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Inspector Incoming Goods & Repairs

Join Fokker Services as an Inspector of Incoming Goods & Repairs, ensuring the quality and airworthiness of received and shipped aircraft components.
  • 1 year contract
  • 40 hours a week
  • 1 MBO+
  • 40 Vacation/ADV days per year
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How you keep the engine running with us

As Inspector Incoming Goods & Repairs you will ensure that products that are received and/or shipped by Fokker Services are inspected according to the Fokker Services and 3PL procedures and work instructions. In addition you will receive and inspect unserviceable aircraft parts that are send in by our Customers for repair and overhaul.

The role is performed in a day shift pattern Monday to Friday. For a limited number of positions we also have vacancies for a day/evening shift pattern.

Elements of this role are performed under the authority of the quality department allowing you to assess if components and parts meet the airworthiness requirements. After successfully completing quality courses and on the job training you will be authorized to certify parts that are shipped to our customer within the limitations of your license.

The Team

The Inspector Incoming Goods & Repairs operates within the Supply Chain Logistics Department. You will manage together with your colleagues, all inbound and outbound inspection activities. Where operationally required you work on projects and/or support other receiving, warehouse and/or shipping activities.  You work as a team and in a team, you are pro-active, flexible and are able to work with different ERP and automated systems.

  • Accountable for the inspection of aircraft components and materials;
  • Responsible for the cleanliness of the workstation and surroundings 5S;
  • Active participation in team meetings and continuous improvement sessions;
  • Create required reports for investigation or rejected parts(Non-Conformity, Claims, etc);
  • Processing the data and paperwork in the designated ERP systems;
  • Identify, (re-)pack and label all inspected goods i.a.w. the required procedures;
  • Handle Dangerous Goods in accordance with the IATA regulations and procedures.

How you are valuable to us

  • MBO or similar level degree;
  • Preferably a minimum of 2 years relevant work experience in an Aerospace environment;
  • Fluent in Dutch & Proficient in English in word and speech (Level B1)
  • Knowledge of aviation regulation is desirable;
  • Requirement to pass internal training programs;
  • Flexible and agile attitude
  • Stress resistant
  • Accurate and result oriented
  • Team player

Employee Quote

As one of the major independent players in the aerospace industry, we handle a diverse range of aircraft types. From commercial airliners to specialized military vehicles, each kind of vehicle finds its way to us, making our work both varied and challenging

Danny Vos

Danny Vos
Aircraft Mechanic

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We consider diversity and inclusion incredibly important; we believe that everyone deserves a fair chance. As the saying goes, diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being asked to dance as well. This is what Fokker Services Group stands for

Didier Soesman

Didier Soesman
Talent Aquisition Consultant

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Where you will be working

A company with over a hundred years of experience, innovation, knowledge and expertise coursing through our veins. Our cross-departmental approach and tailor-made solutions are making their mark on the future of aerospace innovation. With our welcoming and friendly culture, we are more than just colleagues. We are a team of friends committed to both fun and development in the workplace. This enthusiasm and ongoing performance development ensures that our employees commit to Fokker Services Group for the long-term. 

We are pioneers and we are dauntless. It's no coincidence that we're a global player in the field of aircraft maintenance and advancement. Together with our keen and initiative-taking colleagues, we work on the most innovative and advanced solutions aiming at creating a more sustainable and optimal aerospace sector. We continue to push the boundaries of possibility. And that's how we make sure we keep aircraft where they belong: in the air! 

The Team

Working at Fokker Services Group gives you the opportunity to work in a dynamic and entrepreneurial environment, with innovative thinking and cooperation with a no-nonsense culture as the core. You will be guided by professional and resolute colleagues, which will give you the knowledge and experience to further boost your career.

We also offer you:

  • A competitive salary matching your knowledge and experience
  • Flexible hours
  • When working fulltime (40 hours), you have 27-29 holiday days and 13 ADV leave days per year
  • A challenging international working environment
  • An insider’s look into the innovative world of aviation
  • A lot of room for professional and personal growth
  • Fun colleagues (trust us, we are not biased)

Ready for take-off?

How we fly through your application 


  1. The telephone interview

Our recruiter will get in touch with you. Immediately providing the opportunity to make each other's acquaintance. 


  1. Initial on-site interview with your prospective manager and a team member

Now's the time to really get to know each other. We look forward to meeting you at our office where we can engage in an in-depth conversation with you.  


  1. Second on-site interview with your prospective manager

Time to get down to the business in hand. You and your prospective manager will delve deeper into the salient points relating to your possible new job and discuss any future ambitions.  


  1. Screening 

ITAR screening is applicable for some positions. Should this be the case, you will be informed in due course.  


  1. Job offer 

Yes please! If both parties are equally enthusiastic, an appropriate job offer will be forthcoming in fitting with the position and your level of skills.  

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