The Aircraft Inspector oversees program quality requirements and processes for maintenance/repair, materials, services, products, training, and safety. Examines and inspects airframe, engines, operating equipment and all sub-systems to ensure repairs, test, and modifications are made according to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations, ensures workmanship and materials conform to Civil Air Regulations, company specifications, and manual procedures and certifies airworthiness of aircraft.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Plans and conducts the analysis, inspection, design, test, and/or integration to assure the quality of assigned product or component.
- Performs quality engineering reviews of design documentation for compliance with stated requirements, including vendor quality manuals and company quality records.
- Inspects all aviation products and paperwork for matching part numbers, serial numbers, etc. and proper certifications to meet FAA Standards.
- Documents data obtained during all quality assurance activities, consistent with company policies and procedures.
- Develops new approaches to solve problems identified during quality assurance activities and communicates significant issues or developments identified during quality assurance activities and provides recommended process improvements to management.
- Collects data to evaluate engine performance, using tachometer and pressure gauges and examines assembly, installation, test and adjustment of flight and engine controls.
- Determines accuracy of installation of components in power plant and hydraulic system with protractor, micrometer, calipers, and gauge to ensure that specified tolerances are met.
- Signs inspection tag to approve unit, or records reasons for rejecting unit and logs inspections performed on aircraft and inspects and inputs data into the management information system, Technical Order, Computerized Maintenance Program Systems, Service Bulletins, Airworthiness Directives and OEM Technical data received.
- Maintains Technical Data Library to include the update of all OEM Manuals
- 3-5 years' aircraft inspection experience on Boeing 737-747
- Active A&P License
- High School Diploma or Equivalent
- Facial Hair – Beards and mustaches, if worn, will be neatly trimmed to an approximate ¼” maximum. Short, evenly trimmed sideburns are allowed. Tattoos – Visible tattoos are allowed on arms and legs if they are not discriminatory based on racial, sexual, religious, ethnic, or other characteristics or attributes of a sensitive nature. These include the prohibition of any tattoos commonly associated with gangs, extremists and/or supremacist organizations or discrimination. Tattoos, brandings or body marks on the head, neck, face, tongue, lips, and/or scalp are prohibited. Hand tattoos are limited to one single-band ring tattoo, on one finger, on one hand. Shoes – When working in safety and/or industrial flight line environment, shoes must follow OSHA guidelines.
About Our Client:
For over 20 years, our client has been providing outstanding aviation services on a global basis to operators of large corporate and VIP aircraft.
APA Services, Inc. is a full service staffing company supplying qualified technical and professional employees to the most reputable companies in the Aerospace/Aircraft industry—across the United States and abroad.
Benefits of working with APA Services:
Weekly Payroll, Medical Insurance Available, Cash Advances, Travel Pay and/or bonuses on Select Contracts.
Constant Cash is a referral program that allows individuals to make extra money simply by referring qualified candidates.
We know it takes great people to do great work, so if you’re interested in joining the APA Services family give us a call at (817) 529-4000
Thanks for taking the time to apply and we look forward to working with you soon.