A growing FAA-145 Rotor-Blade Repair Station in Kissimmee, FL is seeking a Quality Manager. This individual will be responsible for overseeing the daily quality operations of the MRO.
This company is part of a family of companies that has over 200 employees and offers a close knit family environment while having all of the advantages of a larger corporation. If you are a strong leader that communicates effectively and excels with mentoring and coaching employees in a repair station environment you will thrive in this role!
To ensure the quality standard of all work performed in the Repair Station is maintained at the highest possible level and in compliance with all applicable Regulations and Manufacturers’ specification and recommendations.
- Final Inspection and Return to Service
- Conduct in process inspections, evaluation of in process work packages and troubleshooting problems.
- Maintain all Regulatory documentation and enforce the use of proper documentation throughout the Repair Station, including development and maintenance of the RSQM, forms and training manual.
- Ensure all personnel affected by regulatory notices are aware of changes and/or news.
- Maintain all technicians training including certification and/or re-certification of personnel and initial training.
- Completion of Civil Aviation Authority Audits including FAA and EASA
- Performing customer quality audits, auditing of internal processes, as well as the qualifying of outside contractors to assure quality standards are met throughout all operations associated with the end products of the repair station.
- Management of the corrective action process when and wherever necessary to maintain compliance.
- Oversight and management of the OSHA and ITAR programs
- Establishment of AS9110 quality system
- FAA Repairman’s or A&P certification
- At least 10 years of component repair and overhaul experience. Experience of rotorcraft or rotor-blade maintenance would be an advantage.
- Minimum 3-5 years of quality inspector or similar experience within an aerospace repair station or manufacturing environment.
- Must have a strong understanding of applicable Federal Aviation Regulations, inspection methods and equipment used to determine airworthiness including reviewing and interpreting both FAA and Military maintenance manuals
- Experience of dealing with government contracts a benefit
- Strong IT skills a must
- Must meet ITAR oversight citizenship requirements