Primary Location: UNITED STATES-TEXAS-FORT WORTH
Security Clearance: Secret
The Quality Assurance Safety Inspector executes and maintains the Quality Control/Quality Assurance policies and procedures from the Program or Regional Management Office (PMO/RMO), Branch or Aviation Operational Sites (AOS). QCIs ensures aircraft airworthiness/scheduled inspections are carried out and that forms and certifications appropriate to both military and civilian aviation are properly completed. Review and monitor engine trend analysis, oil analysis, hydraulic sampling programs and trend in aircraft material condition. Conduct quality audits at all sites and or vendor locations. Responsible for convening and conducting of the Safety Council meetings and communicating with the DynCorp Safety Office on all matters pertaining to Safety.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
- Work collaboratively with Corporate Quality to develop, implement and sustain a behavioral quality-based program.
- Make entries into the CARMAC System using the Aircraft Maintenance Report or other reports as required.
- Prepare, maintain, enforce, and update the QC plans to drive performance using ISO 9001:2000 and 14001 standards across the programs.
- Conduct vendor audits.
- Ensure that all assigned aircraft meet required operating standards for flight as well as safety requirements.
- Monitor all required forms and reports related to aircraft, as well as the related parts inventory, parts usage, and associated ground support equipment.
- Review aircraft and engine logbooks.
- Review and monitor engine trend analysis, oil analysis, hydraulic sampling programs, and trends in aircraft material condition.
- Investigate repeat discrepancies, determine the cause(s), and identify the necessary corrective actions.
- Coordinate training and safety functions as required at selected sites.
- Participates in the identification and implementation of all continuous process improvement activities.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
- Extensive knowledge of logistic systems, planning, quality control and supervisory policies, principles, procedures and techniques.
- Must have above average working knowledge of both military and general aviation aircraft and systems.
- Requires experience and knowledge of aircraft/engine maintenance records and logbooks.
- Have demonstrated a record of successful technical performance, reliability and initiative.
- Must possess analytical ability to objectively evaluate other individual's job performance from the Quality/Safety aspect.
- Demonstrated experience with process improvement approaches and change management.
- Excellent communication, effective leadership and interpersonal skills.
- Strong analytical skills.
- Additional knowledge/skills may be required by contract or assignment.
Experience & Education
- Bachelor’s degree in quality, business management, or engineering desired.
- Five (5) years progressively responsible experience in related maintenance environment.
- Certified Six Sigma Green Belt preferred.
- FAA Airframe and Power Plant (A&P) license.
- FAA Inspection Authorization (IA) license.
- Completion of a U.S. military or technical Safety certification school is desired.
- Previous experience working on CBP aviation programs desired.
- Must be a US citizen, possess a US Passport and be able to pass a CBP full field five (5) year background investigation and/or a Secret clearance background investigation.
- Valid driver’s license.
- Must be willing to subject themselves to random drug tests.
- Must be able to read, write, and speak English.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
- Activities range from, an office-like environment with extensive sitting demands to a flight line-like environment with extensive climbing, standing, stooping, bending, pushing, kneeling, stretching, and walking demands.
- May occasionally be required to lift objects whose weight exceeds 30 pounds.
- Special vision abilities to perform this job are close vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust and focus.
- The range of work conditions vary from an office environment where there is little or no physical discomfort to a flight line environment where inclement weather may subject the individual to severe changes in temperature, wind, rain, etc.
- May be required to work in areas where high noise hazards prevail.
- May be exposed to fumes, airborne particles, and electrical shock hazards.
- OCONUS temporary assignments living and working conditions could be remote and uncomfortable.
- Personnel should be aware of deploying on short notice and under adverse conditions.
- Ability to travel domestically and internationally