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Inspection of MH-60R and VH-92Aairframe and incoming hardware to ensure compliance with standards and specifications; Management of Non-conforming hardware & work with SQE to correct issues; Work across other functions to schedule inspections and ensure daily staff/status meetings; Perform audits of aircraft build documentation and area audits to include root cause and corrective action.
The Aircraft inspector is expected to lift up to 40 pounds. To perform necessary verifications, the inspector must have the ability to safely climb in and crawl around helicopter, climb on top of helicopter 20+ feet (harnessed), and will be required to stand for extended periods. The inspector will interact with multifunctional team members to ensure timely completion of tasks and resolution of discrepancies. The hanger work environment may occasionally be loud from aircraft handling equipment and warning horns/whistles.
Desired Skills: A&P (airframe and Powerplant) license is highly encouraged.
In-depth familiarity with Aircraft Inventory Records (AIR’s) and with Visual Information Display System/Maintenance Action Form (VIDS/MAFS). A working knowledge of factory systems such as SAP and Microsoft Office applications is also beneficial.
Must be able to obtain and retain a Yankee White security clearance.
Position may require temporary shift work and occasional overtime.
The Aircraft inspector must have relevant Sikorsky platform inspector experience.
Ability to differentiate writing colors is necessary, as well as ability to reach and interpret Drawings, Specifications, and process instructions.
Familiarity with and experience using basic dimensional, mechanical, and electrical measuring instruments is necessary.
The inspector must have an understanding of Electro-Static Discharge protection processes (LM certification training will be provided).
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