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Aircraft Records Analyst

Company: Swift Air
Location: Greensboro
Posted on: August 6, 2022

Job Description:

Job Description Qualifications The following outlines our minimum requirements for applicants: Possess a working knowledge of the record keeping and transfer requirements of the FAA. Possess a working knowledge of the record keeping and transfer policies and procedures as outlined in the Company GMM. Have completed Company indoctrination training within 30 days from initial employment. Must meet the initial and recurrent training requirements identified in the training chapter within this GMM. Excel computer skills required as well as electronic document maintenance. Familiarity with FAR---s and ATA codes a plus. Desired Experience Have at least six months previous experience working with aircraft records systems (preferably connected with an air carrier operation). Specific Duties and Responsibilities Reports to the DQC. Maintains aircraft, engine and component files and records in accordance with the GMM. Is responsible for the tracking and upkeep of ADs, Life Limited Parts, and Inspection records. Is the custodian and initial auditor of completed returned aircraft Maintenance Discrepancy Logs. Is responsible for the weekly review and any required updating of the computer tracking system. Monitors, verifies and corrects electronic Flight Logs. Is responsible for any other duties as requested by the DQC. Updates aircraft utilization report. Monitors tool calibration program as required. Assists DQC with CAS data preparation. Completes and updates the major alteration reports required by 14 CFR --121.707.

Keywords: Swift Air, Greensboro , Aircraft Records Analyst, Professions , Greensboro, North Carolina

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