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Quality Engineer

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: : 92881
  • Location: England, Oxfordshire, Oxford
  • Sector: Quality Assurance / Product Assurance, Aerospace
  • Salary: Negotiable depending on experience
  • Date posted: 18/08/2016
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Position: Quality Engineer
Location: Oxfordshire
Salary: Negotiable dependent on experience

My client is looking for an experienced Quality Engineer to join their ever growing business. You will be tasked with assisting the Head of Compliance to ensure that standards are maintained throughout the company.

The successful candidate would also conduct audits when needed and be expected to maintain a strong working relationship with the UK CAA ensuring compliance with EASA, FAA and any other appropriate standards held by GAEL.

Responsibilities for the position of Quality Engineer

*Assist in the implementation of the audit programme for all GAEL Part 145
*Be available to assist in the day to day activities of maintaining a Quality system ensuring oversight of the approvals held IAW the requirements as defined in the organisation's exposition and associated supplements
*Carrying out compliance audits as defined to the standards as specified by the Head of Compliance and to report such audits using the appropriate recording medium, Q-Pulse
*Work in conjunction with the Head of Compliance to promote the use of organisation`s regulatory documents
*Work with the Head of Compliance to promote and ensure the organisations Safety Management System remains effective
*When instructed be comfortable monitoring the sub contracted activities, by process of audit, ensuring that the subcontractor is capable and where necessary for that company to be approved by virtue of inclusion in the GAEL Quality System
*Travel to other sites when necessary

Person specific requirements for the position of Quality Engineer

*Compliance/ Quality Assurance experience, ideally coming from an aerospace organisation engaged in aircraft, component maintenance and repair or modification
*Have completed a recognised auditors course
*Be fully conversant with EASA Part 145, the regulatory structure and FAR 145
*Conversant with ISO9001 - or a similar Quality Standard
*Has an understanding of ICAO SMS principles
*Is able to demonstrate a working knowledge and understanding of the Part 145 regulation to a standard acceptable to the UK CAA
*(Although not essential), has a basic understanding of other regulatory standards such as EASA Part M and Part 21G to which the organisation holds approval for

If you are interested in finding out some more information about the Quality Engineer vacancy based in Oxfordshire please do submit a copy of your CV.

Spencer Ogden is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.