Working at Breeze Airways is an exciting endeavor and a serious commitment to bring “The World’s Nicest Airline” to life. We work cross-functionally with truly awesome Team Members to deliver on our mission: “To make the world of travel simple, affordable, and convenient. Improving our guests travel experience using technology, ingenuity and kindness.”

Position Summary

The Aircraft Records Specialist is responsible for maintaining and auditing aircraft records to ensure the airworthiness of Breeze aircraft, which includes all maintenance performed on the aircraft and critical parts such as engines, landing gear, and APUs. The Aircraft Records Specialist reports to the Aircraft Records Manager and supports the aircraft delivery process, including historical records review, investigations, and serves as a liaison with Approved Providers regarding aircraft records.

Essential Functions

  • Audit maintenance work packages accomplished and deferred maintenance items
  • Audit electronic logbook entries
  • Review documentation of maintenance accomplished for accuracy, proper signoffs, and compliance
  • Audit the removal and installation of components in the Maintenance Information System (MIS)
  • Review documentation of AD-related maintenance work for proper signoffs and compliance
  • Maintain accurate aircraft records including scanning, labeling/indexing, and filing
  • Manage aircraft and component time (flight hours/cycles) in the MIS
  • Build inventory of new and used aircraft
  • Maintain accurate engine, APU, and gear assembly build ups in MIS
  • Process teardown and buildup documentation from Repair Overhaul Provider
  • Utilize the MIS for random audits to verify accuracy of records
  • Ensure timely and accurate processing of data entry on all aircraft, engine, and APU maintenance documentation
  • Conduct historical research and prepare reports as requested
  • Respond to Team Member queries for records retrieval
  • Maintain accurate Repair Overhaul Provider component repair files
  • Ensure the accuracy of the MIS as it relates to Life Limited Parts and Time Limits
  • Coordinate with Planning, Engineering, Materials, and Maintenance Programs to ensure airframe requirements and components are properly tracked
  • Identify and champion process improvement opportunities
  • Assist the Aircraft Records Manager with investigations as required
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Manager, Aircraft Records

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • High School diploma or equivalent educational achievement
  • 5+ years of Aircraft Records experience, including auditing experience with maintenance paperwork
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Must have a valid passport with no travel restrictions
  • Must have authorization to work in the US as defined by the Immigration Reform Act of 1986
  • Must be flexible and willing to work days, nights, weekends, holidays, and overtime if needed
  • Must be willing to travel 20% of the time
  • Must be willing to work with other departments within the company as needed
  • High performance orientation, ability to work well under pressure, prioritize projects, meet deadlines, and maintain flexibility
  • Strong attention to detail, organization, and time management skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • Understanding and working knowledge of FAA regulations including FAR part 121 operations
  • Knowledgeable with Aircraft Maintenance Programs, Airworthiness Directives (ADs), and Technical Directives
  • Experience in Aircraft Records environment with a 121/135 operations
  • Familiar with an airline Maintenance Information Systems (MISes) such as TRAX
  • 4-year degree in Aerospace, Aviation Maintenance, or Business

Skills/Abilities

  • Skills in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Must be fluent in English
  • Exemplifies Breeze’s safety culture, values, and mission
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work with individuals and teams at all levels in the organization

 

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