Honeywell Aircraft Maintenance Planner in Phoenix, Arizona
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Honeywell Flight Test Operations is seeking an experienced aircraft maintenance professional to develop schedules and work packages in support of a diverse fleet of aircraft. The aircraft maintenance planner is responsible for multiple aspects of planning in support of aircraft scheduled inspections and engineering modifications. The maintenance planner will use web-based computerized aircraft maintenance programs (CAMPs) to develop and distribute accurate schedules ensuring full compliance with aircraft inspection programs, FAA airworthiness directives and manufacturer’s service instructions. The maintenance planner will also prepare detailed and current work packages for scheduled inspections which include inspection program task cards, airworthiness directives, service bulletins and service instructions which will be used by aircraft mechanics and technicians performing these inspections. Candidates will use their strong background in aircraft inspection programs and regulatory requirements to create work instructions that will allow for the efficient completion of the work scopes. In addition, the maintenance planner will work closely with flight test engineering to integrate the maintenance schedule with the overall Flight Test Operations projects schedule to support accurate and timely department schedules. The maintenance planner will report to the Manager of Aircraft Maintenance and will have the opportunity to work independently as well as in cross-functional teams.
YOU MUST HAVE
High School Diploma
3 years’ experience with computerized aircraft maintenance tracking programs
Federal Aviation Administration Airframe & Power Plant License
Strong skills using Microsoft Office Suite
Federal Aviation Administration Inspection Authorization (IA)
Previous experience interpreting complex airworthiness directives, manufacturer's service bulletins and engineering electrical and mechanical drawings
Strong experience with aircraft maintenance tracking programs such as CAMP Systems, AVTRAK, or CessCom
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