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AOG Overview

Quality Records Analyst • Fort Worth, TX

Purpose Job Summary: 

Act as a Logbook QC Inspector in execution of approved inspection programs and engine records / logbooks for servicing and repair of APU and gas turbine engines, aircraft components, parts, or accessories in accordance with the Repair Station Quality Manual, Federal Aviation Regulations, various International CAA Regulations, manufacturers’ specifications, approved technical data and TES policies / procedures.

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities: (Not listed in order of importance.  Other duties may be assigned.)

  1. Review and research APU and engine logbooks and other records, as pertains to the repair and overhaul or servicing of APU and gas turbine engines, components, parts, or accessories.  Review, analyze, and prepare APU and engine records, including logbooks, TES repair or overhaul paperwork (hard copy and electronic records), compiling the information for the applicable engine when there are personnel or assignment changes.
  2. Ensure Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins compliance. Maintain qualification / certification to perform required functions, receive necessary training/instruction to maintain qualification and that those training records are maintained.
  3. Oversee and perform the review of receiving, assembly (in-process) inspection and the final acceptance inspection of each overhauled or repaired engine, accessory, appliance, and component at time of completion and prior to preparation for shipment.
  4. Maintain operation and accuracy of the scanning and filing for overhaul and repair engine maintenance records as needed.
  5. May act as back-up liaison to: customers performing quality audit of the facility, to FAA Airworthiness Safety Inspector and to representatives of other regulatory agencies as they relate to the Repair Station.
  6. Assurance /shop procedures and develops/revises procedures as necessary to ensure reliable, quality products.
  7. May evaluate published technical data for timely and accurate applicability to quality.  Provide input to production and engineering recommending changes/improvements to existing processes and procedures, tooling, facilities, etc. to maintain FAA and company inspection/quality requirements.

Lead and Organizational Relationships / Primary Interactions:  

Primary Contacts/Interactions and Frequency:  

Internal:  Frequent with other work leads/team leaders, managers and support staff in production, marketing or sales related departments.

External: Occasional with customers, agencies, and vendors to discuss issues, solutions, and technical information.

Dollar Accountability: (Indirect)

Budget: N/A.

Revenue: Indirect impact on sales/customer service activities through logbook / records inspection/Q.A.

Qualifications

Qualifications – External

EXPERIENCE

  • Education / Job Experience/Technical Knowledge Required: (Additional Competency List Attached)

Formal Education/Training:

Associate or bachelor’s degree in quality assurance, Aerospace, Quality assurance, similar discipline, or equivalent work experience and training obtained from governmental or vocational training school programs.

Direct /Indirect Experience:

Minimum eighteen (18) months experience preferred with aircraft powerplants for FAA certification or be powerplant certified.

Thorough working knowledge of FAA Part 145 regulations pertaining to inspection/quality assurance practices and familiarity with turbine engine principles including test cell and on-wing performance, assembly practices, vibration and failure analysis, and general engine overhaul and repair procedures.

Qualifications: (Including Licenses and Certifications)

FAA Powerplant license is very desirable.

Knowledge of ISO 9000 or other regulatory specifications.

Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain good leadership skills.

The demonstrated ability to develop clearly defined objectives, time schedules and provides a functional direction.

Level of Decision Making/Problem Solving:

When performing inspections or quality functions, the Inspectors are responsible to the repair station Chief Inspector and the manager of Quality, TES. A repair station Inspector’s decision on inspection matters can only be countermanded as jointly agreed by the manager of Quality.

Physical and Mental Demands: 

The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. 

Physical:

Work involves walking, sitting, driving or standing for brief periods of time. Reaching:  extending hands and arms in any direction. Handling:  seizing, holding, grasping, turning or otherwise working with hand(s). Talking:  expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word.

Hearing:  perceiving the nature of sounds by ear.

Mental:

Works under frequent, but cyclical moderate emotional and time-sensitive performance pressure because erroneous decisions or actions may result in delays in repair/program schedules resulting in additional allocation of resources and may cause financial and contractual harm to the company.

Operate a computer keyboard and view a video display terminal up to 75% of work time.

 

Work Environment: (The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.) 

Engine shop and shop office environments, including hoists, heavy parts, chemicals, and fluids with use of precision instruments, stringent housekeeping and work area safety regulations and practices to observe and maintain.

Environment may include brief periods of elevated noise exposure due to engine testing, exposure to outside weather conditions required to service aircraft engines and accessories.                        

QUALIFICATIONS, SPECIFIC SKILLS, AND COMPETENCIES (INCLUDING LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS)

Required:

  • Ability to express or exchange ideas verbally with peers, clients, and public.
  • Ability to get along with co-workers and peers.
  • Maintenance of regular attendance and punctuality within customary tolerances.

  PHYSICAL DEMANDS

(The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.)

  • Sedentary Work: exerting up to (50-70) pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Work involves walking, sitting, driving, or standing for brief periods of time. Reaching:  extending hands and arms in any direction. Handling:  seizing, holding, grasping, turning or otherwise working with hand(s). Talking:  expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word.
  • Hearing:  perceiving the nature of sounds by ear.

  WORK ENVIRONMENT

(The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job.

  • Engine shop and shop office environments, including hoists, heavy parts, chemicals, and fluids with use of precision instruments, stringent housekeeping and work area safety regulations and practices to observe and maintain.
  • Environment may include brief periods of elevated noise exposure due to engine testing, exposure to outside weather conditions required to service aircraft engines and accessories.

Benefits

  • Outstanding Medical and Dental Benefits
  • Company funded Health Reimbursement Account
  • Basic Employee Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
  • Long-Term and Short-Term Disability
  • Vacation and Sick Time
  • Paid Holidays