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Aircraft Maintenance Manager

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Aircraft Maintenance Manager
Location Brize Norton, UK

Position Description

This position is for the manager of a C-17 Field Services maintenance team working in support of Royal Air Force C-17 operations at RAF Brize Norton. This is a new C-17 position opening in October 2013; initially the successful applicant will lead and manage a team of 34 Boeing employees performing C-17 maintenance at 1st Line ('O' and 'I' Level maintenance) under the day to day direction of the RAF. From October 2014 it is anticipated that the scope of the position will change such that the manager will be responsible for all aspects of planning and executing C-17 'Home Station Check' scheduled maintenance activities at RAF Brize Norton. The successful candidate will: lead and integrate a team of multi-discipline international C-17 aircraft maintenance technicians and mechanics in a field environment responsible for daily organizational level C-17 sortie generation; work with the resident Boeing Field Services team on airworthiness and parts issues; manage and execute scheduled maintenance activities in support of RAF flying schedules; monitor, report and execute budget and staffing plans; develop and establish policies, organizational structures and report performance. Candidates should have demonstrated experience in managing technical employees in an aerospace scheduled maintenance environment, including project management skills, knowledge of military airworthiness and regulatory systems. Must have the ability to: interact with senior military and company officials; work independently under time constraints and stress; excellent communication and people skills; familiarity with supply systems and military maintenance practices and procedures. Requires proficiency working in a multi-disciplined environment; the ability to function in a demanding, on-call, operational environment and must be able to obtain a UK security clearance.

Boeing Leadership Attributes

• Charts the Course
Starts with the customer ends with the customer. Translates strategy into actionable objectives and plans. Communicates clearly at one-on-one and group levels. Conveys sense of purpose and mission that motivates others. Maintains direction, balancing big-picture concern with day-to-day issues.

• Delivers Results
Keeps his/her promises. Does not rationalize shortfalls and is accountable. Demonstrates strong operational skills. Marshals the other Leadership Attributes in meeting commitments. Capitalizes on unanticipated opportunities and changing circumstances to meet commitments.

• Finds a Way
Continuously monitors customers and operations to spot issues. Faces reality and adjusts to keep commitments. Models confidence that sees change as opportunities. Uses Boeing complexity as leverage, not an excuse.

• Inspires Others
Energizes, excites, and motivates others. Creates and models a confident and winning atmosphere. Builds teams whose impact is far greater than the sum of their parts. Inspires in ways that are consistent with Boeing's values. Celebrates success and learns from disappointments. Creates an atmosphere where all see opportunities to stretch, take risks, create, contribute and learn.

• Lives the Boeing Values
Models, leads and is committed to the Boeing values, principles and business-conduct policies. Earns the trust and respect of all Boeing stakeholders. Ensures effective business, compliance and financial controls. Promotes integrity in all that we do. Demonstrates commitment to and takes advantage of diversity. Creates an environment of respect and inclusion. Does not use abusive or intimidating behavior. Bounds vigorous pursuit of individual and business objectives with overall interest and reputation of the company.

• Sets High Expectations
Sets high expectations rooted in ensuring competitiveness. Sets high expectations for him/herself first. Has courage to raise the bar continuously/routinely. Holds self and others accountable for continuous improvement. Communicates expectations directly, openly and effectively. Shows people and teams how to reach (acts as a coach).

Competencies

General

Technical
Customer Focus Process Management Skills Decision Making Communication Building Positive Relationship Customer Knowledge Planning and Organizing

Basic Qualifications For Consideration
Do you have prior experience managing an aerospace maintenance team.

Typical Education/Experience
Prefer relevant Bachelor's degree and experience. However, a combination of other qualifications and experience relevant to the position will be considered.

Other Job related information
Boeing is seeking experienced managers that have worked in an aircraft maintenance environment, preferably with some background in planning, organizing and executing scheduled maintenance work against tight deadlines. Knowledge of military aircraft maintenance and airworthiness regulations is highly desirable. NOTE: offers will be contingent on successful award of a C-17 maintenance support contract to Boeing. Initial employment will be for a 12-month fixed term, with potential for further extension. CANDIDATES MUST HAVE CURRENT LEGAL AUTHORIZATION TO WORK IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. BOEING WILL NOT ATTEMPT TO OBTAIN IMMIGRATION AND LABOR SPONSORSHIP FOR ANY APPLICANTS. Applicant must list all of the Countries in which you are a citizen. If you have work authorization for a country that you are not a citizen of, please explain this on the top of your resume. Benefits and pay are determined at the local level and are not part of Boeing U.S.-based payroll.

 

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