Perform assigned inspection functions in accordance with Company general procedures and otherCompany manuals to ensure aircraft are airworthy and serviceable.
§Perform assigned inspection functions, in accordance with the GPM and other Company manuals, to ensure company aircraft are inspected to the prescribed standard of airworthiness and serviceability. §Reviews the AMLs and DDLs for all Pilot reports and Deferred Maintenance items that are to be corrected by maintenance staff. §Audit AMLs prior to removal of white copy. §Review NRJCs for deferred maintenance items that are to be corrected by maintenance staff. §Certifies aircraft airworthiness (with regard to work performed) after an inspection by signing the aircraft airworthiness release in the AML. §Record discrepancies detected on appropriate work sheets. §Participating member of the MMRB. §Review all associated documentation utilized for aircraft inspections to ensure proper completion of all entries. §In addition to routine inspection duties, an inspector may be required to perform receiving inspections of materials and/or equipment. §Perform other duties as assigned by the Manager of Quality Control.
Minimum Job Requirements:
§Hold Mechanic’s Certificate with Airframe and Powerplant ratings and have held these ratings for at least three years.Meet requirements of 14 CFR Part 65.83. §Have a least one year of maintenance/inspection experience on different types of large aircraft with 10 or more passenger seats with an air carrier or certified repair station. §Must be able to work different shifts. §Position requires lifting, standing, bending for long periods of time. §Must be able to pass initial drug screen and random drug screens. §Must be available for occasional travel.