Qualified Experience / Skills / Training:
- BBT electrical and quality incubator training provided by the Company or an approved vendor is required.
- Need to be able to provide proof of completion of these trainings as part of my application process.
Quality Inspector Systems: A technician with a focus on Quality Inspection in system manufacturing in the aviation industry with a high school diploma.
FAA Airframe & Powerplant License, an A&P license including inspection authorization is preferred.Experience:
2 years of experience as a Quality Inspector in an aviation company.
Airline experience is desirableLicensure/Certifications:
A&P License (preferred)
BBT electrical and quality incubator training provided by the Company or an approved vendor is required. Please attach proof of completion of these trainings as part of application process.Knowledge, Skills, Demonstrated Capabilities:
Knowledge of Quality Management Systems.
Knowledge of drawing systems, inspection plans, and inspection coordination.
Knowledge of the principles, practices, methods and tools used in the production line.
Handling and use of inspection tools of the length measuring techniques (mechanical, optional, electrical).Communication Skills (Spoken, Written, Influencing, Proficiency in Other Languages):
Effective verbal and written communication skills. Specifically, in English which is required operating in a multicultural and multifunctional environment.Travel Required:
Some travel if requiredEligibility:
Authorized to Work in the USClearance:
NoneNature of Contacts:
Involved communication on a regular basis with internal and external partiesPhysical Requirements:
Vision: adequate to enter and read material on computer screens. Able to identify individuals to initiate greetings, the giving of directions and other business interactions
Hearing: able to hear sufficiently to engage in conversation in office settings; Able to hear safety alerts and warning signals.
Speaking: able to engage in conversations in person and via electronic means and deliver information to groups of varying size with or without amplification.
Equipment Operation: Able to operate a wide range of tools and equipment including hydraulic lifts and arms.
Carrying: able to occasionally carry up to 20lbs/9kg which engaging in training, addressing production issues or as part of continuous improvement projects.
Lifting: able to occasionally lift up to 30lbs/14kg.
Pushing/Pulling: able to push/pull items in office areas and on shop floor.
Sitting: able to sit for extended periods of time at computer and in meetings.
Squatting/Kneeling: able to occasionally squat or kneel to retrieve or replace items shelved on bottom shelves.
Standing: able to stand for extended periods of time delivering information.
Travel/Mobility: able to travel overseas and domestically sometimes for extended periods of time and on short notice.
Walking: able to walk through office and production areas, around flight line and airstrips and sometimes on uneven indoor or outdoor surfaces other business interactions
Space Limitations: Working on jigs at fuselage at a height of 15 feet.