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QC Inspector in Fort Myers, FL at Skybridge Resources, LLC

Date Posted: 7/27/2018

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Job Description

Aircraft QC Inspector

The Quality Control Inspector is responsible to the Chief Inspector for the daily Quality Control Operations of the Maintenance Service Center, FAA 145 Repair Station; Ensure the quality of the maintenance performed meets inspection standards, methods and procedures used by the company.; These procedures must be consistent with the current Federal Aviation Regulations, manufacturer's specifications and recommendations and within the guidelines of the Repair Station Manual. The Inspector coordinates daily activities with his peers assuring proper work flow, training and leadership to include mentoring; Successful accomplishment for all the work performed on their aircraft.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include, but not limited to, the following:

Quality Assurance
a) Ensure that all maintenance and inspections are properly performed on all completed work, and that the proper inspection records, reports, and forms used by the Repair Station are properly executed prior to releasing the product for return to service in accordance with the Federal Aviation Regulations and the Repair Station Manual.
b) Maintain and keep current files pertinent to Federal Aviation Regulations, Specifications, Type Certification Data Sheets, and Airworthiness Directives.
c) Determine that all technical data used by the Repair Station on articles overhauled or repaired by the repair station are current. This data to include Repair Station process specification for limited rating specialized services, manufacturers' overhaul manuals, service bulletins, part specifications, related Federal Aviation Administration approved data and other technical data used by the Repair Station. In addition, assure that all military technical orders used in the overhaul and repair of components have been evaluated and approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.
d) Determine that no defective, unserviceable, or un-airworthy parts are installed in any component or articles released by the Repair Station.
e) Accomplish the first acceptance of all incoming material, including new parts, supplies and the airworthiness of articles on which work has been performed outside the repair station.
f) Conduct the preliminary, hidden damage, in-progress, and final inspection of all articles possessed by the repair station and record results as outlined in the RSM.
g) Ensure the proper handling, maintaining, preservation, tagging and identification of all parts, units and components while under the repair process or while under storage within the Repair Station.
h) Provide continuity of inspection responsibility, assuring completion of required inspection when personnel shift or assignment changes occur.
i) Ensure that any defective, rejected, un-airworthy, or unserviceable parts are handled in such a way as to prevent their reuse as serviceable parts.
j) Ascertain that all inspections are properly performed on all completed work before the aircraft is approved for "return to service" and that the proper inspection and maintenance records reports and forms required for such release are properly executed.
k) Inspect all avionics such as modification to airframe structures, airframe electrical wiring, and weight and balance
l) Advises management of new developments, which may affect profit, schedule, costs, customer and employee relations, and/or inter-departmental relations.
m) Maintains a working knowledge of new technologies, which may improve operations, and develops recommendations accordingly.
n) Ensure that the facility is maintained in an orderly, clean and safe condition.
o) Ensure that the Repair Station personnel use safety practices while performing their duties.
p) Demonstrates Team Leadership by example, exhibiting a professional positive attitude, especially under adverse situations. Exhibits respectful, positive communication with teammates and co-workers.
q) This position may involve working shifts to support the Service Center Operations. Shifts may include: day shift, second shift, or weekend shift. Overtime will be required on an as needed basis, sometimes with little to no warning in order to meet customer expectations.


a) Pre-planning of aircraft- specifically, efficient and timely Quality Control functions.

b) Daily Communication and Coordination with Crew Chiefs and Avionics Lead personnel to insure efficient and timely Quality Control functions are accomplished.

c) Daily Communication and Coordination with all maintenance and avionics team members to insure efficient and timely Quality Control functions are being accomplished.

d) Daily, discrepancy documentation and management- Accurate and Efficient.


*3-5 years of inspection experience in a 145  Corporate Aircraft Repair Station.

Computer Skills:
Must have basic computer skills: Basic computer operations; Printing and computer care; Word processing; Excel spreadsheet; E-Mail and web browsing.

Certificates, Licenses:
FAA Airframe & Powerplant Certificate

Physical & mental Conditions:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with both hands and arms for grasping items manual dexterity is required; talk, hear and smell.
The employee is required to stand, walk, twist, bend, climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and/or other body movements to successfully accomplish the requirements of the position. The employee is occasionally required to sit. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. Requires the ability to walk on uneven surfaces and work on elevated surfaces and stands. Sufficient vision required to successfully accomplish the requirements of the position.

Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
Office environment, as well as, daily exposure to flight line and hangar conditions such as: noise, riveting, dust and chemical fumes, none of which is to the extent of being intolerable. Hearing, vision and breathing protection provided in appropriate areas. Work in an area that is mechanically cooled. The employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts; fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals. The employee is frequently exposed to high, precarious places; risk of electrical shock; risk of radiation and vibration. As well as, outside in all types of weather; some exposure to elements of weather when traveling and/or commuting between buildings.


*Great work environment and facility.

*Opportunity for advancement

*Beautiful area to live.


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