- Experience in aircraft turbine engine component repair.
- Experience within aerospace or aviation repair or manufacture field.
- Experience in any field with composite/honeycomb, materials
- Proficient in the use of precision measuring hand tools to measure component defects.
- The ideal candidate will be flexible to perform other visual inspections as needed such as preliminary, hidden damage, in-process and final inspections on metal/composite civil aviation articles with the current technical data provided in the manufacture’s instructions for continued airworthiness, Service Bulletins, service letters, Airworthiness Directives, government and industry standard practices, and other data acceptable and approved by the FAA.
- Evaluation of hardware at designated steps throughout the repair process.
- Release of hardware to outside processes.
- Inspection of hardware from outside processes.
• The individual will be thoroughly familiar with the scope and limitations of the method in which is being performed.
• The individual will be able to organize, and inspection findings results and be familiar with the codes, standards and other contractual documents that control the method being utilized.
• Drug Free Workplace.
• FAA Regulations.
• FOD Training.
• Human Factors.
• Manufacturing Plan Interpretation.
• Measurement Tools.
• Visual Inspection.
• Inspection in any field with the use of calibrated measuring equipment.
• Inspection in any field with composite/honeycomb, materials.
• Airframe and Powerplant license preferred (but not required).
• Aviation, aerospace, or industrial turbine engine inspection experience preferred (but not required)
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