1.Responsible for assisting the Quality Manager in all quality related functions to ensure aircraft maintenance, service, and repair activities for assigned site(s) conform and are in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements of the CAAC as well as prescribed in Title 14 of the Code of Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and/or other foreign CAA regulatory requirements.
2.Continuously maintain and improve quality, safety and record-keeping standards, practices, policies and procedures. Assist in the training and deployment of Standard Practices and monitoring of quality consistency throughout the organization. Support the Quality Manager in assigned duties and responsibilities.
3.Constantly review and update CAAC MMM / CAAC MOP / FAA RSQCM / EASA MOE and all related company policy and procedure documents to align with regulatory authority changes and updates.
4.Oversee records filing system for each aircraft, for example, aircraft flight log, airframe log book, engine log book, component records, delivery records, certificate of airworthiness, and airworthiness directives.
5.Assist the Quality Manager in conducting scheduled and unscheduled periodic audits of the company, suppliers, and aircraft records and logs to ensure compliance with regulatory bodies, company policies and customer standards.
6.Carry out internal audits including but not limited to the authorized inspectors, quality audit, quality supervision, quality investigation, maintenance record audit, materials/tool supervision as well as the supervision management of major tasks as required by the MMM/MOP identifying non-conformances and the required corrective actions
7.Initiate non-conformance, incident and findings reports ensuring that they are followed through to the implementation of appropriate corrective action, policy change, etc.
8.Advise the Quality Manager and all affected staff of amendments to policies and procedures for carrying out staff training where required
9.Ensure the receiving, distributing and management of all airworthiness documents
10.Maintain accurate records and action plan for Regulatory Authority approval renewals, OEM approval renewals, engineer license renewals, engineer training and recurrent training requirements.
11.Execute any other reasonable tasks which may be required by management
1.Bachelor degree or above in mechanical / electronic or aeronautic engineering background or associated aviation degree
2.You must have 2+ years’ experience in quality assurance within aerospace industry.
3.Experience in the auditing of CCAR 135 organization or 145 maintenance organization
4.Have strong working knowledge of applicable CCAR’s, including but not limited to, part 21, 25, 43, 65, 91, 121, 135, and 145, knowledge of the FAR’s are a plus.
5.Holder of CCAR 66 license
6.Interpersonal skills necessary to develop and maintain effective working relationships with our customers, regulatory agencies and representatives, suppliers, and all levels of management team and other departments.
7.Excellent English oral and written communication skills CET-6 or equivalent