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Test Aircraft Manager Job In Patuxent River Estates, Maryland, Donatech Corporation

United States, Maryland, Patuxent River Estates
Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178481823
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Test Aircraft Manager Job In Patuxent River Estates, Maryland, Donatech Corporation
United States, Maryland, Patuxent River Estates,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Test aircraft manager


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Position would require the candidate to be a W2 employee of Donatech.



US Citizenship Required. 



The Test Aircraft Manager is a key member of the test team and is responsible for managing test aircraft by prioritizing, documenting, and controlling all configuration changes, maintenance or inspection requirements, technical directives compliance, parts removals/installs, and engine or sub-system modifications. Their function is to manage the configuration of the test aircraft to ensure all configuration changes are documented in the appropriate system/tool. They provide the engineering research, operational direction, and author work instructions for Maintenance Operations to complete the work on the aircraft. They coordinate with various departments (e.g., Test Director, Operations, Chief of Flight Test, Pilots, Safety, etc.) to ensure aircraft is properly configured and safely ready to test. They support and implement process improvements within the aircraft management department and the site while providing leadership to a cross-functional team.



Desired Skills:



FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certification



Understanding of Aircraft Maintenance Information Systems



Experience working with the US Military and understanding of their maintenance construct



Experience with Digital Transformation concepts and processes such as DevSecOps and Automated Test



Understand of typical aviation maintenance management concept and documentation



Formal program management training and certification



Demonstrated experience managing operational aircraft in a demanding environment



Comments for Suppliers: Must be a US citizen.



Must currently have and/or be capable of obtaining a security clearance.



Must currently have or be capable of successfully completing an NCIC criminal background check to access Pax NAS.



Must currently have or be capable of obtaining full unescorted access Pax NAS.



Must have a valid photo ID (driver's license + social security card or birth certificate OR US passport).



Must have valid driver's license/vehicle insurance to drive on base at Pax NAS.

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