Volantes Technical Recruitment, on behalf of our Aberdeen based Rotary client have the permanent role of Technical Trainer / Safety Officer available.
The Technical Trainer/Safety Officer CAMO is part of the Airworthiness Support Team and reports to the Airworthiness Manager for training and to the Safety Manager for safety investigations. He/she is responsible for the development and execution of initial and recurrent technical training sessions. In addition to the training role, he/she is a key player in propagation and implementation of technical safety and quality standards
Result area 1: Development of training material and execution of training courses.
· Writing and continuous updating and improvement of training documents.
· Preparation of training material and training aids such as CBT, PPT,…
· Keep yourself up-to-date with the latest changes in company procedures, company software and airworthiness publications.
· Give initial and recurrent airworthiness, procedure and company used software training sessions to CAMO and engineering staff.
· Collect feedback from trainees concerning the training received but also concerning the difficulties experienced during their day-to-day work and feedback this experience to the different support departments and quality department to help improving company procedures and systems.
· Preparation of examinations for the different training sessions.
Result area 2: improvement of technical Safety and quality standards across the network.
· Perform airworthiness and/or technical safety investigations in cooperation with the Safety manager and Airworthiness manager.
· Promoting and implementing technical quality and safety standards across the different NHV bases.
· Assist the Airworthiness and Safety Managers in controlling outstanding quality findings and safety recommendations.
· Collect feedback from the different bases on airworthiness processes and procedures.
· Communicate feedback with the different airworthiness departments and quality department to help improving safety and quality standards across the network.
· Technical degree in aviation or 3 years’ experience in an aviation maintenance environment or aviation quality & safety environment.
· Teacher degree or relevant teaching experience.
· Good computer knowledge including use of Word and Powerpoint.
· Good working knowledge of technical English (writing/reading/speaking)
· Basic knowledge of the French language.