Job Title:

1st Shift Site Supervisor

Location:
Category:
Aviation Maintenance
Job Division:
LAUNCH Aviation Jobs - Maintenance Controller LAUNCH Aviation Jobs - OEM Positions LAUNCH Professional Jobs - Program/Project Management
Posting #:
2019-14663

Job Summary:

 

1st Shift Site Supervisor

 

 

LAUNCH is looking for a 1st Shift Site Supervisor for the facility in Hebron, KY. This is a 4-month contract to direct role that is paying up to $23 per hour.  

 

 

The Site Supervisors` key role includes, but is not limited to:

  • Ensure all maintenance activities are in compliance with pertinent FAA regulations and customer requirements
  • Plan and coordinate with the Area Manager and/or Station Manager on production workflow and manpower requirements
  • Assign qualified repair technician to tasks and ensure staffing level
  • Facilitate and monitor training and recurrent training in relation to FAA regulations, manufacturer’s technical data, RSM/QCM, customer requirements are conducted according to the approved repair station training programs (including compulsory training)
  • Ensure all employees are adequately trained and competent within the workshop
  • Ensure training records for all repair station personnel comply with RSM/QCM 
  • Ensure administration of work orders and time sheets are completed accurately and timely in accordance with Company Procedures
  • Monitor and maintain inventory stock levels to comply with inventory stock control procedures
  • Repair aviation components when required
  • Assist the Station Manager/Area Manager in responding to audit reports
  • Manage technicians to ensure quality and production needs are met
  • Perform duties delegated by Station Manager/Area Manager
  • Assist facility manager for special projects as required
  • Involve and support bi-annual internal audit as required by RSM/QCM 
  • Actively promote the “Zero Harm” ideals (as stated in the ZH charter)
  • Drive and maintain Zero Harm culture   
  • Provide feedback/suggestion to improve customer satisfaction
  • Communicate with customers and regulatory agencies during audits or visits
  • Assist in Loading/Unloading vehicles     
  • Perform repairs when necessary 
  • Operate a forklift, when trained/qualified
  • Ensure system security of our FAA approved electronic recordkeeping system regarding their area/s of responsibility
  • Maintain safe and clean work environment

 

Qualifications and Requirements:

 

  • 18 months practical experience in a sheet metal or aviation workshop 
  • 2 years supervisory experience
  • Experience with Inventory management 
  • Ability to work in a high activity/fast paced environment while managing associated stress
  • Possesses excellent organizational skills and ability to work independently
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Quality decision making
  • Problem-solving abilities
  • Demonstrates ability to manage processes
  • Knowledge of industry best practices
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to facilitate  meetings and effectively lead groups
  • Must clear a Drug Test and Background check before starting.