BAE Systems FAA Programs Management Representative Quality in Nashua, New Hampshire

Job Description

  1. Management representative to the FAA MIDO, FSDO, MCO, ACO Therefore, intimate knowledge of FAA 14 CFR regulations is required. Understanding requirements for Supplemental Type Certifications for both Order 8110.4 and 8110.101 are required. Knowledge on required documentation for application of Parts Manufacturing Approvals is required. Position will act as the FAA repair Station Manager and as such understand the requirements of 14CFR145, Repair Stations.

  2. Will be required to work with program teams that have limited knowledge of FAA requirements and be able to interpret the FAA requirements in such a way as the teams understand the correct BAE methodology of complying with requirements. Must be able to communicate with Quality Systems and Program areas requirements as they affect the command media. Interface with customers to assure understanding of requirements. Must be able to convey to Program Areas importance of owning Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) and weigh the value of owning the STC versus the liability of any insurance required. Work with legal to as necessary to assure correct interpretation of US Laws and methodologies for implementation.

  3. Must be able to staff at the appropriate levels of knowledge to assure coverage for programs defining roles as they apply to requirements (FAA STC, Army AWR, Navy Flight Clearance, etc) Assure that the FAA Repairmen and FAA DMIRs (DARs), have the necessary training/retraining to maintain compliance. Complete necessary reporting requirements to the FAA FSDO and the FAA MIDO.

  4. The individual must understand the FAA requirements to a level in which they can proactively work to avoid issues. Through program interfacing and conduct of regular FAA oriented audits an assessment of the health of the FAA compliant quality systems will be made. If issues are found an action plan needs to be communicated to the business area and or the quality systems leads to assure a return to compliance.

  5. Individual must be able to clearly communicate with Customers, Regulatory bodies, programs and suppliers the regulatory requirements as they affect product conformance and regulatory compliance. Must be able to develop and maintain FAA compliant documentation and support FAA audits from multiple branches as well as customer audits of the FAA repair Station. Decisions that are made including those within the Quality Systems group can impact compliance and direction and guidance is required to assure BAE continues to meet FAA requirements.

  6. This individual needs to be able to interpret government regulations and effectively communicate them to the program teams. The individual must be able to communicate when there is a non-compliance and be willing to stop production.

  7. BAE is certified by the UK Military Aviation Authority (MAA) and the individual will work to understand the interrelationships between the UK Defense Standards (DEF STAN) and the FAA regulations to assure compliance to both while minimizing overhead expenses and programmatic expenses in the incorporation and compliance of both regulations.

Typical Education & Experience

Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 10 years work experience or equivalent experience

Required Skills and Education

  1. Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 10 years work experience or equivalent experience

  2. Intimate knowledge of FAA 14 CFR regulations is required.

  3. Type Certifications for both Order 8110.4 and 8110.101

  4. Detailed knowledge of 14CFR145, Repair Stations.

  5. Technical Bachelor's Degree and 12 years work experience or equivalent experience

Preferred Skills and Education

Six Sigma Green or Black Belt

About BAE Systems Electronic Systems

BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services.

The Electronic Systems (ES) sector spans the commercial and defense electronics markets with a broad portfolio of mission-critical electronic systems, including flight and engine controls; electronic warfare and night vision systems; surveillance and reconnaissance sensors; secure networked communications equipment; geospatial imagery intelligence products and systems; mission management; and power-and energy-management systems. Headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire, ES employs approximately 13,000 people globally, with engineering and manufacturing functions primarily in the United States, United Kingdom, and Israel. Equal Opportunity Employer/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression

FAA Programs Management Representative Quality


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