Duties & Responsibilities:
Coordinate with DOM/Flight Ops/Maintenance Planner/Parts/MX Vendors/FBOs/Flight crews on maintenance events.
Evaluate reported aircraft discrepancies and develop an appropriate recovery plan (AOG).
Must be capable of conveying a high level of technical support to flight crews and MX vendors.
Administer and control the use of Minimum Equipment List (MEL) and Configuration Deviation List (CDL) to ensure flight safety and regulatory compliance.
Open and track work orders and record maintenance compliance in the appropriate tracking program.
Monitor aircraft cycles and flying hours to ensure time-sensitive inspections, scheduled maintenance, or MEL/CDL expiration times do not lapse.
Review aircraft work packages to ensure compliance with all applicable FARs and General Maintenance Manual procedures
Responsible for releasing aircraft for RTS in accordance w/ company and FAA guidelines.
Identify and evaluate opportunities to perform maintenance (Clear MELs or preventative MX) when operational schedules permit.
Coordinate administrative processes for aircraft ferry permit authorization.
Determine and supply required manuals and tasks for aircraft repair to vendors.
5 years of hands-on experience maintaining Citation aircraft.
Previous Maintenance Control experience preferred.
Current A & P License required
3-5 years of maintenance control experience preferred.
A college degree with applicable focus preferred.
Highly organized with acute attention to detail accompanying good project and time management skills.
Expert level verbal, written, and computer skills while maintaining a professional demeanor and appearance.
Expert-level knowledge of 14 CFR Part 135 and Part 91 maintenance requirements and regulations.
Must be a team player.
Must be able to work well under pressure.