Conformity Inspector

Location: Coatesville, PA, USA

Job Code: 116596-02

This position will be responsible for the parts inspections of all first article parts, and for the installation of first article parts on aircraft.

-Physically compare the component or modification to the engineering specifications, drawings, and the airworthiness standards.
-Complete FAA Form 8110-1, Type Inspection Authorization or FAA Form 8120-10, Request for Conformity, and submit it to the MIDO through the ACO project engineer. Conformity inspections are recorded and reported on FAA Form 8100-1, and FAA Form 8130-3 is completed if required.
-Where required, complete FAA Form 8130-9, Statement of Conformity to ensure that parts are manufactured and/or installed to the latest revision of the descriptive data, prior to FAA inspection.
-Certify that the modified aircraft/part, in conformity with the original Type Design, except as affected by the modification being presented for approval and by other previously approved modifications.
-Ensure that all components which are to be part of an initial STC modification and require tests, other than flight tests, receive a complete part conformity inspection before the test is started unless prior authorization is obtained to allow a post test conformity inspection.
-Conduct progressive inspections at appropriate intervals during the modification process.

High School/Trade School
3-5 years of related experience in an aviation environment

United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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