ARMA Aviation •
The Safety Manager is responsible for the administration of the overall fight and ground safety programs in support of the overall contract at all locations. Plans, implements and coordinates safety and environmental programs in accordance with written regulations, procedures and policies. Serves as the Chairman of the Safety Committee. This position monitors flight safety issues, provides flight safety education, investigates incidents and accidents, acts as a resident expert on safety matters, helps to develop loss control standards, and makes recommendations to improve safety for both ground and air operations in the workplace. Reports directly to Program Manager.
•Advises senior management on all aviation and ground safety issues. Functions as the safety subject matter expert.
•Advocate of safety by demonstrating an excellent safety behavior and attitude, follow regulatory practices and rules, recognize and promote hazard reporting and ensure effective safety reporting.
•Promote organizational culture that fosters safety through effective leadership.
•Bring safety issues to the attention of program management and to deliver safety information to the organization’s staff, contractors and stakeholders.
•Provide information regarding program Aviation safety issues within the organization.
•Assists in the continuous improvement of the hazard identification and safety risk assessment schemes within the organization.
•Analyze technical data for trends related to hazards, events and occurrences.
•Effectively utilize applicable processes and procedures to fulfill responsibilities.
•Monitor flight safety issues, provide safety education, investigate incidents and accidents, act as a resident expert on flight safety matters, develop loss control standards, and make recommendations to improve flight safety in the workplace.
Experience and Abilities
•Rated pilot with 5 years of experience as an aviation system Safety Manager
•Expert knowledge in the technical field of aviation safety and accident prevention and experience in use of DoD, FAA, NTSB or ICAO documentation
•Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
•Knowledge of OSHA and Environmental Protection Agency regulations/guidelines
•Detail oriented and ability to work independently and/or in groups
•Ability to work in fast paced, changing environment with minimal supervision
•Ability to remain calm and be the voice of reason in stressful situations
•Excellent oral and written communication skills in the English language are critical
•Able to change directions with the needs of the work environment and take-on additional responsibilities based on operational needs
•FAA Commercial Pilot or US Military Pilot rating and the appropriate category endorsements.
•Needs to be a graduate of a Military Aviation Safety program, preferably the U.S. Army Aviation Safety Course.
•5 years’ experience as an aviation system safety manager
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
•OCONUS: Living and working conditions at assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable. Long hours, exposure to weather and hazardous conditions. Personnel should be aware of moving on short notice and under adverse conditions.
ARMA Aviation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that complies with the laws and regulations set forth. EEO Is The Law. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
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