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Manager of Quality Control
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The Manager of Quality Control is responsible for auditing and inspection. This position requires the individual to be a fully authorized inspector for the company and must hold a valid FAA Mechanic’s Certificate with Airframe and Powerplant ratings.
• Responsible to the SVP Ops (Accountable Executive) for all SMS issues including the following:
o Being an advocate for Safety Management Systems (SMS) by personal commitment and belief.
o Ensuring all his/her personnel understand applicable regulatory requirements, standards, and organization safety policies and procedures.
o Reporting SMS performance and deficiencies to the SVP Ops (Accountable Executive).
o Observing and controlling safety systems by monitoring and supervision of his/her personnel.
o Reviewing standards and the practices of personnel as they impact flight safety.
o Exceeding minimum CFR requirements.
o Ensuring that safety issues are identified and mitigated or prevented to the extent possible. In the event a safety issue is identified, utilizes the principles of SMS, risk assessment, and resolution process found in SAFE 4.2.5 to identify and correct deficiencies in a manner to prevent reoccurrence.
o Continually monitoring WGA policies and procedures to ensure that the highest degree of safety and compliance is maintained and safety risk controls are effective.
• Assumes the duties of the Vice President of Quality Control in his/her absence.
• Performs the duties and responsibilities of the positions reporting to him/her, as necessary, to support the daily Quality Control functions.
• Manages the Shelf Life program for compliance.
• Controls and monitors the Tool Calibration program to ensure all calibrated tools are current or removed from service.
• Monitors the operation of the SOS Program (Ship or Shelf) to ensure compliance as outlined in GMM Chapter 10.7.
• Implements all inspection functions as directed by the Vice President of Quality Control.
• Schedules work shifts for all associated sections of Quality Control.
• Supervises and schedules all auditors and inspectors in coordination with production department requirements.
• Reviews all deferred items and reports submitted to the Vice President of Quality Control.
• Reviews and creates the service difficulty reports within 96 hours of the event. Manager of Quality Control or designees are responsible for reviewing the service difficulty reports and submitting to the administrator.
• Reviews and updates the Form GMM-0903 Mechanical Interruption Report Summary within 72 hours of the event. Manager of Quality Control or designees are responsible for reviewing the mechanical interruption reports and creating a monthly summary to be submitted to the administrator.
• Compiles and submits monthly GMM-0901 Aircraft/Engine Utilization Report to the Vice President of Quality Control by the 10th day of the month.
• Performs monthly checks of training, auditing, library, and aircraft records files for completeness and accuracy.
• Coordinates with other departments within the company to accomplish required surveillance, audits & training.
• Maintains a current list of all contract maintenance agencies used by WGA, in coordination with maintenance planning and the component repair clerk.
• Conducts initial and recurring audits of contract maintenance agencies, as specified in the General Maintenance Manual and as directed by the Vice President of Quality Control/Chief Inspector.
• Conducts initial and recurring audits of all maintenance stations, including fueling and deicing services, in coordination with the Director of Maintenance.
• Maintains a current file on all WGA maintenance stations to include but not limited to annual facility inspection reports and correspondence. • Provides trend analysis and status reports as requested by the Vice President of Quality Control and/or company management personnel.
• Oversees the CAS System management.
• Responsible and accountable for supporting, promoting and upholding the company's three priorities of safety, security and quality. Education/Experience/Skills:
• Must possess a valid Airframe and Power Plant FAA Airman’s Certificate • 5+ years’ experience as an experienced auditor who is a fully authorized inspector.
• Prior management experience preferred.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. If you are looking for a fascinating, challenging and meaningful career in the airline industry, we encourage you to contact us. We take pride in finding and hiring the best people and providing them with opportunities to grow and excel