Head of Quality Management / Quality Manager (Part-145) - Ref Code 50003127

  • Your responsibilities

    • Establish an independent quality assurance system to monitor compliance of the EASA Part-21, G with EASA requirements
    • Implementation of an adequate quality assurance e.g. conformity inspections. Also define which kind of documents the supplier has to delivery together with the hardware which is checked by the incoming inspection
    • Introduce a quality assurance program for the whole value stream suitable for the industrialisation of the program
    • Implement a quality audit program which monitors compliance and the adequacy of procedures required to ensure safe operational practices and airworthy aircraft / components in context to EASA regulations, national legislation as well as company policies, standards, regulations and procedures
    • Preparing an audit plan for POA acceptable to the Authority and carrying out by himself or nominated auditors the necessary Audits
    • Organisation of audit reports, ensuring that any observed non-compliances or poor standards are brought to the attention of the person concerned, requesting remedial and corrective action as necessary within POA
    • Follow up and closure of any non-conformances identified by the Authority or Agency
    • Establishing regular meetings with the Accountable manager to appraise the effectiveness of the quality system. This will include details of any reported discrepancy not being adequately addressed by the relevant person or in respect of any disagreement concerning the nature of a discrepancy
    • Issuing the POE and to keep the content up to date
  • Your qualifications

    • Hold a technical college degree in engineering and commercials or equivalent
    • Proofed experience and education for the industrialisation of an aviation program
    • A technical apprenticeship e.g. as aircraft mechanic will be an advantage
    • At least five years of relevant professional experience in QM of aviation
    • Very familiar with EASA continuing airworthiness requirements of EASA Part-21, G
    • ISO 19011 education for auditing
    • Proved experience in collaboration with the civil aviation authority
    • Approved EASA Form 4 for POA
    • Good English language skills, both verbal and in writing and very good knowledge of German language as mother tongue will be an advantage
    • Experience with setup of process flows in a database
    • Basic knowledge of NDT procedures
    • Good team player skills, self-driven attitude and the ability to work to fixed Deadlines
    • Proved leadership for leading employees
    • Willingness to travel
    • We address an independent specialist with distinctive analytical skills, who wants to take an active role within a small team of engineers. The ideal candidate likes to have contacts with internal and external customers, is able to assume increased responsibility and has a sane portion of assertiveness.

      If you are willing to take part in creating the next generation of helicopters in a highly collaborative environment, then you are the right one for our team!

  • Our offer

    We are offering an interesting and unique job opportunity in an entrepreneurial environment with room to grow in every dimension. Our office is located in Näfels GL

  • Your next step

    If you are interested to know more about us please contact us at +41 44 552 61 22 or send your complete application documents in German or English in a single pdf file including following documents to msh.recruiting@msh.swiss:

    • Cover letter (including Photo and Nationality; only Swiss Nationals, EU Nationals or valid Swiss Working Permit)
    • Reference Code
    • CV
    • Diplomas
    • Employment references

    Please note that after thorough consideration of your application you will only be contacted if we require additional information or if you are selected to continue in the recruitment process.

  • Location

    Department of Quality located in CH-8752 Näfels.
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