Summary Description Of Position
The Production Control Coordinator reports directly to the Supervisor of Production Control on all matters concerning the operation of the Production Control system.
Minimum Requirements and Qualification
- Excellent Computer skills, MS Word, MS Project, MS Excel, MS Power Point, MS Outlook, Adobe
- High School Diploma
- Six years’ experience (documented) in aircraft maintenance operations and/or maintenance support in a FAA Repair Station (MRO) environment or Military equivalent (GSAB, CAMF, Depot) with a thorough understanding of FAR parts 145, 121, and 91, and Airworthiness Directives
- MUST be able to pass any Government/Company licensing/qualification requirements for the position
- MUST have an in-depth knowledge of applicable technical manuals, service bulletins, maintenance manuals, maintenance forms, and work progress sheets
- MUST have excellent written and communication skills / read, speak, write and understand English
- MUST be able to work and excel in a high paced team environment
Preferred Requirements and Qualification
- Valid FAA Airframe and Power Plant (A&P) License
- Associates Degree or Certification in Aviation Maintenance Technology
- Ten years’ experience (documented) in aviation maintenance production control
Major Responsibility Areas and Duties
- Adheres to and promotes the company’s Safety and Continuous Improvement programs.
- Coordinates with Maintenance Planning, Production and Material Control for parts, supplies, and produces a repair plan for all aircraft in Maintenance;
- Is proactive in recognizing and resolving maintenance challenges, adjusting resources as needed for optimization of maintenance operations, and providing customers with timely, accurate, and appropriate information at all times;
- Ensures maintenance requirements are continually monitored and evaluated for progress and / or problems and adjusts workload priority accordingly for effective schedule and individual task accomplishment;
- Oversees the compilation of maintenance production data and analysis metrics through the use of software programs;
- Researches aircraft manufacturers service bulletins (SB) and FAA Airworthiness Directives (AD), Interprets drawings and illustrations as required;
- Works with Production Managers to plan and coordinate maintenance activities in the Repair Station, reports any discrepancies in work assignments or any other factors that may impact the estimated time of return (ETR) of the aircraft to the customer;
- Is frequently present in the work control center, determining and maintaining knowledge of work daily assignments, work cards awaiting parts/tools and effectivity of cards to assigned aircraft.
- Is responsible for planning the accomplishment of workload to meet the maintenance schedule using available maintenance man-hours and coordinating adjustments as necessary;
- Analyzes maintenance data for production statistics such as man-hours needed, man-hours available, man-hours used, man-hours per specific task, on time delivery of Scheduled Maintenance aircraft and production delay causes;
- Creates, maintains and updates milestone flow charts, adjusting flow as required, offering obstacle resolution to appropriate internal and external customers;
- Produces reports, spreadsheets and presentations to accurately reflect the status of scheduled work;
- Sets up and leads internal Pre-Dock and Post-Dock meetings; attends external customer Pre-Dock meetings providing proactive, informative and timely information;
- Systematically and continuously establishes and maintains a database of aircraft check types, aircraft models and span types; along with the associated tooling and materials requirements.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Supervisor of Production Control as necessary for the normal day to day operation, not determined at time of hire.
Physical Requirements And Environmental Conditions
- Must be able to sit, stand, bend, crouch, kneel, and walk for extended periods.
- Must be able to climb and work from ladders, work stands, and other heights.
- Must have correctable near and far vision.
- Must be able to hear at conversational level with hearing aid.
- Ability to withstand intermittent moderate noise levels.
- Ability to see close (clear vision at 20 feet or more).
- Ability to see distances (clear vision at 20 feet or more).