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Egress Aircraft Inspector Jobs in Corpus Christi, TX at Amentum

Title: Egress Aircraft Inspector

Company: Amentum

Location: Corpus Christi, TX

Job Summary:

The successful
Egress Aircraft
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nspector. This position is unique in that it is multi- tiered in skill requirements: {i.e.} the incumbent must be experienced in the AME {egress systems} field and aircraft maintenance, illustrations are as follows: As a function of Quality Control, the incumbent is required to monitor, observe, inspect the aircraft egress, canopy fracturing systems and components and evaluate the maintenance function and safety procedures in the maintenance organization. The inspector will observe maintenance procedures to ensure maintenance tasks are complied with properly. Quality Control/Quality Assurance Inspectors will be under the direct supervision of the Quality Manager.

Monitor and evaluate all maintenance actions performed by all aircraft work centers. Ensure safe and effective aircraft are provided in accordance with technical manuals, directives and instructions.
Accountability

Perform all work-related actions as directed by management.
Follow instructions by work center shift lead, or above.
Ensure safety, security and preservation of government and company owned equipment.
Address/approach customer in courteous and professional manner.
Address/approach co-workers in a courteous and professional manner.
Maintain work center in a clean and orderly fashion.
Meet government and company license and/or qualification requirement(s).
Complete and comply with On the Job Training (OJT), Foreign Object Damage (FOD), Hazardous Waste (HW), Tool Control Program (TCP) and Egress Familiarization, Program and all safety regulations by site, city, state and federal.
Monitor contract compliance by all maintenance activities through audit(s) and surveillance as defined in the Quality Assurance Manual.
Perform final inspection of all maintenance actions as required. To include ejection seats and canopy systems.
Investigate safety incident(s) and assists preparing engineering investigation request (EIR), Quality Deficiency Reports (QDR), Hazardous Material Reports (HMR), Technical Publications Deficiency Report (TPDR) and Explosive Mishap Reporting (EMR) as required.
Review maintenance form(s) and deficiency data to determine discrepancy trends and specific problem areas.
Assist drafting and developing work instructions, maintenance instructions, local maintenance requirement cards (MRC).
Assist drafting continuing correspondence, detailing maintenance and program procedures and instructions.
Provide brief and de-brief functional control flight (FCF) pilot.
Assist preparing Quality Assurance Monthly Data Requirements List (CDRLs).
Assist preparing weekly, monthly and quarterly Quality Assurance Control Status Report(s).
Operate NALCOMIS/OOMA data base information system.
Review incoming technical publications and directives as applicable to the Maintenance Department.
Qualify and maintain as a subject matter expert (SME) or training instructor as required (within first 90 days).
Serve as a model mechanic/technician.
Minimum Requirements:

High School Diploma or GED, required.
Must be able to meet any company/government required qualifications, certifications, licensing, and clearances.
Must have a minimum of eight (8) years general experience in aircraft maintenance within the last three (3) years as a licensed F.A.A. airframe and power plant mechanic.
Satisfactory completion of U.S. Armed Forces egress systems course, F.A.A {A&P} required and T/M/S training.
Completion of NALCOMIS (Optimized) OOMA Quality Assurance Administration course (Course C-555-0046).
Must have a valid driver’s license.
Must be able to work all shifts & schedules.
Eight (8) years working knowledge of Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, NAMP CNAF (4790.2).
Eight (8) years working knowledge of NAVAIR 11-100-1 (as necessary).
Eight (8) years working knowledge of Quality Assurance procedures.
Eight (8) years working knowledge of applicable safety and maintenance manuals.
Research, read and utilize technical drawings and schematics.
Knowledge and proficiency of NALCOMIS/OOMA data base information system.
Write with clarity and technical accuracy.
Read, write, follow and understand instructions.
Possess in depth knowledge of Quality Assurance procedures.
Have a thorough knowledge of aircraft engines, flight controls, egress systems, airframe, and accessories.
Possess in depth knowledge of applicable maintenance / technical manuals and publications, technical directives, safety procedures, ground support equipment and special tools.
Must have the ability to research, read and interpret drawings. Must be able to write with clarity and technical accuracy.
Must be able to brief and debrief Functional Check Flight pilots in requirements for functional check flights and expected results.
Must have a thorough knowledge of applicable contractual requirements.
Walk, stand on level and/or inclined surfaces for extended periods.
Climb, bend, stoop, squat, crawl, crouch, kneel, lift, carry, balance and reach above shoulder level, push or pull weight up to seventy (70) pounds.
Eye hand coordination and dexterity, required.
Color vision, peripheral vision and depth perception, required.
Normal hearing, required
Preferred Qualifications:

Exposure noise hazard.
Required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE).
Handle required/approved hazardous material(s) as per the material safety data (MSD).
May require the use of respirator.
Working conditions of a standard shop and hangar to inclement weather and extreme heat.
Travel as required for periods up to, or past 90 days.

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