Position/Title: Continuing Analysis and Surveillance System (CASS) Analyst
Reports to: Manager of CASS/Aircraft Reliability
Location: Wayne, Pennsylvania (“Philly”)
At Eastern Airlines curiosity and excitement for growth go a long way. In fact, Eastern Airlines was launched by seekers, adventurers and above all fliers. Our rich legacy and pioneering spirit are still evident in our team today.
Our open-hearted attitude, respect for the people we fly and our attention to detail is what sets Eastern Airlines apart from its competitors. Natural curiosity and hunger for wonder are behaviors that make our employees successful.
This summary provides a listing of the knowledge, skills and abilities that are critical components of the position for Continuing Analysis and Surveillance System (CASS) Analyst.
This is a full time, FLSA non‐exempt position, responsible for assisting in the regular review and analysis of aircraft technical data in support of Eastern’s Continuing Analysis and Surveillance System (CASS) program, ETOPS, and Reliability programs. The CASS Analyst provides data collection and analysis for various fleet technical issues. They monitor the mechanical performance of the aircraft systems, structure, and components to ensure the highest level of safety and reliability through effective analysis and corrective action plans which support compliance with FAA regulations related to a reliability program. Develop, maintain, and utilize computing resources to create customized solutions that maintain safe and cost-effective means to maintain the Company’s fleet of aircraft.
- *Duties and Responsibilities
*The CASS Analyst reports to the Manager of CASS/Aircraft Reliability with the following duties and responsibilities:
- Be able to use analytical and technical skills and develop analytical tools/reporting that captures the data needed to measure and report internal analysis and trending of qualifying hazard events, quality audit(s), investigation(s) and safety data;
- Maintain and continually develop data collection/input system for CASS through the use of the root cause analysis process;
- Continuously develop and maintain the CASS database system;
- Compile and distribute data timely related to CASS reports;
- Work with aircraft maintenance personnel, operational personnel, safety and security personnel to determine root cause of system deficiencies with maintenance and inspection programs;
- Utilize available applications/tools to develop ad-hoc/automated reporting for all levels of the organization;
- Aid risk management in Maintenance and Inspection programs by hazard identification in management and efficiency of operational controls utilizing operational, quality audit(s), root cause analysis investigation(s) and safety data;
- Conduct analysis of operational, quality audit(s), investigation(s) and safety data to present trends, assess risk, and provide mitigation recommendations to management;
- Work with inspectors and/or auditors to identify and prioritize audit areas using risk assessment methods;
- Work with Safety and Security departments to assist with the Company’s Safety Management System (SMS) program;
- Lead and present at meeting in the absence of the Manager of CASS and Aircraft Reliability;
- Help prepare agendas and minutes to company personnel and FAA of CASS/Aircraft Reliability Review Board meetings;
- Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by Director of Maintenance or Vice President of Maintenance and Engineering.
- Education, Qualification and Requirements:
- Mechanic Certificate with Airframe and Power Plant rating required;
- Must have at least three (3) years working in an aircraft maintenance organization that maintains different types of large airplanes (having 10 or more passenger seats) as part of a Part 121 air carrier or Part 145 repair station;
- Ideal candidate will have knowledge of and familiarity with FAA Advisory Circular AC 120-79A;
- Must have at least three (3) years of experience in data mining and analysis;
- Ability to accurately perform simple to semi‐advanced calculations;
- Intermediate‐to‐advanced computer skills with intermediate keyboarding /data -entry abilities;
- Demonstrates excellent management, communication skills, professionalism, and positive customer service attitude without compromising quality;
- Associate’s degree or specific trade school education;
- Ability to communicate effectively; in both oral and written communication;
- Possess and maintain a valid Driver License and a driving record from the state of your primary residence that meets the Company’s insurance standards;
- Pass a two (2) year drug and alcohol background check, pre-employment drug test, and criminal history records check (CHRC);
- Eligible to work in the United States.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $55,000.00 /year
- FAA Part 121 or Part 145 Maintenance: 3 years (Required)
- Familiarity with FAA Advisory Circular AC 120-79A: 3 years (Required)
- Data Mining and Analysis: 3 years (Preferred)