Technical and Engineering, Engineering general

MOC and Maintenance Outstation Manager

Last updated: 2 months ago
Expires: 1 month ago
Job Role:
Technical and Engineering, Engineering general
Aircraft type:
Boeing B737 NG, Boeing B737 MAX
Dominican Republic

Job description



Job Summary:

The MOC & Maintenance Outstation Manager is responsible for all aspects of the Maintenance Operations Center within the Maintenance Organization, leading and structuring the processes and procedures while guaranteeing the availability of human, technical, and economic resources, in order to comply with the requirements of authorities, manufacturers, and company policies, maintaining the airworthiness of the aircraft; as well as achieving the organizational goals of reliability, profitability, compliance and maintaining the safe, cost-effective and punctual running of the operation in the Arajet network.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The role is responsible to ensure the safe and efficient operation of Arajet’s aircraft in the Maintenance Daily Operations to comply with IDAC Regulations, manufacturers and Airworthiness Directives, etc.
  • The jobholder is the focal point for technical coordination regarding daily maintenance operations (AOG, Maintenance Delays, and other maintenance interruptions).
  • The job holder is required to respond to all schedule changes under pressure to meet tight deadlines. These frequently cover non-routine irregularities where solutions must conform to the strict legal requirements of the airline’s regulatory authority and the civil aviation requirements of all countries operated into and overflying.
  • The role is responsible for the provision of all performance data required to operate the company’s aircraft within the policy and guidelines of the Operations Department on flight operations aspects, ensuring that all work produced by MOC section conforms to safety and regulatory requirements.
  • Must be able to provide guidance to dispatch staff (even after the office hours) regarding performance penalties for operations under Minimum Equipment List (MEL) and for other non-standard operations.
  • All policy decisions have to be made in consultation with VP Maintenance and Engineering.
  • MOC has a broad role and is a key function since the function works closely with operations staff, reliability, maintenance and top management. MOC also liaises with IOCC for exchange of aircraft information and daily flight follow-up.
  • The jobholder must use initiative, judgment and technical analysis, interpreting and presenting data and information often with no source of guidance or expert advice available. The job involves problem solving and excellent communication skills.


Minimum requirements

  • Strong technical competence in B737NG or MAX and engine technical knowledge.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautical engineering / Industrial engineering.
  • Preferred Aircraft Line Mechanics license (B1 / B2) FAA or EASA.
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in airline production / MCC / MOC areas with a minimum of 1 year of experience in a managerial / leader role in the maintenance of a major airline (preferably in an LCC).
  • Prior experience in the Maintenance department of a start-up / growing airline.
  • Proficient people manager with a proven track record of leadership, team development, operational achievement, and sound understanding of driving process improvements.
  • Prior relationships with MRO, vendors, suppliers, and OEMs.
  • Broad knowledge of the airline’s operational and technical aspects.
  • Advanced level of written and spoken English and Spanish.