3 weeks ago

The intermediate level Visual/Dimensional Inspector will inspect aerospace and marine gas turbine engine components for airworthiness and conformance to original equipment manufacturer (OEM) standards during receiving, in-process, and final inspections. This position will verify and validate work performed by CRT and subcontractors to meet specifications in accordance with FAA and other world regulatory bodies.

The Inspector position will perform these important tasks from an all-new state-of-the-art building (completed in June of 2023) with ultra-modern technology and equipment throughout.

Through our extensive in-house training program, the successful applicant will be instructed via a series of computer based and hands-on training, the necessary skills of the position.
Component Repair Technologies (CRT) is a locally family-owned business, with operations in Mentor, OH since 1985. Our staff of approximately five hundred dedicated team-members, many of whom have been onboard for decades, are the key reason for the success of the company.

CRT specializes in the repair and overhaul of turbine engine components with our customers being the world’s largest airlines and jet engine manufacturers.  CRT is a global leader in the aerospace and marine turbine engine repair sector with authorizations from the Federal Aviation Administration and other world regulatory bodies.

Our commitment is focused on our valued employees, customers, and community.  Take the next career step and bring your openness to learning new skills to CRT and discover the advantages of working with a privately owned family business. 

Visit www.componentrepair.com for more information.

Through our extensive in-house training program, the successful applicant will be instructed via a series of computer based and hands-on training, the necessary skills of the position.
1.     Visually inspect components for wear, corrosion, fretting, gouges, bent or worn features, elongated holes, and any other damage of the turbine engine.
2.     Measure parts using various measuring devices, such as micrometers, calipers, surface gages, dial-indicator gages, and other inspection tools to measure sizes.
3.     Determine whether part features meet standards for serviceability, reparability, and overhauled condition.
4.     Interpret standards provided by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) manuals and instructions for continued airworthiness and industry standards.  Thoroughly document visual and dimensional inspection findings in reporting forms.
5.     Documentation Inspection – Check customer purchase orders and other customer documentation, check vendor documentation, and CRT documentation.
6.     Reporting – Clearly report all findings. Record location, size, acceptability parameters, and other information relevant to the evaluation, acceptance, and corrections.
7.     Work closely with the engineering team on new component procedures and repairs to ensure continuous improvement in the department.
1.     Two years of experience in aircraft maintenance, (or similar experience) in the civilian or military fields, or an applicable technical accreditation in a machine shop, manufacturing environment, mechanical engineering, or journeyman certificate.
2.     Exposure to visual inspection methods, techniques, practices, and aids that are appropriate for the article being inspected.
3.     Proficiency in the use of various gages to include calipers, borescopes, micrometers, optical or electronic comparators.
4.     General knowledge of turbine engine components, functions, repairs and shop processes.
1.     High school or technical school graduate or equivalent.
2.     Demonstrated ability to perform basic mathematical operations, including working with decimals, fractions, and basic shop math.
3.     Previous experience, familiarity, or exposure with measuring gages such as calipers and micrometers.
4.     The ability to interpret and follow written and verbal instructions accurately.
5.     Careful attention to detail.
6.     Motivated, enthusiastic, and willing to learn. 
7.     Ability to communicate effectively and work in a team environment.
8.     Basic knowledge of computers and standard software programs.
9.     Read, write, speak, and understand the English language.
1.  This position has pre-employment testing requirements that may require fitness for duty testing and a vision exam.
2. Follow general shop safety procedures including the occasional use of safety glasses, safety toe shoes, and hearing protection.
3.  Work in difficult positions from time to time. Stand and/or sit for portions of the shift.  Move parts (>50 pounds) using hoists, slings, carts, or other handling methods. Move less heavy parts (<50 pounds) with or without hoists, slings, or carts.
4.  Occasionally use powered and non-powered hand tools.
Our employees and families are the number one asset at CRT.  A progressive and innovative benefits package is in place, such as: 
1.     CRT currently offers two excellent health care options, one being a fully funded program (no premiums for employee and family) and the other being a traditional employee premium contribution.  Programs include health, vision, and dental coverages. Additional programs include short- and long-term disability and life insurance.
2.     The company offers a 401k program that will match up to 6% of your contributions and distributes annual cash bonuses based on the performance of the company.
3.     Continuing education is offered via multiple sources and opportunities with tuition reimbursement based on eligibility requirements.
4.     Traditional paid time off (PTO) is offered via vacation days and personal days.
5.     Multiple shift opportunities with hourly premiums for off-shifts are offered.
6.     To review other benefits, visit our website at www.componentrepair.com/join-us/ or Facebook page www.facebook.com/ComponentRepair  to see, “what we are up to.”

Component Repair Technologies, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/H/V.
CRT is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace and promoting the health and well-being of its employees. It is the Company’s policy to only hire individuals who do not use drugs. All candidates will be screened for drug use prior to hire. Employment opportunities at CRT are open to all qualified applicants solely on the basis of their job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. CRT complies with all applicable federal, state, and local laws with regard to equal employment opportunity.

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