Maintenance Control Center Manager at ExecuJet Aviation Nigeria

ExecuJet is an international business aviation company headquartered at Zurich Airport, Switzerland. ExecuJet has 33 facilities operating in six regions worldwide - Africa, Asia Pacific, Caribbean, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. ExecuJet Africa has established a state of the art facility in Nigeria situated at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport. We are recruiting suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below:Job Title: Maintenance Control Center ManagerLocation: LagosJob DescriptionInitiate training to address capability shortfallsEnsure the allocation of resources to achieve the WIP on handManage and control of overtime to consider the human factor effect on tasks.Perform bi-annual performance reviews on supervisors and AME’sProvide guidance and leadership to supervisors and AME’sManage the personnel allocated to your department effectivelyEnsure the efficient allocation of engineering resources to all tasksEnsure continuous job closure process and feedback into QuantumEnsure daily updates of the Work PacksEnsure quick and efficient provision of quotesEnsure follow-up of quotes to get customer approvalManaging overtime requirements and ensure customer approval of overtime where applicableEnsure delivery target datesEnsure( through your supervisor) the efficient use of your labour force on a daily basisManage and improve turn around times without compromising qualityCommunicate any delays and causes to the customer on a regular basisEnsure daily updates on progress of scheduled events by providing relevant job cards for updating of Quantum to the administratorEnsure that time sheets are handed back daily (proper and accurate time sheet management) and fed back into QuantumEnsure (through your supervisor) that hours quoted are not exceeded.Manage and control the ordering of correct parts and ensure delivery to the Lead Engineer

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