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Inspect aircraft, maintenance procedures, air navigational aids, air traffic controls, and communications equipment to ensure conformance with Federal safety regulations.
- The SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) code is 53-6051.01
☝️ Information based on the reference occupation “Aviation Inspectors”.
Also Known As…
- Aviation Inspectors
- Technical Inspector
- Quality Inspector
- Quality Control Inspector
- Avionics Safety Inspector
- Aviation Safety Inspector, Manufacturing
- Aviation Safety Inspector
- Airworthiness Safety Inspector
- Aircraft Quality Control Inspector
- Aircraft Inspector
- Supervising Airplane Pilot
- Return to Service Inspector
- Preflight Inspector
- Pilot Safety Inspector
- Operations Inspector
- Maintenance Inspector
- Jet Inspector
- Flight Operations Inspector
- Flight Inspector
- Airworthiness Inspector
- Airplane Inspector
- Aircraft Landing Gear Inspector
- Air Carrier Inspector
- Aeronautical Inspector
Tasks for “Pit Inspector”
- Conduct flight test programs to test equipment, instruments, and systems under a variety of conditions, using both manual and automatic controls.
- Observe flight activities of pilots to assess flying skills and to ensure conformance to flight and safety regulations.
- Analyze training programs and conduct oral and written examinations to ensure the competency of persons operating, installing, and repairing aircraft equipment.
- Recommend changes in rules, policies, standards, and regulations, based on knowledge of operating conditions, aircraft improvements, and other factors.
- Examine maintenance records and flight logs to determine if service and maintenance checks and overhauls were performed at prescribed intervals.
- Approve or deny issuance of certificates of airworthiness.
- Prepare and maintain detailed repair, inspection, investigation, and certification records and reports.
- Investigate air accidents and complaints to determine causes.
- Start aircraft and observe gauges, meters, and other instruments to detect evidence of malfunctions.
- Inspect new, repaired, or modified aircraft to identify damage or defects and to assess airworthiness and conformance to standards, using checklists, hand tools, and test instruments.
- Inspect work of aircraft mechanics performing maintenance, modification, or repair and overhaul of aircraft and aircraft mechanical systems to ensure adherence to standards and procedures.
- Examine aircraft access plates and doors for security.
- Schedule and coordinate in-flight testing programs with ground crews and air traffic control to ensure availability of ground tracking, equipment monitoring, and related services.
- Examine landing gear, tires, and exteriors of fuselage, wings, and engines for evidence of damage or corrosion and the need for repairs.
- Recommend replacement, repair, or modification of aircraft equipment.
Related Technology & Tools
- Inspection mirrors
- Magnetic particle inspection equipment
- Thread gauges
- Personal computers
- Laptop computers
- Fluorescent penetrant testers
- Precision rulers
- Ultrasonic inspection devices
- Dial gauges
- Coordinate measuring machines CMM
- Handheld computers
- X ray inspection equipment
- Eddy current pencil probes
- Eddy current inspection equipment
- Wearable computers
- Desktop computers
- Output meters
- Angled feeler gauges
- Maintenance tracking software
- Vernier calipers
- Non-destructive inspection NDI robots
- Shearographic equipment
- Torque wrenches
- Aircraft Technical Publishers ATP Maintenance Planner
- Hand held magnifiers
- Thermographic equipment
- Pressure gauges
- Microsoft Word
- Aircraft regulation databases
- Microsoft Excel
- Data entry software
- CAD/CAM software
- Microsoft Office
- Robotic workstation software