QA Auditor

Strom Aviation
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  • Responsible to conduct quality audits and surveillance on the work performed during routine and non-routine maintenance events to include; work order content, aircraft maintenance records, yellow tags, 8130-3#8217;s, 337#8217;s, STC#8217;s,
  • maintenance deferrals, weight & balance changes, AD#8217;s, and SB#8217;s, etc. to the extent necessary to ensure the aircraft is airworthy and in compliance with the regulations set forth by the FAA and company manuals
  • Ensure that RII requirements are met
  • Responsible to conduct quality audits and surveillance of the computerized maintenance tracking program to ensure data entry updates have been performed accurately
  • Ensure all FO-501#8217;s, yellow tags, 8130-3#8217;s, and other aircraft records are entered into the electronic log books (Filenet)
  • Review all special flight permits for accuracy and completeness
  • Perform internal audits to ensure that company programs, systems, processes and procedures are effective
  • Perform external audits to ensure our approved vendor maintenance network complies with company standards and applicable regulations
  • Update computerized maintenance tracking program profile for newly inducted aircraft
  • Perform CFR 135 conformity inspections and ensure aircraft meets the required standards for placement onto our air carrier certificate
  • Perform quality audits on aircraft templates to ensure tasks are tracking in accordance with inspection programs and aircraft maintenance manual requirements
  • Ensure that any aircraft that no longer meets RVSM standards is properly tracked and reported to Operations until it again meets RVSM standards
  • Ensure that all weight and balance amendments and aircraft weighing are performed accurately, recorded on appropriate company forms and routed to both the aircraft and aircraft records for permanent filing
  • Perform other related duties as assigned
  • JobReq: 
    • 5+ years directly related aviation experience (corporate aircraft experience preferred)
    • At least 5+ years of conducting aircraft inspections
    • FAA Airframe and Powerplant license (A&P) required
    • Must have a general working knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR#8217;s)
    First posted: 
    8/30/2017 12:20:49 PM

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