Investigator: Accident

Client South African Civil Aviation Authority
Reference # AIID
Published 22/05/2017
Contract Type Permanent
Salary Market Related
Location Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa
Introduction
To promote aviation safety by investigating aircraft accidents and incidents with the objective to prevent their re-occurrence by proposing safety recommendations and prevention programs.
Job Functions Investigation & Compliance
Industries Aviation
Specification
On-site Accident/Incident Investigations
Execute on-site investigations of fatal and non-fatal aircraft accidents and incidents to gather factual information pertaining to the occurrence and establish the cause.

Off-site-based Investigations of Occurrences
Conduct and participate in off-site-based operational and engineering aspects of accident and incident investigations.

Maintenance and Obtainment of Specialist Skills
Keep abreast and remain proficient in specialist skills and new developments of technology.

Production and release of Accurate and Concise accident and incident reports
Produce accurate and concise reports of accidents and incidents. Provide mentorship to junior investigators in production of reports.

Develop Safety Recommendations and Accident Prevention Programs
With reference to the findings of the investigations propose safety recommendations and possible accident prevention articles in order to prevent a reoccurrence.

Communications
Project a satisfactory image of the AIID to all stakeholders. Provide necessary update to the families and accident survivors.

Develop and Issue reports (notification, Preliminary, Interim statement
Issue ICAO required reports within the prescribed time lines and communicate the same to all required states.
Requirements
Education (Formal Qualification required)
Minimum requirement
Grade 12 or N3, and AME or Pilot License or ATC License, or Engineering Degree/Diploma. Driver’s license.

Experience (Minimum Experience required - type and number of years)
5 years minimum experience in LAME or ATC or Engineer (Mechanical or Aeronautical). Pilot (PPL) 200hrs.

Job Closing Date 31/05/2017
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