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Job Type: Permanent
Posted: 1/21/2020 2:32:50 AM
Chief Inspector for FAR Part 135 operation. He/She is responsible for the quality of the Aircraft Airworthiness process. He/she has the authority to establish and modify the policies, procedures, instructions, and information for the Aircraft Airworthiness, and Airworthiness Release/Logbook Entry process.
1. The Chief Inspector is responsible for the quality of the AD management process. He/she has the authority to establish and modify company policies, procedures, instructions and information for the AD management process.
2. He/she is responsible for the inspections of all work performed by the Maintenance Department and the record keeping thereof.
3. The Chief Inspector is responsible for the RII process, and is authorized to make appropriate changes to that process as may be required,
4. May sign Operations Specifications as authorized by the company
5. He/she shall assist in the routing of all aircraft into maintenance as required for Periodic Checks, Inspections, repairs and overhauls.
6. He/she shall maintain liaison with the Federal Aviation Administration.
7. He/she shall be responsible for the work performed by the Inspectors under his/her supervision.
8. He/she shall maintain the Maintenance Manuals and all required revisions thereof.
9. He/she shall review all reports prepared by maintenance and submit them to the Federal Aviation Administration.
10. Assists the Director of Maintenance with maintaining all Company Mechanic, Inspector and Vendor Training records and Audits.
11. Completes the required SDR, VDRP and MIS reports and submits to FAA.
12. Manages the Weight and Balance program.
Must have a valid Airframe and Powerplant License with minimum of 5 years experience and meet the requirements of 14CFR 119.65(d) to be considered for this position.
Must have previous Inspection experience, preferably in a management capacity, with the authority to return transport category aircraft to service for a 135 Operator.
Must be eligible for an Airworthiness Release and Required Inspection Authorization, preferably on the type of aircraft operated by the company.
Previous Chief Inspector or Director or Quality experience higly desirable.
Previous General Familiarization and experience on SD3-60 or B737-200 aircraft also highly desirable.
Must be able to pass a drug screening and 10 year criminal background check.
Must be able to obtain an AOA badge and have valid drivers license.
Competitive wages and benefits package including, health insurance, paid time off and Company contributed 401k are available.
Relocation assistance is also available for selected candidate.