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Posted: Monday, January 29, 2018 2:08 AM

Operations Manager : Commercial Aircraft Maintenance:TUC1574
At Bombardier Aerospace, our employees work together to evolve mobility worldwide : one good idea at a time. If you have a good idea, we'll provide the environment where it will thrive and grow into a great product or customer experience. Your ideas are our fuel.
In your role, you will:
- Responsible for the daily and overall operation of the aircraft maintenance department, to include schedules, budgets, personnel, and quality. May also include managing the performance of all aircraft maintenance activities for multiple line maintenance site(s).
- Perform managerial responsibilities and recommend related actions, for example, hire/fire, disciplinary actions, PMP, training and certifications, work assignments, scheduling vacation, monitoring attendance, review, approve, and verify/ensure accuracy of employees hours worked and time charged to correct aircraft program
- Develop and submit annual A/C maintenance department budget including manpower requirements to site Director
- Achieve (as reviewed by Base Director) monthly financial objectives for A/C maintenance department i.e., labor margin, capital expenditures, and budgeted operating expenses
- Ensure all maintenance performed on aircraft, engines, avionics, and aircraft components meet FAA regulations, as well as customer quality expectations
- Maintain compliance with all OSHA Health and Safety guidelines, as well as all Federal, State, and local environmental laws
- Coordinate aircraft program requirements among functional groups including operations, planning, scheduling, engineering, quality control, material and production control to ensure hanger is properly loaded and customer expectations are met
- Interface with customer representatives, coordinate customer communication activities and resolve any questions or disputes on customer invoiced for performed maintenance as needed
- Determine staff training needs in order to maintain work force qualifications and productivity
- Determine needs and assure proper tooling and equipment is available to support operational requirements and coordinate shared resources with other Operations Managers to optimize facility resources
- Solicit feedback from staff for development of new concepts and actively support and integrate continuous improvement activities into program procedures and processes in order to attain Service Center margins and ensure that efficiency objectives and customer satisfaction index goals are met
- Collect and analyze service and maintenance data to identify trends and ensure margin performance is achieved
- Monitor returned customer questionnaires in order to respond to customer concerns on all department personnel, equipment or quality of services rendered
- Approve payment of vendors' or suppliers' invoices for services or supplies required by maintenance department
- Monitor technical performance of A/C programs and recommend changes as needed which enhance service and profitability through increased repair capability
- Assist in the development of strategic plans to support new programs and capabilities based on analysis of market trends.
As our ideal candidate,
- You have a minimum 5 years experience working in an aircraft maintenance facility environment with 1:2 years progressive supervisory experience for a substantial technical work force
- You have a Bachelor's degree in related area or equivalent years of experience
- You have an A and P Certificate or otherwise certificated per FAR Part 65
- You have working knowledge of FAA and Federal Aviation Regulations pertaining to maintenance programs and procedures
- You have working knowledge of process improvement methodology and application
- You have accounting and budgeting principals acumen necessary to read and interpret profit/loss statements, financial reports, and meet financial objectives for assigned


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