Maintenance Control maintains constant awareness of aircraft operational requirements and essential maintenance required for the continued airworthiness of aircraft. Maintenance Control will know the airworthiness condition of all aircraft at all times and will monitor all current maintenance activities. Maintenance Control is the primary interface between Maintenance, Operations, and Flight Following to provide updates on aircraft status and coordinate aircraft availability based on maintenance schedules and demands.
1. Responsible for all aircraft maintenance work performed.
2. Responsible to ensure that the quality and quantity of work performed by company mechanics and on-call maintenance providers is consistent with company policies and procedures.
3. Serves as the primary interface for communications between Maintenance, Operations, and Flight
4. Following in regard to aircraft status and availability.
5. Monitor mechanics work to ensure duty time limitation are not exceeded. (14 CFR 121.377)
6. Manage recovery efforts for abnormal/unscheduled maintenance operations.
7. Complete all required training, initial and recurrent, for duties as a Maintenance Controller
8. Ensure all forms required for maintenance tasks performed are complete and properly distributed.
9. Order and track all replacement parts, Deferred Maintenance Items, and ensure on‐hand quantities of critical/routine items in the fly‐away kits do not go to zero‐balance.
10. Review inventory reports and identify potential shortages.
11. Monitor and report to Chief Inspector all maintenance and flight crew reports for items that require
12. Service Difficulty Reports. (14 CFR 121.703)
13. Evaluate the effectiveness of the Maintenance Program in all of its applications, routine, and non‐routine maintenance, and alert the Director of Maintenance and the Chief Inspector of program defects and deficiencies.
14. Build the maintenance control Part 145 Repair Station Representative Program.
15. Work with Maintenance and Inspection departments to incorporate RAAS.
16. Being the subject matter expert for maintenance SMS, SRM, and TapRoot.
17. Being the subject matter expert on FAA SAS (ED DCTs and EP DCTs) for maintenance and maintenance control.
18. Conduct maintenance monthly internal department audits.
19. Provide oversight for the Laredo, Fredericksburg, Anchorage, and Part 145 Repair Stations every quarter.
20. Establish both ASAP and VDRP accounts.
21. Responsible for the performance evaluations and the OJT program for the maintenance department.
22. Build an organizational culture in which passion for continuous improvement is innate.
23. Ensure adherence to procedures that promote the health and welfare of all employees.
24. Promote the mission, vision, and values that the Company has developed, and ensure adherence to the Everts leadership manual and employee handbook.
25. Perform other duties as assigned.
1. Requires an Airframe and Powerplant Certificate.
2. Requires associate degree in aviation maintenance, or equivalent level of training.
3. Requires an aviation maintenance background with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in aircraft troubleshooting; performing line maintenance; technical manuals, forms, and Airworthiness Directives; aircraft dispatch requirements; and aircraft systems training.
4. Requires excellent written and verbal communication skills.
5. Requires excellent interpersonal skills.
6. Requires competent computer skills.
Job Type: Full-time
- Aviation Maintenance: 5 years (Required)
- Maintenance Management: 3 years (Preferred)
- FAA A&P (Required)
- Driver’s License (Required)