5 months ago
Hangar Maintenance Lead Mechanic (STL)
QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS: Included in position but not limited by:
Required to relocate to the St. Louis (STL) area.
The hangar Maintenance Lead Mechanic will report directly to the Hangar Supervisor. Will ensure a high level of safety, production, and quality are maintained.
To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility completely. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required.
Demonstrate strong organizational and time management skills. Can work independently while still keeping a team perspective.
Must be detail orientated with ability to multi-task on a regular basis.
Must be flexible with respect to work schedule and willing to assist and support others within the company when needed.
Dependability is important. Must have a good attendance record and performance in present position.
Must be someone with dedication and a high level of motivation.
Must be able/willing to work efficiently in stressful situations meeting deadlines.
Must possess excellent communication skills.
Provide continuous supervision of mechanics to ensure policies and procedures are being followed.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
1. Hold a mechanic certificate relative to their area of supervision
2. Completed INDOC and aircraft FAM training
3. Demonstrate knowledge of GMM requirements
4. One (1) year of aircraft maintenance experience
5. Must hold a Class II Designation
Duties and Responsibilities
The Aircraft Mechanics report to the Maintenance Supervisor are responsible to:
1. Adhere to the Professional Standards as outlined in GMM 1-1.1.3.
2. Promote safety as number one priority in both aircraft and personnel.
3 Provide leadership and mandate compliance to assure operations are performed within the Guidelines set forth by government agencies (i.e., FAA, EPA, OSHA, etc.) and Trans States Airlines’ policies and procedures and applicable aircraft manuals.
4. Accomplish assignments as assigned by the Project/Production/Specialist Supervisors.
5. Lead, oversee and direct the work of the employees throughout the shift.
6. Ensure work center is properly maintained and clean.
7. Ensure the proper tools and equipment are utilized and personnel are trained for their use.
8. Report malfunctions of tools and equipment to the appropriate personnel.
9. Ensure Mechanics are verifying parts as airworthy and correct affectivity prior to Installation.
10. Will follow the Lost Tool Program in accordance with GMM 1-3.18 when advised by a Mechanic of a missing tool from personal or company inventory.
11. Ensure Mechanics are utilizing appropriate technical data.
12. Report malfunctions of ground support equipment to the appropriate personnel.
13. Ensure ground support equipment, which is not functioning properly, is locked out and tagged per GMM requirements.
14. Ensure all work that is incomplete as a result of shift change or interruption is properly Recorded and turned over to Project/Production/Specialist Supervisors and/or on-coming Shift.
15. Document maintenance of Trans States Airlines’ aircraft and components in accordance with the Trans States Airlines GMM. In the process of documenting maintenance, maintenance personnel will ensure that the description of the work performed is legible and sufficient in detail to permit persons unfamiliar with the work to understand what was accomplished and the methods and procedures used to do it. When the work is extensive, references to technical data may be used.
Note: The listing above is a summary of the duties and responsibilities for this position. Specific programs within Trans States Airlines manuals may contain additional duties, responsibilities, and authority for that specific program.
JOB DESCRIPTION DISCLAIMER:
This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.