Quality Control Inspector
Directed by and has responsibility to the Director of Quality Control for inspection
procedures, techniques and methods used in maintaining Silver Airways aircraft. The
company maintains and updates required skills for inspection personnel through its pay
policy system. Additional requirements may be added to an inspector’s qualifications as
experience and company requirements evolve. These are also added to the Training
model for needs analysis annually as described in Chapter 8 of this manual.
This position has designated / delegated safety risk acceptance authority and requires the
applicable level of initial and recurring SMS training
Must possess current FAA mechanic certificate with both Airframe and Powerplant ratings.
Six (6) months minimum experience in Silver Airways Technical Operations Department or
at least one (1) year similar experience outside Silver Airways in an FAR 121 operation.
This position requires a competitive interview process. Inspectors must meet all
qualifications as a Technician and have satisfactorily completed and maintained currency
in all MM-01 and departmental requirements related to training and certifications
supporting effective competency skills.
Ensures that all necessary paperwork and log entries during his shift are completed.
Performs the delegated duties of the Director of Quality Control or Lead Inspector, to
ensure all work performed during his shift is airworthy.
Examines assigned Aircraft Flight Log Books and work forms prior to conducting
inspection to establish the work to be accomplished.
Reviews the applicable aircraft flight log to ascertain that maintenance has been properly
cleared and completed.
Conducts inspections on aircraft and related systems.
Any items found unsatisfactory as a result of these inspections will be entered on the
appropriate work pending forms. Items affecting airworthiness or deemed necessary to reinspect,
will be designated and re-inspected to ascertain that the work performed by
Maintenance has been accomplished in accordance with accepted practices and quality
Ensures that all items listed within the applicable aircraft flight logs and appropriate work
forms have been properly signed for by Maintenance Personnel and Inspection Personnel
prior to releasing an aircraft for passenger service.
Responsible for the legibility, correctness and completeness of applicable aircraft flight log
entries and applicable work forms in accordance with procedures established by the
The Inspector shall be responsible for all items accepted by him.
Reports to Lead Inspector or Director of Quality Control all matters adversely affecting the
airworthiness of flight equipment.
Inspectors are to assist in the, “On the Job” practical training of mechanics on