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Chief Maintenance Controller Inspector
The Chief Maintenance Controller Inspector (CMCI) will lead in the planning, reporting, and authorization of the quality control duties. The CMCI will provide the strategic guidance, technical advice, leadership, and service support necessary to achieve these objectives.
The CMCI will be expected to conduct him/herself in a professional and ethical manner at all times working as a valued team member. The CMCI will report to the Director of Maintenance.
Reports daily aircraft status to organization via aircraft status board, CharterEasy, aircraft status email and daily operations meeting
Responsible for overall quality and compliance within the Quality Control department
Develop, implement, and administer all inspection policies and procedures related to Quality Control department
Monitor and record Maintenance activities, defects and delays and immediately and comprehensively resolve any issues related to safety or airworthiness
Works in conjunction with the Planning Department in scheduling maintenance events while the aircraft is away from the home base
Coordinate with Maintenance, Flight Dispatch, Maintenance Planning, Materials, providing current and continuing follow-up to ensure positive corrective action is made as promptly as possible for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.
Responsible for ensuring proper documentation of the work performed, prior to approval of aircraft for return to service.
Ensure sign-off of the maintenance release certifying the aircraft is in an airworthy condition and coordinates with maintenance and flight crews when opening or closing MELs
Provide technical and logistical support to Maintenance and Flight Crews for active aircraft maintenance discrepancies, Minimum Equipment List, Configuration Deviation List, and NEFs to determine proper and timely corrective action
Ensures all parts and components in conjunction with the Stores Manager are shipped to and from external maintenance facilities in a timely manner after maintenance has been accomplished and completed
Determines in conjunction with the Director of Maintenance the need to use external vendors to troubleshoot and solve MEL or NEF discrepancies while the aircraft is away from home base
Authorize and supervise the use of On-Call Approved Maintenance Providers to return aircraft to service as established by the Company Manual.
The CMCI on duty will maintain a call log for all Privaira aircraft services by an offsite maintenance facility. The following information shall be entered in the call log. In the log state, the date and time of reported discrepancy, reporting tail number and pilot, discrepancy reported, maintenance facility provider and contact information, resolution of discrepancy and date and time of aircraft return to service
Control parts placed into quarantine
Perform facility/individual audits as directed by the DOM
Other duties as assigned by the Director of Maintenance
Maintaining a close, harmonious, and professional relationship with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Tracking and Reviewing MELs and NEFs for accuracy
Ensure that Quality Control training is adequate to maintain a high level of expertise
Training of Required Inspection Item (RII) inspectors
Ensure that Inspection equipment is appropriate for the level or inspection performed
Ensures that MEL and NEF tracking programs are up to date and accurate.
Evaluating and recommending programs in support of new techniques to increase maintenance effectiveness
Base salary is commensurate with experience
Full-time, after hours as required
401(k) with matching program
Flexible spending account
Must maintain the qualification required by §119.67(d), §119.411 (a) & (b) and the Company’s GMM
Minimum Qualification must possess an Airframe & Power plant certificate
Ability to commute/relocate:
Boca Raton, FL 33431: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)