Starlite Aviation Ireland is recruiting for the above exciting position to support our new European AOC.
This position will have responsibility for the day to day running of SAI’s AOC Flight Operations Dept.
Reporting to: Accountable Director
Location: Based out of Ireland with a requirement to travel and work in other countries as required by the company
1. Ensuring that, all the company’s Helicopter operations are conducted in a safe, efficient and professional manner in accordance with Company policies & manuals.
2. Amending & implementing Flight Operations policies & procedures to assure SAI’s continued compliance with revised & new Aviation Operations regulations & best practices.
3. Meeting client contractual requirements in line with professional flight operations practices.
4. Implementing and updating all company aviation operations documents including the Operational manual in line with current European regulations
5. Flight duties as required from time to time for company/group contracts
6. Set up of facility, approvals as required by the company from time to time
Active contributor to the business planning and budgeting processes
The above position will be filled in accordance to the Recruitment & Selection Policy to achieve the Group’s Objectives & Goals.
1. Hold a current European license
2. Managerial experience at Flight Operations Manager. Experience as a Crew Training Manager (or equivalent level) would be an advantage.
3. Extensive experience in the areas of European Regulation and Flight Operations.
4. Must be able satisfy and meet the requirements of the IAA to be a Flight Operations Post-holder
5. This is a flying post and requires a manager who is comfortable communicating to and leading a team spread over several locations and aircraft types
6. Excellent interpersonal skills with the confidence to influence all internal stakeholders and external bodies recognising cultural, legal and regional diversity
7. Comprehensive understanding of key business drivers from both an operational and commercial perspective