Careers in Trig
We are always interested to hear from talented individuals with a passion for aviation.
Trig is a growing company, with an enthusiastic, friendly and driven workforce. Each department in Trig strives for design excellence and innovation, with our ‘Better by Design’ philosophy, we aim high and are passionate about achieving the best.
We have a fantastic culture, built by people who share a passion for aviation, technology and innovation. Our size ensures that everyone has a part to play in our success. People at Trig are encouraged to get involved and with support take on responsibilities – to make things happen. We have regular and varied social events including our extraordinary annual flying day for all employees.
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Trig has a great benefits package comparable with much larger employers. Our terms and conditions are determined by our commitment to our people; investing in them to ensure a good work/life balance.
Our benefits include:
- 30 days’ holiday entitlement plus 3 fixed public holidays on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
- A working week of 37.5 hours with flexible working around the core hours of 10am-3pm.
- Life cover of 4 x salary.
- Matched pension contribution up to 4% of salary.
- Childcare vouchers and a cycle to work scheme.
- Sponsored learning and personal development – including subsidised flying lessons.
Trig Avionics is a leading provider of General Aviation avionics for communications, navigation and surveillance. We are building a strong team to deliver on our ambitious aspirations as we expand our range of products and increase our market share.
These are the current vacancies within the company:
Vacancies in Trig – Amersfoort
Currently we are building a team in our Amersfoort office in the Utrecht district of the Netherlands. We are working with local recruiters to find technical specialists in Manufacturing, Quality and Customer Support.
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Vacancies in Trig – Edinburgh
We are always interested in hearing from Engineering professionals with experience in embedded software, RF, hardware or FPGA.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to find out more about careers in Trig.
- Quality Manager
We wish to recruit a highly skilled and experienced Quality Manager to lead the Quality teams based in Edinburgh and Amersfoort.
This position will be based in either Edinburgh or Amersfoort. Due to the nature of the role you will be required to spend up to 50% of your time away from your home base. We expect you to be fluent in spoken and written English with a good working knowledge of Dutch.
As the Quality Manager you will be responsible for ensuring that Trig and our subcontractors work in accordance with industry regulations as we develop and introduce cutting edge products. While you will report to the Chief Operating Officer, under our regulatory framework the Quality Manager also has direct/unhindered access & reporting responsibilities to the CEO for all aspects of the quality management. You will provide independent oversight of production and maintenance operations as part of product quality and airworthiness monitoring. You will be responsible for all aspects of the company’s quality systems to ensure that the organisation, including the supply chain, continues to operate within EASA Part 21 and Part 145 regulations.
This role will involve working with colleagues at all levels of the organisation, regulators, external suppliers and customers and the key accountabilities for this role include:
- Managing the organisation audit program for both Part 21G and Part 145 including external supplier audits.
- Being accredited and recognised as the Quality Manager by the relevant Airworthiness authorities.
- Ensuring that any/all airworthiness issues in both Part 21 and Part 145 are handled in accordance with regulations.
- Ensuring that New Product Introductions are introduced in line with relevant regulations.
- Implementing appropriate inspection regimes.
- Issuing and controlling authorisations for certifying staff and inspectors.
You will have worked in a highly regulated manufacturing environment and have experience of both internal process and external supplier audits. You will also have had experience in process and procedural development and knowledge of electronic assembly products.
In addition, you will have experience of working in cross functional teams across multiple sites.
You will have the ability plan and prioritise workload, with great attention to detail and have some knowledge of QPulse or other electronic quality management system software. This means that you should have excellent PC skills, including Word, Excel. It is essential that you have experience of undertaking internal and external audits. Calibration and document control experience would also be advantageous.
You will hold an HND or MBO Level 4 qualification or have the equivalent in terms of work experience. Ideally you should have successfully completed IPC training.
Trig is a small friendly team and we welcome professionals who are proactive and flexible problem solvers with a positive and approachable attitude.
How to Apply
If you are interested in these opportunities or have relevant expertise to bring to our team then please get in touch.
Lynn Reid, HR Manager, Trig Avionics Limited
Tel: +44 (0)131 449 8810