Wheels Up Partners LLC

Manager of Supply Chain Planning

Category Maintenance
Job Locations US-CO-Broomfield | US-KY-Erlanger


Wheels Up is looking for a world-class Manager of Supply Chain Planning to join our team of dedicated and passionate professionals, fueled by the most powerful brand in private aviation, as we continue our mission of democratizing the private aviation space through cutting-edge technology and innovative product and service offerings. 


Manage all day-to-day operations pertaining to the Supply Chain Planning department across the Wheels Up enterprise to provide premium service and optimal inventory availability to internal and external customers.

  • Manage Planning department, personnel and activities of inventory planning for the Supply Chain function within Wheels Up.
  • Maintain high service levels to internal and external customers regarding Inventory Planning to determine optimum inventory levels to meet company aircraft availability requirements.
  • Manage Inventory Planning function of the organization to high standards utilizing latest methodologies and technology.
  • Responsible for the planning of aircraft components, parts and materials in accordance with company policies, General Maintenance Manual and FAA regulations.
  • Coordinate sourcing for major components demand (i.e. Engine, Landing Gear, etc.) for scheduled maintenance events. Working closely with Maintenance Planning and Suppliers to ensure availability of necessary inventory with future Scheduled maintenance events.
  • Manage departmental analyses and reporting.
  • Responsible for the Supply Chain programs; Manufacturer Programs, Aircraft Disassembly, MSU.
  • Update and maintain inventory control system and reporting.
  • Manage bin stock levels at company sites, MSU’s and third-party remote inventory locations.
  • Coordinate with and effectively communicate with Maintenance Planning, Maintenance Control, AOMs, Procurement, Suppliers, etc..
  • Develop, implement, maintain, and audit Policies, Procedures and Work Processes to ISO Standards.
  • Maintain a management cockpit of critical operational data and metrics. Provide regular reporting to management.
  • Perform other duties and/or special projects as assigned


  • High School diploma or GED required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • 10+ years industry experience for Aviation 121 or 135 Operator doing Inventory Planning.
  • 5+ years supervisory experience.
  • Customer service oriented.
  • Effective verbal, telephone, written, and interpersonal communication skills required.
  • Proven, strong communication, negotiation, analytical, and project/program management skills required.
  • Excellent computer skills. Use of MS Office as well as other necessary software.
  • Must be willing to work in an environment that is subject to changing climate conditions and moderate noise levels.
  • Use of personal computer.
  • Travel to Wheels Up Facilities and Sites on a regular basis.

Wheels Up Story

Wheels Up (NYSE:UP), a leader in private aviation, offers a total private aviation solution that includes world-class safety, service and flexibility through on-demand flights, membership programs, corporate solutions, aircraft management, whole aircraft sales and commercial travel benefits through a strategic partnership with Delta Air Lines.


Our employees’ passion for innovation, customer-centric mindset and collaborative spirit drives our mission to connect flyers to private aircraft – and one another – to deliver exceptional, personalized experiences and build an industry-leading marketplace.


Wheels Up attracts, empowers and retains diverse, talented employees who bring a range of experiences and are committed to taking Wheels Up to new heights. We recognize our employees’ unique perspectives and skills and take pride in helping them develop a meaningful and exciting career path with us.


Interested in joining our talented team, explore our career opportunities, today!


To learn more about Wheels Up, please visit WheelsUp.com.


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