£43k - £50k
Monday to Friday, 8 hours per day
An Essex based MRO facility that services and supports components for a global network of aviation partners. The company pride themselves that they adopt the same core values as a family business, where professional development is encouraged with staff attrition rates being very low.
What will be the responsibilities of the Quality Manager?
To develop, implement and maintain Compliance Monitoring Program and Quality System over Part 145 and ISO 9001 standard.
To ensure national and foreign aviation regulations are observed and implemented.
Liaising with Civil Aviation Authority and surveyors.
Managing findings and non-compliance reports.
To oversee corrective action plans and follow-ups to ensure compliance.
To perform audits according to international and regulatory requirements at all stages of the process from scope, objectives, follow-up and closing.
To audit aircraft component technicians for the purpose of certification, auditing, validity of equipment and tools calibration.
To assess and monitor third party service providers, ensuring standards are maintained.
Site visits to overseas facilities to facilitate audits.
What skills and experience will the Quality Manager have?
Experience of working in quality management, quality auditing and compliance systems.
Commercial/General aviation experience preferable.
Previously held EASA Form 4 desirable but not essential.
Knowledge and understanding of CAA/EASA regulations including Part 145.
Auditing experience including planning, conducting and reporting.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Self-motivated, proactive and able to work independently.
MS Office proficiency.
Able to travel occasionally within UK and overseas.
Fluent in English, verbal and written.
What will the Quality Manager get in return?
£43k - £50k depending on experience.
28 days holiday.
Opportunity to earn extra holiday with good attendance and length of service.
Pension and DIS scheme.