The Compliance Monitoring Department is an independent department within CityJet responsible for monitoring the organisation for continued compliance with the required regulations, standards, and approved company procedures. Reporting to the Accountable Manager, the Airworthiness Compliance Monitoring Manager plays an integral role in the organisations management system and is responsible for managing the compliance monitoring functions for the organisations CAMO and Part 145 approvals.
Operate the CAMO and Part 145 Airworthiness Compliance Monitoring System on a day-to-day basis on behalf of the Accountable Manager.
Liaise with the Irish Aviation Authority on continuing airworthiness matters
Ensure the Accountable Manager is kept properly informed on Compliance matters.
Ensure that all activities performed by the CityJet's CAMO & Part-145 organisations are performed in accordance with approved procedures and in compliance with the applicable regulation.
Develop and operate the independent audit program for the Part 145 and Part-CAMO organisations.
Ensure that the audit plan is scheduled and completed in a timely manner
Monitor all contracted maintenance to ensure that it is being performed in accordance with the contract and agreed interface procedures
Provide feedback to the nominated persons in relation the results from the audit program
Provide feedback to the Safety Department in relation to hazards identified from the audit program
Operate the Part 145 certifying staff authorisation system.
Monitor and assess regulatory changes
Liaise with internal departments and regulators on compliance matters
Investigate incidents and occurrences and produce reports detailing results and recommendations
Review and Submission of organisations expositions and documentation for approval by Regulators
Co-ordinate the Registration and De-registration of fleet aircraft
Generating and amending Work Instructions in support of the organisation expositions
Facilitate and participate in the external audits of the organisation (Regulatory, IOSA,
Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time
At least 5 years relevant work experience in the continuing airworthiness environment in an appropriate position
Experience in a Quality/Compliance Monitoring management position an advantage
A relevant aeronautical degree or aircraft maintenance technician qualification (EASA Part 66 License).
Practical experience and expertise in the application of aviation safety regulation, standards, and safe operating practices
Through knowledge EASA Continuing Airworthiness Regulation (Part CAMO and Part 145)
Through knowledge of Safety Management Systems and Safety based on EASA management system and ICAO Annex 19 requirements
Completion of recognized Part CAMO and Part 145 regulation training course
Completion of recognized formal auditor training course
Strong drive in promoting a compliant and safe culture.
Have good judgement on the impact of deficiencies.
Have excellent interpersonal & communication skills.
Possess personal integrity and objectivity
Ability to coordinate multiple tasks & projects simultaneously.
Proficient in report writing.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
At CAE, everyone is welcome to contribute to our success. With no exception. As captured in our overarching value "One CAE", we're proud to work as one passionate, boundaryless and inclusive team. At CAE, all employees are welcome regardless of race, nationality, colour, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability or age. The masculine form may be used in this job description solely for ease of reading, but refers to men, women and the gender diverse. CAE Parc Aviation is an Equal Opportunities Employer.