Prudential Ins Co of America
Director of Maintenance (Security)
Responsible for ensuring that all aircraft are dispatched with the safety of passengers and flight crew as their top priority. Key responsibilities:
Plan and control aircraft maintenance ensuring aircraft are airworthy and safe.
Coordinate and supervise company maintenance technicians and third-party maintenance providers to perform work on company aircraft.
Remove unsafe aircraft or aircraft that do not comply with FAA regulatory requirements from service.
Ensure maintenance technicians have access to company policies and current technical and regulatory publications necessary to perform maintenance duties.
Liaison with the FAA and other national aviation authorities on maintenance topics.
Ensure aircraft maintenance records required by FAA regulations, manufacturers, and company policy are established and maintained.
Ensure compliance with airworthiness directives and service bulletins that affect company aircraft.
Establish, evaluate, and promote maintenance safety policies and procedures for ground operations.
Manage the training program and training records for maintenance personnel.
Ensure calibration of test equipment.
Ensure products, parts, supplies, and consumables meet the specifications and requirements set forth by the manufacturer and that necessary amounts of these items are maintained.
Monitor expiration dates of first aid kits, automatic external defibrillators, and survival / emergency equipment.
Review and update emergency and survival equipment list on an annual basis and/or as equipment and contents change.
Evaluate effectiveness of maintenance safety policies and procedures for ground operations.
Ensures technicians participate in the SMS to identify incidents, hazards, and/or defects in the maintenance control system.
Addresses maintenance SMS deficiencies with the safety program manager and the safety officers.
Other duties as assigned by the VP, Aviation.