Lockheed Martin Corporation
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Resource is for an on-site Shift Leader that directs the performance of all Organizational-Level maintenance, repairs and modifications on MQ-1 and MQ-9 aircraft and associated equipment in accordance with (IAW) applicable government publications and directives. Attends customer meetings as required by the Performance Work Statement and is prepared to discuss maintenance actions and their impact on operations and logistics. Directs and assists in servicing, pre-, thru-, and post-flight inspections, launch and recovery activities, weapons loading and unloading, troubleshooting to the level described in the applicable MQ-1 and MQ-9 Technical Orders, LRU removal and replacement for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, scheduled periodic inspections and post-maintenance checks and verifications. Enforces strict adherence to technical data and management procedures IAW TO 00-5-1. Ensure aircraft and equipment status is accurately reflected in both the maintenance forms and the Maintenance Information System (MIS). Verifies aircraft status in the MIS no less than once per shift. Signs Exceptional Releases IAW TO 00-20-1 when authorized. Participates in developing and executing daily Air Tasking Orders. Manages the maintenance production effort by assigning priorities to meet the flying and maintenance schedules. Fully understands and is prepared to implement disaster control duties and responsibilities pertaining to aircraft/SE movement and personnel evacuation IAW government directives. Maintains a current copy of the on-base disaster map with cordon overlay and appropriate functional checklists outlining duties. Understands aircraft status and inventory reporting as covered in Air Force Instruction 21-103 and applicable supplements. Determines, tracks, and reports aircraft status, including ETIC, IAW AFI 21-103 and government directives. Authorize CANN actions when authorized. Monitors Crash, Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) program activities and local procedures designed to protect personnel and prevent further damage to aircraft, equipment, and other resources. Informs and provides aircraft status updates to the Maintenance Operations Control Center (MOCC). Verifies MICAP conditions exist and reviews MICAP‘s status daily for accuracy. Ensures flightline munitions are handled, accounted for, and expended IAW AFI 21-201 and local instructions. Ensures strict compliance and adherence with environmental directives and applicable environmental protection/compliance guidance. Ensures compliance with applicable government safety directives, standards, and industrial safety publications. Encourages a work environment of zero accident and injuries including no lost time accidents.
Must have at least nine (9) years experience in aircraft maintenance with at least three (3) years experience in a leadership and/or management role equivalent to an U.S. Air Force Maintenance or Production Superintendent. Must have at least 1 year experience on MQ-1 and/or MQ-9 aircraft.
Strong leadership skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills. Knowledgeable of applicable maintenance directives listed Air Force Instruction 21-101. Possesses the ability to cultivate relations and building partnerships at all levels within LMCO. Demonstrated ability for problem solving and prioritizing multiple projects. Understanding of ISO 9001:2008/AS 91000 quality standards and related federal/state/local laws/regulations. Current secret clearance desired
As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin’s team of 113,000 people works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers’ toughest challenges. Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin has employees based in all 50 states and more than 570 facilities that span 70 countries.
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ESS8806 MISSILES AND FIRE CTRL (S0806)
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Our employees are the core of our business here at Lockheed Martin. As the leading global security & aerospace company—and the #1 IT provider to the U.S. government—Lockheed Martin is a 115,000 person-strong team working to support the U.S. and its allies in the research, development and sustainment of advanced technology systems & services worldwide. Specialties Aeronautics, Information Technology, Space Systems, Defense, Technology, Cyber Security Over one hundred years ago, on August 16, 1912, Glenn L. Martin established the Glenn L. Martin Company in Los Angeles, California. He started the company after building his first plane in a rented church, where he took a leap of faith on his risky but innovative new aircraft design at the urging of none other than Orville Wright. Four months later and four hundred miles away, on December 19, 1912, Allan and Malcolm Lockheed founded the Alco Hydro-Aeroplane Company, later renamed the Lockheed Aircraft Company. Talented mechanics, they set up shop out of a garage, constructing seaplanes that would shatter speed and distance records for overwater flights.