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Aircraft Maintenance and Accountable Manager
The Aircraft Maintenance and Accountable Manager is responsible for all maintenance, inspection, and signing of Part D of the Operations Specifications, and ensuring the constant airworthiness of our operated and managed aircraft under FAR Part 135. This position coordinates daily with flight operations on aircraft availability, flight scheduling and maintenance projections. Ideal candidate will have a minimum 5-years’ experience prioritizing work, servicing, and repairs of aircraft operating under FAR 135. Requires A&P certification, IA preferred. Familiarity with Cessna product line also preferred.
FAA Accountable Manager is responsible to the General Manager. This individual is designated by the certificated repair station and is responsible for and has the authority over all repair station operations conducted under 14 CFR Part 145, including ensuring that repair station personnel follow the regulations. and serving as the primary contact with the FAA.
With respect to 14 CFR the General Manager shall ensure the repair station continues to meet the requirements for providing adequate housing, facilities, equipment, and personnel appropriate to the ratings of the repair station. In addition to the overall duties and responsibilities listed above, the Accountable Manager has the following specific duties:
184.108.40.206Dutiesa. Ensure that all revisions to this manual are coordinated with the FAA.
b. Assist upper management in developing the criteria for hiring personnel for positions responsible
for maintaining, supervising, or inspecting maintenance or alterations of civil aviation articles.
c. Establish the requirements for initial and recurrent training for all personnel involved in the maintenance, preventive maintenance, and/or alteration of civil aviation articles.
d. Is responsible to determine the appropriate action(s) to be taken when deficiencies are discovered or reported.
e. The Accountable Manager and/or Chief Inspector approve work outside the repair station's fixed location as delineated in this manual.
f. Ensure that proper entries are made into maintenance logs & work orders IAW 14 CFR part 43 and Operator/Air Carrier manuals.
g. Act as the liaison with all customers as it relates to Quality Assurance.
The FAA Accountable Manager may delegate any duties and responsibilities of any personnel of the Repair station to qualified persons. However, delegation of duties does not relieve the specified position of their responsibilities under this manual or the CFR.