Dassault Falcon Jet
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Little Ferry
New Jersey
United States

SOAR WITH US Dassault Falcon Jet proudly provides competitive pay, quality benefits and programs that support your career advancement and personal development. Our benefits are designed to support you and your familys health and wellbeing, help you secure a strong financial future and empower you to be successful in all aspects of your work and life. We are committed to finding the best, brightest and most dedicated individuals in the aviation industry. Our employees are the key to our success. Soar with us! PRINCIPAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS):

  • Establish and maintain relationship with and serve as primary point of contact for assigned FAA Safety Inspectors.
  • Maintains a comprehensive knowledge of and is the local authority for all applicable Federal Aviation Regulations and the Repair Station Quality Control and Training Manuals
  • Ensures compliance with all elements of 14 CFR Parts 43 and 145
  • Plans, organizes, staffs, controls, and directs the Inspection department
  • Develops, maintains and complies with the FAA Repair Station Manual and Quality Control Manual
  • Develops, maintains and complies with the FAA Training Program Manual
  • Obtains and maintains domestic and foreign repair station approvals.
  • Administers the approval of suppliers and monitors supplier performance
  • Administers the Internal Quality Audit Program
  • Coordinates with Department Managers to comply with requirements of the Repair Station Training Program and maintains the technicians training records
  • Administers the Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic equipment calibration program
  • Complies with Repair Stations record keeping requirements
  • Ensures that all technical data is current
  • Controls the issuance of inspectors stamps and manages the Repair Station rosters
  • May travel to customer locations to establish and / or maintain good working relations including dispute resolution
  • Observes company rules and regulations, including housekeeping and proper use of safety methods and the safe operation of proper equipment
  • Stays current with industry trends and innovations
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by the Accountable Manager


  • May perform inspection of aircraft maintenance and alterations for quality and airworthiness, providing the approval for return to service with respect to the work performed (if authorized)
  • Perform special assignments and projects as required by Management.


  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate.
  • Ten years aircraft maintenance experience.
  • Five years aircraft inspection experience.
  • Two years in a Supervisory or Management role in a FAA Repair Station environment.
  • Previous experience interfacing with FAA Flight Standards Inspectors.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of FAA and Federal Aviation Regulations including but not limited to 14 CFR Parts 21, 43, 135, 145
  • Working knowledge of Foreign Regulatory Authorities/ Regulations.
  • Working knowledge of FAA applications including but not limited to VDRP, SDR, DRS, SAS and AWC.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to operate word processing, spreadsheet, database, email, and web-based applications.
  • The proven ability to train and lead employees. Must possess interpersonal skills necessary to work effectively with a variety of individuals, departments, organizations, and Regulatory Agencies.
  • Must be pro-active and team orientated.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds with or without reasonable accommodation.
  • Must be able to walk long distances, climb, and kneel for extended periods of time with or without a reasonable accommodation.
  • Good vision, 20/20 corrected minimum


  • BS Degree in Engineering or Management Fields
  • FAA Inspection Authorization (IA).
  • Bilingual Portuguese or Spanish
  • Familiarity with Aviation Safety Management Systems


  • Possible hangar and ramp environments with variable temperature range.
  • Possible extended hours and travel related to job duties.
  • Professional interaction with employees, customers and vendors.
  • Work in or near Industrial hazards.
First posted: 
5/28/2024 5:43:25 PM

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