Quality Assurance Auditor – Honolulu

Location: Honolulu

Company: Aloha Air Cargo

Employment Type: Full Time

Region: Hawaii

Job Category:

Publish Date: May 1, 2019

Company Description: Aloha Air Cargo, headquartered in Honolulu, is the largest air cargo company in the state of Hawaii and is a vital transportation provider to business, government and non-profit entities, with flights between Honolulu and Kahului, Lihue, Kona, and Hilo. Aloha Air Cargo also offers daily cargo service between Honolulu and Las Vegas and 6 day a week cargo service between Honolulu and Los Angeles. Aloha Air Cargo maintains stations in Honolulu, Kahului, Lihue, Kona, Hilo and Los Angeles. Aloha carries diverse cargo including perishables and provides the only overnight service with refrigeration capabilities at all of our major stations.

Pay Rate: DOE


  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

Aloha Air Cargo

The Quality Assurance Auditor reports to the Manager – Maintenance Administrator. The Quality Assurance Auditor is responsible to conduct and manage surveillance of the performance and effectiveness of company’s inspection program and the programs covering other maintenance, preventative maintenance and alterations, and the correction of any deficiency in those programs in accordance with Aloha Air Cargo Continuing Analysis Surveillance Program (CASP) and FAR 121.373. Responsible for enforcement and sustaining the FAA’s ATOS Program

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Essential duties and responsibilities include the following (other duties may be assigned):
1. Perform audits of the aircraft records to determine:
a. Accuracy of Maintenance Scheduling
b. Compliance with Airworthiness Directives
c. Compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations
d. Effectiveness of Corrective Actions
e. Maintenance forms comply with approved company procedures concerning deferrals, write-ups, correct references, and signature sign-off
f. Compliance with technical work instructions and accuracy
2. Perform audits of company manuals, work forms, and publications for accuracy, currency, and availability to the user
3. Determine that maintenance is performed in accordance with procedures, standards, and techniques specified in the applicable manuals
4. Perform audits of company’s main base and line stations for the adequacy/condition of facilities, equipment, manuals, fueling, and safety
5. Perform audits of company maintenance training programs
6. Perform audits of vendors for compliance to Federal Aviation Regulations and company requirements
7. Audit accomplished maintenance documentation for compliance with technical work instructions and completeness and accuracy
8. Assists in formulating effective corrective action and monitors the corrective action by performing spot checks and follow-up audits
9. Complete reporting requirements of Aloha Air Cargo Continuing Analysis Surveillance Program
10. By direction of the Manager – Maintenance Administrator, conduct investigations and reports as it pertains to Aloha Air Cargo’s CASP and/or corporate policies and procedures
11. Responsible for enforcement and sustaining the FAA’s ATOS Program
12. Approve and maintain vendor files and lists
13. Responsible for the configuring and management of the Quality Assurance Access Internal and External Databases
14. Hold quarterly CASP meetings to analyze audit findings and identify adverse trending
15. Manage AACs List of Approved Vendors
16. Work with vendors to determine appropriate root cause, corrective action, and preventative measures for all Audit findings
17. Approve new vendors utilizing audit processes and procedures
18. Assist IEP with audits of other departments
19. Accompany IEP on audits of Maintenance Department
20. Assist Part 121 carriers in their audit of Aloha Tech Ops Part 145 Repair Station
21. Review and approve AAC Maintenance Manuals, Publication Change Requests, and Inspection Alert Bulletins
22. Track Suspended Unapproved Parts notifications and ensure they are communicated throughout the Maintenance Department
23. Make necessary revisions to company manuals and documents
24. Maintain Fueling Manual and revise as necessary
25. Shall be responsible for additional duties delegated by the Manager – Maintenance Administrator.


• High school diploma or equivalency
• Minimum of a 2-year degree in a technical/aeronautical field or equivalent work experience required
• Must possess valid driver’s license
• FAA A&P Certificate or Repairman Certificate, or an Associate of Science degree in Aeronautical Field preferred.
• Knowledge of FAA regulations to include but not limited to; CASP (minimum 2-years’ experience), Reliability Programs, operations specifications, auditing, IOSA, BASA, and EASA standards
• Minimum of 2-years technical report writing experience required
• Must possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communications skills
• Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test, 5-year background check, 10-year criminal history check and security threat assessment.

Aloha Air Cargo is an Equal Opportunity Employer Male/Female/Veterans/Disabled