Purpose and Scope:
The Maintenance Supervisor, Airlift, functioning in an airlift terminal and flight line environment, oversees and coordinates the work effort of assigned subordinate maintenance personnel in support of the unit's daily flying operations.
1) Plans, schedules, and coordinates subordinate time and daily flight-line work operations.
2) Evaluates and documents employee performance.
3) Makes recommendations to higher level supervision or management concerning hires, promotions, raises, and terminations.
4) May interview prospective employees.
5) Responsible for employee productivity on a day to day basis.
6) Plans and carries out the training and development of employees within the group.
7) Counsels and advises employees.
8) Writes reports and completes other routine correspondence.
9) Must communicate effectively with customers as a representative of the company.
10) Participates in advisory groups concerning training and management.
11) Implements technical and procedural guidelines for performance of work in the group.
12) Communicates with technical or administrative specialists.
13.) Company travel may be required, to include extended periods of time up to 30-45 days at a time as a Heavy Maintenance representative at an assigned MRO.
Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested.
Minimum Position Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
This knowledge and these skills may be obtained by graduation from a two to four-year technical institute or college, or possess equivalent formal technical training or military equivalent and possess 6 or more years' experience in a directly related technical working environment. The incumbent must possess a base of knowledge sufficient to oversee the performance of technically diverse tasks assigned to the Airlift section or Unit. Must have a working knowledge of management techniques and interpersonal skills sufficient to interface with and effectively direct subordinates. Must have a practical knowledge of company policies, procedures and practices sufficient to perform as an effective, informed supervisor. Must have an in-depth working knowledge of the technical concepts, principles and requirements associated with the work unit. Must qualify for and maintain a DoD TS security clearance and work location access. Possess a valid state issued driver's license.
Work Environment, Physical Demands, and Mental Demands:
Work is primarily sedentary with some walking, bending, and stooping in order to move about the station to coordinate the daily airlift operation. Work may require travel to remote locations. The weight of items lifted normally does not exceed 50 pounds. Work is primarily conducted in an office environment with some flight line activity required. On occasion, work is performed on Company aircraft. There is occasional exposure to flight line hazards, noise and equipment operations.
Possess an active DoD TS clearance