|Title||MANAGER OF HEAVY MX/INDUCTION|
|Job Family||Engineering & Maintenance|
|Location||Corporate Headquarters (Las Vegas)|
What does a Manager, Heavy MX & Induction do for Allegiant?
The Manager of Heavy Maintenance is responsible to the Director of Aircraft Induction & Heavy Maintenance to provide management of Allegiant Air's "C" Check program, including the oversight of outside heavy maintenance services & coordination of various Allegiant Air departments in the implementation of "C" checks, and other maintenance requirements on Allegiant's aircraft.
What are some of the responsibilities of a Manager, Heavy MX & Induction?
- Provide on-site supervision of aircraft induction and heavy maintenance activities at Allegiant Air's maintenance provider locations
- Primary point of contact between Allegiant Air and heavy maintenance providers for maintenance oversight
- Coordinates with various Allegiant Air departments and seek resolution of problems or obstacles affecting the timely delivery of aircraft
- Evaluate and report service provider's performance on a daily basis and at conclusion of services to determine the desired efficiency and budgetary goals are met
- Review & analyze provider invoices and recommend adjustments or corrections
- Provide financial approval on non-routine costs and unit vender invoicing cost for accuracy and adherence to budget
- Directing and evaluating the performance of assigned staff
- Identify & recommend beneficial changes to the Maintenance Program
- Assist in the development of the heavy maintenance plan for each aircraft check visit
- Ensure that all heavy maintenance visits are accomplished in accordance with applicable Federal Aviation Regulations, Allegiant Air policies & procedures, and manufacturer's manuals
- Assist management in the budgetary process
- In the absence of the Manager of Heavy Maintenance, duties will be assumed by the Director of Aircraft Induction & Heavy Maintenance or Designee
- Other duties as assigned
What are the minimum requirements to be a Manager, Heavy MX & Induction?
- Must pass a ten (10) year background check and five (5) pre-employment drug screen
- Must have authorization to work in the U.S. as defined in the Immigrations Act of 1986
- High School diploma or equivalent; College degree preferred
- A&P license required; all personnel holding certificates must have exercised the privileges of their certificates for at least six (6) months of the previous 24 months or have FAA approval if recent experience is not met
- Five (5) years Heavy Maintenance of part 121 heavy transport category aircraft or equivalent
What Additional Knowledge and skills are needed to be a Manager, Heavy MX & Induction?
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written skills to effectively communicate in a variety of settings across all organizational levels
- Advanced troubleshooting skills, including systems, avionics, and Powerplant
- Proficiency in Windows applications, including Microsoft Office
- Superior problem solving and conflict resolution abilities, solid judgment, and influencing skills
- Proven ability to multitask and balance multiple priorities simultaneously with the ability to be flexible with the changing needs of our business
What are the physical requirements of a Manager, Heavy MX & Induction?
- Ability to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (High Visibility clothing, Ear protection, safety glasses) when required; Up to 40% travel
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