Tools must be etched, shadowed, and inventoried. MUST HAVE A&P LICENSE TO BE CONSIDERED, PREFERABLY WITH IA. 3+ years maintenance experience, preferably with some helicopter experience.
Minimum 5 years hands-on quality control inspector on turbine helicopters in a Part 145 Repair Station environment
MUST HAVE HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION.
Performs inspection of aircraft, or parts during modifications, installation, or overhaul to determine airworthiness, safety or conformance to approved data and Company standards and requirements.
Return aircraft and aircraft parts to service.
Interprets and checks prints, both hard copy and electronic, engineering changes orders and governmental regulatory procedures and specifications
Reviews data for major alterations and repairs, complete FAA form 337 and submit to FAA for field approvals.
Review of completed work orders
Airworthiness Directive research
Interface with FAA
Team Lead when required on travel events.
Liase with company Technical Representatives and Customer Support Manager all matters relating to Quality.
Performs data collection and conformity inspections during a STC project.
Perform other duties and fulfill other responsibilities as assigned.
Technical knowledge in the fields of mechanics, hydraulics, electricity, sheet metal, rigging, instruments, test flights, etc. to determine and sign off safety, airworthiness, or conformance.