Quality Inspector (Level 2)
Miramar, FL 33027
The quality inspector examines, inspects and tests Aircraft Engine Parts for defect and any deviation to ensure that repairs are made according to the ESM specifications, and ensure airworthiness of Aircraft Parts as directed and assigned in accordance with the applicable maintenance data to return components to airworthiness. Understand and follow policies and procedures.
Personnel performing inspection function report to the Quality Assurance Leader for regulatory activities and they report to the Business Leader for administrative purposes. Quality Inspectors have the authority and responsibility for performing inspector duties as directed and assigned by .
Level II: Product Line inspector / Logistics Inspector
In addition to applicable Level I duties and responsibilities, a Level II include the following as applicable to the department:
- Lead and positively influence others in a team based environment.
- Actively participate in team events and work related activities.
- Assist in training, evaluating, and signing all OJT training related forms for new or lower level employees.
- Assist engineering with creating and modifying tools and fixtures.
- Assist engineering personnel in testing and evaluating equipment.
- Assist engineering in new process development and lean projects
- Participate in customers presentations.
Product Line inspector:
- Perform all required processes, such as incoming and in-process inspection of all required parts within the production cell to ensure compliance per specified requirements using visual aids and mechanical inspection tools.
- Disposition the parts after incoming and in process inspection.
- Create CDR (Customer Departure Record) /NCR (Non Conformance Report) using an excel template, adding a descrion of the discrepancy, taking a photograph and adding dimensions to the photograph using creative techniques to measure base on our selection of components.
- Verify and interpret FARs (First Article Repair), ADs (Advisory Directive), SBs (Service Bulletin) RSM (Repair Station Manual), QCM Quality Control Manual), and CDRs (Customer Departure Record).
- Process improvement, quality blitz, and MRB (Material Review Board) meeting to improve reworks percentage. If part requires rework, create rework paperwork and explain using the 5 why’s.
- Review and determine FPI/XRAY/ Metlab reject review. Determine per ESM next process, if applicable. If rejected, create a new version quote and communicate to the customer/production leader.
- Demonstrate ability to perform inspection tasks on all engine models in the production line
- Demonstrate ability to create a standard inspection report.
- Perform final stages of the inspection process using mechanical and hand inspection tools (CMM, Guillotine, Tesa, and Moment Weight) as required per the cell/business need.
- Demonstrate ability to correct any discrepancies, create E-Work Orders, reprint amended Travelers.
- Demonstrate ability to understand purchasing in a more detailed inspection level.
- Support personnel from different cells assisting in S&R and being responsible for meeting the requirements in both areas.
- Contact freight forwarders when discrepancies or issues arise to stop and/or assist material to reach its final destination or return to if necessary.
- Booking and scheduling on the weekends.
- Demonstrate ability to perform incoming and in-process inspection in one production cell. (included in the 50% requirements to apply for L-2).
- Demonstrate ability to inspect material for conformance against drawing requirements (RMR,etc.)
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Product Line Inspector:
- Pass the evaluation test with a minimum score of 75%.
Level II: Product Line Inspector / Logistics Inspector
In addition to all Level I requirements:
- A minimum of 2-5 years of inspection (Product Line Inspectors) and (Logistics Technician, shipping/receiving, import/export) related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. (aviation industry required).
- Utilize a wide range of instruments and tools to perform inspection of aircraft engine parts (micrometers, calipers, etc). Use and selection of inspection, test and measurement instruments.Demonstrate ability to read, understand, interpret and implement technical procedures in the ESM, SBs, ADs, FARs, EAs, CDRs, customer POs, and proprietary procedures.
- Proficiency: Inspection personnel shall receive recurrent training in the use of FAR’s/AD’s, Receiving Inspection, Shelf Life Requirements, Material Certification Form, FAA Repair Station Manual, and EASA Supplement, Service Bulletins, Repair Manuals, and Inspection Procedures.
- Proficiency with measuring tools is required.
- Thoroughly familiar with the applicable regulations.
- Proficient in using the various types of inspection equipment, visual inspection
aid, and technical references appropriate for the article being inspected.
- Proficient computer skills required for the job.
- Strong analytical skills to use data to make operational decisions.
- Able to retrieve information, train and transfer knowledge to team members.
- Ability to lead and positively influence others in a team based environment.
- Take ownership of working areas and implement improvements with minimum supervision.
- Ability to write reports in word, excel and power point.
- Thoroughly familiar with the scope and limitations of the technique/method used.
- Ability to retrieve information, train and transfer knowledge to team members.
- Ability to inspect all engine models parts within the production line.
- FAA, A&P License or FAA Repairman Certificate preferred but not required.
Quality Inspectors must meet the following vision requirements:
- Near Vision: 20/25 (Snellen) at 16” (42 cm) ± 1” (2.54 cm) or equivalent in at least one eye, natural or corrected.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is frequently required to sit and stand. The employee is regularly required to use full range of motion of their upper and lower extremities. The employee must regularly lift and /or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
The work environment described here is representative of a typical work place condition that the employee may be working in. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to chemicals, noise, varying temperatures, and other work place hazards. However, Propulsion Technologies International has established process, procedures, and protective equipment to reduce or eliminate exposures to these hazards and full compliance is a requirement of the job.