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Part 145 Compliance Monitoring Manager

Ref no. BHN572869
Location Alton, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Permanent
Job status Open

Job summary

Our client (a Maintenance and Repair Organisation for Boeing and Airbus narrow-bodied aircraft) are currently hiring a Part 145 Compliance Monitoring Manager on a permanent basis in Hampshire.

Key skills required for this role

Compliance, Manager, Part 145, aircraft and maintenance


Compliance, Manager, Part 145, aircraft and maintenance

Job description

About the Role:

Reporting directly to the Accountable Manager and working as part of the Compliance Team, the Compliance Monitoring Manager will be responsible for continuously reviewing and ensuring compliance in line with regulatory requirements and procedures across all company approvals and approved/new provider locations.

Key responsibilities include, but not limited to:

  • Line management of Compliance Department personnel.
  • Development of the Compliance Monitoring Programme and system, including its implementation.
  • Scoping, preparing, conducting and completing audits or inspections to ensure regulatory compliance, both internally and externally.
  • Assisting with the hosting of Authority and Customer audits.
  • Maintaining competence and knowledge in relation to the applicable regulatory requirements.

This is a Form 4 Nominated Postholder position under EASA and CAA Regulations.

About you:

  • You'll already be working within an aviation maintenance environment, or have done previously in the recent past, with knowledge of the relevant aircraft types we maintain (B737, B757 and/or A320).
  • You'll have comprehensive knowledge of Part 145 requirements and procedures, including but not limited to, the MOE and Safety Policy.
  • As a minimum, you will have a sound knowledge of compliance and auditing using a compliance management system, having undertaken appropriate auditing techniques and root cause analysis methodologies training.

You will also have at least one of the following:

  • Relevant engineering or technical degree
  • Aircraft technician or maintenance engineer qualification
  • 7 years relevant experience, of which at least two years should be from the
    aeronautical industry in an appropriate position
  • In addition you will have completed and have good knowledge of Fuel Tank Safety, Human Factors, EWIS and other relevant Part 145 training.
  • Lastly, you will also have the ability and confidence to communicate at all levels and work effectively with all stakeholders. You will be an excellent organiser, with the ability to work on your own initiative and plan your diary effectively.

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