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Monday Job of the Day - Aircraft Maintenance Liaison Engineer Field 3
San Diego, CA
This position requires the individual to coordinate Aircraft status between the Aircraft Technicians, Program Management, Flight Operations and Mission Coordinators. Must collect, monitor, audit, evaluate and analyze Aircraft Management Information Systems (AMIS) such as the Computerized Aircraft Maintenance Program (CAMP) and the US Air Force Integrated Maintenance Data Systems (IMDS). Periodically audits source data for accuracy, timeliness and compliance with directives. Collects and maintains data for use in analysis reports, studies and problem identification. This position relies on gathering a minimum set of product or process data that provides adequate visibility into the integrity of the modification process. This data may be acquired from contractor records. This position will rely heavily on evaluating planned contract deliverables and existing contractor procedures and working documents. This method of surveillance will be used where NG has confidence in the sub-contractor’s performance based on the use of FAA, DOD or sub-contractor certification of adherence to approved Government processes.
In addition the position will use oversight as a Quality process that uses customer-imposed product specification and process controls, such as MIL-Specifications, OEM specifications, NG specifications to direct the development and production of the product. The surveillance techniques which will be used for high-risk or critical aspects of contract performance.
Critical sub-contract functions are the following:
• Aircraft OEM specific inspections (Service Bulletins)
• FAA or DOD required maintenance (Airworthiness Directives)
• NG specific inspections
• Preventive Maintenance
• Engine and component repairs
• Payload Integration to Aircraft Interfaces
• Final acceptance of end product
Years of experience may be accepted in lieu of a degree.
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