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Contract Maintenance Program Manager -Contingent upon award

Description
This position is contingent upon contract award.
Position Description
The Contract Maintenance Program Manager shall possess all the qualifications of an Aircraft Lead Mechanic in addition to the following:
(i) At least 5 years in a management position of an aviation maintenance control system including scheduling maintenance staff, managing back shops and coordinating logistics to support a flight schedule.
(ii) Individual shall have experience leading a diversified team in an aerospace environment, possess strong interpersonal and team building skills, with a proven ability to attract, hire and motivate a strong team.
(iii) Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
(2) Duties shall include but are not limited to- Contract Maintenance Program Manager shall be capable of completing all the duties if an Aircraft Lead Mechanic in addition to the following:
(i) Plan, schedule, forecast and execute a sound maintenance program as identified in
B.3
(ii) Oversight of all maintenance activities and technicians for assigned aircraft
(iii) Ensure assigned maintenance personnel are properly trained, certified and so designated
(iv) Attend regularly scheduled planning meetings with management to ensure required aircraft scheduled and unscheduled maintenance are properly planned for
(v) Ensuring USCG ALMIS system and policies are used properly to track all aircraft parts and maintenance activities
(vi) Ensure staff is available for all maintenance evolutions at MCC and dispatched locations. Schedule staffing to ensure availability without exceeding duty limitations.
(vii) Serve as a single point-of-contact, communications between contracted staff and USFS/USCG staff on all matters affecting aircraft status.
(viii) Direct contract staff in the daily performance of duties in regards to the SOW.
(ix) Provide accurate financial and work hour accountability reports to the government when required.
(x) Perform he following functions IAW the USCG PG-85-00-10A ACMS Process Guide:
(A) Enter Maintenance Procedure Cards (MPC) into ACMS
(B) Produce ALMIS reports (Maintenance Due List, Configuration Reports, Significant Component History Reports, Maintenance Requirements Lists, etc.)
(C) Assist Government with basic issues associated with MPC submission and recording.
(D) Ensure MPC deck is kept up to date with latest revisions/changes.
(E) Recommend/submit changes to ALC ACMS analysts for changes to ACMS reports and/or MPC intervals/applicability.
Qualifications and Skills Requirements
(1) Ability to read, write, speak and understand English fluently,
(2) Shall be citizens of the United States (U.S.),
(3) Ability to read, understand and apply trade or administrative guides such as technical manuals, technical orders, blueprints, sketches, and other related documents,
(4) Have skill in the use of standard and specialized tools and the equipment of the trade including fixtures, templates, scales, test stands and external power sources,
(5) Ability to work in cramped, awkward and strained positions or to climb ladders, work platforms, scaffolding and aircraft structures,
(6) Knowledge of specific hazardous materials and hazardous wastes procedures is necessary, including the proper fitting and usage of protective gear and completion of related training,
(7) Capability to work in regulated areas with toxic materials present including hexavalent chromium and cadmium. This will include use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as protective clothing, etc.,
(8) Knowledge, skill and ability to follow appropriate safety procedures common to the trade, including Confined Spaces policy and procedures,
(9) Hold a valid driver's license from one of the United States of America, a CDL is preferred.
(10) Possess skill in reading and understanding data and settings from HC-130H cockpit instruments and gauges, and
(11) Ability to reach, bend, walk, pull, sit, stand, crouch, stoop, kneel and stretch for prolonged periods of time. Frequently lift parts and equipment that weigh up to 20 pounds. Occasionally, may lift and carry items that weigh about 90 pounds with mechanical lifting devices or assistance from other workers, if required.



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