Work Location: Montreal, Quebec
Department: Fleet Management
Reports to: Manager, Engine Fleet
The role includes tracking legacy military aircraft obsolescent parts lists, developing short-term and long-term solutions to related issues, supporting reliability program development and maintenance program update,. Reporting to the Engine Fleet Manager, the Fleet Management analyst will be responsible to establish action plans, create/update reports to provide visibility and status. The Fleet Management Analyst must be familiar with CARs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Liaise with suppliers, engineering, supply chain and maintenance team on any obsolescent part related issues;
- Support development of repairs and replacement parts;
- Support development/update of internal processes related to obsolescent parts and reliability;
- Develop reliability indicators to monitor replacement parts performance;
- Support maintenance program update;
- Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures;
- Create and present technical presentations;
- Perform other related duties as required.
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
- A Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Aeronautical, Materials or equivalent Engineering degree. Equivalent experience may be acceptable if candidate has strong pertinent background and strong analytical skills;
- 8-12 years of experience in similar position, or equivalent experience;
- Possess detailed knowledge of reliability and maintenance programs;
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills;
- Experience in handling technical/documentation aspects of maintenance repairs and replacement parts;
- Experience with Transport Canada Civil Aviation Regulations (CARs);
- Proven ability to prepare technical reports;
- Sound judgment and initiative;
- Ability to multitask and work without direct supervision;
- Strong interpersonal skills;
- Willingness to be on call and to work extended hours including weekends;
- Aircraft fleet experience;
- Ability to summarize;
- Organizational planning and Problem solver;
- Organizational skills and Tolerance to Stress;
- Fluent in French and English;
- Ability to perform all work in support of our Corporate Values of Safety, Teamwork, Focus, Innovation and Integrity;
- Position requires Level II Clearance with the Canadian Government and the ability to gain access to the Canadian Controlled Goods Program.
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