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QC Inspector A - Little Rock, AR

Little Rock, AR

Job Description

Perform in-process and final inspections of aircraft systems and components to determine the conformity of the aircraft to approved data and airworthiness. Perform installation inspections of components, structures wiring and other aircraft associated items for conformity to engineering and other approved data.

• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Airframe certificate.
• Minimum of 5 years experience in maintenance of aircraft.
• Experience with FAR 145 Repair Station and FAR 43 Maintenance.
• Able to read and understand structural and avionic drawings, schematics, test procedures, etc.
• Good verbal and written communication skills to prepare detailed reports.
• Computer literacy.
• Critical thinking, logic and analytical skills.
• Pro-active and team orientated.
• Able to walk up and down steps with or without reasonable accommodation.
• Able to walk long distances, climb, stand, and kneel for extended periods of time with or without
reasonable accommodation.
• Pass vision testing, minimum 20/20 corrected, and with no limitations in color perception.
• Write and speak clearly and intelligently in English.
• Able to access confined areas.
• Working knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations’, Type Certificate Data Sheet, Airworthiness.
• Directives’, Advisory Circulars, etc.
• Able to work in a high noise environment (jet engines, air tools, etc.) with or without reasonable accommodation.

• Associate degree in aerospace field.
• FCC license.
• ISO 9000 familiarization and/or training.
• Powerplant License.

(Identify functions affecting the airworthiness of the aircraft by using the prefix “CRITICAL”)
• “CRITICAL” Perform complete major inspection of aircraft, components, major assemblies, sub-
assemblies, production tools or parts during manufacturing, modifications, installation, service,
overhaul or flight to determine airworthiness, safety or conformance to approved data and
Company standards and requirements.
• “CRITICAL” Apply technical knowledge in the fields of mechanics, hydraulics, electricity, sheet
metal, rigging, instruments, test flights, etc. to determine and sign off safety, airworthiness, or
• “CRITICAL” Perform conformity inspection of components, major assemblies, sub-assemblies,
or parts during manufacturing, modifications, installations to determine safety or conformance to
standards and requirements.
• “CRITICAL” Interpret and check prints, both hard copy and electronic, engineering change orders
and governmental regulatory procedures and specifications.
• “CRITICAL” Determine extent of work to be performed where no specifications, regulations or
written standards are available.
• “CRITICAL” Use precision measuring guides, gauges and laboratory instruments.
• Is familiar with FAR Part 145, 135, 91, 65 and 21 and related A/C’s
• Is familiar with FWW processes.
• Prepare necessary aircraft related FAA, customer or company documents.
• Complete and maintain reports and records as required.
• Accurately enter electronic data related to aircraft production, completion and installation
• Suggest dispositions of damaged or worn parts and the possibility of salvage based on
• FAA/EASA regulations, company practices or procedures.
• Work in a safe manner in accordance with OSHA and company safety procedures.
• Perform all other duties as assigned as assigned

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