INL Quality Safety/Security Manager (5773)
AAR Airlift Group, Inc. •
Lead the INL quality assurance/internal evaluations programs, safety programs and all security programs. Primary interface with regulatory bodies as well as industry-based groups. Responsible for ensuring the operations of the all quality, safety and security requirements are continually monitored and meet the established quality, safety and security standards.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Responsible for the development and implementation of quality audit standards.
- Responsible for the management of the audit and compliance duties and responsibilities.
- Ensures safety monitoring, investigations and pro-active policies are in place to ensure safe operations in flight and on the ground.
- Oversee physical and personal security policies are in place, adhered to and monitored.
- Provide leadership, guidance, staffing, training, equipment, communications, and other resources to achieve INL contract and program management office (PMO)goals.
- Provide leadership, guidance and consultation on quality matters in support of the objectives of the company.
- Promote the mission, vision, and values that AAR has developed in order to maintain a strong relationship with our employees, customers, and stockholders. - Compliance with company quality and safety initiatives and program requirements.
- Responsible for developing and implementing corrective actions as set forth in the quality assurance standards and system.
- Promote the continuous improvement process across the organization.
- Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with AARs policies and applicable laws.
- Provide the strategic direction of the Regulatory Compliance, Maintenance/Ground Safety, security and Occupational Safety and Health departments through clearly established and communicated goals and objectives.
- Partner with other departments to establish and support processes that result in the continuous improvement of safety.
- Maintain a reporting system which provides for a timely and free flow of safety related information.
- Responsible for managing the formal relationship with the Department of State Safety directorate, EPA, and OSHA and coordinating with other federal agencies on investigations and requests for information.
- Oversee the identification of hazards and develops safety recommendations for the purpose of reducing incidents, accidents, and mishaps.
- Develop and implement policies, programs, and procedures which result in the reduction of occupational injury events, severity, and costs.
- Provide the strategic direction of the Environmental Programs Department through clearly established and communicated goals and objectives.
- Support the development and implementation of strategies, policies, procedures, and programs that support compliance with corporate and governmental environmental standards and regulations.
- Determine schedules, sequences, and assignments for work activities, based on work priority, quantity of equipment and skill of personnel.
- Participate in budget preparation and administration, coordinating purchasing and documentation, and monitoring departmental expenditures.
- Position requires a U.S. Department of State Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT).
- Performs other duties as assigned.
B.A./B.S. degree from a four-year college or university in a related field.FAA certified pilots license.
- Masters degree from a four-year college or university in a related field and/or combination of education and related experience.
- Graduate from DOD Aviation Safety and Accident Investigation Course or college degree from an accredited College or University with a major in Aviation Safety.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
- Experienced manager with proven leadership skills.
- Ability to process and analyze data and to present reports in a logical manner. - Have a thorough understanding of relevant CFRs.
- Have a thorough understanding of system safety principles and the FAA ATOS Element.
- Performance Inspection and Safety Attribute Inspection process. Familiar with Company Operations Specifications and manuals required by 14CFR Part 121.133.
- Have a working knowledge of International Air Transport Association (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) Standards and Recommended Practices and/or IS-BAO Standards.
- Familiar with company data collection, analytical tools, and systems.
- Experienced with air carrier quality and technical audit/inspection systems.
- Continuous improvement background with focus on LEAN, 5S, Six Sigma etc. Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access).
- Experience dealing with safety and environment laws, rules, and regulations is required ,extensive experience in risk management and mitigation.
- Expert knowledge in the technical field of aviation safety and accident prevention and experience in use of DOD, FAA, NTSB, or ICAO documentation is required
- Strong English speaking and written communication skill.
- Knowledge of OSHA and Environmental regulations.
- Minimum five (5) years aviation experience, preferably in 14CFR Part 135 or 121 air carrier operations, but other experience, such as 14CFR Part 145 or military aviation, will be considered.
- Experience may be flight or technical operations or a combination of both.
- Minimum ten (10) years aviation related experience and/or training.
- ASQ certification as CQA, CQE, or CQM. Prior U.S.
- Military or DOD Aviation/Ground Safety Officer Experience. - Knowledge of DO Air Mobile and Air Assault Operations.
- Prior experience as an instructor pilot, standardization pilot, and/or instrument flight examiner.
- Previous experience in conducting aircraft accident investigations.
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