Triumph Group

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Quality Engineer / Auditor (Aftermarket MRO Part 145)

Quality Engineer / Auditor (Aftermarket MRO Part 145)

Requisition Number 
13541
Location 
UK-Staverton
# of Positions Remaining 
1
Position Type 
Full time
Experience (Years) 
3
Posted Date 
7/25/2017
Category 
Quality Assurance - All
Security Clearance Required? 
Yes
Shift 
1
Relocation 
No

More information about this job

Overview

Reporting functionally to the Quality Director and operationally to the Customer Service Director, a Quality Engineer (QE) is required to coordinate a number of quality disciplines, predominantly within Triumph’s Part 145 MRO organisation.

 

The Quality Engineer, based in Gloucester, shall have a sound understanding of working to regulatory and Aerospace regulations/standards e.g. AS 9100, EASA Part 145, FAR 145 and / or EASA Part 21G. The QE shall also possess a good technical understanding of design and manufacturing processes and will be responsible for promoting Process Improvement, managing processes, product investigations and the oversight and auditing of repair methods and procedures.

Responsibilities

  • Manage the business understanding of, and compliance with, aftermarket regulatory requirements
  • Schedule and lead regulatory, Customer and internal audits
  • Manage MOE and Capability List expansion
  • Lead Quality aspects of aftermarket New Product Introduction, including development & execution of work plans aligned with business targets
  • Identify and implement CS department training
  • Maintain CS training records
  • Responsible for CS procedure development, including Local Work Instructions
  • Proactive participation in Triumph’s continuous improvement program
  • Lead quality investigations for customer units returned from production lines and in service, including effective RCCA analysis and engineering / operational feedback to identify trends and eradicate systemic issues

Qualifications

- As the QE will be Triumph’s primary aftermarket Quality focal, demonstrated aftermarket regulatory and management experience are highly desired requirements
- Accredited auditor
- Full driving licence
- Team player with the ability to interact closely with multi-disciplined teams
- HNC or HND qualification desired, or relevant experience ideally in an engineering or manufacturing discipline
- Must have excellent written and oral skills, be able to work independently and be task / achievement focussed.
 
- 37 hour week (Flexibility may be required)
- Occasional travel to other Triumph and Customer locations worldwide may be required
Successful applicants receive conditional offers to be subject to satisfactory references, Disclosure Scotland and Baseline Personnel Security Standard (BPSS) clearance, a right to work in the UK and willingness to complete a pre-employment medical questionnaire.