United States

Safety Manager

The Safety Manager is responsible for ensuring that appropriate standards are established and maintained to provide the highest level of safety for The Company Flight Training Center Personnel. The Safety Manager develops coordinates, and implements preventive measures affecting present and potential problems relating to mandatory FAR and Company directives. The Safety Manager acts as a technical correspondent to the FAA and Industry groups. This position reports to the Vice President Aviation Quality and Standards.

Responsibilities include:
• Serves as Party Coordinator during all National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) accident or incident investigations
• Serves as the Company’s authorized representative to all agencies and organizations seeking specific
information concerning the Company’s Safety Department
• Maintains contact with other Flight Training Organizations, (FTOs), and trade organizations as directed
to maintain an interchange of industry safety concerns
• Regularly audits Flight Operations to maintain awareness of line related issues
• Oversees and maintains the proper implementation and function of the Safety Management System
• Oversees and maintains the proper functioning of the Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) and
direct the efforts of the Company’s Safety Team.
• Oversees and maintains the proper functioning of the Line Operations Safety Audit (LOSA) program.
• Assists Flight Operations management in the implementation of the internal Safety Management
System (SMS)
• Ensures pilot awareness of all abnormal occurrences with review of accidents or incidents in the form
of published reports, Safety Bulletins or other means
• Evaluates procedures and coordinates with the Director of Standardization and Chief Instructor
• Determines the schedule and budget for the Safety Department, including task schedules, methods,
staffing, and resources
• Maintains proficiency in accident and incident investigative techniques to include photographic
documentation and technical skills, human factors continuing education, safety research, and
investigation analysis
• Performs all other duties/projects as assigned
• Must be flexible to schedule changes including possible weekends

• High School Diploma or equivalent required
• Bachelor’s or master’s degree in Safety strongly preferred
• Must hold at least an FAA Private Pilot Certificate with Instrument Rating
• CFI, CFII, and MEI certificates preferred

• Two years of supervisory or managerial experience preferred

• Professionalism – Demonstrates professional competence in the technical field of aviation safety and
accident prevention.
Revision: 08/17/2018
• Communications – Excellent drafting ability and communication skills, both oral and written; ability to
communicate complex concepts orally; ability to prepare written reports that are clear, concise and
• Teamwork – Good interpersonal skills, demonstrated ability to work in a multicultural, multi-ethnic
environment and to maintain effective working relations with people of different national and cultural
• Ability to identify problems or potential problems and develop and implements solution.
• Proficient on Microsoft Word and Power Point
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel
• Dependable and reliable
• Ability to coordinate with necessary people and departments to ensure the successful completion of
tasks and projects
• Ability to work with minimal supervision and does not wait for others to provide work, finds ways to
keep busy and help others

  • Location: United States
  • Categories: Operations / Management, Pilot
  • Contract Type: Full Time

Mitch Maldonado

Contact Information
  • Call: (904) 264-0097
  • Fax: (904) 264-0230

Aviation Recruiting, Inc.
1845 Town Center Boulevard, Suite 350
Fleming Island, FL 32003

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