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Quality Manager - AEROSPACE

Hamburg, Germany


Our client is looking for a hands-on Quality Manager that will report directly to the senior management team. The candidate must be highly collaborative and willing to work with other departments to effectively maintain the quality system according to EN9100. Our client handles design, production, certification and maintenance of all cabin interior products according to Part- 21J/G and Part- 145.


Day to Day:
• Build, implement and maintain a comprehensive, effective and cost-effective quality management system
• Monitor the quality management system according to EN 9100 and EASA Part-21G and EASA Part-145 with accountable manager reporting
• Decide on the introduction of technical innovations in the field Quality Assurance and Testing Techniques and Development and Implementation of Testing Concepts and Testing Procedures
• Training and Education of IAI Personnel and Promoting Awareness of Customer Requirements
• Arranging Quality-Related Promotions (Procedures, Quality Improvement Program, etc.)
• Establishment and maintenance of a quality information system for quality control and to inform the management about the quality status in the company
• Representing the company in quality matters to institutes, authorities, customers and suppliers as well as obtaining and maintaining the recognition of the quality management system e.g. by authorities
• Planning and execution of internal audits with report to the Accountable Manager and written approval by the Accountable Manager
• Assessment, supervision and approval of suppliers for the procurement of goods and services within the production and maintenance program
• Establishment of the required quality documentation
• Determination of required corrective actions and initiation of improvement actions
• Regular procurement, timeliness and assessment for use and distribution of publications of the responsible aviation authorities and design Organizations (EASA Part 21J)

Required Skills:
• University Degree or Fachhochschule or Ausbildung
• Several years of professional experience in aviation
• Professional experience in quality management in aviation
• Experience in project management would be desirable
• Knowledge of standards and handling of DIN EN 9100: 200X and EASA Part-21 and EASA Part -145 would be desirable
• experience in dealing with EASA and LBA and knowledge of their requirements
• very good German and English language skills


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