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Job Location: Laughlin AFB, TX
Job Title: Quality Control Inspector
The incumbent is required to monitor, observe and evaluate supply functions in the T-6 COMBS warehouse. The Quality Control Inspector also functions as the training instructor and Safety Monitor for assigned personnel. The incumbent will also be responsible for review of all aircraft documentation as necessary to eliminate possible errors. The Quality Control Inspector will be under the direct supervision of the T-6 COMBS Manager.
Essential Job Functions:
Monitoring, observing and Evaluating Maintenance in the COMBs and Safety Procedures
Ensuring Compliance with Procedures
Dealing with Coworkers/Clients/Public
Monitoring and reporting on COMBS warehouse supply
Assisting warehouse-receiving clerks in performance of receiving inspections during peak loads.
Investigate and submits items for warranty claims when
Accomplishing forms and documentation reviews as
Advises management on revising inspection/receiving regulations, as required, to meet contractual requirements.
Preparing discrepancy reports and recommending actions in regards to vendor material found to be damaged when received.
Accomplishing the functions of the Site Safety and HAZMAT Program Monitor.
Reviewing aircraft documentation, GSE maintenance and historical data to screen for possible errors.
Accomplishing site training for new personnel and assisting with training records maintenance.
Setting up and maintaining the Technical Library.
Performing QEC installation inspections.
Cleaning of warehouse, shops, offices and restroom as required.
Clerical and other assigned duties as required.
Education & Experience:
Graduation from a standard four (4) year high school or equivalent (GED) and a Minimum of five (5) years recent experience in aircraft maintenance.
DOCUMENTED PROOF OF AIRCRAFT MECHANIC EXPERIENCE.
Valid FAA Airframe and Power plant Certificate.
Knowledge & Skills:
Knowledge of Military or Commercial aviation maintenance
U.S. Government regulations for federal contractors and FAA Maintenance programs; and aircraft maintenance terminology.
Extensive working knowledge in logistics and data information systems.
Familiarity with FAR's relating to aircraft components, parts, hardware and equipment (FAR Part 21 and FAR Part 43).
Thorough knowledge of warehouse shipping and receiving procedures.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.