Inspects mechanical final assembly installations of the aircraft such as fuselage, wings, flaps, landing gears, and tail assemblies. Inspects systems such as hydraulic, pneumatic, oil, heat, and brakes. Visually and physically inspects electrical installations. Rechecks work after adjustment or repair. May monitor and verify quality in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures. Maintains necessary inspection logs and writes inspection reports. Candidate must understand aircraft structures.
• Visually and physically inspect aircraft center fuselage structure, system and electrical installations for conformance to engineering requirements using a variety of precision measurement equipment and inspection tools to include micrometers, calipers, ball gages, flashlights, mirrors, ohm meters, laser gauges and depth gages.
• Structure inspections include location, gap verification, shim installation, hole drilling, fastener installation, sealing and coatings.
• System installations include tube, hose, valve, fastener installation, sealing and coatings common to hydraulic, pneumatic and fuel systems.
• Electrical installations include route, clamping, string tie, connector mating, pin insertion, crimping and coatings.
• Locate, identify and accurately document nonconforming product/material at time of discovery per applicable procedures.
• Visually and physically inspect rework and repair for compliance per engineering requirements.
• Mentor technicians on nonconforming product/material discovered during inspection to include engineering requirements, how to identify the nonconformance and process improvement.
• Develop, promote, and maintain collaborative team environment with fellow inspectors, support organizations and customers.
• Work well as part of a team and individually to increase quality, efficiency, effectiveness and affordability through process improvement and other quality control methods.
• Must be able to pass formal classroom training to include but not limited to hole drilling, sealing, countersinking, and fastener installation.
• Must be able to certify for half and full face respirator