Holt Executive are supporting a leader in the global aerospace industry. Our client provides MRO services and is the principal aircraft repair and overhaul service in Europe.
The Quality Manager – Aviation will play a key role in ensuring compliance with regulatory standards, company procedures, safety policies and that planned, and ad-hoc maintenance activities meet both regulatory standards and company procedures.
Key Responsibilities for the Quality Manager – Aviation:
- Ensure compliance with MRP Part 145 & remain aware of any regulation changes.
- Establish a programme of training & continuation training using internal and/or external sources.
- Interfacing with & maintaining relationships with regulatory authorities on quality assurance & regulatory approval issues that relate to airworthiness requirements.
- Ensure the organisation operates within the Air Safety Management System developed by the relevant Duty Holder and applicable single-service quality policy.
- Production and implementation of the Part 145 audit programme.
- Ensure Safety and Compliance Audits as prescribed by the Audit Plan are completed.
- Conduct unplanned Quality audits as and when requested by the Accountable Manager or Nominated Post Holders.
- Report any findings or concerns to the Accountable Manager or Nominated Post Holders.
- Ensure the adequate and proper closure of audit findings concerning root cause analysis, and corrective and preventative actions within the timescales as identified.
- Management of the Part 145 certifying staff authorisation system.
- Management of the Documentation Control system
- Ensure that the Part 145 Department follows Customer Quality Requirements.
- Management and oversight of the SMS Programme within Military Operations.
If you are interested in applying for this Quality Manager – Aviation position, you should have the following Key Skills and Knowledge:
- Detailed knowledge of MRP Part 145 and its practical application.
- Experienced and competent Investigator.
- Received formal aviation technical training.
- Current in Human Factors (HF), Fuel Tank Safety (FTS) and Electrical Wiring Interconnection
- Systems (EWIS) training.
- Previous auditor experience in an aviation environment.
- Eligible to qualify for and hold UK airside security passes, as per DFT regulations.
- Full, clean UK Driving License.
- Previous experience within an aircraft maintenance environment.
- Understanding of the staff certification authorisation process.