NetJets - Configuration Analyst
NetJets Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway company, is the worldwide leader in private aviation and manages and operates the largest and most diverse private jet fleet in the world. NetJets began in 1964 as the first aircraft charter company. In 1986, NetJets pioneered the concept of fractional aircraft ownership – offering individuals and businesses all the benefits of whole aircraft ownership at a fraction of the cost.
Today, NetJets offers a full range of private aviation solutions to satisfy almost every travel need, including the NetJets ShareTM, the NetJets LeaseTM, the Marquis Jet Card®, and the NetJets Europe Private Jet Card, as well as aircraft management and on-demand charter services through its subsidiary, Executive Jet Management® and Executive Jet Management Europe. With operations in the United States and Europe, NetJets’ reach is truly global.
The Configuration Analyst ensures accuracy of the maintenance tracking system in order to comply with FAA, NetJets, and OEM programs and documentation while driving operational efficiency. The Configuration Analyst is responsible for accurately updating the maintenance tracking system with approved changes and performing analysis to optimize tracking and maintenance programs.
- 40%: Perform analysis to optimize tracking and maintenance programs within the maintenance tracking system in order to ensure regulatory compliance while driving operational efficiency.
- 20%: Publish approved changes to the maintenance tracking system and ensure the accuracy of the changes in order to comply with FAA, NetJets, and OEM programs and documentation.
- 20%: Build and ensure the accuracy of baseline configuration and tracking rules for new aircraft types in the maintenance tracking system.
- 10%: Build the actual configuration of new aircraft tail numbers within the maintenance tracking system and ensure the aircraft are accurately tracking maintenance tasks.
- 10%: Act as a data steward for the maintenance tracking system by defining and establishing best practices for configuration of aircraft, systems, and rules within the maintenance tracking system to ensure compliance with FAA, NetJets, and OEM programs & documentation while facilitating operational efficiency.
Education Level: Bachelor's Degree
Course of Study/Major: Aviation, Engineering, Business Management, or related field
A&P License preferred, but not required
Related Work Experience: 2-4 years
- Outstanding analytical & problem-solving abilities.
- Familiarity with aircraft systems and data.
- PC skills, including MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
- Experience with Excel Macro's (VB)
**TO APPLY: Please visit our careerpage at https://www.netjets.com/careers; requisition #1651**
United States Air Force - Various Aviator Positions
Students with a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher, and are within 12 months of graduation or have already graduated (27 age limit) are eligible to apply. Any academic background may apply, yet engineering students naturally excel in aviation career fields.
Unlike civilian employers, the Air Force establishes an annual application deadline. The annual deadline is at the end of each fiscal year, June 30th. Missing the deadline essential postpones the opportunity for an entire year. There is a very simple (but not overnight) process to apply for an aviation career field(s) in the Air Force. This process includes:
- Paperwork (credit check, medical prescreen, resume, 3 letters of recommendation, official college transcripts)
- Testing (Air Force Officer Qualifying Test, Test of Basic Aviation Skills)
- Interview with military officer
Students who are interested should begin the application as soon as possible, because both the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) and Test of Basic Aviation Skills (TBAS) is offered pending proctor availability at separate testing centers. Moreover, testing is typically administered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Below you find the four aviation career fields the Air Force offers. Applicants may apply for as few as one, or any many as all four career fields.
- Pilot, Traditional Aircraft http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/pilot
- Pilot, Remotely Piloted Aircraft (i.e. - drones) http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/pilot
- Combat Systems Officer http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/combat-systems-officer-cso
- Air Battle Manager http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/air-battle-manager-abm
For more information, contact: Jermaine L. Johnson, SSgt, USAF
firstname.lastname@example.org (614) 361-4683 / (937) 601-USAF