Hangar Coordinator Urgent
- Irving, Texas
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Hangar Coordinator job at Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Irving TX
Description, duties, responsibilities
Are you looking for a challenging and meaningful career? Then it is time to take your years of knowledge and experience and TRAIN TOMORROW’S TECHNICIANS at the Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Irving, TX.
Over the past 25 years, we have expanded to over a dozen campuses throughout the country, creating the world’s largest family of FAA approved Part 147 aviation maintenance schools. Our schools have close relationships with airlines such as Delta, United, Allegiant, Republic, and others, in addition to smaller airlines and MRO’s. At AIM, we train more FAA licensed aircraft mechanics than anyone else in the world and are only continuing to broaden our horizons.
We are always looking for qualified and experienced individuals to direct and lead our campuses and we currently are accepting resumes for a Hangar Coordinator at our campus in Irving, TX.
- Serve as the liaison between the Aviation Maintenance Program and the Director of Education.
- Serve as an Instructor when class size, or instructor absence, necessitates.
- Incorporate lean operations (5S) and perform kaizen/audit events throughout the year.
- Implement improvement measures and cost-effective strategies.
- Ensure that the Aviation Program operates in compliance with the regulatory agencies governing our schools.
- Conduct formal classroom and shop observations, and report to the Director of Education.
- Conduct Student Evaluation of Instruction surveys, and submit results to the Director of Education.
- Conduct Faculty Meetings as directed by the Director of Education. Submit minutes from each meeting held.
- Take an active role in the interview process for new instructors.
- Assist the Director of Education in the creation, monitoring, and updating of Faculty Personnel Report (FPR) for each Aviation Maintenance Technology Instructor.
- Assist the Director of Education in the creation, monitoring, and updating of Staff Personnel Report (SPR) for each Aviation Maintenance instructional team member.
- Ensure supplies and materials are purchased, and in place for required class projects.
- Ensure compliance with OSHA and other workplace safety regulatory agencies.
- Monitor student performance on required projects to ensure proper completion and compliance with the Aviation Maintenance Curriculum.
- Report any deficiencies to the Instructor and to the Director of Education.
- Collaborate with the Director of Education to design and fabricate training aids that will help meet the school’s curriculum.
- Medical Health Insurance, Dental and Vision Insurance, Life and Disability Insurance
- 401k Retirement Plan
- 2 weeks of annual vacation plus holidays and paid time off
- Educational Assistance
- MUST have previous Hangar Operations (have overseen hangar maintenance) experience
- MUST have a minimum of three years hands-on aviation maintenance repair and installation experience
- MUST have extensive background and experience in General Aviation (preferably on small single and twin-engine aircraft).
- MUST have a thorough knowledge of aircraft consumables including oils, lubricants, filters, overhaul parts, and paint.
- MUST have a full understanding of aircraft hardware. i.e., MS, AN, and NAS hardware.
- MUST have the ability to research and procure aircraft parts as needed to support all hangar training aids and hangar ground equipment (GSE).
- MUST have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs and web applications.
- Successful completion of post-secondary education accepted; BA degree preferred but will considers years of experience.
- Previous teaching experience a plus, with a minimum of one year at an AIM campus is preferred
- FCC, General Radiotelephone Operators License is preferred
- NCATT, AET Certification is preferred
- Special consideration to be given to candidates with an FAA Mechanic Certificate with at least an Airframe rating.
Aviation Institute of Maintenance Company Overview
The Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) is part of a successful group of companies, which first began in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1969. We have maintained a tradition of excellence in education throughout our expansion of aviation career schools over more than four decades.