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Inspector (csi)

May 7 2021
Industries Airspace, Aviation, National Defence
Categories Aerospace, Aviation, Airport, Manufacturing, Assembly, Quality
Winnipeg, MB

 Performs visual and dimensional inspection of products being processed for repair or overhaul to verify their conformance to the approved data and customer requirements.
 Determines and documents the modification status/configuration of products being processed for repair or overhaul to verify compliance to the applicable regulatory and customer requirements.
 Ensures the products to be inspected are sufficiently clean and in acceptable condition to perform the inspections necessary to complete the work instruction.
 Determines the repairability of those products not meeting the applicable requirements.
 Records the inspection results on the appropriate inspection documentation.
 Generates an estimate on the cost of replacement parts and labour necessary to complete the applicable work instructions.
 Generates the applicable documentation for the repair of unserviceable products.
 Inspects and identifies parts in the Reduced to Spares (RTS) process.
 Performs the necessary physical inspection of parts in the Check for Acceptance (C for A) process.
 Supervises detail inspection trainees in the on-the-job training (OJT) process.
 Participates in continuous improvement of cell processes.
 Cross trains in other complementary skills and seeks endorsements for those skills as needed to support production requirements.
 Moves between production assignments that utilize multiple skills as needed to support production requirements.
 Participates in the cross training of other technicians as needed to support production requirements.
 Responsible for observing all applicable safety requirements and reporting immediately any unsafe practices/conditions.
 Carries out other duties as assigned.

 Knowledgeable and proficient in the proper use of precision measuring equipment.
 Ability to read, understand and interpret blueprints.
 Knowledgeable in and ability to identify and interpret conditions on products that are the result of service operation.
 Ability to use and interpret publications used in the production process (graphs, charts, schematics, blueprints).
 Working knowledge of the functions and operation of the products being inspected.
 Proficient in technical writing.
 Working knowledge of production management computer system and other related internal control systems.
 Ability to complete the Detail Inspector Training & Development Plan.
 Ability to lift up to 50 pounds (unassisted) for approximately 25% of the average work day.
 Regularly required to sit for prolonged periods.


Petra Rapmund
Director, Human Resources
(204) 318-7816 network