Engineering Quality Manager
My client a regional airline based in Greece is interested to speak to an experienced Engineering Quality Manager.
To establish a Quality system for the CAMO organisation including audits and ensure that maintenance work is accomplished to the highest standards of workmanship and aircraft managed airworthiness, in accordance with company procedures and the requirements of the EASA 1321/2014.To ensure the establishment and effective implementation of procedures for the Engineering Quality Department and the procedures manual of the CAMO organisation and ensure that all company engineering procedures are derived from approved sources and up to date.
• Monitor the organisation’s engineering and maintenance compliance with Part-M and requesting remedial actions necessary by the organisation;
• Management of the Quality Control System within the Continuing Airworthiness department and that the quality inspection work is carried out in cooperation with the TD to facilitate the efficiency of the work;
• Plan and manage Supplier audits and evaluation;
• Conduct quality and safety incident investigations (in coordination with compliance and safety departments as required);
• Ensure maintenance quality integration with the airlines management system
• Monitor Part M activities to ensure performance in accordance with the EASA regulations, industry standards, Original Equipment Manufacturer
• Manage and develop the maintenance occurrence reporting system in coordination with the Safety Manager;
• Develop and manage the financial budget for the engineering quality department;
• Ensure the communication of engineering quality data and information to all personnel and
• Measure safety performance for the engineering quality department, through the development, recording and analysis of safety performance indicators (SPI’s) and targets (SPT’s) and for safety improvement;
• Record and analyse any deviations from Company standards and take necessary actions for any significant trend identified from safety performance measurement;
• Commitment to airlines Air Fatigue Management programme and principles as per OM Part-A 7.2.4;
- Conduct aircraft inspections and ACMI operators;
• Practical experience and expertise in the application of aviation safety standards
• Five years of relevant work aeronautical industry
• A relevant engineering degree or an aircraft maintenance technician
• Thorough knowledge of the company CAME, Operation Manuals and Safety &
• At least at a level equivalent to Part 66 Appendix III Level 1
• Knowledge of applicable regulations (Basic Regulation (EC) 216/2008, Commission Regulation (EC) 1321/2014 and Commission Regulation (EC) 748/2012
Salary €55,000 +benefits 38 hours a week
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