The Quality Assurance Manager is responsible for managing overall quality assurance of the OA program.
• Coordinate and implement all revisions/changes to the RSM/QCM with the Accountable Manager, Aircraft Quality
Control Manager and FAA.
• Distribute revisions to the repair station manual.
• Coordinate FAA inspections as delineated in the repair station manual.
• Respond to any request for inspection of this repair station's certificate.
• Audit all maintenance vendors prior to allowing work and retain the results of the audits.
• Audit electronic record keeping, electronic signature and electronic manual systems.
• Establish and maintain the repair station employment and training records.
• Continuously review the repair station training program to ensure all repair station training needs are met.
• Perform spot and scheduled audits to ensure all policies and procedures contained in the repair station manual are strictly
• Submit reports of defects of non-airworthy parts or products in accordance with CFR 145.221.
• Be responsible for ensuring all company manuals and certifications of the repair station are current.
• In charge of the Hazard Communication Program and determines the appropriate actions to be taken when deficiencies
are discovered or reported.
• Maintain the repair station "Roster of Authorized Personnel and Management" for the repair station.
• Update and keep current all training files.
• Provides root cause analysis for the Corrective Action Program. Makes a report of discrepancies to the appropriate
department manager and receives report on actions taken to correct discrepancies.
• Reports unresolved issues to the Accountable Manager for disposition.
The Quality Assurance Manager shall hold a valid certificate issued by the FAA with both airframe and power plant ratings with an Inspection Authorization. The Aircraft Quality Control Manager shall have a minimum of ten (10) years extensive experience in the type aircraft and power plant maintenance and repair support required for the Designated Aircraft Inventory with a minimum of five (5) of the ten years' experience in a supervisory position in a quality control program at the level of making airworthiness decisions. The Aircraft Quality Control Manager must be formally trained and be familiar on the type Designated Aircraft for which he has responsibility. This position is a full time responsibility and must be located at the main on-site Alliance Facility.