Reporting to Manager, Stores and Inventory Control, the Receiving Inspector will carry out the receiving of all rotables, tools and consumables. The Receiving Inspector will also be responsible for auditing any after-hours receiving carried out by Aircraft Material Handlers, to ensure all items are received in accordance with the procedures identified in the Maintenance Control Manual.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Ensure accurate time to the component is recorded as required for incoming parts and set/reset constraints as applicable in the maintenance tracking system
- Ensure all part requirements as outlined in the certification documents are created, and/or properly tracked within the maintenance tracking system
- Ensure control is recorded on all “shelf life” items to permit timely removal of the item from inventory so it may not be issued for use on an aircraft after it has expired
- Conduct audits of after-hours receiving performed by Aircraft Material Handlers to ensure all items are received in accordance with the procedures identified in the Maintenance Control Manual and any discrepancies are corrected in a timely manner
- Ensure the placement in quarantine of all suspect material, components or parts which are found to be suspect of being defective or otherwise damaged and can not be of use on an aircraft
- Maintain a quarantine area to place items to prevent the use of uncertified material, parts or components from being installed or used on Company aircraft
- Ensure all snagged, quarantined and RMA receivings are followed up with in a timely manner and actioned according to priority
- Coordinate with Purchasing, Repair and Overhaul, and Vendors regarding the company certification of all incoming items
- Liaise with the Technical Records team to solve discrepancies regarding on-wing and off wing parts
- Ensure all incoming AOG parts are processed with the highest priority and that Maintenance is notified of their arrival
- Liaise with Tech Records to solve discrepancies regarding on-wing and off wing parts
- Ensure all RMA’s are processed by priority
- Actively participating in Porter’s Safety Management System (SMS) including, reporting hazards and incidents encountered in daily operations; understand, comply and promote the Company Safety Policy
- Perform other duties as assigned
- Concern for Safety: Identifying hazardous or potentially hazardous situations and taking appropriate action to maintain a safe environment for self and others.
- Teamwork: Working collaboratively with others to achieve organizational goals.
- Passenger/Customer Service: Providing service excellence to internal and/or external customers (passengers).
- Initiative: Dealing with situations and issues proactively and persistently, seizing opportunities that arise.
- Results Focus: Focusing efforts on achieving high quality results consistent with the organization’s standards.
- Fostering Communication: Listening and communicating openly, honestly, and respectfully with different audiences, promoting dialogue and building consensus.
- 2 years experience in an aircraft stores/parts environment. (Preferred)
- 2 years working with Maintenance Tracking Systems, AMOS & RAAS an asset (Preferred)
- Strong awareness of Canadian Aviation Regulations
- Intermediate skill level with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and Outlook)
- Dangerous Goods and WHMIS an asset
- Ability to lift up to 50 pounds repetitively as well as, climb, bend and kneel
Toronto (Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport - YTZ)Company Description
Since 2006, Porter Airlines has been elevating the experience of economy air travel for every passenger, providing genuine hospitality with style, care and charm. Porter’s fleet of Embraer E195-E2 and De Havilland Dash 8-400 aircraft serves a North American network from Eastern Canada. Headquartered in Toronto, Porter is an Official 4 Star Airline® in the World Airline Star Rating®. Visit www.flyporter.com or follow @porterairlines on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.