- The Aircraft Inspector will be expected to complete evaluations of aircraft, engines and components to determine their condition against established standards and performs inspections of work completed by Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMT) to verify compliance with approved data.
- He/She performs work within budgeted time and within clients, FAA, and customers’ standards of quality.
- The Aircraft Inspector is responsible for the effectiveness of clients inspection function, ensuring compliance with FAA Regulations and Customer requirements, and meeting customer quality expectations.
- Maintain the daily operation of the Repair Station in compliance with all applicable Code of Federal Regulations, Repair Station Procedures, customer requirements, and manufacturer’s recommendations.
- Promote and support all clients safety initiatives and programs.
- Inspect, evaluate and perform surveillance of work performed by AMT’s.
- Inspect aircraft and components by obtaining and interpreting work cards, reviewing inspection requirements’ scope and detail, completing visual inspection of aircraft areas opened by AMT’s including but not limited to fuel tanks, empennage, cargo areas, under floor area, fuselage skin, engines, pylons, wings, flight control surfaces, flight decks, and landing gear.