RC-26 Aircraft Records Administrator

US-TX-San Antonio
2 months ago(11/14/2017 12:07 PM)
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Supervises the RC-26 Records and Reliability Department to maintain accurate, updated aircraft maintenance records to ensure that aircraft inspections and life limited and time controlled components are accomplished within established time limits. Reports directly to the RC-26 Quality Manager


  1. Supervises and assigns the employees of the Records and Reliability Department to assure prompt, accurate updating of all aircraft records.
  2. Verifies complete computer records for all tracked airframe/landing gear/engine/propeller items and adds new requirements as provided by the Manager of Quality Control.
  3. Supervises the backup Cardex record system for all tracked inspections and airframe/landing gear/engine/propeller components.
  4. Assists the RC-26 Director of Maintenance and Maintenance Control Department in the planning and scheduling of all controlled maintenance tasks and component replacement prior to their due times or dates.
  5. Work with Field Service Representatives (FSRs) to schedule maintenance at their respective sites while ensuring no task or component will exceed its prescribed time interval. Ensure that all scheduled items are performed or rescheduled for compliance within the time limitation limits of the IPM.
  6. Provide upper management with long-range forecasts of heavy maintenance (e.g. engine overhauls, hot section inspections, landing gear overhauls, propeller overhauls etc.).
  7. Notifies the RC-26 Manager of Quality Control of inadequacies in record or compliance of scheduled maintenance events.
  8. Must be well versed in the DA Pamphlet 738-751
  9. Provide monthly CDRL reports as directed by the Director of Maintenance or Program Manager.
  10. Perform additional duties as required by the Quality Manager.
  11. Daily attendance is an essential of the position.




Requires 5 years experience in aircraft records research. Should be experienced in the development and maintenance of aircraft record keeping systems as they apply to FAR’s, part 135 and part 121 organizations. Must be PC literate and able to adapt to basic computerized maintenance records system. Strong mathematical skills.







Office environment, with exposure to maintenance and flight line operations, including prolonged exposure to noise and tolerable exposure to heat, dust and chemical fumes.


Occasional exposure to typical factory conditions such as engine noise, riveting, dust and chemical fumes, none of which is to the extent of being intolerable. Hearing, vision and breathing protection provided in appropriate areas.


Some exposure to elements of weather when traveling and/or commuting between buildings.


Work in an area that is mechanically heated and cooled.


Must be willing to travel





Normal physical exertion often requiring walking, and prolonged periods of work on foot or standing. Some extended hours of work involved. Occasional air travel.


Requires physical effort associated with standing/walking/sitting.


Requires the use of either or both hands for grasping items, manual dexterity is required, and the ability to push/pull, i.e., open/close file cabinets and/or handle machinery.


Requires ability to twist, bend, squat, climb, and/or other body movements to successfully accomplish the requirements of the position.


Requires the ability to reach above shoulder height in accomplishing job tasks.


Sufficient vision required to successfully accomplish the requirements of the position.


Requires sustained periods of concentration.


Must be able to handle stressful situations without affecting logical decision making.



Aircraft Records Administrator



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