Aircraft Records Specialist

Aircraft Records Specialist

02 May 2024
Texas, Fortworth, 76101 Fortworth USA

Aircraft Records Specialist

Description:Position Purpose: Serve as a member of the ACM Monitors department, responsible for creating and removing the non-routine tasks on AC.Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Learn and understand the policies and procedures of the ACM Monitors department. Process non-routine maintenance alerts and ensure SCEPTRE is tracking accurately Perform second reviews for items set up by other team members Closed out Monitors that have been completed after verifying that paperwork correctly substantiates the closure Work directly with TSD and Planning with there is a question on how to set up or if it’s okay to close a Monitor Verify completion paperwork for non-routine maintenance has made it to AirVault Research and resolve Monitors tracking with a closed LP Submit ECNs on documents that may need to be correctedSkills:aircraft records, Data entry, FilingTop Skills Details:aircraft records, Data entry, FilingAdditional Skills & Qualifications: SCEPTRE 1-3 years Surrounding team/key projects Setting up non-routine maintenance tasks within SCEPTRE. Verifying compliance with non-routine maintenance tasks to close out -8 and paperwork queries.About Aston Carter: Aston Carter provides world-class corporate talent solutions to thousands of clients across the globe. Specialized in accounting, finance, human resources, talent acquisition, procurement, supply chain and select administrative professions, we extend the capabilities of industry-leading companies. We draw on our deep recruiting expertise and expansive network to meet the evolving needs of our clients and talent community with agility and excellence. With offices across the U.S., Canada, Asia Pacific and Europe, Aston Carter serves many of the Fortune 500. We are proud to be a ClearlyRated Best of Staffing® double diamond winner for both client and talent service.Diversity, Equity & Inclusion At Aston Carter, diversity and inclusion are a bridge towards the equity and success of our people. DE&I are embedded into our culture through:

Hiring diverse talent

Maintaining an inclusive environment through persistent self-reflection

Building a culture of care, engagement, and recognition with clear outcomes

Ensuring growth opportunities for our people

The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.If you would like to request a reasonable accommodation, such as the modification or adjustment of the job application process or interviewing process due to a disability, please email ( for other accommodation options.

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