Safety & Quality Manager (Brize Norton) - Atlantic Aviation Group
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Safety & Quality Manager (Brize Norton)

Job Title: Safety & Quality Manager

Reports to: Head of Maintenance

Location: Atlantic Aviation Group, Brize Norton, England

Apply: Email your up-to-date CV together with any supporting qualifications to careers@atlanticaviation.ie

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Atlantic Aviation Group

With over 60 years of experience, Shannon based Atlantic Aviation Group (AAG) is one of Europe’s leading independent aviation solution providers. The company has a strong reputation of providing customers with a complete range of solutions including; aircraft maintenance & modifications, technical, engineering and design services, logistics and material solutions and international training. This reputation is built on a proud history and tradition of superior craftsmanship, technical expertise and continuous training, which is supported by our flexible, open and partnership-based customer relationships.

The company provides a range of aviation solutions including; Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance, MAA Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance (AAG Defence Services), CAMO & Technical Services, Part 21 Design Services and EASA Part 147 Training provides aviation training to airlines, MRO’s and companies around the world.

AAG have an exceptional opportunity for a highly-motivated career focused and ambitious Safety and Quality Manager seeking a role in a challenging, fast-paced and rewarding environment. Our aim as a team is to attract and develop key talent across all levels of our growing aviation business.

Duties and responsibilities are, but not limited to the following:

Job Purpose

The Safety & Quality Manager is a nominated postholder with responsibility for monitoring the quality and safety management systems, including the associated feedback systems.

The Safety & Quality Manager is a management appointment in the organisation in order to provide the necessary degree of authority when dealing with quality and safety matters and has direct access to the Accountable Manager to ensure that is kept properly informed on safety, quality and compliance matters.

Key responsibilities

  • Actively promote a positive and proactive safety culture to improve levels of compliance, which leads to reduction in safety related incidents
  • The Safety Manager is responsible for and is the focal point for the development, administration, and maintenance of an effective SMS on behalf on the Accountable
  • Provide oversight and continually monitoring of all Occurrence Reports and DASORs and using AAGDS databases to identify adverse trends and take appropriate action to correct adverse performance or concerns
  • Managing event investigations and evidence gathering to identify root causes and issue appropriate recommendations for correction
  • Establishing an independent Quality Management System to monitor compliance with MAA, ISO9001 and customer requirements.
  • Implementing a quality audit programme in which compliance with all maintenance procedures is reviewed at regular intervals, in relation to each type of aircraft and component maintained and specialised services carried out, including contracted and subcontracted organisations, and any observed non- compliances or poor standards are brought to the attention of the person concerned via their manager.
  • Issuing and revoking certification authorizations on behalf of the
  • Direct access to the Accountable Manager in the event of any reported discrepancy not being adequately attended to by the relevant person, or in respect of any disagreement over the nature of a discrepancy.
  • Reviewing monthly the Regulatory Articles for
  • Ensuring the MOE is signed and approved formally by the Accountable Manager prior to submission of changes
  • Managing the relationship with the appropriate authorities, customers, and company departments with regards to Safety and Quality matters, including:
    • 3rd party customer and regulatory authority audits as well as working with department managers to ensure compliance with company procedures
    • Conduct audits as necessary
  • Confirming in writing to the MAA at least every 3 years and prior to any formal Surveillance audit undertaken by the MAA, that the contents of our approval certificate and exposition remain If AAGDS Ltd. choose not to exercise the privileges of the approval within a 2 year period, it shall be surrendered unless a contractual requirement for its retention can be demonstrated.
  • With specific reference to the MRP Part 145 approval, the Quality Manager is responsible for:
    • Assessing sub-contractors for extension of the quality system and maintaining the expertise necessary to be able to do so, to the satisfaction of the MAA.
    • Assessing external specialist services required to be used by the company in the performance of maintenance.
    • Assessing suppliers of new and used components, and materials, for satisfactory product quality in relation to the needs of the organization.
    • Preparing standard practices and procedures for use within the organization, derived from approved sources, and keeping them up to date.
    • Fault analysis in respect of aircraft undergoing maintenance so that any adverse trends are identified and responded to promptly.

Health and Safety

  • Understand individual operational safety and security responsibilities including;
  • Be aware of personal health and safety and the health and safety of others at Including Management responsibilities as required by H&S Manual.
  • Be aware of aviation safety responsibilities with regards to the AAGDS Safety Including Management responsibilities as required by the Safety Management Manual
  • Be aware of aviation security responsibilities with regards to the AAGDS Security

Essential skills and qualifications

  • Relevant experience in quality and safety management systems in an Aviation Maintenance environment (ie EASA, CAA, or UK MAA)
  • Good understanding of EASA, UK MAA or CAA Part 145 regulations
  • Previous proven experience and qualifications as a Safety Investigator and Quality Auditor
  • Engineering degree/ HND Engineering or similar appropriate qualification
  • People management experience
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to persuade and influence and a senior level
  • Proactive approach to encouraging continuous improvement within an organisation
  • Enthusiastic and self-motivated
  • Able to work unusual hours when
  • Demonstrable experience of Microsoft software
  • Full driving licence

Desirable skills

  • Previous experience as nominated Postholder
  • Good understanding of ISO9001
  • MEDA trained
  • Sound knowledge of HSE requirements
  • Previous experience managing projects
  • Previous experience of working in a highly confidential working environment

Closing Date

If you feel your skills and experience meet the requirements of this position, we look forward to hearing from you!

Closing date for applications: 31st May 2022

Atlantic Aviation Group reserves the right to close the role prior to this date should a suitable applicant be found.

As a growing and ambitious organisation, we are always interested in speaking to individuals about their next career move. If this is not the right position for you but you would still like to find out more about working for Atlantic Aviation Group, please contact us at – careers@atlanticaviation.ie

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