• Quality Inspector

    Job Locations US-CA-North Hills
    ID
    2018-1631
  • Overview

    This company was founded in 1986 and extend from custom engineered products to manufacturing and repair for private aircrafts. Located in North Hills, CA, they take pride in their long tenured employees (120 employees with an average of 10 years). They also emphasize an entrepreneurial culture, as they believe that each employee adds value and can make a significant impact within the company.

     

    This is a chance to take control and own responsibility for parts' quality which includes receiving, in-process and final inspections.

     

    Benefits include (but are not limited to):  PTO, standard holidays, medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401k with some matching, a potential bonus structure (based on company/individual success), and annual company parties such as BBQs, chartered fishing trips and the like.

    Responsibilities

    What you'll get to do:

     

    • Provide repair data to technicians, then follow up by inspecting the repairs and completing travelers.
    • Complete first article, in-process, final and NDT inspections
    • Clean room operations and inspections
    • Teardown reports for repairs 
    • Conduct Repair Station Audits
    • …Among other challenging and career developing activities.

    Qualifications

    What are we looking for?

     

    • Minimum 5 years experience in the aerospace industry as a quality inspector as well as a high school education.
    • Experience with FAA Repair Stations is a plus as are a two or four year degree

     

    AMC is an an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

     

    *MON*ELL    PM18

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