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Aviation Maintenance Training Manager


Everts Air
Location: Fairbanks
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Maintenance
Category: Instructors & Trainers
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Maintenance Training Manager Reports to: Director of Maintenance Department: Maintenance
Division: Everts Air Cargo Station: FAI

Job Summary: Directly responsible for ensuring all aspects of departmental training are in compliance with 14 CFR Part
121. Will possess a strong educational background with emphasis in aerospace training and extensive
experience in managing training and development programs. Will have thorough knowledge of all FAA
training related regulations and industry standards in order to procure, design and administer EAC’s
required training programs.

Essential Functions: 1. Has the responsibility for the quality of and has the authority to establish and modify policies,
procedures, instructions and information for the Everts Air Cargo Maintenance and inspection
Training Programs (excluding Required Inspection Item (RII) training) and the EAC Maintenance
and Inspection training manual.

2. Assures companywide compliance with FAA & DOT training requirements for hazardous materials.
3. Conduct and assure compliance with OSHA required training related to industrial safety and lift

equipment.
4. Monitor and conduct maintenance training classes to assure FAA & DOD compliance with engine

run and taxi (classroom), inspector, RII, Security, airworthiness release and RVSM.
5. Monitor and conduct training related to requirements stated in the EAC Maintenance and Inspection

Training Manual. This includes initial and recurrent training in these areas:
a. Aircraft deice/ anit ice
b. Oxygen Service
c. Ground heaters
d. Inspector & RII
e. Engine Run-up & Taxi
f. Airworthiness Release
g. RVSM maintenance and awareness
h. Aircraft towing
i. Aircraft marshalling

6. Issues a monthly report of certifications to all departments at EAC, EAA and EAF. The report shows
current qualified employees and recurrent training due dates.

7. Participates in annual maintenance training at faasafety.gov.
8. Maintain a list of ASAP passwords and logins for maintenance personnel. Facilities ASAP filings as

needed.
9. Attend CAS meetings and incorporates indentified discrepancies into maintenance training sessions

and modules.
10. Provides oversight of the aircraft deice program outstations.
11. Arranges for the delivery of outsourced maintenance training.
12. Assists the Director of Maintenance to establish and modify Maintenance Department training

policies, procedures, instructions and information as necessary to ensure FAA compliance.
13. Assists the Chief Inspector to establish, manage and modify Inspection Department training policies,

procedures, instructions and information as necessary to ensure FAA compliance.
14. Procure, design and administer training programs for mechanics, inspectors and other maintenance

and inspection personnel in accordance with all applicable FAR’s , FAA and industry standards to
ensure safety and proficiency.

15. Maintain up to date changes of policies, procedures, instructions and information as necessary into
the training programs according to company manuals and FAA compliance.

16. Incorporate all changes in maintenance and inspection policies and procedures into the training
program as necessary to ensure FAA compliance. Revised 9/21/2012 Page 1 of 3

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17. Maintains training records for all maintenance, inspection, cargo, GSE and outstation personnel.
18. Research and develop training curriculum and provide instruction as needed.
19. Assures the accuracy of the training database (ABRA) maintained by the maintenance training

department. The database records classroom training for maintenance, inspection, cargo, ground
support, administrative, parts and outstation personnel.

20. Incorporate additions or modifications to training modules in response to any identified
discrepancies generated by CAS, IEP, FAA, DOD ext.

21. Act as a liaison with outside agencies for the planning, scheduling and organization of training
events.

22. Plan, schedule and organize training events including the coordination of instructors, facilities,
materials and information. Coordinate and communicate training event requirements with
appropriate managers.

23. Conduct and participate in audits as required by company policies and procedures.
24. Audits on an annual basis the Human Resources Department’s verification of Maintenance

Certificate Requirements for all certified Maintenance/Inspection Department Personnel.
25. Plan, direct, supervise, and coordinate work activities of the Maintenance Training Specialist.
26. Assist in operations training as needed.
27. Conducts security training as needed.
28. All other duties and tasks as assigned.

