Location: Integrated Operations Ctr (DFW-IOC0)\u00a0 Additional Locations: None Requisition ID:\u00a018952\u00a0 Overview Join us for a career with endless possibilities. Looking for a job where a passion for innovation, a culture of teamwork, and opportunities for growth are valued and rewarded? You\u2019ve come to the right place. You don\u2019t have to be an airline aficionado to join American Airlines. It takes more than cool planes to keep us ahead of the curve, and thanks to our team of behind the scenes professionals, we do just that. As the largest airline in the world, American Airlines is in the business of serving the global travel needs of our customers.\u00a0At the core of the Company is our commitment to each customer and each employee. We are dedicated to developing and delivering what our customers value and are willing to pay for. Customer-centric planning, innovative marketing, and an exceptional customer experience are supported by a cadre of talented people. What does it take to join us? We\u2019re glad you asked! We expect exceptional skills in your discipline and a dedication to being the best as we relentlessly pursue our goal of being not just the largest airline in the world, but also the best airline in the world. Fortunately, we\u2019re building on almost a century of innovation and firsts in our industry \u2013 and we plan to continue that tradition of excellence. About The Job This job is a member of the\u00a0Compliance Team within the Integrated Operations Division. This position will be responsible for\u00a0conducting in-depth investigations and processing reviews in order to evaluate system deficiencies as related to AA\u2019s Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) compliance with the CFRs. This job is crucial in supporting and maintaining the safety and compliance of the airline operation. Investigations will focus on identifying opportunities to correct program\/systemic issues associated with Engineering, Planning, Records, etc. This position will frequently interface with the FAA, including communicating compliance matters. Specifically, you\u2019ll do the following: \u200bCompletes more complex\u00a0investigations\/assignments timely and accurately Manages visits from regulatory agencies Collaborates with the FAA to resolve compliance concerns Develops corrective actions through collaboration with Engineering, Planning, Records, etc. Conducts strategic departmental evaluations to identify risk and establish robust processes and procedures Collects, analyzes and distributes compliance and safety performance information Builds relationships and coordinates cross-functionally with all AA maintenance departments Serves as consultant or advocate on specialized compliance and other programs or projects Develops, encourages, and insists upon a culture of safety, compliance, and client satisfaction Supports team members when appropriate Applies Safety Management Systems (SMS) to mitigate risk Qualifications Required Qualifications \u200bBachelor's Degree in an Engineering disciplines such as Aeronautical\/Aerospace\/Mechanical\/Electrical or at least 5 years\u2019 experience with programs associated with supporting the CAMP Existing positive relationship with the FAA Preferred Qualifications 3 years working history as an Engineer with aircraft systems\/components or related experience Six Sigma training \u200bKnowledge of Microsoft Office to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. Knowledge of AA Technical Operations policies and procedures Knowledge of CFRs, Airworthiness Directives (ADs), SMS and other applicable regulations pertaining to aircraft maintenance, repair and engineering Knowledge of human factors and the impact to safety Self -motivated person that has the ability to identify causes and develop solutions using resources at hand, then implements and coordinates the solutions with multiple departments and work skills even under challenging conditions Excellent analytical, communication, planning and organization skills Additional Locations: None Requisition ID:\u00a018952\u00a0
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At the company's annual meeting in May 1982, stockholders approved a plan of reorganization under which a new holding company, AMR Corporation, was formed and became the parent company of American Airlines. The reorganization took effect on Oct. 1, 1982. The formation of AMR had no effect on day-to-day operations of American, but it did – and still does – provide the company with access to sources of financing that otherwise might not be available. The holding company structure also allows the company to take advantage of appropriate new opportunities. The name "AMR" was taken from the airline's three-letter New York Stock Exchange trading symbol. It simply stands for "American."