Army Fixed Wing Heavy Maintenance Project Analyst (Job Number:441491)
JOB DESCRIPTION: Serve in the enterprise logistics part of the organization to provide subject matter expertise in areas of commercial and military aviation maintenance and to provide analysis and course of action recommendations for heavy maintenance efforts. Assess, diagnose, analyze, and provide input for aircraft paint efforts. Assess, diagnose, analyze, and provide input for engine overhauls. Assess, diagnose, analyze, and provide input for propeller overhauls. Assess and provide assistance, as necessary for maintenance discrepancies. Use the Fixed Wing Flight Information Tracker (FFIT) to mine data and input data for efforts related to fixed wing heavy maintenance actions. Travel to Fixed Wing beddown sites and to Government and commercial heavy maintenance sites to inspect facilities and equipment for adequacy and compliance with applicable fixed wing maintenance contracts. Travel to Fixed Wing maintenance sites to assess Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) personnel and provide feedback to the Government on the performance of the CLS airframe and powerplant (A&P) mechanics to help ensure compliance with CLS contracts and to help ensure the best possible readiness rates for the Army’s fixed wing fleet. Provide input and recommendations on site procedures, heavy maintenance facility procedures, inspections, aircraft damage assessments, and repair plans. Review heavy maintenance related documentation with Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA). Provide input to DCMA requests for disposition of maintenance discrepancies found on aircraft inducted into the Service Life Extension Program (SLEP). Provide trip reports on travel related to heavy maintenance evaluation, assessment, and assistance. Evaluate engine tear down analyses for accuracy and to help determine courses of action and provide technical input to fair and equitable cost estimates for engine maintenance and engine overhauls. Assist with weekly heavy maintenance summary report. Plan and distribute heavy maintenance induction schedules. Review and provide recommendations for all Army fixed wing accident/incident reports. Review and process contract deliverables in TopVue. Submit funding verification requests for all heavy maintenance actions.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Must be certified as a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airframe and powerplant mechanic (A&P).
- Must be familiar with and have experience with Life Cycle Contract Support (LCCS) management of Army Fixed Wing Aviation Maintenance.
- Must be familiar with Army Aviation Airworthiness Regulations and Airworthiness Release (AWR) procedures.
- Must be familiar with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) supplemental type certificate (STC) requirements and compliance.
- Must be familiar with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 121 and creating maintenance programs IAW FAR Part 121.
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Job Posting: Oct 29, 2018, 1:10:26 PM
Primary Location: United States-AL-HUNTSVILLE
Clearance Level Must Currently Possess: None
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Secret
Potential for Teleworking: No
Travel: Yes, 25% of the time
Shift: Day Job