Are you passionate about reaching new heights, teamwork and making a meaningful contribution? Do you picture yourself as a valued member of an industry-leading organization? If you answered yes to these questions, Air Canada is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join the diverse and vibrant team working together to lead the growth and expansion of Canada’s flag carrier.
The Fleet Transition Workscope Manager will be responsible to lead and ensure proper follow up on the different initiatives under Fleet Engineering for aircraft retiring or aircraft introduction in the areas of aircraft avionics & systems, engines & APU, structures, and Landing Gears.
- Establish a schedule and manage deliverables for the following activities as applicable:
- Aircraft survey
- Technical Review
- Engineering Instructions Preparation
- Technical Support
- Providing support to Engineer team during acceptance and delivery
- Prepare and/or review the technical records and publications of the return or intro aircraft.
- Establish the status of airframe and components in regards of the Air Canada Standards.
- Facilitate, support, and monitor workscope and documentation development.
- Action necessary transaction in introducing aircraft to the maintenance and engineering systems (e.g. Trax)
- Identify and prepare documentation for return or disposal of loose equipment.
- Support cost mitigation programs, aircraft/engine evaluations and recommendations.
- Act as a subject matter expert as required and make recommendations on lease conditions and fleet planning.
- Establish and maintain processes and standards ensuring knowledge capture and transfer, as well as continuous improvement strategies.
- Act on behalf of direct supervisor when required and represent Fleet Engineering at internal and external functions.
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering
- Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills and experience dealing with a large number of people in customer and supplier relationships.
- Ability to communicate effectively.
- Strong understanding of regulatory requirements and lease arrangements.
- Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and direction to a team of direct reports in a fast-changing environment.
- Strong knowledge of safety, environmental and other regulatory requirements, policies and standards.
- Strong technical background of aircraft systems and operations.
Based on equal qualifications, preference will be given to bilingual candidates.
At Air Canada, we want to fly higher when it comes to employment equity. We, therefore, encourage applications from Aboriginal peoples, women, members of a visible minority and persons with a disability. Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.