Battlespace, Inc. Quality Management Representative in North Las Vegas, Nevada
TITLE: Quality Management Representative
REPORTS TO: Program Manager
WORK EXPERIENCE: Required: Fifteen (15) years’Aviation Maintenance experience with five (5) years’ in a leadership and management. American Society for Quality (ASQ) Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) required. Prefered: AS9110 or ISO 9001 experience and two (2) years implementing and inspecting an aircraft maintenance program in accordance with Air Force Instruction (AFI) 21-101 or military/commercial equivalent.
EDUCATION/TRAINING: Bachelor of Science degree in a technical field or equivalent experience. AS9110 and ISO 9001 training desired.
FLSA Status: Exempt.
REQUIREMENTS: Current Secret Security Clearance. US Citizen or proper immigration status. ASQ CQA certification required within one (1) year of employment and required to maintain certification. Occasional travel to support internal audits, to include travel to overseas locations.
Skills and Characteristics:
Unprecedented attention to detail. Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills that promotes and fosters a team culture. Possess excellent organizational skills, and communication skills both written and verbal. Strong analytical skills with demonstrated ability for problem solving and prioritizing multiple projects. Demonstrate an intellectual and professional leadership style that supports the attainment of respect and credibility of employees and the customer.
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Ability to perform in aircraft flight line, austere deployed locations, and general office environments. Must meet company fitness for deployment requirements.
The Quality Management Representative (QMR) develops, manages and implements all segments of the Quality Management System (QMS). Establishes and implements short and long-range quality goals and objectives. Monitors compliance with policies and procedures.
Corporate Level Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Plans, develops, schedules, and implements the company Internal Audit program.
Reviews and provides feedback for proposed corrective actions and ensures corrective action plans are accepted by the certification agency.
Coordinates and implements quality improvement initiatives.
Responsible to coordinate with QMS certification agency to ensure re-certification.
Produces QMS presentations, manages AS9110 initiatives and monitors quality compliance.
Manages configuration control of company documents, forms, and procedures.
Ability to manage a closed loop QMS monitoring system to ensure follow-up on corrective actions are transparent and effective.
Develops and implements a Quality Control Plan and ensures AS9110 QMS and contract compliance.
Manages and implements a companywide corrective and preventive action (CAPA) program to include investigation and root cause analysis, action plan implementation, verification of effectiveness, analyzing, and reporting data.
Conducts periodic interface with customer and regulatory agencies and provides support.
Ensures customers are notified when changes to the QMS occur (as applicable).
Develops and presents QMS management review briefings to company senior leadership and company owners.
Analyzes performance data for positive and negative trends, to include customer standards and metrics.
Manages, monitors, and reports corrective action plans and measures of effectiveness.
Reports quality results to senior management, recommends solutions and corrective actions.
Responsibility and authority for the effective implementation of the QMS.
Responsibilities, authority, and review activities within the entire QMS including functional areas, operating units, and program level QMS procedures, plans and implementation.
Program Level Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Develops and implements a Quality Control Plan within the framework of contract requirements and ensures QA responsibilities are accomplished to contract compliance.
Plans, develops, schedules and implements assessments/internal audits and inspections listed in the quarterly Maintenance Standardization and Evaluation Program (MSEP).
Reviews, verifies and publishes the In Process Inspection (IPI) listing, Key Task List (KTL) and Routine Inspection Listing (RIL) and provides copies of approved lists to all affected departments.
Develops acceptable quality levels (AQL) standards for all tasks including KTL and RIL.
Develops and maintains training plan for all QA personnel, including QA Augmenters, to ensure uniformity in application of inspection and evaluation techniques and philosophy.
Conducts periodic interface and communication with customer and regulatory agency representatives and provides support and access to QMS procedures and documents.
Develops and presents management review briefings to senior BFS leadership as required.
Provides periodic briefings on all Quality Assurance activity to program leadership.
Collects and analyzes performance data for positive and negatives trends, to include customer standards and metrics. Reports results to management along with recommendations for problems/solutions.
Manages, directs and controls organizational level QA activities including random inspections on aircraft and associated systems and equipment. Areas of concentration include but are not limited to; contract performance, deficiency reporting, technical publication improvements, requests for engineering assistance and reporting, engine run certification, aircraft and equipment impoundment, aircraft weight and balance, foreign object damage (FOD) and dropped object prevention (DOP).
Equal Employment and Opportunity Statement: Battlespace, Inc. iscommitted to the policy of providing equal employment opportunities for training, compensation, transfer, promotion, and other aspects of employment for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
Managers and supervisors are required to ensure policies regarding hiring, salary administration, promotion, and transfer are based solely on job requirements, job performance, and job related criteria. In addition, personnel policies and practices, including those relating to compensation, benefits, transfer, retention, termination, training, self-development opportunities, as well as social and recreational programs are administered without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or other basis prohibited by law.
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