Aircraft inspector

Company Name:
AvCraft Technical Services
Position Type:
We're growing!
AvCraft is a leading aviation company that modifies, maintains and refurbishes jet and turboprop aircraft for airlines, and leasing companies from the US and around the world. We offer competitive salaries, an attractive health benefits plan and a 401(k) and we're located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in a community known for its lifestyle, low cost of living and easy going atmosphere.
Today we're expanding our operations to meet increased demand. We're recruiting experienced Aircraft Inspectors. If you're looking for a challenging, rewarding position with a company that values initiative and creativity; if you enjoy working in a fast paced environment where no day is the same as another; if you're ready for more responsibility, then this may be the job for you.
Inspectors will be authorized Return to Service authority and RII authority. Inspectors are responsible for ensuring proper execution of FAA form 337's, Service Problem Reports, Service Difficulty Reports, and Malfunction/Defect Reports when necessary. Inspectors must have an A&P License. IA highly desireable.
Performs detailed inspection of parts, components, assemblies and installations ensuring compliance with approved design data and FAA requirements in support of STC and MRO projects.
Performs detailed inspection of supporting production records and other objective

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