Join an innovative airline with over 40 years of history. Empire Airlines, known for our “WE CAN DO
THAT!” attitude, is looking for a Ohana by Hawaiian Quality Control (QC) Inspector to join our
Empire Airlines has been operating Ohana by Hawaiian since its inception
in 2013. Ohana, the Hawaiian word for Family, is providing inner island passenger
service and cargo service in Hawaii; with flights to Oahu, Lanai, Molokai, and
Kapalua in West Maui. Our passenger fleet consists of ATR 42-500 and our cargo
fleet consists of ATR 72-500 aircraft.
Employee benefits include PTO, medical, dental, vision, 401(k) with
company match, travel benefits, paid holidays, healthy lifestyle incentives,
referral program, and other optional benefits. For eligible employees, we also
offer Known Crewmember (KCM) and CASS (jump seat) benefits.
The Inspector will determine that all aircraft, workmanship,
materials, components and appliances released for flight are in airworthy
condition per the standards established in Company and manufacturers' manuals
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Inspector will oversee maintenance and inspection performed at the station to which he or she assigned. The Inspector will ensure that maintenance technicians are knowledgeable on tasks they are assigned to perform.The Inspector ensures the proper performance and recording of inspection tasks at a station to which assigned. This includes a review of maintenance and inspection records for proper completion prior to submission to Maintenance Control and/or Technical Records.The Inspector will continuously assess airworthiness and compliance with applicable regulations during maintenance and inspection activities.The Inspector will be vigilant to ensure compliance with published Company policies and procedures and instructions for continued airworthiness (ICAW) that constitute Empire Airlines’ Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP)When on duty, the QC Inspector:Will perform inspection duties in accordance with published Company technical data, current regulations and approved ICAW to ensure Company aircraft are maintained to the highest standards of airworthiness.Will cause maintenance or inspection tasks to cease if being improperly performed in accordance with accepted or approved procedures, until corrected.Will ensure Company “buy back” inspection procedures are properly executed as required.Will certify and record the airworthiness of an aircraft after the performance of a line check or higher inspection for which he or she has provided oversight. (Requires Airworthiness Release Authorization)Will ensure maintenance shift change document (M33) is accurately completed and signed in accordance with Company procedures.Will report or cause to be reported, all unusual events or occurrences at the station to Maintenance Control (or Dispatch as appropriate) immediately.Will ensure that all discrepancies recorded in the flight/maintenance log have been properly closed in the corrective action block prior to aircraft release.Will inspect an aircraft to be ferried to determine if it is safe for the intended flight and identify any temporary repairs necessary prior to flight. The inspector will also execute the necessary entries in the flight/maintenance log.Will assist station maintenance technicians in performing assigned maintenance tasks when not performing inspection duties contained herein.At all times, the QC Inspector:Will remain current and be familiar with all Company policies & procedures regarding maintenance and inspection. This includes all appropriate manual revisions, Maintenance Bulletins, and Maintenance Notes.Will be expected to modify his or her work schedule to assist in performance of critical or emergency maintenance tasks.Will perform any additional related duties as may be assigned.