Build, develop, establish, and maintain safety and mission assurance program policies, processes, and procedures. Work directly with aviation operating entities to ensure inspections, process control analyses, and internal audits are conducted IAW the Business System Manual (BSM). Generate results-based quantitative assessment of contract and safety performance for use by external stakeholders. Implement and maintain an AS9110 compliant Aviation Safety Management System (SMS). Oversee the Risk Management Program and Safety Management System (SMS) IAW the International Civil Aeronautics Organization (ICAO) and AS9110 standards. Provide expertise and guidance on interpreting policies, governmental regulations, and agency procedures. Support the Quality, Safety, and Mission Assurance (QSMA) Manager in completion of goals. Supervise and mentor a team of subordinate safety experts. Liaise between the company and various foreign and domestic government agencies.
B. Independence: Authority to select and implement goals and objectives within the execution of duties and responsibilities.
C. Supervisory Responsibilities: Aviation and Ground Safety personnel
A. Education Level: Bachelor Degree or equivalent work experience.
B. Experience: 5-10 years of related work experience in aviation safety management. Military aviation experience is preferred. Completion of the following formal training courses is preferred: SMS, Total Quality Management (or equivalent), AS9100:2016 Lead Auditor Course, and Lean Six Sigma (or equivalent)
C. Knowledge, Skill, and Ability Requirements: Possess strong oral and written communication and presentation skills. Ability to communicate well in English. Possess strong customer relationship skills. Demonstrated motivation for continual improvement and professional development.
D. Other: Possess valid driver’s license.