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In this position employees perform all required inspections on aircraft undergoing modification/change/refurb. These employees will inspect parts, assemblies and systems for conformance with specifications. Employees will observe functional tests on various aircraft systems and record results. Communicate with shop personnel for in-process inspection or functional test and obtain the applicable drawings, Boeing (BAC) Specifications, and any other necessary documents.
Ensure that appropriate revisions of drawings and other documents are being used. Verify all paperwork and on-line systems (e.g., Operations and Inspection Record, SOI, Test Inspection Records, nonconformance items) are complete, accurate and up to date. Inspect and verify all systems ready for functional tests. Witness or verify operational/functional test of aircraft systems and components, as required, per engineering requirements and operating procedures.
Use automated test equipment (ATE), as required. Determine if operational and/or functional testing is required after rework, repair or replacement of system components. Coordinate with engineering, as required. Perform Shakedown Inspections (final inspection on completed aircraft assemblies/areas prior to customer acceptance) and record any discrepancies on an EPD / Non-Conformance Record / Pickup.
Reinspect, as required, and accept when complete. Perform in-process inspections (e.g., hole check, torque, seal squeeze out, cold work, finishes) as required. Inspect electrical assemblies (e.g., installation, crimping, termination, routing), as required. Inspect completed assembly jobs and review workmanship, dimensions and locations (e.g., fit and fair of all doors and panels), and ensure all parts/assemblies have been installed per the drawing, specification and plan using applicable mathematical calculations and precision measuring tools.
Identify and document discrepancies and report to shop as necessary. Reject assembly or installation, as required. Note discrepant condition(s) and location(s) and what the correct configuration of the assembly or installation should be, citing drawing, BAC specification, or plan requirements.
Record results and take paperwork (e.g., P/U, EPD, NCR) to Material Review Board (MRB) area for processing. Indicate QA acceptance on the appropriate paperwork and/or on-line systems and process the paperwork/systems as required per appropriate procedures and policies. Verify, record and reinspect removals/reinstallations of parts/assemblies. Perform line checks to investigate whether rejectable condition exists on other airplanes, as required. Audit manufacturing and inspection processes, as required. Ensure certification of tools, test equipment and personnel are current. Work with engineering and FAA on red label equipment to ensure parts and assemblies are segregated from production parts and assemblies.
Work with customers and consult others (e.g., production, engineering, planning, customer coordinator) on process or job related issues, as required. Prepare work package for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and/or Customer inspections, as required. Handle, use and dispose of hazardous materials in approved manner. Assist other employees with functions, methods, and procedures by passing on information and answering questions. Contact lead/supervisor when assistance is needed.
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English comprehension required Frequent (3-6 hrs) exposure to noise. Handle, use and dispose of hazardous materials. Must be able to obtain and maintain personnel certifications as required to support job responsibilities.
Must pass visual acuity and color perception tests Occasional contact with Metals, exposure to plastics and solvents and exposure to Atmospheric Conditions. This position requires occasional (1-3 Hrs) Finger manipulation, Flexion/Extension, Handling, Lifting less than 25 pounds, Rotation of head/neck, Sitting, Standing, and Walking. Use of personal protective equipment for face/eyes and ears may be required.
5 years aerospace manufacturing with 2 years of quality experience preferred. ASQ certification preferred. High school diploma or equivalent.
This position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a "US Person" as defined by 22 C.F.R. ? 120.15 is required. "US Person" includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.
**Job** *Aircraft Manufacturing*
**Organization:** *BCA Quality*
**Title:** *Inspector Modification B*
**Requisition ID:** *1900113513*
Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity,
age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.