Return to Service Specialist
NetJets Inc. •
Ensures that all necessary documents pertaining to the release of an aircraft from a scheduled or unscheduled maintenance visit are reviewed and meet Federal Regulations and NJA's General Maintenance Manual. Verify individuals performing maintenance are approved and have appropriate rating(s) for the work being performed. Perform updates to the NJA Computerized Tracking System (MXi) for Inspections and component replacement.
The RTS Specialist is responsible to the RTS Supervisor for the day to day operation and any issues they encounter.
20%: Ensures that NetJets America (NJA) remains compliant with regulations when maintenance providers are performing inspections, component replacement etc. on NJA aircraft. Ensure General Maintenance Manual requirements for aircraft undergoing scheduled or unscheduled maintenance visits are followed. Verify proper documentation is received and reviewed for scheduled or unscheduled maintenance performed by Maintenance Providers on aircraft, and that all documentation meets NJA 14 CFR 135 General Maintenance Manual requirements.
25%: Ensures compliance with applicable Company policies/procedures as outlined in the NJA Fleet Approved Aircraft Inspection Programs (AAIP's) and Continuous Inspection Program (CIP) for scheduled or unscheduled Maintenance. Ensures maintenance providers performing Airworthiness Release per CFR §135.443(b)(3) for aircraft having 10 or more seats are appropriately rated. Ensures that the signature of the individual performing the Airworthiness Release is verified to be current by reviewing the Airworthiness Release authorization roster.
25%: Regulatory Compliance-ensure that maintenance documentation is accurately entered into the Maintenance Tracking system to include discrepancies, and part transactions. Critical Review, ensure that all time tracked components and scheduled inspection items are reviewed, edited and are tracking properly in the maintenance Computerized Tracking System per CFR §135.439(a)(2) prior to aircraft release from a scheduled or unscheduled maintenance visit. Ensures that maintenance providers performing Required Inspection Items (RII) per CFR §135.429(a), are authorized to do so. Ensures that the signature of the individual performing an RII's inspection is verified by reviewing the RII Authorization list.
20%: Ensures OCF lines are in IJET and aircraft are released only when all documentation is received, reviewed and approved. Ensures weight and balance documentation is reviewed and forwarded to the proper departments for updates to IJET. If requested, will travel to NetJets designated Maintenance Providers' Facilities to observe maintenance on Company aircraft, act as a liaison to the RTS Department, and ensure maintenance documentation is complete and/or corrected before it is sent to the Return to Service Department.
10%: Maintains a professional relationship and open lines of communication with the NetJets contracted Consultants and OEM Representatives. Travel when needed to NetJets designated Maintenance Providers' Facilities to observe maintenance on Company aircraft, act as a liaison to the RTS Department, and ensure maintenance documentation is complete and correct before it is sent to the Return to Service Department.
Education Level: High School Graduate
Type of Credentials/Licenses: FAA Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic Certificate
Related Work Experience: 6-10 years
Minimum of 2 yrs Aircraft QC Inspection, Aircraft Fleet Management, or Aircraft Maintenance Controller.At least 4 yrs Aircraft Technician experience in line maintenance and heavy maintenance or Aircraft Technician with a corporate operator.
**Positions are available at both the Textron facility and the Bombardier facility at ICT**
**TO APPLY: Please visit our careers page at: https://www.netjets.com/careers, req #2284**
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