Aircraft Quality Control Inspector - Mechanic II - Sierra Army Depot

  • PAE
  • Herlong, CA, USA
  • Apr 22, 2019
Full time Professional Services QA-Quality Control Aviation

Job Description

Develops and implements quality control and ground safety programs to ensure compliance with contract specifications. Inspects and verifies proper completion of documentation of Safety of Flight discrepancies.  Briefs and debriefs pilots and crew members assigned to perform functional check flights. Performs audits and inspections of work center and ongoing maintenance actions, procedures, equipment and facilities.  Examines parts and components for conformance to design specification to determine serviceability; serviceable, unserviceable-repairable, unserviceable-non repairable, affixing appropriate form/tag for disposition; return to stock, route to appropriate shop for repair and/or turn-in. Reviews maintenance source documents, aircraft inspection records, notes, recurring discrepancies or trends and initiates appropriate action. Monitors timeliness and applicability of aircraft maintenance technical data and/or technical library. Manages the technical improvement program and reviews engineering investigative requests. Initiates and reviews quality deficiency reports, technical deficiency reports and hazardous material reports to ensure completeness and accuracy. Documents and review aircraft weight and balance date to ensure accuracy and provide oversight during actual aircraft weighing procedures. Provides support to DS2’s Quality Assurance/Environmental, Safety and Health Program by supporting the overarching requirements of the DS2 AS9110 Quality and Safety management plan for RASM-P. Reports directly to the DS2/PAE Fort  Site Manager with dotted line responsibility to the PAE Director of the QA/ESH Department managing Safety and Quality Assurance functions and the domestic and OCONUS based workers compensation program for the company.

Must have held current position for at least 90 days.as per SOP. Must have completed the Army Technical Inspector Course or graduated Army BNCOC with included TI training or possess FAA certifications of A & P with an IA or have a minimum of 10 yrs experience in aircraft maintenance and logistical support operations.  Must be able to read and comprehend complex written materials. Must be familiar with and able to use Microsoft Programs to facilitate reports. Must be competent with the Unit Level Logistics System Aviation (ULLS-A/E), Aviation Maintenance Data System (AMDS) and be familiar with Automated Weight and Balance Systems (AWBS), 2410 procedures, Quality Deficiency Reports, Estimated Cost of Damage reports (ECOD), Estimated Cost of Repair reports (ECOR), Maintenance Engineering Calls (MEC) and performing in depth inspections for investigations. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and have the ability to instruct other employees on aircraft, safety and technical procedures, rules and regulations. Must possess a thorough knowledge of aircraft systems and subsystems and have the ability to apply this knowledge effectively when interacting with aircraft Technicians and Senior Supervisors alike. Must be of high moral character. Must be able to secure a Public Trust Clearance for access to the Military Network. Previous supervisory and inspector experience is desirable. Must possess positive people skills in dealing with peers and the customer.

 

 

Matthew Stearns