FEAM 14 CFR Part 145 Repair Station is seeking QC Inspectors with experience inspecting Large commercial aircraft (B747 / B767 / B777) at our Miami (MIA), FL location. Full and Part Time positions available.
Company Profile: FEAM is the MRO leader in Aircraft Line Maintenance Engineering in the U.S. With over 900 employees and 40+ customers, from 15+ nations. FEAM leads the Line Maintenance industry with advanced aircraft repair capabilities, a wide line station network and vast approvals for all current and next-generation aircraft to include B787 and A350 aircraft. FEAM places special emphasis on technical training, uncompromising quality controls, and continuous improvement principles. With these effective measures in place, FEAM delivers the best in innovative technical services for all commercial aircraft operators.
Duties and Responsibilities:The QC Inspector completes 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. The Inspector performs work within budgeted time and within FEAM, FAA, NAA and customers’ standards of quality. The Aircraft Inspector is responsible for the effectiveness of FEAM’s inspection function, ensuring compliance with FAA, NAA Regulations and Customer requirements, and meeting customer quality expectations. Not limited to;
- Contributes to company safety by maintaining high standards of aeronautical workmanship and inspection standards.
- The Inspectors are responsible to the Director of Quality & Training for the efficient and economical determination of the airworthiness of the aircraft maintenance work and will assign them to do the following. For reporting purposes, the Inspectors report to the Chief Inspector.
- Perform inspection function for aircraft, including power plant, materials parts, and subassemblies. These functions do not necessarily include the inspection of these materials arts and sub-assemblies normally required to be performed by a technician to accomplish his own work.
- Review the aircraft and engine logbooks at all checks and list all pilot reports and deferred maintenance items on the appropriate work cards.
- Perform required inspection functions during all checks such as airframe and engine inspections called out on routine work cards. Perform buy back inspections on major items or non-routine work items.
- Inspectors are required to be thoroughly familiar with all inspection methods, techniques, and equipment used in their area of responsibility to determine the quality of airworthiness of an article undergoing maintenance, repair or alteration.
- All inspection personnel must also maintain proficiency as required by the Repair Station Training Program Manual, in the use of the various types of inspection aids to be used for inspection of the particular items undergoing inspection.
- Available to all inspection personnel are current specifications involving inspection tolerances, limits, and procedures as set forth by the Manufacturer of the product undergoing inspection and other forms of inspection information, such as FAA Airworthiness Directives, Manufacturer’s Bulletins, Maintenance Manuals, Service Bulletins, Service Letters, FAA Regulations, etc. are maintained in the Technical Library.
- Inspectors are responsible for the Identifying, controlling, segregating and maintaining all stock and tools to a serviceable or unserviceable category as designated by the Director of Quality & Safety.
- Monitor all aircraft inspection records and forms, which are utilized in aircraft checks to ensure proper completion of all entries.
- Inspectors, when assigned to a “Preliminary Inspection” function, will find and record those discrepancies requiring corrective action. The inspector is responsible to identify Required Inspection Items (RII), as defined by the customer’s General Maintenance Manual (GMM) or Operation Procedures Manual.
- Inspectors when assigned to a “work acceptance” function check the work performed by the technician to the extent specified for conformity to acceptable technical and workmanship standards and signify their approval by stamping or signing the appropriate box of the inspection form along with the date the work is inspected.
- Other duties as assigned by the Chief Inspector and/or Director of Quality & Training.