Director of Technical Records Job at Adecco in Miami, FL
Responsible for the review of technical records and logistical functions in pre and post review of aircraft and engine acquisition.
Perform physical aircraft and engine surveys and records evaluations in support of due diligence efforts for lease or purchase.
Assist the Technical Services Department in ensuring conformity of acquired aircraft and engines.
Coordinate aircraft needs and status information with the VP Technical Services during aircraft preparation for lease, purchase, or sale.
Perform audit and training of maintenance representatives (contractors) in support of aircraft preparation lease, purchase, or sale.
Assign the Manager Technical Records duties related to the preparation of aircraft and engine data storage computer files.
Interface and monitor contract DER’s, manufacturers, and vendor engineering personnel in the preparation of FAA acceptable engineering and technical data.
Direct and Manage, review and oversee the auditing of Life Limited Part Summaries, Airworthiness Directives and applicable technical and operational documentation for Company and customer engines and aircraft.
Full responsibility for evaluating newly released Federal Aviation Administration Airworthiness Directives / OEM Service Bulletins and their impact on potential sales, leasing and operational life of engine fleet.
Assist Executive Management, Asset Directors, Leasing Director and Sales personnel in support of engine sale and pre-lease activity.
Provide post-sale / post-lease support to external customers in answering technical
questions, researching / obtaining technical data and supplying customer-required
All other duties related to such transactions.
Education and Experience:
Minimum of ten (10) years’ experience specifically related to the inspection of large transport category aircraft and aircraft and engine records.
Must hold a current FAA Airframe and Powerplant rating and have at least ten (10) years diverse large aircraft maintenance experience.
Skills and Abilities:
Be fully knowledgeable of the FAR requirements related to aircraft airworthiness and conformity.
Demonstrated ability to lead people and obtain results is required.
Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities and function as a member of a team.
Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Must be efficient with a desire to succeed.
Must exhibit a high level of confidentiality with work product.
About the Company
Company Location: Miami, FL