The inspector is directly responsible to the Chief Inspector while accomplishing inspections in accordance with FLY EXCLUSIVE General Maintenance Manual. The inspector may work with the shop personal but cannot accomplish or give on the job training to maintenance personal on areas that he is to inspect.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Ensuring all assigned inspections are properly completed in compliance with established policies and procedures.
- Conduct receiving inspection of all components, materials, tooling, and hardware as required by the manuals and applicable FARs
- Inspecting and evaluating work performed by AMTs, sheet metal AMTs, and avionics technicians, ensuring compliance and rework of deficiencies is performed when required.
- Conduct RII inspections in accordance with approved procedures and maintenance program requirements.
- Review paperwork, including but not limited to, maintenance forms, parts tags, job cards, log pages and tally sheets to ensure compliance with company manual and all applicable FARs
- Ensuring safety procedures are followed and potential damage to customer or company property is eliminated by overseeing aircraft handling activities, including but not limited to, jacking, fueling, defueling, and towing
- Conduct weight and balance analysis by using approved maintenance manuals and scales.
- Perform additional duties as assigned.
- Thorough understanding of aircraft parts, systems, and mechanics.
- Thorough understanding of tools and testing methods used to ensure proper functioning
of an aircraft and its parts, systems, and mechanics.
- Ability to read, comprehend, and adhere to manual instructions to resolve complex
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or related software used to complete and maintain
- Detail-oriented with mechanical inclination.
- Superior and careful workmanship.
- Leadership and team oriented.
- Ability to perform consistently under stressful conditions.
- Ability to perform basic inspections and repairs.
- Ability to learn new skills and methods of repairs.
- Sufficient oral and verbal communication skills, as needed, to discuss equipment
malfunctions and complete reports.
Must be authorized to work lawfully in the United States, must provide two forms of
Job Type: Full-time
- 8-10 Hour shifts
- Days, Nights and Weekends
- A&P (Required)
- Aviation: 5 year (Preferred)
- Inspector in a commercial aircraft environment: 2 years (Preferred)