Triumph Group

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FAA Repairman

FAA Repairman

Requisition Number 
13465
Location 
US-CT-West Hartford
# of Positions Remaining 
1
Position Type 
Full time
Experience (Years) 
5
Posted Date 
7/24/2017
Category 
Engineering - All
Security Clearance Required? 
No
Shift 
1
Relocation 
No

More information about this job

Overview

Triumph Engine Control Systems is a leading independent aerospace fuel system supplier for the commercial, military, helicopter and business jet markets. Based in West Hartford, CT, Triumph employs approximately 500 employees. The Company’s key products and services include electronic engine controls, fuel metering units and main fuel pumps for both the OE and aftermarket / spares end markets.

 

The FAA Repairman is a non-union working member of the repair station charged to lead, direct, assign, and approve the work of repair station staff. FAA Repairmen are selected for their technical skills with due consideration for their ability to mentor people and accept responsibility.

Responsibilities

  • Ensure all parts/components removed from a repair station unit is routed to the applicable assembly cell, documented by a valid service and operation number, and the work scope is properly identified.
  • Inspect parts and components by obtaining and interpreting work cards, reviewing inspection requirements scope and detail, and completing visual inspections.
  • Ensure proper, approved technical data is used and available to the repair station staff.
  • Be responsible for her/his own work and the work of her/his assigned staff.
  • Be responsible for the proper work execution of part tags attached to repairable, serviceable, or condemned parts. Also responsible to assure that all serviceable tags are installed on components and properly annotated.
  • Ensure that the staff performs top quality work by continual monitoring and oversight.
  • Ensure staff is qualified and that they use proper procedures, manual references, and proper tools in accomplishing assigned tasks. Perform on the job training, as required, and determine any additional training needs.
  • Schedule and assigned work to the staff.
  • Provide estimates for all out of scope work (i.e., non-routines, etc.) in a timely manner. Seek customer approval(s) on original, additional, and/or revised estimates to accomplish maintenance on customers' units.
  • Interface effectively with members of management, other departments, and co-workers.
  • Ensure all safety programs and procedures are performed during the assigned shift.
  • Ensure proper material orders, amounts and usage as well as cancel orders when an alternate repair has been found.
  • Oversee, and as required perform, various types of non-destructive testing.
  • Perform repair station incoming inspection requirements for new and continued-serviced parts for serviceability, including but not limited to, verifying certification from manufacture or overhaul facility and inspecting for customer and/or shipping damage.
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable FAR's during the course of day-to-day assignments.

Qualifications

- At least 5 years of experience as a technician and/or inspector in an aerospace manufacturing or commercial aircraft environment.
- A&P or Repairman Certificate experience for specialized inspection authority.
- Capable of interpreting drawings, blueprints, service bulletins, ads, and any other related documents as required.
- 4 years technical degree a plus.
- Must be thoroughly familiar with the applicable regulations FAR Parts including: Certification procedures for products and parts; Airworthiness Standards: Aircraft Engines; Maintenance, Preventative Maintenance, Rebuilding and Alteration; Identification and Registration Marking; Certification: Airmen Other than Flight Crewmembers-Subpart E-Repairman; General Operating and Flight Rules; Operating Requirements: Commuter and On-Demand Operations and Rules Governing Persons on Board such Aircraft; and Repair Stations.
- Must be familiar with the Air Transport Association (ATA) Spec 100 for technical manuals used in the maintenance of their respective products.
- Must be able to understand and interpret Component Maintenance Manuals.
- Must be able to use the appropriate inspection methods, techniques, practices, aids, equipment and tools used to determine the airworthiness of the article on which maintenance is being performed.