Candidate will implement quality control standards, processes, and controls. Develop methods for inspection and training. Assist during FAA audits, customer audits and conduct internal audits. Evaluates operations capabilities and recommends improvements. Assist in developing quality control policies and procedures. Ensures the quality control system meets regulatory, customer, company requirements.
SMS management and complianceWork with Managers to ensure proper allocation of inspection workforce in the 145 Repair Station.Validate Quality Documentation of employees.Attend weekly meetings to keep Operations current on QA/QC issues and to provide support as needed.Develops sampling plans using quality standards, and process control instructions for use by the repair station to monitor and reduce variations.Leads team/s that include customer and/or supplier representatives to identify and permanently resolve problems.Assessing Line Maintenance Operations to the 145 CFRs and Part 121.Participate in external quality control audits at other line stations as required.Assist in audit NCR/CAR responses resulting from internal or external audits.Track and maintain the data base of all audits.Validate conformance to all aspects of Operations to regulatory standards and the Quality Systems.Assist in developing training programs on topics such as inspection, receiving and proper documentation.Review and approve vendor/supplier surveys.Work with the training manager in maintaining a quality training program.
As Necessary, performs other related duties of which the above are representative. General computer and office skills including knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word are a must.