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Title:  Supervisor, Repair Station Materials (NJUS)

Company:  NJS145 LLC
Area of Interest:  Maintenance
Location: 

Columbus, OH, US, 43219

Req ID:  6204

Purpose of Position

The Supervisor, Repair Station Materials is responsible for the safe, efficient, and cost-effective supervision of the NJS145 LLC Supply operations.  This includes purchasing,  inventory, tooling and warehouse management.  The Supervisor, Repair Station Materials provides direction and supervision to Union Stock Clerks assuring the highest level of safety, quality, inventory integrity  and customer service in accordance with applicable company, local and federal regulations.   

Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Ensures team safety and compliance with all workplace safety, environmental and other applicable regulations. 
  • Provides strong leadership to team members through clear communication, motivation and encouragement.  Maintains a positive, high-performance work environment and minimizes employee relations issues in a union work environment.
  • Provides warehouse and inventory management including cycle counting, record keeping, purchasing, maintaining stock levels, shipping and receiving of aircraft parts, tooling and commissary products as required.  Assures aircraft parts received have proper documentation. 
  • Supports existing relationships with internal/external customers, vendors, suppliers and establishes new relationships accordingly. 
  • Manages the payroll, attendance and required training of team members.  

Education

High School in Aviation Management or Supply Chain and Logistics

Certifications and Licenses

Years of Experience

4-6 years of experience

Core Competencies

Adaptability
Collaboration
Curiosity
Service-Oriented
Strives For Positive Results

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other (KSAOs)

  • Must be able to achieve and maintain Hazardous Shipping Certificate
  • Must be able to pass FBI criminal background check for obtaining an airport AOA badge.
  • Valid driver's license required. 
  • Associates Degree preferred
  • Experience managing employees in and aviation environment under a collective bargaining agreement.
    Experience in aviation maintenance, planning, logistics and/or operations. 
  • Experience in inventory control and analysis.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Experience in international shipping and Customs practices.
  • Ability to operate in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications: Outlook, Excel, Word and Powerpoint.


Nearest Major Market: Columbus

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