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Working As An Aviation Safety Inspector

  • Documenting/Recording Information
  • Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards
  • Getting Information
  • Updating and Using Relevant Knowledge
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Make Decisions

  • Repetitive

  • Stressful

  • $70,820

    Average Salary

What Does An Aviation Safety Inspector Do At Jacobs

* Inspect and verify aircraft and aircraft subsystem work per NASA, Air Force, Navy, FAA and commercial requirements.
* Apply technical and mechanical knowledge and skills to solve and provide technical guidance for unusually complex problems of aircraft, subsystems, parts and equipment to specified operational condition.
* Identify and document the functional and physical characteristics of configuration items, control configuration changes, record and report configuration status.
* Perform nondestructive testing using fluorescent liquid penetrant, magnetic particles and electro-magnetic techniques.
* Perform current, ultrasonic & radiography inspection on airframe structural components & support equipment.
* Utilize statistical techniques to determine life cycle of engine components as determined by acceptable quality levels established by technical orders and industry data.
* Interface with project management, engineers, crew chiefs and aircraft crew.
* Perform Mandatory Inspection Points at AFRC/Building 703 Palmdale and Vendor facilities.
* Review, approve, and perform inspections of quality procedures, processes, and change requests.
* Perform toolbox audits and inventory inspections.
* Monitor currency and filing of technical publications at aircraft.
* Witness operational tests/checks on equipment in accordance with approved technical data.
* Recommend changes in methods, procedures, processes and other techniques employed to improve the productivity without compromising safety or quality of assigned tasks.
* Ensure the requirements for Continued Airworthiness are satisfied prior to the aircraft being returned to service.
* Perform Surveillance activities of assigned areas and hangers.
* Provide weekly inspection/surveillance reports to Quality Inspection Branch Chief.
* Record all inspections on the applicable quality records.
* Record measurement results (the record shall show the actual test results data) and evaluate test / inspection results against accept / reject criteria.
* Record measurement instruments used to include identification number and due date.
* Ensure all work which requires an inspection is performed and subsequently captured in the NASA aircraft maintenance management system, on the appropriate quality record (if applicable), or other approved documentation format.
* Ensure specified type aircraft technical data or FAA AC 43
* B or
* B, Acceptable, Methods, Techniques and Practices
* Aircraft Inspection and Repair, are followed.
* Perform special inspections / one-time inspections in accordance with the Aircraft Maintenance Program and DCP
* O-001.
* Collaborate with AFRC engineering staff in the development and application of Mandatory Inspection Points.
* Verify requirements for test environments, test configurations, and pass/fail criteria.
* Analyze technical adequacy of verification methods and criteria.
* Monitor qualification and acceptance tests to ensure compliance with verification requirements and test procedures, and to ensure that test data are correct and complete.
* Assess technical issues of design, materials, workmanship, fabrication, and verification processes for major reviews to ensure quality requirements are properly identified and incorporated.
* Be familiar with and follow NASA and Armstrong Procedures/Instructions as related to aircraft maintenance requirements.
* Perform work in accordance with NASA ISO AS9100 procedures and applicable regulatory requirements.
* Shall follow the safe practices and rules contained in the Jacobs Safety and Health plan and other such rules and practices communicated on the job.
* Report status to Jacobs Functional Area Lead as required.
* This list is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities.
* Qualifications

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • Carrier


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Real Aviation Safety Inspector Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Aviation Inspectors Banyan Air Service, Inc. Fort Lauderdale, FL May 16, 2011 $75,046
Aviation Inspectors St. Aerospace Mobile, Inc. Mobile, AL Nov 09, 2012 $63,000
Aviation Inspectors St. Aerospace Mobile, Inc. Mobile, AL Dec 04, 2012 $63,000
Aviation Inspectors St. Aerospace Mobile, Inc. Mobile, AL May 24, 2012 $63,000
Aviation Inspectors National Aerotech Aviation Inc. Hampton, GA Oct 17, 2012 $61,027
Aviation Inspectors St. Aerospace Mobile, Inc. Mobile, AL Oct 04, 2011 $60,000
Aviation Inspector Sargent Avborne Miami, FL Feb 25, 2010 $59,405
Aviation Inspector Sargent Avborne Miami, FL Mar 03, 2010 $59,405
Aviation Inspector St. Mobile Aerospace Engineering, Inc. Mobile, AL May 21, 2009 $47,000
Aviation Inspector St. Mobile Aerospace Engineering, Inc. Mobile, AL May 15, 2009 $47,000
Aviation Inspector St. Mobile Aerospace Engineering, Inc. Mobile, AL May 01, 2009 $47,000

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Top Aviation Safety Inspector Skills

  1. FAA
  2. Aviation Safety
  3. Technical Procedures
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Provide guidance and advice to both internal and external customers regarding the interpretation and application of FAA regulatory and national policy.
  • Employed as an Aviation Safety Inspector for the Federal Aviation Administration.
  • Represented the Administrator by performing required airline surveillance and certification duties.
  • Position at time of leaving GS-13 Principal Avionics inspector, General Aviation Airworthiness.
  • Evaluate air carrier maintenance programs and aircraft for safety, compliance and airworthiness.

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