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QC Inspector B - Little Rock, AR

Little Rock, AR

Job Description

Job Summary:
Inspect parts and components to known standards to insure conformity of products including cosmetic acceptability. Conducts interior shell component and in-process inspections. Verifies parts and components conform to approved data. Properly document all inspections and verifications.

Minimum Required Qualifications:
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Two (2) years of experience in an aircraft or aeronautical environment.
- Must possess above average verbal, written skills, and interpersonal communication skills.
- Must possess well-developed critical thinking, logic, and analytical skills.
- Able to work from heights or small enclosed areas for short periods of time with or without reasonable accommodation.
- Able to climb, stoop, bend, kneel, and/or work from unleveled surfaces with or without reasonable accommodation.
- Ability to read and interpret complex drawings, 3D models and specifications.
- Able to use precision measuring tools, gauges, and laboratory type instruments.
- Must possess computer literacy with the ability to learn new applications.
- Must be pro-active and team oriented.
- Pass vision testing, minimum 20/20 corrected, and with no limitations in color perception.

Additional Desired Qualifications:
- Regulatory issued Airframe license.
- Able to work unsupervised for short periods of time.
- Aircraft/aviation experience specific to the area of assignment (e.g., upholstery, cabinet, etc.)

Working Conditions:
- Normal working conditions would be in a controlled environment. However, candidate could be required to work for short periods of time in an uncontrolled environment.

Principal Duties/Responsibilities (Essential Functions):
(Identify functions affecting the airworthiness of the aircraft by using the prefix “CRITICAL”)
- Critical - Interpret data, CATIA models, company standards, work instructions, and perform necessary calculations using shop math to conform detail parts, tooling, assemblies and installations and document results.
- Critical - Perform complete inspection of components, major assemblies, sub-assemblies, production tools or parts during manufacturing, modifications, repairs & installations to determine safety or conformity to approved data & company standards & specifications. Properly documents findings and actions taken.
- Critical - Interpret and verify per complex data, engineering change orders and governmental regulatory
procedures and specifications and properly document results.
- Critical - Apply technical knowledge in the fields of manufacturing and assembly, plumbing, electrical, etc. to determine conformity, approval for return to service, & airworthiness.
- Critical - Use precision measuring guides, gauges and laboratory type instruments.
- Critical - Suggest dispositions of damaged or worn parts and the possibility of salvage based on company practices or procedures.
- Routine - Be familiar with relative FAA/EASA regulations and requirements.
- Routine - Be familiar with regulatory processes.
- Routine - Prepare necessary customer and/or company documents.
- Routine - Complete and maintain reports and records as required.

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