Quality Engineer – Shannon, Co. Clare, Ireland

 

Job Title: Quality Engineer Reports to: Quality Manager
Location: Shannon, Co Clare, Ireland – available for and comfortable with international travel.

Position Overview

This role is responsible for ensuring the company is fully compliant with international standards and legislation. This involves developing policies & procedures, conducting audits, providing relevant training, liaising with external authorities and detailed reporting.

 

The Quality Engineer must foster close working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to engender a heightened awareness of Quality & Safety issues amongst employees, contractors and management.

                              

Responsibilities

  • To ensure compliance to international standard and legislation
  • Auditing against required international standards and regulations
  • Hosting regulatory (NAA), Accreditation bodies and customer audits
  • Writing/amending Company procedures and documentation
  • Root cause and trend analysis
  • Management of Company document library
  • Issuing company Authorisations
  • Conducting internal investigations to maintenance errors (MEDA)
  • Conducting Mandatory Occurrence Report investigations
  • Delivery of Quality and Safety related training
  • Assisting with the development and implementation of continuous improvement objectives and initiatives
  • Any other reasonable duties as required by the company Directors
  • Deputise for the Quality Manager as required

Competencies

  • Experience of Quality Management System in EASA Part 145 and Part M environments
  • Experience in Production organisation procedures, preferably EASA Part 21 G
  • Experience in Design organisation procedures, preferably EASA Part 21 J
  • Experience with QMS ISO EN 9100
  • Experience with Environmental Management ISO 14001
  • Experienced in the use of MS Office applications

Requirements

  • Knowledge and experience of EASA Regulations
  • Experience of auditing and quality in an EASA regulated environment
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills
  • Experience of report writing and investigations
  • Proven audit, evaluation and investigative skills

 

 

 

To apply for this position, please forward a CV to careers@iac.aero