The purpose of this position is to direct and coordinate all the Scheduled Heavy Maintenance Inspection Checks (A, B, C, and D) at the Contracted Maintenance Repair & Overhaul Facility to ensure the applicable Code of Federal Regulations and the World Airways General Maintenance Manual are used correctly and accurately. When acting as Ready Relief this position will provide backup the Manager of Quality Control.
II. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES
Upon Aircraft arrival at Vendor Facility, the Q.C Inspector performs a pre-induction walk-around inspection of the Aircrafts exterior and interior, noting any damage.
Ensures all Pilot Report log Items, Deferred, and Carry-Over Maintenance Items are documented on Non-Routines to be added to Aircraft Work Scope.
Performs audits of on-board Aircraft Technical Library per World Airways Procedures. Coordinate with ATL Technical Librarian
Performs all Engine Borescope Inspections as required per Maintenance Planning Department or PowerPlant engineering.
Ensures Maintenance workmanship performed on World Airways aircraft is of highest quality with verifiable and documented repairs and/or alterations.
Reviews and audit all Routine and Non-Routine Cards generated during check to ensure proper compliance and proper references are utilized during the maintenance actions.
Performs Receiving Inspection on dropped shipped parts as required, coordinating these actions with the World Airways Material Representative and Vendor Receiving Inspection.
Monitors the Maintenance actions required to comply with Airworthiness Directives, Service Bulletins, Engineering Documents, Fleet Campaign Directives, Major Repairs & Alterations and perform RII tasks as required.
Attends all Daily Progress Meetings with World Airways Heavy Maintenance Representative to discuss with Contract Vender any issues of compliance and the status of the check.
Makes proper entries for all ADs, S/Bs, E/Os, E.R/As, DMIs and C/Os in Aircraft Log Book.
Ensures that the completed Work Order, completed Aircraft Log pages and all other required documents are electronically sent to ATL Records upon completion of the Maintenance check.
Manages the day to day operations and scheduling of the QC Department/Inspectors (Ready Relief).
Manages the TTEP, reviews maintenance packages, monitors boresope inspection results, and reviews log pages for accuracy (Ready Relief).
Prepares correspondence to the FAA and customers (Ready Relief).
Reviews Operation Specifications and assisting in the Voluntary Disclosure Reporting Programs (Ready Relief).
Performs other duties as assigned.
A. Education and/or Experience
Associates Degree or Technical Training and 6+ years experience (or equivalent combination of Education/Training and Experience) and 5+ years of Inspection experience.
One to Two years supervisory experience in Quality Control preferred.
Must be able to identify problems, gather relevant information and related data from different sources. And should be able to makes decisions based on rational assumptions.
Use appropriate interpersonal skills and methods in guiding/influencing others toward achieving positive outcomes.
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision.
Knowledge of current Aircraft and Engine types Operated by World Airways.
Knowledge of World Airways Aircraft Inspection Programs including MD 11, B-747, and MSG3.
Uses appropriate interpersonal styles and methods in guiding/influencing others towards achieving outcomes.
Ability to act as Manager on Duty (MOD) and Point of Contact (POC) when required, but at least once a month.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
C. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
FAA Airframe & Powerplant Certificate Required.
IV. WORKING CONDITIONS
A. Travel Requirements
Frequent Traveler (50%+ travel): The inspector will be required to travel frequently; and will be away from an office/base more than half of the time. Trips will require air travel and overnight stay away from home for up to more than two weeks at a time.
B. Physical Demands
This position frequently requires prolonged standing or walking.
This position occasionally requires the incumbent to bend, kneel, crouch or crawl.
This position requires the ability to lift 25-50 pounds.
This position has established vision requirements in order to perform the essential duties.
C. Work Environment
The inspector works in an office environment, an airport, and is exposed to excessive noise.
The inspector may/will work near or with moving mechanical parts and could be exposed to outdoor weather conditions.
World Airways - 22 months ago
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