Aviation Director of Maintenance
Posted on: November 19, 2021
The Director of Maintenance of the Part 145 space is responsible
to the FAA owner for all tasks assigned by the FAA Accountable
Manager for the performance of aircraft inspection programs,
repairs, overhauls, alterations, maintenance, and preventative
maintenance by repair station personnel. The position is also
responsible for full compliance with all procedures outlined in the
QC Manual section III as appropriate to any item/article being
inspected, maintained, repaired, overhauled, or altered by the
Repair Station.Essential Functions:
- Planning, coordinating and directing the Leads and Technicians
assigned to them in the performance of maintenance and alterations
on the aircraft and components.
- Maintaining an open line of communication with the customer to
ensure all relevant information is provided to the customer as it
relates to the successful completion of the work scope on the
aircraft or component.
- The planning, direction, and coordination of activities within
the Maintenance Department and the planning of its activities in
conjunction with other departments as required.
- Establish safety standards and ensuring adequate safety
precautions are observed and adhered to.
- Identifying, controlling, segregating, and maintaining all
precision tools and test equipment to a serviceable or
unserviceable category as designated by the Chief Inspector.
- Ensure that all personnel under their supervision perform
- Ensure all applicable maintenance entries on maintenance forms,
Work Orders, and Inspection forms used by the Repair Station are
properly executed and completed in accordance with the procedures
of the Repair Station/Quality Control Manual?s by the responsible
lead technician, before an aircraft is submitted for final
inspection to a Quality Control Inspector.
- Performs any and all other tasks assigned by the FAA
- Performs all other duties outlined in the CFR 145 Repair
Station Manual.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledgeable in all aspects of the Repair Station Manual,
Repair Station Quality Manual, and Repair Station Training
- Knowledgeable of GMM and portions of the GOM relevant to
- Knowledgeable in maintenance requirements pertaining to the FAR
Part 145 and other applicable regulations necessary for the proper
performance of duties.
- Sufficient training in software and programs necessary to
ensure regulatory compliance (CAMP).
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and prioritize
duties based on immediate need.
- Possess polished and professional interpersonal skills with a
customer-oriented mindset.Required Qualifications:
- 5-10 years of experience as an aircraft mechanic, minimum of 5
years of specific aircraft type experience with factory training,
airframe and powerplant certificate required.
- 5+ years experience in P135 and/or P145 operations.
- 5 years minimum experience in management role.To be considered,
please apply with a resume. If you have any other questions or wish
to discuss any other Aviation positions, reach out to Sidnie Foster
with Gpac at 605.705.6226 or email@example.com.All qualified
applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, age,
color, sex (including pregnancy), religion, national origin,
disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status,
military status, genetic information, or any other status protected
by applicable laws or regulations.GPAC (Growing People and
Companies) is an award-winning search firm specializing in placing
quality professionals within multiple industries across the United
States for the past 31 years. We are extremely competitive,
client-focused and realize that our value is in our ability to
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