Additional Responsibilities: Safety

1. Comply with all safety aspects of your position.
2. Be familiar with the Company’s Safety Management System (SMS) and Occupational Safety Manual

(OSM).
3. Follow all Company practices and procedures.
4. Contribute to the Safety Culture of the Company and report any Safety Hazards.
5. Keep your work areas clean and free of hazards; correct unsafe conditions when encountered and

report those that you can’t personally correct to a supervisor.
Security

1. Maintain employee vigilance and report all security concerns.
Physical Abilities: The Physical requirements indicated below are examples of the physical aspects that this position must
perform in carrying out essential job functions.

1. Ability to reach horizontally and vertically with arms. Sufficient dexterity to manipulate small objects

and print or write legibly.
2. Sufficient physical ability, strength, mobility and stamina to lift, carry, push or pull objects which may

frequently exceed 70 pounds in a series of functional tests which clearly simulates the work
environment.

3. Physical ability to sit for extended periods of time.
4. Requires the ability to be sedentary for extended periods of time.
5. Shall perceive the nature of sound, near and far vision, depth perception, providing oral information,

the manual dexterity to operate business related equipment, and handle and work with various
materials and objects are important aspects of this job.

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential
functions of the job.
Qualifications: Revised 9/21/2012 Page 2 of 3

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1. The Maintenance Training Specialist should hold a current and valid Airman Certificate with
Airframe and Power plant rating.

2. And shall have a background in FAR Part 121 or 135 aircraft maintenance and inspection, with an
understanding of aviation safety and safe operations practice.

3. He/she will be familiar with the Everts Air Cargo maintenance policies and procedures and
applicable Federal Regulations.

4. Strong Educational background and experience in managing and developing programs and
providing instruction.

5. Experience with computer skills including: MS Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
6. Organizational and record keeping with an attention to detail.
7. Effective communication skills.

License(s): 1. Valid Driver’s license
2. Airframe and/or Power Plant License

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this
employee. He or She will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties
requested by his or her supervisor.
Employee Signature Date

Employee Printed Name Revised 9/21/2012 Page 3 of 3

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Maintenance Training Manager Reports to: Director of Maintenance Department: Maintenance
Division: Everts Air Cargo Station: FAI

Job Summary: Directly responsible for ensuring all aspects of departmental training are in compliance with 14 CFR Part
121. Will possess a strong educational background with emphasis in aerospace training and extensive
experience in managing training and development programs. Will have thorough knowledge of all FAA
training related regulations and industry standards in order to procure, design and administer EAC’s
required training programs.

Essential Functions: 1. Has the responsibility for the quality of and has the authority to establish and modify policies,
procedures, instructions and information for the Everts Air Cargo Maintenance and inspection
Training Programs (excluding Required Inspection Item (RII) training) and the EAC Maintenance
and Inspection training manual.

2. Assures companywide compliance with FAA & DOT training requirements for hazardous materials.
3. Conduct and assure compliance with OSHA required training related to industrial safety and lift

equipment.
4. Monitor and conduct maintenance training classes to assure FAA & DOD compliance with engine

run and taxi (classroom), inspector, RII, Security, airworthiness release and RVSM.
5. Monitor and conduct training related to requirements stated in the EAC Maintenance and Inspection

Training Manual. This includes initial and recurrent training in these areas:
a. Aircraft deice/ anit ice
b. Oxygen Service
c. Ground heaters
d. Inspector & RII
e. Engine Run-up & Taxi
f. Airworthiness Release
g. RVSM maintenance and awareness
h. Aircraft towing
i. Aircraft marshalling

6. Issues a monthly report of certifications to all departments at EAC, EAA and EAF. The report shows
current qualified employees and recurrent training due dates.

