The Logistics Quality Control Inspector performs shipping and receiving inspections on all serviceable and unserviceable repairable aircraft material.
Knowledge & Skills
- Prepare proper documentation for serviceable material being shipped to global locations as well as material received in an unserviceable or unsatisfactory condition from a vendor or original manufacturer.
- Assist the Quality Manager in the monitoring and evaluation of maintenance personnel and maintenance actions performed.
- Perform acceptance inspection of all incoming repairable parts and material. Ensure material meets serviceable requirements and that required documentation is completed accurately and matches inspected material.
- Review historical documentation (AWIS/hard copy paperwork) for all incoming /outgoing materials verifying that TSN and TSO of all TC/RC items are correctly annotated.
- Review historical documentation (AWIS/hard copy paperwork) to identify any outstanding service bulletins which may need to be applied during overhaul or repair on outgoing items or upon installation on incoming materials.
- Perform shipping inspections for material in preparation for shipment to a CONUS / OCONUS location to ensure serviceability and that the appropriate documentation accompanies the material.
- Ensure all materials being shipped either CONUS/OCONUS are properly packaged and preserved for transport or extended storage.
- Verify that received items under warranty are properly annotated in AWIS by receiving logistics personnel.
- Inspect aircraft equipment condition for safety, and ensures compliance with technical directives.
- Advises maintenance personnel in the use of technical data to troubleshoot, repair, or replace malfunctioning systems.
- Verify proper procedures, tools and technical data are used while conducting maintenance. Conducts audits/surveillance of maintenance programs to ensure compliance with the Quality Control and Maintenance Plans.
- Refuse to accept parts, materials, or workmanship presented if convinced they do not meet specification requirements.
- Perform inspections in accordance with technical publications and the Quality Control Plan.
- Ensure maintenance safety procedures are complied with at all times.
- Document inspection results in AWIS (Air Wing Information System) and audit/surveillance forms as required
- Assist with investigation of safety incidents and prepares quality trend charts, quality evaluation records, and other QC records as required.
- Review records to determine discrepancy trends and specific problem areas.
- Develop discrepancy trend charts/graphs as required to depict quality performance.
- Complete Unsatisfactory Reports on material failure trends as identified by locally developed trending processes.
- Travel and supervision of large groups of maintenance personnel may be required on a periodic basis
- Perform other qualified duties as assigned
Experience & Education
- Knowledge of Department of State aircraft systems, components, and associated equipment, and applicable technical orders within area of specialty.
- Working knowledge of aircraft maintenance management programs.
- Working knowledge of Quality Control programs and Department of State regulations.
- Good verbal and written communication skills.
- Effective interpersonal skills for inspection duty.
- Ability to analyze inspection findings.
- Must be fully knowledgeable of all requirements within the Tech Orders as they apply.
- Must have the ability to read, write, and interpret technical data.
- Knowledge of The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS), Aviation unit level and Intermediate level maintenance processes and procedures. Extensive knowledge of component time before overhaul, records keeping, historical records, and associated equipment, and applicable technical orders.
- Working Knowledge of all Department of Defense, and Federal Aviation Administration maintenance management programs, historical records, and system of component tracking and air worthiness directive tracking.
- Exceptional ability to comprehend all aspects of TAMMS, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, and generally accepted maintenance practices.
- Working knowledge of Quality Control, Quality Assurance and related programs and Department of State regulations.
- Exceptional knowledge of and application of AWIS data management systems.
- Effective interpersonal skills for complex system inspection relating to safety of flight and on the job maintenance activities.
- Able to analyze inspection findings, and determine best case analysis.
- Fully knowledgeable of all requirements within the complex aviation maintenance repair, overhaul and functional use as they apply including aircraft sub-systems, components, associated equipment and technical documentation systems.
- Able to interpret technical data, and determine best case path forward to correct deficiencies.
- Ability to obtain and maintain a Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT) through Department of State Background Investigation is a condition of continued employment. A current MRPT is preferred.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
- Five (5) or more years of experience in QC with expertise in one or more aircraft systems as a senior aircraft mechanic.
- FAA Airframe and Power plant (A&P) Certificate.
- CMF 15 Aviation MOS series or other military/commercial equivalent.
- High school graduate or equivalent.
- Must be able to walk or stand on level and/or inclined surfaces up to three (3) hours per day and sit for up to five (5) hours per day.
- May have to be on call 24/7 when situation demands
- Must be able to routinely climb / descend stairs.
- On occasion must be able to lift 50 pounds.
- Must be able to routinely grasp or handle objects, use finger dexterity, bend elbows / knees, and reach above / below shoulders.
- Must be able to read and interpret newspaper and typewritten print.
- Must be able to communicate by voice and detect sound by ear.
- Must be able to distinguish color and judge three-dimensional depths; close and peripheral vision and the ability to adjust focus are required.
- The work conditions are normally those of a standard office environment where there is little physical discomfort.
- During the performance of duties outside the office environment, the diversity of work conditions may range from an environment where there is little or no physical discomfort, to an environment where inclement weather may subject individual to changes in temperature and weather.
- May be exposed to areas where high noise hazards prevail.
- May be exposed to fumes or airborne particles; may be exposed to electrical shock hazards or work near moving mechanical parts.
- Travel to and between Domestic and International locations as requested is required.
The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246 Prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, or national origin and requires affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and employees treated, without regard to race, sex, color, genetic information, religion, or national origin. (Enforcement Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs).
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