Production Control Clerk III - Military veterans preferred

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  full-time   employee

Marshall Islands

Job Summary
The Production Control Clerk III is responsible for providing aircraft availability status and historical reference for all aircraft and their components. Makes independent judgment regarding parts availability and time before overhaul decisions including aircraft scheduling, current mission status, historical usage data for major aircraft components, and other maintenance activity (to include ground support equipment).
Principal Accountabilities
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
  • Track assigned aircraft in support of the program.
  • Compile and record production data for aircraft, engine and aircraft component overhaul. Update status and records maintenance actions. 
  • Determine aircraft availability, priority of repair, controlled exchange, recording scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and frequency of required inspections.
  • Responsible for maximizing the most opportunistic usage of assets.
  • Generate work-orders for repair and inspection.
  • Compile and record production data from historical records and other documents such as logbooks and vendor work orders using personal computer and other devices. 
  • Calculate aircraft availability by airframe, by hour.
  • Generate production reports for all aspects of the aircraft status based on data compiled, tabulated and computed, following prescribed formats.
  • Transfer raw data into production priority through aircraft availability chart production, using chart, graph, or spreadsheets based on statistics compiled for reference by production and management personnel.
  • Prepare production reports and special reports as needed to reflect contract requirements.
  • Verify, validate and document Time Before Overhaul (TBO) requirements for flight critical aircraft components and sub-components; ensure availability of required parts using experiential determination to enhance mission rates.
  • Monitor Partial Mission Capable Supply (PMCS) and Not Mission Capable Supply (NMCS) for Estimated Delivery Date (EDD). 
  • Take action for and responsible for deciding which critically needed part is assigned to which fleet, country and airframe.
  • Maintain aircraft historical files for validation of critical flight safety issues.
  • Maintain critical component reports in accordance with contract and federal aviation and other flight regulations.
  • Generate internal work orders for maintenance support from assigned Points of Contact (POC’s) in the CONUS and OCONUS.
  • Act as a centralized point of contact for assigned Country Site Manager; conduct weekly conferences to recommend improved maintenance activities, assist in repair part location, and decision to repair or replace, and follow-up for CONUS and OCONUS sites with coordination of work flow to meet contract requirements.
  • Brief senior management weekly on status of aircraft conditions for assigned sites
  • Use established information systems to research aircraft and component part numbers for procurement, and then act on information gained to maximize mission capable rates.
  • Recommend particular course of action, ensuring sustainment of newly established locations, and other maintenance activities. 
  • Responsible for validating integrity and frequency of calibration for Ground Support Equipment (GSE).
  • Communicate with varied field locations in varied time zones, and programs and document maintenance activity and actions that have occurred (including verifying needed actions that should have occurred as well), and document production standards by aircraft and location.
  • Establish work and production schedules to meet the mission requirements.
  • Assign maintenance priorities and personnel to assist other mechanics and sections as required.
  • Assist key managers in providing oversight, initiating, conducting training and/or supervising within respective area of responsibility to meet the contract objectives of host nation and contractor training; also, responsible for host nation counterpart training if required and applicable.
  • Perform other qualified duties as assigned

Knowledge & Skills

  • Ability to read, write, and understand technical publications related to aircraft maintenance operations and reporting.
  • In-depth knowledge of aviation actions at both unit, intermediate and depot levels.
  • Fluent in Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office to include power point, outlook, and demonstrate ability to utilize internet explorer to research parts availability and other data needed to improve mission capable rates.
  • Possess effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of logistic systems desirable. Specialized vocational, technical, or other formal training may be substituted in part for experience requirements.
  • Ability to demonstrate skills in administrative and clerical duties to include preparation of production efficiency reports, control memos, letters, and other communications; mathematical calculations pertaining to this classification.
  • Possess the ability to plan, schedule and integrate complex events.
  • Ability to communicate well with workers and management.

Experience & Education

  • High school diploma or equivalent is required.
  • Three (3) or more years of aircraft maintenance experience, preferably in a military production control environment.

Physical Requirements/Working Environment

  • Must be able to walk and stand on level and/or inclined surfaces for up to twelve (12) hours per day and sit for up to eight (8) hours per day.
  • Must be able to distinguish color and judge three-dimensional depth.
  • Must be able to climb stairs.
  • Must be able to read and interpret newspaper and typewritten print, maps, aeronautical charts, and weather charts.
  • Must be able to grasp or handle objects, use finger dexterity, bend elbow/knee and reach above/below shoulders.
  • Must be physically capable of climbing vertical ladders or built-in aircraft steps to heights of 10-12 feet.
  • May be exposed to chemical mist, gas, vapors, ultra-violet and infrared radiation.
  • May be required to lift up to 50 pounds to a height of four (4) feet and be required to lift up to 20 pounds to a height of seven (7) feet.
  • May be exposed to certain obstructions on the surface as well as ladders, stairs, etc.
  • May be exposed to rapid or extreme temperature changes.
  • The work conditions are normally those of a standard office environment where there is little physical discomfort. 
  • During the performance of duties outside the office environment, the diversity of work conditions may range from an environment where there is little or no physical discomfort, to an environment where inclement weather may subject individual to changes in temperature and weather. 
  • May be exposed to areas where high noise hazards prevail. 
  • May be exposed to fumes or airborne particles; may be exposed to electrical shock hazards or work near moving mechanical parts.