ATSS Engineering has a client in Fairhope, AL looking for an Aviation Dimensional Inspector.
Position Summary: To complete detailed inspections of gas turbine engine and propeller components and assemblies in accordance with the approved technical data and SAC policies/procedures.  

Essential Functions: (must be able to perform these functions with or without a reasonable accommodation)  

Completes daily inspection assignments as directed by the Supervisor
Examines material or product for surface defects such as cracks, pits, and incomplete welds 
Uses precision measuring instruments to complete inspections in accordance with approved technical data 
Compares product with parts list or sample model to ensure completion of assembly 
Rejects defective parts, and marks type of defect on part, container of parts, or inspection tag 
Utilizes the electronic database to complete transactions 
Completes paperwork required for quality system 
Assists with job training of other inspection personnel in the completion of inspection responsibilities 
Keeps a clean work environment using continuous improvement tools 
Maintains an understanding of the methodology employed by bureaucratic and government organizations, and skills, to deal with the requirements and systems imposed by these organizations 
Maintains accurate and timely records of inspections 
Ability to demonstrate inspection proficiency on equipment, inspection methods & techniques, aids, and tools  
Confers with Supervisor to recommend changes such as: equipment utilization, production methods, and procedures to increase efficiency of department and promote improvement 
Attends all safety and health training, as required, in a timely manner 
Works when scheduled and complies with company attendance policy 
Works overtime as needed 
Other duties as required
Observes and practices all safety procedures and personal policies (e.g. safety-glasses, ear plugs, face shields etc.) 
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: (these are required to enable job holder to perform the essential functions of the job)

Must be knowledgeable in the use of precision measuring instruments including calipers, micrometers, hard gages, dial bores gages, height gages, and other surface plate equipment. 
Must be familiar with the engine components, inspection techniques, and tools used to complete the inspection process.
Must be able to maintain an effective working relationship with and among co-workers and supervisors.
Must be able to work with little or no supervision and take initiative.
Must be able to use applied knowledge to formulate positive solutions to problem situations.
Must be able to apply common sense.
Must be able to effectively read, write, and communicate in English.
Must be proficient in company specific software and Microsoft Office Word and Excel.
Must be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using fractions and decimals; compute percentages, ratios, rates and interpret graphs. 
Must be able to comply with OSHA requirements and standards to properly wear all applicable PPE.
Must be able to see within 20/20 vision with or without corrective lenses
Must be able to hear running machinery
Must be able to use hands, wrists, and fingers repetitively
Must have exceptional eye-hand coordination
Must be able to walk around regularly using steps occasionally
Ability to provide verifications of US citizenship or permanent residency to satisfy ITAR/EAR restrictions 
Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. regularly and more, with assistance occasionally
Must regularly be able to reach overhead
Must regularly be able to squat, bend, twist, stoop, kneel, and stand
Must be able to walk around regularly using steps occasionally
 Experience and Education Requirements: 

At least 18 years of age or older. High School Diploma or GED required. Two years of relevant aviation inspection experience preferred. FAA Power Plant license or strong working knowledge in a specialty field. Must pass a criminal background check. Must pass a DOT FAA pre-employment drug screen and possibly a physical and comply with all FAA regulations. Jaeger and Ishihara eye exam required upon hire.  Safety sensitive position per the DOT and FAA regulations. Subject to drug and alcohol testing per FAA’s regulations. Ability to provide verifications of US citizenship or permanent residency to satisfy ITAR/EAR restrictions. 

 Work Conditions:

Frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts and occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles and vibration. Noise is generally loud. 

AM & PM Shifts Available

9/80 Schedule (every other Friday Off)

Our competitive benefits package include:   

Three weeks of vacation
10 Paid Holidays
401(K) plan that includes employer matching program
BlueCross BlueShield PPO medical plan
Dental and Vision (company paid benefit for employee coverage)
Short Term and Long-Term Disability (company paid benefit)
Basic Life/AD&D (company paid benefit / 2x base salary amount)
Supplemental Life/AD&D coverage options
Spouse & Child Life coverage options
Flexible Spending Account (Medical & Dependent Care options)
Employee Assistance Program (company paid, includes three free counseling sessions)
Telehealth Program (24/7 phone or online video doctor visits)
LifeLock (Identity Alert System)