Job description / Role
The Quality Assurance Engineer will maintain the quality assurance system by performing internal auditing with accordance to the regulatory requirements of GCAA/IOSA. In addition, external auditing must be performed to subcontractors and outstations to verify corrective action and ensure effective liaison with the safety and quality regulations. He/she must ensure that the existing policies in the QA department are applicable to the organization as a whole; this will be done through constant monitoring of the department’s actions, the solutions taken while approaching an issue and continuous training to its personnel. The engineer will also assist in aircraft delivery and the redelivery process as well as C of A/ ARC renewals.
The selected candidate must raise quality assurance awareness through various means such as Quality Bulletins and PowerPoint presentations. Moreover, he/she should identify the root causes of incidents and take immediate actions through investigating thoroughly. To denote furthermore, there should be daily reviews of reports to maintain and control the reliability of the records.
The jobholder needs a strong sense of integrity to avoid wrongful convictions especially while investigating incidents that occur. He/she must also be a good communicator and exercise sound judgment during emergencies.
• Must have an Aircraft Engineering university degree or Higher National Diploma from a well-reputed college
• Minimum of 5 year experience in the aviation industry in a similar role.
• Previous Airworthiness Regulatory Authority approval will be an added advantage
• Strong knowledge of the legal requirements of GCAA/EASA/FAA, being part of a professional quality association would be an advantage
• Attention to detail and willingness to learn continuously
• Effective observational skills
About the Company
Air Arabia (PJSC), listed on the Dubai Financial Market, is the Middle East and North Africa's first and leading low-cost carrier flying to over 100 destinations across the world. Air Arabia was the first airline to introduce the low-cost carrier concept in the region and is on a mission to serve all Arab countries and beyond, constantly undergoing aggressive route expansion, taking advantage of its ideally located hubs in the United Arab Emirates, Morocco, Egypt and Jordan. Over the past thirteen years, Air Arabia, through continuous market research and customer feedback, provides a range of value added services to millions of passengers who chose to fly with Air Arabia's fleet of A320 aircraft. The airline commenced operations in October 2003 and achieved financial break-even from its very first year of services and has been profitable ever since.