Technical Planner – Aviation
Responsible for providing technical evaluation and input to the aircraft and engine acquisition processes. Also facilitates the technical aspects of those acquisition processes with an aim toward the minimization of the time required to place the aircraft in revenue service.
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Research, analysis, and interpretation of both technical and regulatory data associated with newly acquired assets and possible future acquisitions.
- Generates audits and publishes the developed work scope, ‘last done next due’ report, along with additions and exceptions for aircraft currently in check or prior to induction.
- Assists technical team in evaluating technical issues that evolve from the field representative requiring technical data assistance or interpretation, evaluation of effectively or applicability as related to specific asset.
- Develop and maintain the significant maintenance forecasting for aircraft on lease using utilization reports through interfacing with other departments.
- Duties include any and all other projects or programs as assigned by the VP or Director of Technical Services.
Education, Knowledge and Skills:
- Must hold a current FAA Airframe or Powerplant rating and have at least five (5) years diverse, large aircraft maintenance experience.
- Must have attained a level of formal education sufficient to meet the requirements of the listed responsibilities.
- Be fully knowledgeable of the FAR requirements related to aircraft airworthiness and conformity.
- Ability to work and interact with departments throughout the organization.
- Must be proficient in Microsoft Windows/Microsoft Office (Word & Excel).
- Must be able to multi-task.
- Must have exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
- Must exhibit a high level of confidentiality with work product.