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To serve as Manager of the Operations Control Center (OCC) to ensure the OCC serves its primary mission of managing the airlines operations to the highest degree of safety and efficiency. This includes the responsibility of driving Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's), Irregular Operations (IROPS) and ensuring that the best service is provided to the customer by effectively planning and communicating.
Must be highly knowledgeable in applicable Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR), International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Company Manuals, and all related policies and procedures Supervises and manages Flight Followers and Crew Scheduling
Maintains an adequate number of Flight Followers on staff to meet the demands of the operation
Responsible for the Flight Follower Training Program
Responsible for the maintaining of Flight Follower training records
Establishes policies and procedures that ensure an efficient and effective OCC
Review flight schedules to ensure proper assignment of aircraft and crews
Coordinate with other departments on recovery efforts for irregular operations
Responsible for complete, accurate, and timely documentation of Deviation Reports (DEVREP).
Coordinate with the Director, OCC (DOCC), Chief Pilot (CP), Director of Operations (DO), and Director of Maintenance (DOM) in reconciling service failures
Participate and/or lead operational meetings, as required
Prepare and conduct annual reviews for department personnel
Monitor flight crew member flight and duty times
Serves as an alternate Aircraft Operator Security Coordinator (AOSC)
Authorized to acquire and manage necessary International Permits
Other duties, as assigned
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience
Valid FAA Part 121 Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate
Ability to pass a 10 year criminal history and background check
Able to pass a DOT Drug Screen and be enrolled in the company Drug and Alcohol Testing Program
Previous Part 121 and/or Part 135 airline management experience
Previous Air Transport Supervisor (ATS) or Air Transport Ground Instructor (ATGI) experience preferred
Excellent written and oral communication
Time management skills, organization, and the ability to prioritize tasks
SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
Some travel required.
Lead Flight Followers
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Work typically performed in an office environment.
Certain duties may involve moderate exposure to airport and aircraft operations
Air T, Inc.