- Who's Accredited
ANAB is currently recruiting for the positions listed below.
ANAB is seeking an Accreditation Manager to be based out of our Washington DC, office, with credentialing experience. This position will have a significant role and direct impact on the assessment and accreditation of ANAB credentialing programs. Overnight travel is required, including domestic and potential international travel.
Candidates should have:
Bachelor’s degree in education, HRD/OD, instructional design, leadership and learning, or a related field from an accredited university. A graduate degree is preferred.
Five or more years in credentialing program management.
Understanding of quality principles.
Knowledge of ASTM 2659 and/or ISO/IEC 17024 preferred.
Experience leading a team, managing people, and leading projects.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
The ability to balance respect, decisiveness, diplomacy, and tact when dealing with others.
Confidence and professional demeanor.
Proficiency with Windows, MS Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Ability to gain an understanding of ANAB’s management systems and associated tools.
Excellent organizational and presentation skills.
Ability to prioritize projects and give attention to detail while providing excellent customer service.
Understanding of the accreditation business, products, markets, personnel, outside influencers, etc.
Demonstrated capacity to embrace continuous learning and change.
Ability to manage work under pressure and work within a team to solve problems.
Uphold a high degree of confidentiality and integrity.
ANAB is looking for an Accreditation Manager for aviation, space, and defense standards, including AS9100, AS9110, AS9120 and AS6801. Other management system accreditation programs could be added in the future, depending on the candidate’s knowledge and competence.
The Accreditation Manager is accountable for technical excellence and on-time delivery of high-quality service in conformance with accreditation and scheme requirements to support the company’s budget.
You’ll work collaboratively with peers to provide services efficiently and effectively; demonstrate team excellence to customers and staff, including contract accreditation assessors; and provide consistent, timely, and effective technical assistance to employees and assessors to enable maximum performance and consistency. You’ll also guide industry stakeholders in translating industry requirements into auditable accreditation requirements while maintaining a high level of customer service and satisfaction; manage and investigate complaints about customer performance; and assist in managing experienced technical professionals who exercise latitude and independence in their assessments, including selection and training new assessors to prepare for future growth.
You will periodically perform accreditation assessments to maintain your competence, and work directly with the customers and accreditation assessors.
This position is a remote (virtual) position. Overnight travel is required, including frequent domestic and international travel.
You must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college with a graduate degree preferred, and a successful work history of at least three years’ experience. Twelve or more years of experience may substitute for a bachelor’s degree. You must have two to five years of experience with accreditation and/or certification and management systems (including AS9100). You must have a thorough understanding of the aviation, space, and defense industry. Proficiency with Windows and Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook is required.