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June

Amo Production Planner

Jetstar Airways - Melbourne, VIC

Engineering
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JOB DESCRIPTION

Jetstar thrives on innovation! We are always looking to employ ambitious and proactive professionals to help our business work smarter and more efficiently. You will be encouraged to think innovatively whilst developing and maintaining best practice. What’s more, this role will see you working as part of a broader group Jetstar and Qantas structure.


The primary purpose of the AMO Production Planner is to plan all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requests from the Part 42 organisations. This involves ensuring that the Engineering line maintenance team has adequate facilities, resources, parts and tooling to carry out all maintenance safely, compliantly, efficiently as possible and on schedule, in line with contractual agreements.


We would like to hear from you if you are a hardworking, motivated and pro-active person who enjoys working in a fast paced and sometimes unpredictable environment. You should be organised and logical with meticulous attention to detail and have the ability to work within a team environment and autonomously where required.


In the role you will be required to:

  • Manage the Production Planning process to ensure seamless maintenance event execution – identify turn times, resource requirements (Manpower, Materials, Facility, GSE & Tooling), identify stakeholder requirements and restraints
  • Through successful Production Planning initiatives drive continual excellence in safety, compliance, on time performance and AMO brand values
  • Liaise and build relationships with key stakeholders from both the Part 145 and various Part 42 organisations
  • Relentlessly seeking ‘new ways’ to meet customer needs and support the business to achieve critical business goals
  • Implement new processes and procedures within the AMO Production Planning business, using identified critical business tools to drive, significant and sustainable long-term change, both in the Pre-Planning & Execution phases of maintenance
  • Review and identification of the appropriate port Engineering MOU man hours on a daily basis
  • Review of the Customer Maintenance Plans to ensure all Production Planning requirements have been covered
  • Review of the Customer Part 42 Operations fwd looking plans for upcoming maintenance events
  • Review and correction of any deferral and/or delay codes as required
  • Represent Melbourne Engineering at CAMO/AMO daily planning and OTP meetings
  • Provide detailed AMO performance reports to the AMO Production Planning Manager and Melbourne Precinct Managers


To be considered for this role, ideally you will have:

  • Detailed understanding of Aircraft Line and Light Maintenance Operations
  • Aircraft trade certificate or tertiary qualification in an aviation stream
  • Experience in an aircraft maintenance environment in a maintenance planning capacity, and as an AME (or equivalent)
  • Have excellent troubleshooting, problem solving abilities and be capable to assess and interpret options and develop solutions
  • Have excellent communication skills with ability to effectively communicate across all levels within a team
  • Have proven people management skills
  • Experience with TRAX and Microsoft Office
  • The ability to work rotating shift patterns
  • Be able to hold a valid AUS ASIC.


This is a challenging role and we will expect great results from the successful applicants. In return you will get to be part of a smart, driven, high performing team with real opportunities for you to make your mark and build your career within a great organisation in an exciting industry.


Our Culture

Jetstar is alive with a sense of adventure. Day in and day out, our teams search for new places to fly, new ways to add value and new ideas to improve performance. If you love the road less travelled, you’ll love working here because ours is a team who innovate every day, thrive on delivery, support each other and celebrate our successes. You’ll be supported to challenge, anticipate and explore while you work will connect people and enrich lives. We encourage diversity and aim to create an environment where our employees feel valued, respected and enabled.


Applications for this role will close on Sunday, 20 June 2021.