Interiors Manager
Job Details
Sanford - Sanford, FL
Full Time/Safety Sensitive
  • Oversee assigned interior personnel, ensuring all policies and procedures are implemented properly
  • Accurate and timely management of work orders in Corridor
  • Monitor day-to-day activities for assigned area and report status, issues and risks to Director of Maintenance.
  • Ensure that work completed complies with Repair Station Manual, Quality Control Manual, FAA regulations and customer expectations.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills, professionalism, and a positive customer service attitude.
  • Ensure time/labor recording is accurate in all related labor management systems.
  • Present a clean and safe work area to customers and employees
  • Oversee all aircraft upholstery work such as pattern making, sewing, foam fabrication, application on all components, and various types of woodwork.
  • Interpret blueprints, completion drawings, company standards, work instructions
  • Perform necessary calculations using shop math based on required tooling, detailed parts, assemblies, and installations.
  • Demonstrate proper handling and use of all required chemicals and adhesives related to the current job assignment, including general knowledge and ability on retrieving data from the MSDS safety books.
  • Assist quoting groups in putting together accurate and timely quotes.
  • High school graduate or equivalent
  • Minimum of five (8) years’ experience with various types of aircraft interiors
  • Prior leadership experience preferred
  • Requires excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to effectively coordinate with multiple departments
  • Planning and organizational skills necessary
  • Computer experience in Microsoft Office software products
  • Able to setup and operate all standard equipment related to upholstery.
  • Able to work from documentation such as 3D models, blueprints, drawings, aircraft specifications, preparation packages, etc.
  • Must not be allergic to chemical, solvents, paints, adhesives, natural or manmade materials, fabrics, or feathers.
  • Able to distinguish colors and align intricate or elaborate designs in fabrics
  • Able to wear protective equipment for extended periods of time including, particle masks, goggles, assorted gloves, head bonnets, and disposable protective suits.
  • Able to climb in and out of aircraft to inspect final products.
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Global Interior
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