The Aircraft Import Support Specialist reports directly to the Manager, Aircraft Fleet Group.
- Problem Solving
- Project Management
- Attention to Detail
Key Performance Indicators / Duties & Responsibilities
- Quality Control review of aircraft dirty fingerprint records for the purpose of aircraft acquisitions.
- Ensure correct tracking and control of the applicable Maintenance Schedule Approval(s) (MSA), STCs and Airworthiness Directives of imported aircraft into the Maintenance computer system.
- Support of implementation of new ICAs into maintenance program.
- Records review for tracking of all airworthiness limitations for aircraft acquisitions.
- Airworthiness Directive implementation into the maintenance program of new fleet types.
- Support for maintenance program change form implementation.
- Support for Implementation of new aircraft to the computerized maintenance tracking system.
- Responsible for compliance to all Company policies and procedures.
- Ensure safety procedures are adhered to.
- Apply and model the company values teamwork, quality, philosophy of employee relations.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Aircraft maintenance programs and/or Quality Assurance experience for an airline.
- Demonstrated knowledge of the aircraft acquisitions and import process.
- Demonstrated ability to work well with other individuals throughout the organization.
- Currently holder of an AME-M2, AME-S, or AME-E license is an asset.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Minimum 5 years of experience working in aircraft maintenance.
- Minimum 2 years of experience working within Aircraft Maintenance Tracking Programs.
- Past aircraft import experience is an asset.
Regional 1 is dedicated to, and prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate and welcome the diversity of all of our employees. Regional 1 has specific policies in place to prevent discrimination in our hiring practices on the basis of the protected grounds dictated by Canadian legislation. We therefore encourage applications from qualified Aboriginal Canadians, persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities and women.
In order to be in compliance with the law, employees must be legally eligible to work in Canada.
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