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Senior Manager Technical Training Jobs in Seattle, WA at Saltchuk Aviation

Title: Senior Manager Technical Training

Company: Saltchuk Aviation

Location: Seattle, WA


Northern Air Cargo (NAC), Aloha Air Cargo (AAC), and Northern Aviation Services are part of Saltchuk Aviation and Saltchuk family of companies. Our mission is to provide safe, reliable aviation services for our customers and create a place for employees to build long-term careers. Primary operations serve customers in Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, South America, and the Caribbean.

The Sr. Manager of Technical Training leads the organization (3-5 direct reports) responsible for Company training for mechanics, inspectors, engineers, and stores personnel in accordance with Federal Air Regulations and Company policies by performing the following duties:


In collaboration with the AAC and NAC Directors of Maintenance and Directors of Quality Control, establishes approved technical (maintenance, inspection, engineering, materiel including TRAX) training programs and modules

Maintains and ensures that programs and modules are kept current as rules, regulations, or company policies change

Ensures training programs operate in compliance with all pertinent regulations and policies

Supervise Tec Ops Operations Training team including hiring, training, coaching, and developing, giving timely feedback, performance reviews and progressive discipline process

Dedicated servant leader that fosters a positive and productive work environment

Champion of LEAN and continuous improvement

Assign projects to the Tech Ops training instructor as necessary

Assists in developing training media, related manuals, and processes in support of improved Tech Ops training.

Ensures the instruction techniques instructors are satisfactory and conform to Company policies as well as industry standards.

Updates and revises the General Maintenance Manual (GMM) as necessary

Maintains a close working relationship with the FAA Principal Maintenance Inspector (PMI) in conjunction with the training program as it pertains to FAA requirements and Company compliance

Promotes safety, efficiency and adherence to departmental and company policies and government regulations

Enhances the professionalism of the Tech Ops through training standardization.

Maintains currency on regulations, departmental and company policies, and methods of training

Performs auditing functions as required

Ensures the accurate and timely completion of training records

At the completion of training, accurately audits, records, and files training records

Corporate and personal information confidentiality is required.

Other duties as assigned.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and / or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED); bachelor’s degree preferred

Airframe and Powerplant license

Proficient in computer-based environments including Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office Suite (including Power Point) and web browsers

Extremely flexible due to daily changes in operational demands

Collaborative team player with strong interpersonal skills

Previous supervisory experience strongly preferred

Experience developing courseware preferred


Excellent English oral and written communication skills

Bilingual in Spanish preferred

Ability to read, analyze and interpret doc…