SkyWest Airlines

Manager Maintenance Training

Posted Date 1 week ago(10/15/2020 3:01 PM)
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About SkyWest

The Manager of Maintenance Training oversees the SkyWest Maintenance Training Department and insures all Maintenance Training is conducted to support the requirements of SkyWest Airlines and The Maintenance General Maintenance Manual under the highest standard to achieve knowledgable, effective, efficient, and skilled Maintenance technicians. This position will be preferably based in Salt Lake City, UT, but that is not a requirement.

Primary Job Duties

As the SkyWest Airlines Manager of Maintenance Training, you will:

  • Be authorized to perform instruction on all formats of training and testing as outlined in GMM 5-5 and determine student’s level of understanding and aptitude during Training.
  • Maintain records of all training conducted, including date, hours of instruction, subject, and attendance.
  • Coordinate all formal training activities at all the maintenance locations.
  • Oversee and helps in the developing and implementation of training courses to increase the competence and efficiency of all maintenance employees.
  • Incorporate into the training, changes in maintenance practices and requirements and company policies and procedures.
  • Perform other tasks as delegated by the Director of Technical Support.
  • May delegate duties and authorities IAW General Maintenance Manual (GMM).
  • Assure that all maintenance training classes are conducted by a qualified instructor.
  • Oversee the Maintenance Training Instructors and Maintenance Training Administrative Assistant(s).
  • Report to the Director of Technical Support.

Minimum Requirements


  • Valid A&P Certificate preferred.
  • Must have good organizational and communication skills.
  • Must have experience in supervising personnel.
  • Must have training experience.
  • Must be able to lift 75 pounds.



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