Assisting in the implementation of the audit programme for all Part 145 activities, to ensure that the organisation remains compliant with all aspects of the regulation and ensuring that such a programme is undertaken IAW the approved Audit Plan.
Situated at the Bournemouth site, be available to assist in the day to day activities of maintaining a Compliance system ensuring oversight of the approvals held IAW the requirements as defined in the organisation’s exposition and associated supplements.
Carrying out compliance audits as defined above to the standards as specified by the audit plan and to report such audits using the appropriate recording medium.
Assisting in the promotion of the organisations Safety & Risk Management / Occurrence System to ensure such remains effective.
Where delegated, to monitor sub contracted activities, by process of audit, ensuring that the subcontractor is capable and where necessary for that company to be approved by virtue of inclusion into the Compliance System.
Have demonstrable previous Compliance/Compliance Assurance experience, preferably in an aerospace organisation engaged in aircraft or component maintenance and repair / modification
Completed a recognised auditors course
Be conversant with EASA Part 145 regulations
Be able to demonstrate a working knowledge and understanding of the applicable regulation to a standard acceptable to the UK CAA
Have a working understanding of other regulatory standards such as EASA Part M and Part 21 to which the organisation holds approval for
Previous experience working within a Part 145 environment
Conversant with ISO9001 or a similar Compliance Standard
Have an understanding of ICAO Safety Management principles
Possess interpersonal and communications skills with the ability to compile written reports to a high standard
Be conversant with MS Word, Excel and Outlook
Capable of working independently on own initiative, or as part of a team
To be proactive with the ability to meet timescales
Possess the ability for attention to detail commensurate with the job role
Flexibility to adapt to the needs of the organisation
Be eligible to hold a UK security clearance
A full driving licence is required
A current valid passport is required
Hours: Full-time 40 hour week, Monday to Friday, with some flexibility for out of hours working
Benefits: Pension, Private Healthcare, Life Assurance, Travel Insurance, Group Health Scheme
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