Quality Control Inspector

Company: 
Guardian Flight
Category: 
Maintenance
Job Type: 
Permanent
City: 
Anchorage
State: 
Alaska
Country: 
USA

The Aircraft Quality Control Inspectors will
be assigned to each regional maintenance facility and will perform in a
capacity to ensure aircraft returned to service are safe for operation, comply
with all regulatory requirements and comply with the General Maintenance Manual
as well as applicable company policy and procedures. They will also perform the
role of facility safety officer in coordination with the Director of Safety.
They will report directly to the Airworthiness Manager.

Duties and Responsibilities

1.
Performs in-process inspections, final
inspections, and functional checks of aircraft major repairs and alterations ensuring
conformity with the following approved data, as applicable;

#216;
STC drawings, instructions, specifications and
other pertinent data

#216;
DER approved engineering drawings, orders,
instructions, specifications and other pertinent data

#216;
Avionics installation manuals and drawings

#216;
FAA AC 43.13-1/-2

#216;
Structural Repair Manuals.

#216;
Other FAA approved data

2.
Performs in-process inspections, final
inspections, and functional checks of aircraft during major inspection events
utilizing the appropriate FAA approved Aircraft Inspection Programs (AAIP),
manufacturer's Maintenance Manuals, Instructions for Continued Airworthiness,
and other acceptable methods, techniques, and practices.

3.
Performs final inspections and functional
checks of aircraft after unscheduled maintenance utilizing the appropriate
manufacturer's Maintenance Manuals, Instructions for Continued Airworthiness,
and other acceptable methods, techniques, and practices.

4.
Participates in Functional Check Flights
ensuring aircraft airworthiness and compliance with applicable GMM policy and
procedures.

5.
Ensures all parts and materials consumed
during the maintenance or alteration process are approved aviation parts or are
industry standard parts and have installation eligibility for the
aircraft/engine make/model being maintained and/or altered.

6.
Coordinates with Airworthiness department for
major repair and/or alteration engineering data ensuring that all aspects of
the repair and/or alteration have FAA approved data.

7.
Participates in FAA Conformity Inspections for
adding aircraft to 14CFR Part 135 Air Carrier Certificate.

8.
Ensures current and applicable technical data
is used for the performance of all maintenance and alterations.

9.
Ensures the appropriate special tools and test
equipment are used as specified in the applicable technical instructions and that
the special tools and test equipment requiring calibration are calibrated to
NIST standards.

10.
Reviews work order forms and associated
documents for accuracy and completeness in accordance with GMM policy and
procedures prior to approving the aircraft for return to service.

11.
Reviews the documentation of Major Repair
and/or Alterations and executes the appropriate maintenance release and FAA
Form 337.

12.
Forwards all aircraft maintenance and
alteration documentation to the Airworthiness Department in accordance with GMM
policy and procedures.

13.
Performs quality audits of the facility
assigned ensuring compliance with all GMM and company policy and procedures.

14.
Performs as the facility designated Safety Officer
and will liaison with the Director of Safety for the associated duties and
responsibilities.

15.
Performs other duties and tasks as assigned by
the Airworthiness Manager.

Requirements: 

Minimum Qualifications

1.
High school diploma, GED or equivalent.

2.
Valid FAA Airframe and Powerplant License.

3.
5 years' experience performing maintenance and
alterations of twin turbo-propeller and light to mid-size jet aircraft.

4.
Strong knowledge of 14 CFR regulations and
associated guidance material applicable to maintenance and alterations of
aircraft operated on a part 135 air carrier certificate.

  • Ability
    to interpret, apply, and effectively communicate complex technical data
    and processes associated with aircraft maintenance and alterations.
  • Possess
    and strong working knowledge of electrical and avionics systems and must
    be able to perform quality oversight of maintenance and alterations of
    these systems.
  • 7.
    Possess attention to detail and high standards.

    8.
    Possess excellent verbal and written communication
    skills.

  • Ability
    to work in a team environment with an eagerness to contribute to the
    overall success of the Maintenance department and the Company, and with a friendly customer service oriented attitude.
  • 10.
    Must be proficient in a dynamic computerized
    working environment performing administrative tasks using Microsoft Office
    Suite programs, web-based maintenance management programs, and Enterprise
    Recourse Planning (ERP) systems.

  • Ability
    and willingness to participate in after-hours maintenance support which
    includes working some evenings, weekends, and holidays and may include
    travel.
  • Preferred Qualifications

    1.
    Valid FAA A P License with Inspection
    Authorization

    2.
    Formal technical training on aircraft type
    operated

    3.
    5 years' experience performing as a quality
    control inspector for maintenance and alterations of twin turbo-propeller and
    light to mid-size jet aircraft with return-to-service authorization (fixed wing
    facility)

    4.
    5 years' experience performing as a quality
    control inspector for maintenance and alterations of light to mid-size turbine
    powered rotorcraft with return-to-service authorization (rotorcraft facility)

    5.
    Prior significant maintenance experience with
    aircraft operated in an EMS configuration on an FAA part 135 operating certificate

    First posted: 
    9/17/2019 8:44:06 PM

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