Aircraft QA Inspector II
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- The 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.
- Must be familiar with Maintenance Information System (MIS) to retrieve and input information.
- Must be able to obtain andmaintain a secret security clearance and flightline driver's license.
Exceptional communication skills, leadership abilities,and personnel management skills are required.