Reliance Aerotech Services is seeking a Quality Assurance Manager for our customer in beautiful Colorado.
The Quality Assurance Manager is responsible to the Accountable Manager for the overall operation of the Quality Assurance Department, 145 Repair Station and, as such, has the final authority in the releasing return to service of airframes, engines, propellers, appliances and the component parts thereof. In addition, the inspector is responsible for directing, planning and laying out the details of inspection standards, methods and procedures used by the repair station in complying with all applicable Federal Aviation Regulations, manufacturer's specifications and recommendations.
Quality Manager Responsibilities:
- Assist, supervise and direct all personnel assigned to the Quality Assurance Department.
- Ascertain that all inspections are properly performed on all completed work and that the proper inspection records, reports and forms used by the repair station are properly executed prior to releasing the product for return to service.
- Maintain and keep current a file of pertinent Federal Aviation Regulations, specifications, type certification data sheets, and airworthiness directives.
- For identifying, controlling, segregating, and maintaining all stock and tools to a serviceable or unserviceable category.
- Determine that all technical data on all articles overhauled or repaired by the repair station are secured and kept current with latest revisions by the respective department inspectors. This data includes repair station's process specification for limited rating specialized services, manufacturer's overhaul manuals, service bulletins, part specifications; related Federal Aviation Administration approved data and other technical data used by the repair station. In addition, assure that all military technical orders used in the overhaul and repair of components have been evaluated and approved by the FAA.
- Assure that periodic checks are made on all inspection tools and the calibration of precision test equipment used by the repair station and mechanics that have their own precision equipment. Further assure that a current record of those inspections and tests are maintained.