SVQ Quality Manager
Ryanair is Europe’s favorite low fares airline, operating more than 1,600 daily flights (over 500,000 per year) from 68 bases, across 1,600 low fare routes, connecting 186 destinations in 30 countries and operating a fleet of 300 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
With a recent announcement for 180 new aircraft Ryanair is expanding its engineering facilities throughout its extensive European network.
To provide engineering support, Ryanair Technics operated by JC Aircraft Maintenance, is inviting applications for Quality Manager to join their team in Seville.
Reporting to the Accountable Manager, the Quality Manager is responsible for:
- Establishing a safety and independent quality system to monitor compliance and ensure that work is accomplished to the highest standards of airworthiness and workmanship, to achieve good maintenance practices and compliance with PART-145 and CAA requirements.
- For performing a periodic review of the safety and quality system, by implementing a quality audit programme in which compliance with all maintenance procedures is reviewed at regular intervals in relation to each type of aircraft or component maintained, (with external assistance as required).
- For bringing to the attention of the person concerned, any finding of non-compliance or poor standards observed, with a time scale for remedial action, and for ensuring follow up and closure of any non-conformance.
- Reporting directly to the Accountable Manager (if necessary in a particular case) an unsatisfactory response to a reported discrepancy.
- The review of all Company Procedures when submitted for issue or amendment.
- The management of certification privileges within the organisation, the issue of Inspection Stamps and staff authorisations, including examination / testing as necessary. The maintenance and retention of records of all certifying personnel with copies of CAA and any other licences held.
- Keeping a record of all training and experience of maintenance related personnel reporting with recommendations to the Base Maintenance Manager as to staff requirements, licensed engineers, mechanics, skilled and unskilled etc.
- Liaison with the CAA, operators and manufacturers in respect of submission and progressing of reportable occurrences.
- Co-ordinating action on airworthiness occurrences and for initiating any necessary further investigation and follow-up activity (145.A.60, AMC M.A.202.a).Establishing feedback from maintenance incidents/issues and feeding these back into the continuation training programme.
- Liaison with CAA on matters affecting approval. Assessment and monitoring of subcontractors, external specialist services and suppliers of new and used components and materials for satisfactory product quality and service reliability, to a standard acceptable to the organisation, CAA.
- Responsible for assessing subcontractors working under the quality system and maintaining the expertise necessary to be able to do so, to the satisfaction of the CAA. Audit of engineering document control systems.
- Review and amendment of the MOE. Ensuring all personnel are aware of the exposition contents and amendments and have open access to the current MOE and Procedures.
- Responsible for submission of the MOE and any associated amendments, to the CAA for approval (which includes completion of and submission of EASA Form(s) 2, EASA Form(s) 4 or equivalent);
- Responsible for preparing standard practices and procedures (MOE, including the associated procedure(s) for use within the organisation and ensuring their adequacy regarding Part 145 and any amendments to the Regulation;
- Define the human factors principles to be implemented within the organisation.
+3 year’ Quality experience in Aviation (Part 145)
Aeronautical Engineering Degree
C1 - Advanced English level
- Location: Seville
- Employment type: Full-time
- Remuneration: In accordance with experience