Job Title: Technical Analyst
Department: Airline Procurement
Days: Monday – Friday Hours per Week: 40
Commitment to Position: 2 years Hours: 08:00 – 16:30
Flex Time: Yes, 15 minutes before or after scheduled start time
Rotating Shifts: No
Work Environment: Dynamic office environment consisting of Administrative, Business Professional, Engineering Groups, Vendor Reps and Management personnel. Self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision. Expected to manage multiple activities concurrently and reporting and updates to internal and external customers.
Job Summary: Evaluate inventory support material and services requirements for UPS’s airline. Individual will be working with various airline groups to determine requirements, component interchangeability, configuration requirements, sourcing options, negotiating with suppliers, and maintaining project tracking/reporting. The individual will assist in the development of short/long range material support for the airline along with special projects as assigned.
Job Description: Specialists in the Asset Management Groups will have a systematic understanding of the Planning, Purchasing, Repair, and negotiations for aircraft components and services. This knowledge will be used to successfully control the supply chain of these assets and coordinate customer requirements. Customers include Aircraft Line and Heavy Maintenance, Engineering, as well as other key Support and Procurement Services functions. Interpret Engineering and OEM technical documents to validate effectively and interchangeability. Analyze component repair requirements and processes. Liaison with component repair vendors.
Required Skills: Formal training in a relevant aviation field and/or extensive aerospace industry experience. Degree preferred. Must understand the effects of material support on the maintenance organization. Ability to collect technical and cost data to identify trends. Candidate must possess a technical, statistical, and analytical aptitude to interpret OEM Drawings, IPCs, AMM, MELs, E/Os and other aviation industry technical documents and processes. Preferred skills include commercial expertise, negotiation, technical and financial skills to component repair and overhaul costs, alternative parts, and alternative repair authorizations. Ability to comfortably and confidently interface and negotiate with monopolistic suppliers and our aircraft engineering teams to standardize component specifications and ensure our cost per flight hour is best in class while maintaining reliability. Contract development and ability to interpret and execute to terms is desired. Proficiency in all Microsoft Office products and understanding of project management.
Additional Skills: Relevant aviation field and aerospace industry experience. Prefer a working knowledge of UPS supporting systems (MIPS, IMPACTS, ADMS, etc.). Familiarity with GMM, FARs, and other regulatory requirements. Ability to interpret and apply requirements in Service Bulletins (SBs), Advisory Directives (ADs), Advisory Circulars, and Service Letters. Strong communication skills. Candidate must possess a technical, statistical, and analytical aptitude.
Interpersonal Skills: Ability to work in a regulated environment with minimal supervision. Must have great attention to detail and prioritization skills. Must be able to clearly communicate with internal and external customers. Ability to interact and work with Administrative, Business Professionals and Management on a daily basis. Able to make quick decisions and adjust plans under operational pressure. Team player with proven leadership skills.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen or National of the U.S., an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence, or an alien authorized to work in the U.S. for this employer
Employer will not sponsor visas for position.
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