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RNO 76 Aircraft Crew Chief - Reno (Second Shift)

RNO 76
About the job
The Aircraft Crew Chief reports to the Operations Manager and is responsible for the efficient execution of the work scope and for the maintenance, preventive maintenance and alterations performed under the authority of the FAA Certificated Repair Station. The Aircraft Crew Chief performs tasks and ensures tasks, within the scope of their normally assigned duties, are performed using established standards of quality and airworthiness.

Please note that this position is located in Reno.
Ensure that you present yourself in a professional manner and appearance in a day to day contact with customers, guests and co-workers
Effectively teams with the Customer Projects Coordinator and Quality Assurance Inspector assigned to the aircraft to efficiently execute the aircraft work scope and communicates at all levels of the organization and with customers
Attends the customer debrief meetings for all aircraft assigned
Assigns maintenance technicians and Quality Control Inspector personnel on crews and from support shops to perform the tasks required by the work scope and monitors performance to plan
Oversees the daily activities of assigned work crews taking necessary action to ensure that all work is completed within schedule and estimated labor and material costs
Drives the team for maximum efficiency and effective use of available resources including assignment of overtime as required and accurately charging labor hours to the appropriate Work Order Squawk
Assigns the tasks as required by the work scope with efficiency and to quality standards, paying particular attention to appropriately assigning tasks to the QC Inspectors
Ensures the use of applicable technical data, including but not limited to the methods, techniques and practices prescribed in the current manufacturer?s maintenance manual
Ensures that personnel assigned to perform tasks are qualified and identifies training requirements
Monitors all work performed by the crew to ensure that all work accomplished meets quality standards and is airworthy
Be thoroughly familiar with the Quality Control systems and procedures of the Repair Station / Quality Control Manual relative to the scope of their normally assigned duties and keep assigned crews aware of the Quality Control systems and procedures relative to their assignments.
Required qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent
FAA Mechanic's Certificate with Airframe and Powerplant rating.
Successful completion of at least (1) Falcon Initial Maintenance school
APU Operation qualified
Engine Run & Taxi qualified on at least (1) Falcon aircraft model
Three (3) years of leadership experience in a business jet maintenance environment.
Ability to lead and motivate subordinates.
Proven leadership, organizational and interpersonal skills
Strong problem solving and analytical skills
Strong computer skills including Word processing, Excel spreadsheets and project management applications
Demonstrated project management skills.
Desired qualifications
FAA Inspection Authorization is desirable.
Associates Degree in an Aviation field desired, or aircraft maintenance related experience equivalent.

For more information

Dassault Aviation

Direction Générale des Avions Civils
78 Quai Marcel Dassault
92552 Saint-Cloud Cedex 300


Dassault Falcon Jet Corp.

Teterboro Airport,
Box 2000
South Hackensack, NJ 07606