The Fleet Manager/Production Control Supervisor (FM/PCS) is responsible for managing the Production Control Technicians responsible for tracking, planning, and scheduling all maintenance, inspections, repairs and alteration activities for all Aviation Division fixed and rotor wing aircraft. The fleet management and production control philosophy is to maximize platform and mission systems availability while assuring Safe and Reliable aircraft by maintaining compliance with FAA, Manufacture and Aviation Division policy requirements. A centralized Fleet/Production Control section at the OA AOC monitors and coordinates support functions to ensure that the personnel, parts, and aircraft are readily available at the right time and location to support aircraft maintenance schedules. Fleet/Production Control personnel monitors maintenance information flow and coordinates with fleet management and Quality Control.
Schedule and track Special Inspections for damage assessment (e.g., over torque, over-temp, hard landing, over speed, sudden stoppage, bird strike or lightning strike), or acceptance and transfer inspections for seized and inter-agency transfer aircraft to determine the condition, up-date any required documentation such as aircraft configuration records, logs or other record systems, inventories, scheduled maintenance, warranties, or other actions necessary prior to acceptance and/or transfer of OA/Designated aircraft. This is a full time position that will be located at the Alliance Facility.
• Reports to the AMM and is responsible for the management of FM/PC operations
• Assumes the duties of the AMM in his absence
• Trains, directs, supervises, and assists FM/PC personnel regarding tracking and planning for OA fixed- and rotor-wing
aircraft maintenance, inspection, repair, and alteration activities
• Develops and implements a training program for FM/PC personnel, including procedures and usage of MRO system and other supporting data documentation for continuous forecasting of all OA aircraft maintenance
• Ensures that FM/PC personnel are properly trained for communicating with Aviation Communication Center (ACC), maintenance, quality, and administrative support, including travel, inventory, and acquisition personnel, and industrial and environmental health and safety (IEH&S), safety, and QA personnel
• Assigns and manages a work schedule to ensure FM/PC coverage of all OA aircraft
• Promotes a team-effort philosophy that drives changes within TAOMSS to provide efficient, cost-effective solutions to OA for accomplishing fixed- and rotor-wing aircraft and special mission equipment (SME) maintenance more quickly and efficiently
• May delegate duties to any qualified personnel, but is still responsible for the delegated duties
• Performs all other duties assigned by the AMM
Requires high school diploma.
The Fleet Manager/Production Control Supervisor shall hold a valid mechanic certificate issued by the FAA with both airframe and power plant ratings.
The Supervisor shall have a minimum of ten (10) years' experience in aircraft production control with five (5) of the five years as a supervisor.
Demonstrated experience must be in a similar position within the last twelve (12) months preferably in an aviation environment; experience with monitoring aircraft maintenance of a diversified, as well as remotely located, aircraft fleet; and a working knowledge of the Federal Aviation Regulations.
The Supervisor will manage a team of 7 technicians. Requires knowledge of DEA OA Aircraft type series and be familiar with OEM technical data.
Tasking includes planning, scheduling, and coordinating scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities for a fleet of 100 aircraft.
Highly proficient in the use of Pentagon 2000 and/or the use of other MRO software systems.
Must be able to enter, analyze, and report data required for planning, scheduling aircraft maintenance activities.
The Supervisor will coordinate with the Maintenance manager, Quality Control Manager, and Supply chain manager to achieve operational readiness rates.
This position is a full time responsibility and must be located at the main on-site Alliance Facility.
The Leidos FM/PC Supervisor will have a minimum of ten (10) years' experience in aircraft production control with five (5) of the five years as a supervisor.
Demonstrated experience must be in a similar position within the last twelve (12) months preferably in an aviation environment monitoring the supported aircraft.
The Leidos FM/PC will hold an A&P certificate with an Inspection Authorization (IA).