Aviation Maintenance and Chief Inspector
JetRight Aviation Maintenance •
Inspects aircraft, aircraft systems, equipment, and parts to ensure safe flying and conformance to specifications and government regulations and procedures.
The Chief Inspector will have the final airworthiness authority for the release, as airworthy, of the units the repair station is rated to repair and maintain.•Ensures that inspections performed on airframe, engines and components are in accordance with company policies and procedures, maintenance manuals and approved technical data
•Monitors workmanship and materials to verify that the company and FAA rules, regulations, and standards are complied with
•Oversees part installation and inspects adjustments or modification to existing parts
•Performs preflight and post flight inspections identifying any breach of standards for safe flight
•Provides inspection sign-offs as required
•Ensures that aircraft modifications or component changes are in compliance with maintenance manual procedures or approved technical data procedures
•Ensures all required inspection items (RII) are complete and documented properly.
•Monitors the company Precision Measuring Equipment Program (Calibrated Tooling).
•Responsible for ensuring all articles delivered to and maintained by the repair station are properly recorded and staged from receipt to delivery in their airworthy/serviceable condition.
•Ensure all quality related issues are reported and corrective actions are implemented.
•Confirm that all equipment being maintained by the repair station is on the Capabilities List, the proper data is available and in use, the staff is properly trained, and all records of work/release are complete/accurate.
•Directly responsible for the compliance with the FAA Approved training program manual; including indoctrination, initial, recurrent, ongoing, semi-annual, and specialized training.
•Ensure that receiving inspections of incoming parts components, equipment supplies and materials is complete in accordance with the company Repair Maintenance Manual (GMM).
•Ensure assistance in the classification of repairs and alteration in relation to Major or Minor Repairs. Ensure appropriate forms are complete to document any major repair or alteration.
•Monitors/audits aircraft inspection reports, log pages and records for accuracy and completeness of entries prior to being sent to the records department.
•Conducts daily audits or aircraft work packing including checks/inspections forms, log pages, routines and non-routines, modification orders, etc. to ensure completion, correctness, use of appropriate reference to approved data in all entries and forms.
•Monitors the safety and housekeeping of the work areas.
•Performs other duties as assigned.
•High school diploma or GED.
•Flight inspector license.
•Must have at least 8 year’s experience maintaining and returning aircraft to service, at least 2 of those serving in an inspector role.
•Valid A&P Certificate [14 CFR 121.378(a) and 65.83(b)].
•Trained on all airframe operated by JetRight must have at least 8 year’s experience maintaining and returning aircraft to service, at least 2 of those serving in an inspector role.
•Must have prior management experience.
•Valid A&P Certificate [14 CFR 121.378(a) and 65.83(b).
•Organize responsibilities of the inspection staff and delegate duties to properly qualified team members.
Associates Degree or higher preferred.
•Ability to work in a high activity/fast paced environment while managing associates.
•Possesses excellent organizational skills and ability to work independently.
•Ability to work and interact with departments throughout the organization.
•Proficient in Microsoft Suites.
•Demonstrated ability to multi-task.
•Must have exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
•Ability to make quality decisions and effectively solve problems.
•Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to facilitate meetings and effectively lead groups.
•Competent in reading and interpreting manuals, drawings, policies.
Ability to learn new software programs and systems
WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL DEMANDS
•Standing/walking for short distances: up to two hours on hard surfaces.
•Lifting/Carrying: occasionally, up to 20 pounds for up to 200 feet; rarely, up to 50 pounds for up to 20 feet. By nature this job description cannot be exhaustive: additional responsibilities, duties, skills, efforts, requirements and working conditions may be associated with this job.
35000.00-Based on Experience
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