Aircraft Quality Control Inspector

Citadel Completions LLC
Job Type: 
Lake Charles

Citadel Completions LLC is currently looking for a highly qualified Aircraft Quality Control Inspector to join our Quality team. The Aircraft Quality Control Inspector directly reports to the Sr. Director of Quality and is responsible for performing preliminary/incoming inspections, hidden damage inspections, in-process inspections, and final inspections on all aircraft maintained by the company maintenance department. Primary ResponsibilitiesVisually and physically Inspects the repairs, modifications, installations and operations of structural, mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, interior and other parts and equipment of aircraft. Ensures proper documentation has been completed and sign offs performed. Performs or witness test procedures as required per applicable work instructions or company policy.Review and maintain a detailed FOD prevention and Tool Control Program. Ensure aircraft FOD prevention, Tool Control and other safety procedures are being adhered to. Monitor and verify quality in accordance with Maintenance Manuals, STC instructions and or Engineering Drawings. Development of company programs, procedures and qualification evaluations. Support training and orientation for new employees Maintaining maintenance libraries Control and Maintain all aircraft logbooks Other duties as assigned.


Must possess a current Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) License and be eligible for an Inspection AuthorizationMust have a minimum of 3 years A&P experience with at least 3 years#8217; experience working on Aircraft.Must have at least 2 years of recent Aircraft Quality Control InspectorMust have a working knowledge of aircraft major modifications and documentation requirements and be capable of evaluating multiple platforms and corresponding systems.Must be able to read and comprehend engineering drawings, specifications as well as provide accurate descriptive feedback either verbally or written.Must have a working knowledge of FAA Part 43,65,91, 135 and 145 including major/minor alteration/repairsMust have a working knowledge of maintenance record keeping systems including knowledge of proper log book entries.

First posted: 
5/30/2019 4:26:41 PM

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