The Fleet Supervisor-Maintenance is responsible to work with their assigned aircraft Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to ensure the accomplishment of maintenance or alterations are completed in accordance with all FAA regulations, manufacturer guidelines and company objectives. In the absence of the Fleet Manager, acts with full authority in the oversight of their assigned fleet. The Fleet Supervisor-Maintenance is responsible for ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements and all Company policies as outlined in the NJA 14 CFR 135 General Maintenance Manual for NetJets aircraft maintenance. This is a 24/7, 365 day a year position and individuals must be flexible in working with this type of scheduling.
Ensures correction of maintenance problems and compliance with NetJets Maintenance Policies, FAA Regulations, and local maintenance regulations. Coordinates aircraft maintenance issues with the OEM and Fleet Manager and, if necessary escalates the information to the following groups: NetJets Maintenance Training, Quality Assurance, Safety, Tooling, Materials Management, Flight Operations and Flight Scheduling. As required, ensures proper documentation of the work performed on NetJets aircraft prior to approval of the aircraft for return to service.
Through constant communication with the assigned OEM, stays informed of the day-to-day, minute-to-minute operation, including delays, cancellations, and significant events. Follows up on solutions for outstanding aircraft problems.
Ensures the on-duty Maintenance Air Boss, General Manager, Maintenance Control Center and Fleet Manager are notified of unusual circumstances. Coordinates with the General Manager, Maintenance Control Center and Fleet Manager to apprise management of new problems and status of corrective action plans.
5%: During any absence of the Fleet Manager, assumes all duties and authority associated with that position.
5%: Performs any additional duties and responsibilities as assigned to meet Maintenance Control Center (MCC) and NetJets Aviation (NJA) objectives.
High School Graduate
Type of Credentials/Licenses:
FAA Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic's Certificate.
Related Work Experience:
- Two years' experience working in an aircraft maintenance control environment.
- Knowledge & understanding of turbine powered aircraft systems.
- Working knowledge of MS Office applications.
- The ability to read, write, and understand the English language.
- Excellent written and oral communications skills.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled