Aircraft Component Inspector
£26500.00 - £33000.00 per annum
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My client is looking for an Aircraft Component Inspector to join on them on a permanent basis. As an Aircraft Component Inspector, you will be responsible for the detailed inspection of aircraft components using SAP system to record condition of component and create a cost effective repair route sheet as appropriate I.A.W OEM CMM’s and SOPM’s.
Role: Aircraft Component Inspector
Pay: £26,500 to Max £33,000 per annum plus shift allowance PAYE (Maximum salary is an opportunity to grow to this level)
Location: Hayes, Middlesex
Contract: Permanent role
Hours: 37.5 hours per week Monday – Friday or Tuesday – Saturday (Overtime)
Right to live and work within the UK without restrictions.
- Undertake and complete a detailed inspection of all components (with exception of components which require a quarantine process due to incident / accident.) using latest criteria and Inspection equipment.
- Creation and modification of component overhaul / Repair routes within SAP as required
- Ensuring that all information (I.E. P/N, S/N and Condition) is recorded in the shop Repair Order and on SAP system.
- Carry out accurate measurement of components where required due to workload.
- Work to Production priority lists – ASPEN, Milestone dates as provided by Production Control.
- Interface with Technical engineering, and other production departments where necessary.
- Other duties as directed by the Section Manager, Team Leader or Leading Hand
- Train and mentor other team personnel within the role subject to your qualifications and experience.
- Maintain a personal Practical Experience Record (PER) book.
- Actively participate in department daily dialog meetings
- Working with computers and screens for prolonged periods.
- Sitting down for majority of working day.
- Workshop has fluctuating temperature dependent upon time of year and operations underway in other Production departments.
- Occasional loud noises from machinery and other production department activity.
- Very good (Aided or unaided) vision to allow defects to be detected.
- Occasional lifting of heavy components
- Extensive experience within an Aerospace Engineering or equivalent environment.
- Previous mechanical component inspection background.
- PC literate.
- Previous experience working within an SAP computer system would advantageous.
- Good knowledge of inspection techniques and equipment
- Previous practical experience using imperial measurement tools.
- Previous knowledge of manuals and Boeing websites
- To promote and monitor compliance with legislation, company policy and codes of practise relating to Health and Safety at work.
- To be aware of and work within company policies, procedures and agreements
- Avoid setting precedents which could be detrimental to operations and business.
- An awareness of the Major Accident Prevention plan (MAPP)
- An awareness and understanding of responsibilities outlined in the company’s environmental procedures
- All duties shall be undertaken in compliance with Safety and Environmental Regulations and Company Procedures
Mandatory Training requirements
- Aviation Legislation
- Company Induction
- Human Factor Training
- Manual Handling
- IQ Move User Training
- Basic Technical training
- Inspection Training
- Corrective and Preventative Actions (CAPA)
- Q-Scan Training
Education & Training
- Essential – Strong experience in a similar role
- Educated to GCSE level Maths and English A-C
- A’ Level or equivalent qualification in an engineering subject would be desirable
- Ability to communicate fluently in written and spoken English
- Aerospace apprenticeship preferably
If you are interested in applying for this position and you meet the requirements, please send your updated CV to: Sarah Budd at Line Up Aviation
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