The Quality Control Manager is responsible for the operation of the quality assurance and quality control functions of the repair station. This includes managing the quality monitoring processes and procedures in the repair station.
Ensuring there is sufficient number of personnel with the training or knowledge and experience to perform the maintenance, preventive maintenance, or alterations
Ensuring all maintenance is properly documented and accomplished with approved or acceptable data
Establishing and maintaining proficiency of inspection personnel
Taking corrective action on deficiencies
Monitoring, reviewing and coordinating compliance with ADs, FAR/s and manufacturers service bulletins as applicable
Coordinating with the CHDO for activities that require approval or acceptance of the FAA, such as changes to the operations specifications
Setting policies that ensure the proper documentation of all parts and materials used by the repair station
Establishing and maintaining processes to ensure the airworthiness of all customer articles approved for return to service
Facilitating FAA surveillance activities
Establishing the policies and procedures that govern the development, revision, and distribution of the RSQCM
Responsible for Quality Control and Training departments
Providing guidance and supervision to inspection personnel
Responsible for the determination of qualifications, hiring and promotion of new personnel, as well as determination of adequate staffing in the quality department
Supervises and controls all Inspection functions
Ensure that processes needed for the quality management system are established, implemented, maintained
Maintaining the roster of management, inspection and supervisory personnel, including authority to sign a maintenance release for approving an article for return to service in accordance with 14 CFR Part 145.161(a) (1) (2)(3)(4) and (b)
Ensuring all deficiencies found internally and externally are corrected through the Corrective Action Process
Must be appropriately certificated per 14 CFR Part 65.
Thoroughly familiar with the applicable regulations (as specified in 14CFR Part 145.155) and with the inspection methods, techniques, practices, aids, equipment, and tools used to determine the airworthiness of the article on which maintenance, preventive maintenance, or alterations are being performed
Thoroughly familiar with applicable regulations and quality standards, such as 14 CFRs, EASA, C.A.S.E., AS9110. AS9110 Aerospace Auditor certification or evidence of completion of a formal quality auditor or lead quality auditor training course. Possess a high degree of organizational skills and attention to detail.
Proficient in using the various types of inspection equipment and visual inspection aids appropriate for the article being inspected
Understand, read and write English