7. Participates in annual maintenance training at faasafety.gov.
8. Maintain a list of ASAP passwords and logins for maintenance personnel. Facilities ASAP filings as

needed.
9. Attend CAS meetings and incorporates indentified discrepancies into maintenance training sessions

and modules.
10. Provides oversight of the aircraft deice program outstations.
11. Arranges for the delivery of outsourced maintenance training.
12. Assists the Director of Maintenance to establish and modify Maintenance Department training

policies, procedures, instructions and information as necessary to ensure FAA compliance.
13. Assists the Chief Inspector to establish, manage and modify Inspection Department training policies,

procedures, instructions and information as necessary to ensure FAA compliance.
14. Procure, design and administer training programs for mechanics, inspectors and other maintenance

and inspection personnel in accordance with all applicable FAR’s , FAA and industry standards to
ensure safety and proficiency.

15. Maintain up to date changes of policies, procedures, instructions and information as necessary into
the training programs according to company manuals and FAA compliance.

16. Incorporate all changes in maintenance and inspection policies and procedures into the training
program as necessary to ensure FAA compliance. Revised 9/21/2012 Page 1 of 3

------------

17. Maintains training records for all maintenance, inspection, cargo, GSE and outstation personnel.
18. Research and develop training curriculum and provide instruction as needed.
19. Assures the accuracy of the training database (ABRA) maintained by the maintenance training

department. The database records classroom training for maintenance, inspection, cargo, ground
support, administrative, parts and outstation personnel.

20. Incorporate additions or modifications to training modules in response to any identified
discrepancies generated by CAS, IEP, FAA, DOD ext.

21. Act as a liaison with outside agencies for the planning, scheduling and organization of training
events.

22. Plan, schedule and organize training events including the coordination of instructors, facilities,
materials and information. Coordinate and communicate training event requirements with
appropriate managers.

23. Conduct and participate in audits as required by company policies and procedures.
24. Audits on an annual basis the Human Resources Department’s verification of Maintenance

Certificate Requirements for all certified Maintenance/Inspection Department Personnel.
25. Plan, direct, supervise, and coordinate work activities of the Maintenance Training Specialist.
26. Assist in operations training as needed.
27. Conducts security training as needed.
28. All other duties and tasks as assigned.

Additional Responsibilities: Safety

1. Comply with all safety aspects of your position.
2. Be familiar with the Company’s Safety Management System (SMS) and Occupational Safety Manual

(OSM).
3. Follow all Company practices and procedures.
4. Contribute to the Safety Culture of the Company and report any Safety Hazards.
5. Keep your work areas clean and free of hazards; correct unsafe conditions when encountered and

report those that you can’t personally correct to a supervisor.
Security

1. Maintain employee vigilance and report all security concerns.
Physical Abilities: The Physical requirements indicated below are examples of the physical aspects that this position must
perform in carrying out essential job functions.

1. Ability to reach horizontally and vertically with arms. Sufficient dexterity to manipulate small objects

and print or write legibly.
2. Sufficient physical ability, strength, mobility and stamina to lift, carry, push or pull objects which may

frequently exceed 70 pounds in a series of functional tests which clearly simulates the work
environment.

3. Physical ability to sit for extended periods of time.
4. Requires the ability to be sedentary for extended periods of time.
5. Shall perceive the nature of sound, near and far vision, depth perception, providing oral information,

the manual dexterity to operate business related equipment, and handle and work with various
materials and objects are important aspects of this job.

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential
functions of the job.
Qualifications: Revised 9/21/2012 Page 2 of 3

------------

1. The Maintenance Training Specialist should hold a current and valid Airman Certificate with
Airframe and Power plant rating.

2. And shall have a background in FAR Part 121 or 135 aircraft maintenance and inspection, with an
understanding of aviation safety and safe operations practice.

3. He/she will be familiar with the Everts Air Cargo maintenance policies and procedures and
applicable Federal Regulations.

4. Strong Educational background and experience in managing and developing programs and
providing instruction.

5. Experience with computer skills including: MS Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
6. Organizational and record keeping with an attention to detail.
7. Effective communication skills.

License(s): 1. Valid Driver’s license
2. Airframe and/or Power Plant License

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this
employee. He or She will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties
requested by his or her supervisor.
Employee Signature Date

Employee Printed Name Revised 9/21/2012 Page 3 of 3

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