Global Engine Maintenance
The Surveillance Inspector will follow processes in accordance with the current technical data provided in the manufacturer’s instructions for continued airworthiness. This includes service bulletins, service letters for performing preliminary hidden damage, in process and final inspections on civil aviation on aviation airworthiness directives, government and industry standard practices and other data acceptable to or approved by the FAA. Incumbent is specifically responsible for:
- Responsible for engine incoming receiving, inventory, and borescope.
- Responsible for all module inspections.
- Responsible for in process signoffs.
- Responsible for issuing shop disassembly, assembly, and final inspection paperwork.
- Responsible for making sure calibrated tools used during assembly are current and calibrated.
- Other duties as assigned.
Minimum knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies include but are not limited to:
- Powerplant License
- 5-10 Years CFM56-3, 5B & -7B experience (Preferred)
- Quantum aviation software experience (Preferred)
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- Knowledge of troubleshooting and repair of parts and concepts preferred
- Proficiency working with all hand tools and pneumatic tools essential
- Some knowledge of troubleshooting concepts
- Ability to isolate failures within and complete rework of parts and assemblies
- Ability to perform within company quality standard
- Ability to complete pre-defined testing and repair procedures
- Ability to learn and perform basic repairs
- Ability to read and understand routers and OEM manuals
- Language – English, business proficiency
Office: 305-717-0951 Ext. 106