Aircraft Records Operations Specialist Job in DFW Headquarters Building

Website American Airlines

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Your Duties And Responsibilities as a Aircraft Records Operations

  • Manages part and task-related configuration of active aircraft and generates internal instructions for ongoing maintenance items in SCEPTRE, including new aircraft deliveries and modifications
  • Maintains the daily maintenance tracking of active major aircraft assemblies (engines, APUs, landing gear, thrust reversers) for shop maintenance, part changes, and maintenance tasks including lease units
  • Corrects discrepancies by exercising problem-solving skills to ensure Tech Ops maintenance systems reflect actual configuration and maintenance/inspection status of active aircraft, engine, APU, landing gear assemblies, and components
  • Manages replacement of FAA Airworthiness Certificates and Aircraft registrations on active aircraft
  • Maintains Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELT) registrations on National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for active aircraft
  • Verifies accuracy of key information completed by Aircraft Maintenance Technicians as part of regulatory or safety-related tasks in Tech Ops maintenance systems on active aircraft
  • Implements SCEPTRE controls and procedures on active aircraft requested by Engineering, Maintenance Programs, and Maintenance Control departments to satisfy OEM and FAA requirements
  • Collaborates with Tech Ops partner departments on projects and initiatives including Maintenance Programs, Engineering, Maintenance Planning, Quality Assurance, and Line and Base Maintenance stations or internal shops

Who Can Apply For This Position 

  • 3 years of relevant experience
  • Lean Office or Lean Manufacturing training
  • Six Sigma certification or training
  • 5 years of relevant experience with airlines in lieu of an associates degree preferred
  • Experience with other aircraft maintenance systems such as SAP, MXI, Trax, Maintenix, FlightDocs, Traxxall
  • Aircraft maintenance records experience at a major airline
Job Details  
Company Name : American Airlines
Location : DFW Headquarters Building
Job Type : Full-Time