Must have an A&P License. An Inspection Authorization is preferred or equivalent body of knowledge in lieu of.
Must have a thorough understanding of the current Federal Aviation Regulations, as well as inspection methods, techniques, and equipment used to determine the quality or airworthiness of an article undergoing maintenance, repair or alterations in accordance of the FAR Part 145 Repair Station requirements.
Must have 3-5 prior years of rotorcraft experience in a quality inspector capacity required.
Must have strong problem solving and negotiation skills required.
Must be able to focus on key tasks, prioritize duties, and manage multiple priorities.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office programs, problem solving and analytical skills are required.
Exceptional communication skills are required.
Strong leadership traits with a focus on good communication and interpersonal skills.
Strong interpersonal skills and superior judgment.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Must be a strategic thinker and solution oriented.
Ability to accept accountability, assume pro-active leadership, demonstrates initiative and lead by example in teamwork, cross-unit co-operation, and information sharing.
Possess a strong sense of integrity and ethics.Proven ability to maintain calm under pressure.