Reporting to the Project Manager of Core Assets the Rotable Part position will
manage the flow of the rotable components throughout the business
Manage the complete flow for rotable components that have been removed from the aircraft
Determine the proper stock levels of the rotable component inventory to satisfy internal and external customers
Create service requests for outside vendors and work orders for in-house component repairs
Correspond with customers on when exchange components will be received and notify customers of any additional repair costs, they will be responsible for
Coordinate with internal Maintenance Teams to plan rotable component movements between aircraft and work orders
Work closely with the Accounting Team to ensure correct billing on rotable transactions
Notify the Technical Records Team of rotable component swaps both on and off aircraft
Manage all third party rotable component servicing, including quoting, status updates, and expediting service completion
Required Skills, Knowledge & Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Supply Chain Management preferred
Education/experience with Aviation Management an asset
1-2 years experience preferred
Proficient in Microsoft Office products, with solid knowledge of MS Excel Pivot-tables and V-lookups
Experience with Corridor Aviation Service Software is a highly favored asset but not required
Able to lift up to 20 lbs regularly and sit/stand for extended periods
Interest in the aviation industry would be beneficial
Attend training courses as directed by the company to ensure knowledge and skills are current
Ability to work under pressure and demonstrate strong organizational/time management skills
Positive attitude and strong work ethic
Able to adapt quickly to changing priorities
Able to work effectively independently and as part of a team
Ensure adherence to regulatory/professional standards and company policies
Make recommendations on policies and procedures to support continuous improvement
Other duties as assigned
Why work at Eagle?
We believe that everyone should enjoy their job and their place of work. We are constantly striving to ensure our workplace is respectful, safe, and most importantly a great place to be. Eagle puts a high value on cooperation, accountability, and dependability.
Eagle benefit package for permanent employees comprises health, dental, vision care, paramedical coverage (massage therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, etc.), health care spending account, travel medical, life insurance, AD&D, short and long term disability, and paid sick/personal days. We also offer a group RRSP program with company-matched contributions. We hold employee appreciation and social events throughout the year, and on-going learning and development programs.
Eagle is an equal opportunity employer and has policies in place to prevent discrimination in our hiring practices based on current Canadian legislation. We encourage applications from qualified aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and women.
All applicants must be eligible to work in Canada, are a permanent resident, or hold a current and valid authorization (i.e. work permit).
Currently, we are not accepting resumes from candidates located outside of Canada.
No phone calls will be accepted. We appreciate your interest but only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.