Who We Are
We are one of the world's largest independent exploration and production companies, based on proved reserves and production of liquids and natural gas. With operations and activities in 15 countries, we explore for, develop, and produce crude oil and natural gas globally. We are challenged with an important job to safely find and deliver energy to the world. Our employees are critical to our success, and with them we power civilization.
We're grounded by our SPIRIT Values - safety, people, integrity, responsibility, innovation, and teamwork. These values position us to deliver strong performance in a dynamic business - but not at all costs. We believe it's not just what we do - it's how we do it - that sets us apart.
We strive to make a significant difference in the communities where we live and operate. We create an inclusive environment that values all voices and opinions. Together, the different backgrounds, experiences, ideas, and perspectives of our employees drive our success.
ConocoPhillips is Alaska's largest crude oil producer and largest owner of exploration leases, with approximately 1.3 million net undeveloped acres at year-end 2020. The company produced an average of 198 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day in 2020. ConocoPhillips has major ownership interests in two of North America's largest oil fields, both located on Alaska's North Slope-Kuparuk, which the company operates, and Prudhoe Bay. Additionally, ConocoPhillips operates the Alpine Field and three satellites located on the Western North Slope. The company has an ownership interest in the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) and owns/operates the Polar Tankers fleet.
If you are selected as the Aviation Maintenance Coordinator, you will report directly to the ConocoPhillips Alaska (CPA) Chief of Maintenance. Maintenance Coordinators assure that all maintenance, inspections, repairs, and alterations performed to aircraft operated by ConocoPhillips Alaska is done so with the highest regard for safety and by Federal Aviation Regulations and ConocoPhillips' policy. The Aviation Maintenance Coordinator works closely with other maintenance team members to continually evaluate and improve all aspects of the maintenance operations.
Your responsibilities include:
The Aviation Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for all the administrative and technical maintenance activities associated with the company aircraft. The Coordinator may be responsible for at the direction of the Chief of Maintenance:
Maintaining and promoting ConocoPhillips Alaska' s zero rate incident safety culture while employing efficient procedures that support customer service.
Providing ethical and responsible representation for the company when dealing with business associates, officials, and customers per company policies.
Ensures reliability, safety, service, and security of all Company Flight and Maintenance Operations and maintains legal compliance with all Federal, State and Local Aviation Regulations.
Authority to remove from service aircraft operated by CPA that are not in compliance with FAA regulations, CPA policy or industry standards.
Reviewing internal policies, forms, manuals and their requirements for accuracy and pertinence. Revise and obtain FAA approval as necessary when changes are appropriate and necessary. These manuals include but are not limited to the aircraft Inspection Program, the ConocoPhillips General Maintenance Manual, and all technical manuals for the Company aircraft.
Ensuring the following areas and programs are kept up to date and compliant: Airworthiness Directives, Repair Assessment, Supplemental Structural Inspection Document and emerging aging aircraft issues.
Evaluates Airworthiness Directives, regulatory changes, and manufacturer service information and recommends appropriate actions to ensure compliance, improve safety, reliability, and capability.
Identifies, obtains and maintains the technical publications required to perform maintenance.
Coordinating maintenance, inspection, and alterations within operational schedule.
Planning, coordinating, and performing on-site monitoring of heavy maintenance checks.
Keeping ConocoPhillips' Flight Operations, Dispatch and Reservations Departments appraised of estimated time for all scheduled or unscheduled repairs, maintenance and/or inspections.
Providing daily interaction with flight crews to ensure each aircraft's discrepancies are properly addressed.
Evaluates recommended modifications to aircraft to improve safety, reliability and capability.
Periodically on call 24-hours a day, 7 days a week at least 7 consecutive days a month.
Communicating with various airline companies, manufacturers and trade organizations within the airline industry to keep current in safety, regulatory, maintenance and financial issues pertaining to our operation.
Interacting and negotiating with the FAA as necessary to meet all requirements associated with the continued maintenance and operation of company aircraft.
Obtaining FAA approval for special flight permits.
Obtaining FAA approval for all applications/notifications for extending any inspection period, component overhaul limit and/or a minimum equipment list (MEL) maintenance period
Auditing all maintenance functions performed by the maintenance contractors with specific and detailed attention to maintenance logs, inspection and work forms, task tracking and work performance
Working with maintenance contractor to define aircraft system problems and coordinating /initiating corrective actions
Reviewing documents generated by outside vendors & prime contractor, for accuracy and correctness prior to applying to company operated aircraft.
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States as a U.S, citizen or national or an alien admitted as a permanent resident, refugee or asylee
Must possess a valid and current FAA Airframe & Powerplant license
10+ years transport category aircraft maintenance experience
5+ years' experience with line maintenance operation
Valid Driver's License
Must be able to obtain an Anchorage Airport security badge and airport driver's license
Willing and able (with or without a reasonable accommodation) to travel 20% on an annual basis
1+ years of De Havilland Q400 maintenance experience
Proven Repair Station experience
Proven experience with quality assurance processes
Proficient (ability to perform the skill with limited assistance) with Microsoft Office Programs
Strong aircraft systems knowledge and troubleshooting skills
Comprehend and analyze complex technical writings and possess good interpersonal skills
Experience with the application of FAA Code of Federal Regulations CFR Title 14 Parts; 43, 65, 121 or 125 and 145
Analyzes stakeholder needs, global, political, and market trends to understand how they shape the future and impact business results
Listens actively and invites new ideas for shared understanding, then influences and acts to drive positive performance and achieve results
Takes ownership of actions and follows through on commitments by holding others accountable and standing up for what's right
To be considered for this position you must complete the entire application process, which includes answering all prescreening questions and providing your eSignature on or before the requisition closing date of October 4, 2021.
Candidates for this U.S. position must be a U.S. citizen or national, or an alien admitted as permanent resident, refugee or asylee. Individuals with temporary visas such as A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, L, M, NATO, O, P, Q, R or TN or who need sponsorship for work authorization in the United States now or in the future, are not eligible for hire.
ConocoPhillips is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, gender identity or expression, genetic information or any other legally protected status.