Hub Maintenance Coordinator

Job Description

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Technical Operations/Maintenance

Technical Operations include the maintenance and overhaul of our aircraft. This includes aircraft maintenance technicians, engineers, planners, ground equipment and facilities teams, supply chain teams, and more.

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Job overview and responsibilities

Reporting to Manager or Shift Manager, representing the station Technical Operations department in a professional manner while interacting and coordinating with other departments in the Station Operations Center, Aircraft Routing, Aircraft Dispatch, and Flight Crews.

  • Receive and coordinate the recovery of maintenance discrepancies initiated by inbound and outbound flight crews Coordinate and track the recovery of scheduled deferred items
  • Notify and communicate the status of aircraft that are out of service or on a maintenance delay to Maintenance Control and Local Operations
  • Coordinate and track planned maintenance efforts for thru flights
  • Initiate and update TOC (Technical Operations Computer System) and AMIS logs on all aircraft that are out of service, in a planned hold or have significant maintenance activities on going
  • Coordinate station supplier requirements that are required to support maintenance activities
  • Identify and communicate maintenance troubleshooting and repair procedures as required
  • Ensure delay reports are entered and compile delay data for tracking and analysis


  • 5 years in the aircraft maintenance industry
  • FAA A&P Certificate
  • Extensive knowledge of aircraft maintenance operations and applicable FAA regulations
  • Contract and regulatory experience
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States for any employer without sponsorship
  • Successful completion of interview required to meet job qualification
  • Reliable, punctual attendance is an essential function of the position
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  • Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Management, Engineering or related field or comparable experience
  • 2 years in a leadership role within a large maintenance organization including a unionized labor workforce
  • A proven successful track record
  • Strong cultural awareness to build and maintain professional relationships on a global basis

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