Job ID: 2019-3004 # of Openings: 1 Category: Technical Operations City: Purchase State: NY Company: Atlas Air, Inc
Provides critical component repairs analysis to support Atlas and Polar Air Cargo. Manages approximately thirty assigned vendors - with increasing complexity, along with their open Repair Orders to improve turnaround time (TAT), reliability, and performance on all repaired components. Identify repeated repairs of components through repair cycle to ensure improved component reliability. Builds vendor relationships to ensure positive and reliable repair service.
Run daily internal Supply Chain reports from Sequel Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to monitor, approve, and update all component repair orders.
Review and compare quotes sent by vendors by checking the history in Trax, making sure all Engineering Orders are being accomplished, and by checking the warranty history.
Confirm and approve all quotes. Ensure all quotes are saved in the appropriate vendor folder, updated in TRAX and sent back to vendor in a timely fashion.
Responsible for the timely and cost-effective shipping of components from the shop. Communicate with appropriate parties so components can be consolidated and shipped to stations. Ensures vendors follow our protocols in a proper manner to protect against damage, provide accurate documentation and include photos prior to leaving their dock.
Ensures adherence to both Preferred and Contractual Vendors, and coordinates the addition of new vendors with Quality Assurance Management. Makes sure vendors are on Approved Vendors List (AVL) and are being monitored by the Quality Assurance Team.
Approves all invoices including any Notice of Exceptions (NOE) and Non Receipt Inventory (NRI) within five business days from when the invoices has been entered.
Identify, analyze and troubleshoot Order Receiving Discrepancies (ORD) within seven days by obtaining any information needed to resolve all discrepancies.
Reviews history of component for removal times and repair history. Reviews No Fault found components and communicates with reliability and engineering teams to ensure units can be returned to stock.
Identify, analyze and document vendor performance through the Repair Vendor Management Scorecard program, and make appropriate recommendations to management using the outline Atlas Measured Categories (Time Between Failure, Bad From Stock, Responsiveness, and Discrepancies)
Analyze adverse component reliability trends regularly and initiate communication with repair vendors. Escalate any vendors performing below the scorecard criteria to management for action.
Gathers updates from AOG Desk to perform analysis of the aircraft maintenance programs to achieve the highest level of safety and economics.
Coordinates with the Reliability group to ensure optimal component performance reliability.
Expedites all Aircraft on Ground (AOG) and critical parts assigned to repairs.
Participates in the thorough analysis of various fleet component reliability issues as requested by internal customers and management.
Ensures all quotes are saved in the appropriate vendor folder, updated in TRAX and sent back to vendor in a timely manner.
Collaborate with vendors to efficiently research status of open and closed repair and exchange orders using different system options (TRAX), to ensure all orders are closed.
Follow GMM and SOP for scrapping material.
Performs additional duties as assigned by the Director, SR. Manager, and Manager of Component Repairs.
Minimum 4-6 years airline material management, industrial production management, military logistics experience or equivalent
Experience with computer skills to include Microsoft Office and TRAX
Strong analytical, decision-making, and problem solving skills
Proven attention to detail
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Ability to manage a challenging workload effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced environment.
Demonstrates the practice of Competence, Consistency, Curiosity, Connection, and Courage when assigned duties