commencing performance on this contract.