VT SAN ANTONIO AEROSPACE Receiving Inspector in SAN ANTONIO, Texas

SUMMARY: The Receiving/Shop Inspector shall be responsible to the Director Quality Control/Chief Inspector. He/she shall check all materials received at the Repair Station and determine that they meet the specifications and conform to all applicable regulations. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Inspect all incoming parts and materials visually for external or hidden damage. 2. Verify that tags or certifications are correct and meet applicable federal regulations. 3. Verify that all sealants, adhesives and rubber goods are within manufacturers shelf life. 4. Verify that all materials are properly packed and stored. 5. Verify that all aircraft parts repaired or manufactured in-house conform to material, dimensional and functional specifications. 6. Perform additional duties as required by the Director Quality Control/Chief Inspector. JOB SPECIFICATIONS: Component Replacement, Hydraulic component replacement, Air conditioning component replacement, Pneumatic component replacement, Engine component replacement, Basic hydraulic systems (operations), Basic Flight Control Systems, Landing Gear Servicing, Basic Troubleshooting, Tire/Brake Change Procedures, Galley Installation, Engine Starter Removal/Install, Cargo Conversion, Cockpit Window/Windshield Replacement, Entry Door Slide Removal/Replacement, Brake Rider/Aircraft Towing, Power plant Removal/Replacement Assistant, Main fuel control adjustment, Engine Trim Procedures, Knowledge of all aircraft manuals & related materials, Knowledge of ATA codes; Knowledge of all applicable F.A.R.'s and company policies and procedures; Knowledge of all paperwork procedures including job cards/time cards, routine/non-routine cards, S.R.M.'s, service bulletins, and work sign-off procedures. WORKING ENVIRONMENT: SUPERVISION: Under General Direction. Normally performs duties after receiving general instructions as to methods, procedures, and desired results. INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS: A high level of interpersonal skills is required to maintain an effective relationship with co-workers and supervision. PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT: Requires easy mobility around various sections of aircraft. Requires mental skills and quickness with the ability to cope with stress and intense effort fort or exertion usually caused by long working hours. Working environment requires standing 90% of the work day on hard surfaces. Must be able to lift 25 pounds and report to work regularly. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION: A & P License preferred. EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years minimum experience in heavy commercial and or military maintenance and/or six months skill level 3 mechanic. Recorded training on at least three (3) type aircraft. Minimum two (2) years inspection experience.