The Aviation Safety Program at our Daytona Beach campus is currently accepting applications for an Aviation Safety Coordinator.
The Aviation Safety Coordinator implements safety goals and directives set forth by the Director of Aviation Safety (DAS) and supports the DAS and Aviation Safety Program Manager (ASPM) of in the management of the Aviation Safety Department, actively participates in ERAU investigations and reporting procedures for hazards, incidents, and accidents, oversees on-scene Investigations for accident/incidents in the absence of the DAS and/or ASPM, assists in the management all Team Safety Leader (TSL) and student assistant responsibilities and maintain the TSL training program, coordinates the implementation of all Aviation Safety programs - i.e. Safety Management System (SMS), Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP), Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) Program and Emergency Response Plan (ERP).
Aviation Safety Programs (SMS, ASAP, FDM, ERP, and Risk Management)
Assist in the administration of the College of Aviation (COA) Safety Management System (SMS) program with continuous monitoring and safety improvements
Assist the management of the Aviation Safety Action Programs (ASAP) and maintain the Event Review Committee (ERC) process
Assist the SMS risk management process and oversee frequent risk assessment meetings regarding current/potential/predictive hazards associated within the COA
Administer the COA operations departments drug screening process
Assist in aviation safety inspections/audits of COA operations, facilities, or contractor providing flight-related services to include the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO).
Aviation Maintenance Sciences (AMS)/Unmaned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
Safety Report Submissions (ASAP, event, fatigue reports)
Support safety department process for analyzing, investigating and providing recommendations for all ASAP, event and fatigue report submitters
Provide Flight Department leadership with safety report trend analysis derived from safety report submissions
Engage in continuous feedback and communication for all safety report submitters
Accident/Incident Investigation support - at campus and on-scene investigations
Participate in all Flight and Fleet Maintenance Department incident/accident investigations
Support the investigative preliminary report process to include factual information and brief summary of incident/accident
Participate as a go-team member for all off-site aviation related incidents/accidents
Participate in post incident/accident review board meeting to include lessons learned and any/all Aviation Safety recommendations
Aviation Safety Data and Statistics (monthly, quarterly and annually)
Assist Aviation Programs Safety manger all Aviation Safety databases and routinely conduct trend analysis based statistics within the hazard reporting system
Facilitate the distribution of data statistics to key leadership personnel within the Flight Department
Aviation Safety Communications
Oversee creative content for all Aviation safety social media platforms
Seek and maintain timely communication methods in keeping with ongoing technological changes
Represent ERAU Aviation Safety Department at meetings, presentations and professional organization discussions.
New Hire Aviation Safety Emphasis Training.
Other job duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree. Area of study: Aeronautical Science/Aviation Safety.
Minimum of one to three years work related experience.
Required licenses, certificates, and /or security clearances:
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University