Aircraft QA Inspector II
Amentum is hiring Aircraft QA Inspector II will be responsible for monitoring all safety and quality programs to ensure compliance with contract specifications. Evaluates flightline and back
shop maintenance tasks and inspections to include items identified by the KTL/RIL. Inspects and verifies proper completion and documentation of safety and flight discrepancies. Evaluates forms documentation and MIS inputs. Briefs and debriefs pilots and crewmembers
assigned to functional check flights on aircraft. Evaluates personnel, including verification of skills, training and experience. Performs audits and inspections of work centers and ongoing maintenance actions, procedures, equipment and facilities. Performs QA review of Dull
Swords, Unsatisfactory Reports, TCTOs, OTIs, modification proposals, DRs and SR, AFTO IMTs 22 and local OIs IAW AFI 21-101. Examines parts and components for conformance to design specification to determine serviceability. Monitors timelines and applicability of
aircraft maintenance technical data and technical library. Enters inspection and evaluation reports into the appropriate QA database. Reviews maintenance source documents, aircraft inspection records, notes recurring discrepancies or trends and initiates appropriate action.
Will be responsible for the weight and balance program. When assigned, manages programs in accordance with Performance Work Statement. Performs complete oversight of third- party contractors performing aircraft maintenance. Performs other duties related to the occupational field as assigned, to include temporary duty (TDY) and travel assignments as
required. Must be able to work day, swing, night, and/or weekend shifts as required.
A minimum of eight (8) years working knowledge of aircraft maintenance operations on one or more of the following aircraft: C-37, C-32, C-40 or similar Fixed-Wing aircraft is required. Must have a broad working knowledge of aircraft maintenance, inspection techniques, FAA regulations, and Air Force technical publications. Must have a working knowledge of aircraft safety requirements and know how to operate portable firefighting
equipment. Must complete TODO/TODA training. The ability to read, interpret, and comprehend schematic diagrams, drawings, charts, and technical publications are required.
An FAA A&P license is required. Exceptional communication skills, leadership abilities, and personnel management skills are required. Must be familiar with Maintenance Information System (MIS) to retrieve and input information. Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance and flightline driver's license.