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Aircraft Maintenance Scheduler III

Aerospace and Aviation

Aircraft Electrician


Andrews AFB, Maryland, United States

Job Summary

Responsible for the day-to-day operations of an aircraft Plans and Scheduling office in accordance with AFI 21-101 and other applicable instructions in support of 1st Helicopter Squadron.

Production Control responsibilities include :

Proper management, and training, of assigned aircraft production controllers to ensure that associated records and documentation are completed correctly and on time. Manages and coordinates aircraft scheduling. Develops operational and maintenance scheduling requirements for all assigned aerospace vehicles, engines, and related support equipment into long range, quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily plans to make efficient use of resources.

Ensures the Production Superintendent and Maintenance Supervision are advised of maintenance capability, problem areas, and adherence to production schedules. Represents Maintenance Supervision in coordinating aircraft and equipment utilization, sortie rates and flying hour program with Operations. Acts as the aircraft scheduling focal point for the 89th Airlift Wing Maintenance Operations Center (MOC), 89th Operations Group Current Operations Offices, and the 1st and 99th Airlift Squadrons.

Prepares, coordinates, and conducts monthly briefings with the
office of the Vice Chief of Staff for Air Missions (CVAMS) to ensure maintenance and operation requirements are met.

Manages, develops, and schedules in the Maintenance Information System (MIS) the inspection work packages for major, intermediate level, and scheduled inspections such as aircraft phases; schedules and
conducts pre and post-inspection meetings for Phase. Manages the aircraft phase flow.

Documentation Responsibilities include: Maintaining the Aircraft Jacket File; receives, transfers, inspects, files, and updates active and inactive historical documents for assigned equipment.

Manages and performs Configuration Management; validates suspense and verifies correct parts are installed in the proper configuration on assigned aircraft. Manages, and performs the Time Compliance Technical Order
(TCTO), Time Change (TCI) and Special Inspection (SI) Programs; orders required parts/kits, forecasts, schedules and monitors accomplishment, conducts document reviews, chairs required meetings. Manages and
maintains the Job Standard Master Listing (JSML) for TCI’s, SI’s, and for profiles listed in the applicable technical order.

Aerospace Vehicle Distribution Officer (AVDO) Responsibilities include: Managing the number of assigned, possessed and available aircraft, submits reports to Higher Headquarters as required. Manages and coordinates
the depot program with depot and other agencies to ensure on time input/return from depot maintenance.

Reviews all aircraft debriefs via MIS and aircraft utilization reports, verifies correct flying hour data is correctly accounted for/updated, reconciles the monthly/yearly flying hour program with Debrief and Operations. Practices good housekeeping and safety at all times. Performs other duties related to occupational field as assigned.

Minimum Requirements

  • Minimum of four years experience in plans, scheduling and documentation functions.
  • Must be proficient in personal computer use to include a working knowledge of MS Office and Project.
  • Must have a strong working knowledge of the Maintenance Information System (MIS) .
  • Must possess strong oral and written communication skills and be capable of working in an exceptionally dynamic scheduling environment.
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security
  • US Citizenship is required.

Preferred Qualifications

  • First-hand experience with 11th Wing aircraft scheduling is highly desirable.