JMC Aviation are working with an engine maintenance facility in Miami looking to recruit Engine Build Inspector's to join their expanding team.
This is a permanent position based in Miami.
The Inspector(s) are responsible for performing preliminary, hidden-damage, in-process, final
Inspections, and return to service functions on all civil aviation articles received by this repair station in accordance with the current technical data provided in the manufacturer's instructions for continued airworthiness, operator technical data, service bulletins, service letters, airworthiness directives, government and industry standard practices, and other data acceptable/approved by the FAA.
Other responsibilities include:
– Perform inspections of the maintenance, preventive maintenance, or alteration of a powerplant, aircraft or appliance, or a part thereof, received at therepair station.
– Perform inspections in accordance with the methods, standards, and limits required by the accepted or approved data to determine that the work was satisfactorily completed.
– Inspect major repairs and alterations accomplished to verify the performance was in accordance with the approved or authorized data provided, the usage of proper tools and test equipment and there were no unauthorized deviations.
– Record inspections performed on maintenance, preventive maintenance, repairs, and alterations in accordance with Company procedures.
– Conduct inspection tasks as specified on Company job cards, repair and routing travelers recording discrepancies as required.
– Review corrective action entries, including installed parts/material tags, tools and equipment used, proper signoff and references.
– Perform receiving inspection on incoming parts, materials, and tooling to ensure Company standards and requirements are met and generate the applicable identification tags.
– Assist in the development and training of new inspectors.
In order to be successful in this role, the candidate will need to have the following qualifications and skills:
– High school diploma
– Must possess exceptional attention to detail and proficiency in the inspection methods, techniques, aids, tools, and equipment used in aircraft jet engine maintenance.
– Experienced with borescope inspection and interpretation of technical data during the borecope process.
– Familiar with all regulatory requirements that govern the maintenance of aircraft jet engine.
– Must be fluent in English (written and verbal)
– Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S