Air Medical Group Holdings

  • Quality Assurance Inspector - McClellan, CA

    Job Locations US-CA-McClellan
    Posted Date 3 months ago(7/31/2018 3:00 AM)
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  • Overview

    The Quality Assurance Inspector is responsible to the Quality Assurance Manager for the performance of assigned duties and projects required to ensure compliance with the REACH quality assurance program and Federal Aviation Regulations.


    • Performs base audits to ensure quality of maintenance, adherence to company policies and procedures, regulatory requirements and safety.
    • Conducts audit debriefings with AMT’s. Prepares accurate and timely reports of all audit findings for maintenance management.
    • Performs vendor audits to verify DOT Drug Program compliance and proper certification for services provided to the Company.
    • Performs periodic aircraft audits to ensure continuing conformity. This will include, but is not limited to, inspection of the aircraft, the aircraft records and status reports for accuracy and proper tracking of historical records.
    • Performs periodic airworthiness directive searches, updates and maintains the software tracking program.
    • Provides oversight of the Company tool calibration program. Assures all inspection tools and precision test equipment used on company aircraft are calibrated and tracking software is current.
    • Determines the effectiveness of internal company policies, procedures and regulatory compliance.
    • Reports quality and safety deficiency problems or trends to the Quality Assurance Manager and the Director of Maintenance.
    • Assists in the development and implementation of new policies and procedures to minimize quality and safety related deficiencies.
    • Serves as an on call subject matter expert for maintenance related issues where specific guidance may be offered for the purpose of returning aircraft to an airworthy condition.
    • Travel will be required.
    • Other duties may be assigned by the Quality Assurance Manager.


    • FAA Airframe Powerplant Certificate
    • FAA IA preferred
    • Certificate of completion of OEM field maintenance courses, for company maintained aircraft and engines (able to be obtained at a later date).
    • Minimum 5 years turbine powered airplane/helicopter experience required.
    • Minimum 2 years with FAR Part 135 operation. Quality Assurance preferred.
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, web based inventory/maintenance tracking systems, internet, e-mail.


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