|Company||South African Civil Aviation Authority|
|Location||Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa|
To ensure the effective and correct administration of aviation training organisations in accordance with the South African Civil Aviation Regulations Part 141, ICAO Annex 1 and internal company policy and standards.
To certify flight simulator training devices (FSTDs) in compliance with the South African Civil Aviation Regulations Part 60.
CATS and CAR Development:
In co-operation with Manager Licensing and Manager Examinations develop, implement and review applicable Civil Aviation Regulations (CARs) and Civil Aviation Technical Standards for the Civil Aviation Regulations 2011, Parts 60, 61, 62, 63, or 101 in compliance with the Standards and Recommended Practices of ICAO Annex 1.
Planning and Surveillance:
As an authorised officer of the SACAA, responsible for conducting audits on all Part 141 Certificate holders, as per Master Surveillance Plan, to establish compliance to the Regulations.
Conduct audits and inspections as per the Manual of Procedures.
Make relevant recommendations pertaining to safety management systems.
Recommend enforcement measures.
Provide factual reports of audits and inspections conducted on the training organisations.
Monitor and follow up corrective action and the implementation and closure of the action within negotiated time scales.
Responsible for recommending the approval/denial/withdrawal of exemptions and special approvals.
Provide direct entry support to the legal system on enforcement issues.
Industry Liaison and Client Service Standards:
Liaise with industry to record problem solving solutions and convey knowledge to the industry to allow for the improvement of standards.
Resolve each customer issue while abiding by Regulations and internal policies.
To establish, monitor and maintain client/customer service standards in regard to aircrew examinations in line with international trends.
Employment Equity Plan:
First preference will be given to African Females, Coloured Males and Coloured Females in line with the SACAA Employment Equity Plan.
Minimum Education (Formal Qualification required):
Should have extensive training experience as a flight instructor for aviation personnel licenced in terms of the Civil Aviation Regulations 2011, ICAO Annex 1, as well as a thorough knowledge of licensing regulations, licensing practices, training regulations, training practices and procedures, flight training simulator devices, together with administrative ability and leadership.
Ideal Education (Formal Qualification required):
Instructor Rating issued in terms of the Civil Aviation Regulations 2011.
A sound knowledge of training and training administration.
A certificate allowing for the certification of Flight Simulator Training Devices.
Experience (Minimum Experience required - type and number of years):
Flight Instructor Rating - 1000 hours flight instructor experience
|Job Closing Date||24/01/2019|