Quality Control Inspector

Amerijet International, Inc
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Responsible to the Director of Quality Control. Reports to the Chief Inspector. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ·Participates in the companies Safety Management System (SMS) in accordance with the responsibilities detailed in the Safety Management SystemManual. ·Responsible for ensuring that any aircraft, engine or appliance released for flight is airworthy. ·Perform inspections and required inspections that he is designated/authorized to conduct in accordance with the methods, standards, and limits required by the accepted, or approved data, to determine that the work was satisfactorily completed. ·Verify that the tooling required by the accepted, or approved data, is used during the accomplishment of the maintenance, and preventive maintenance tasks being inspected. ·Inspect major repairs and alterations accomplished to verify the performance was in accordance with the approved or authorized data provided, usage of proper tools and test equipment, and that there were no unauthorized deviations. ·Responsible for recording inspections performed on maintenance, preventative maintenance, and repairs and alterations, in accordance with Company procedures contained in the General Maintenance Manual. ·Generate and sign FAA Form 337 as required for major repairs and alterations. ·Conducts inspection tasks as specified on Company task cards on Company aircraft, recording defects on the aircraft log, or non-routine cards for corrective action by maintenance personnel. ·Review the recording of corrective action entries including installed parts tags for completion, proper signoff, with authorizing references recorded in accordance with Company procedures. ·When assigned to Airworthiness Release duties, reviews any deferred maintenance items and completed logbook entries including installed parts tags and service forms for completion, proper signoff, with authorizing references recorded in accordance with Company procedures, before signing the Airworthiness Release in the aircraft log, and submitting the log page (s) with service forms, parts tags, and any authorizing document used to the Duty Supervisor. ·Complete the inspection turnover when assigned to letter check inspections, or as required by the performance of required inspections, ensuring that the status of incomplete tasks is recorded and available for reference by the incoming inspector. ·Perform receiving inspection on incoming parts, materials, and tooling to ensure Company standards and requirements are met, entering the required information into PMI, and generating ETR M-20A tags, Emergency Equipment Tags, and M-42 Identification tags.·Reports to the duty Maintenance Supervisor all matters adversely affecting the airworthiness of flight aircraft log, or the M-3 Non Routine card for aircraft defects. ·Releases aircraft for test flight when required in accordance with Amerijet Maintenance Manual and FAA Regulations.·Reports to the Director of Quality Control on any unsafe equipment or facility conditions using e-mail, or recording the condition on the inspection turnover.·Performs the delegated duties of the Director of Quality Control to insure all work performed subject to his inspection is airworthy.



  • Must possess a working knowledge and understanding of Federal Aviation Regulations (14 CFR#8217;s), and Amerijet Internationals approved/accepted, as applicable, manuals and the Operations Specifications.
  • Must hold a FAA mechanic certificate with Airframe and Powerplantratings, with preferably at least one year of experience in a position responsible for returning airplanes to service.Have three years#8217; experience within the past six years in either maintaining large transport category turbine powered aircraft for an air carrier, or repairing airplanes in a certificated airframe repair station that is rated to maintain a transport category turbine powered aircraft.
  • Experience as an Inspector or Supervisor with an organization responsible for maintaining large transport category turbine powered aircraft is desirable, but not required.
  • Before being assigned as an Inspector, the individual must complete the Company orientation and, if required, aircraft type qualification training; Inspection training, and be issued an M-16 Maintenance and Inspection Authorization Card.
  • Must be able to read, write, and speak English fluently.
First posted: 
12/10/2018 7:39:59 PM

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