Applied Insight

  • Unit Maintenance Inspector SME

    Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/6/2018 1:52 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1242
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    At Applied Insight, we leave no stone unturned in solving our customers’ technology challenges. Supporting the Federal Government with the strongest mission focus, our solutions empower people to collaborate more effectively in delivering services vital to the nation. Our unique approach to information technology considers people first. We make it our job to understand our customer’s mission and the user’s reality right from the start, combining technology and process to deliver what customers really need to succeed – from adaptation to innovation – drawing on our long experience of supporting the US Defense, Intelligence and Federal Civilian communities.

     

    Applied Insight (AI) is seeking a Unit Maintenance Inspector SME in Oklahoma City, OK. 

     

    The Unit Maintenance Inspector supports and provides technical analyses and assesses contractor effectiveness for technical service contracts involving aviation maintenance.

    Responsibilities

    The individual will inspect, evaluate and measure the contractors’ compliance and performance against aviation maintenance standards. Evaluate and provide assessment of the contractor’s performance in meeting operational requirements, contract requirements, and core processes. The inspector establishes criteria; assesses programs effectiveness; and/or investigates or analyzes a variety of unusual conditions, problems, or questions. Conclusive finding or evidence are difficult to develop because of the unusual conditions, problems, or questions, such as especially large and complex sets of interrelated data, the concealment of facts and evidence by highly sophisticated schemes, or issues with significant regional impact. The work affects a wide range of activities within the agency and the operation of other agencies. The work directly impacts on the safety of daily enforcement operations and contributes significantly to the mission and prevention of accidents that could hinder the enforcement operations and long range planning objectives of the program. Duties include the inspection of:

    • Maintenance man-hour accounting systems
    • Standing operating procedure
    • Use and qualification of personnel
    • Electronic data processing systems
    • Work place safety programs
    • Configuration control program
    • Aircraft modification; facilities maintenance, quality management and quality assurance
    • Compliance with appropriate federal regulations
    • Night Vision Goggle maintenance program
    • Ground Support Equipment maintenance
    • Survival equipment maintenance; etc.

    Qualifications

    • Must obtain a CBP BI Clearance
    • Must have at least 10 years’ experience in aviation maintenance, supporting military or government operations; Experience with AMO or DHS aviation desired
    • Must possess and maintain current Aircraft and Powerplant (A&P) certificate ( Inspector Authorization preferred)
    • Knowledge and experience required to provide specialized technical Subject Matter Expertise essential to CBP AMO’s National Maintenance Program
    • Must have the ability to work independently, with little direction, to prioritize competing projects while meeting all deadlines
    • Must have significant knowledge and experience with aviation maintenance and inventory management systems. Experience with CARMAC strongly preferred
    • Must have significant knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulation for the resale of government owned inventory
    • Must have the ability to travel as required, up to 50%, to CONUS sites, Puerto Rico and Canada

     

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