Deputy Safety Managers who act as a professional and managerial
supporting personnel for the Safety Manager in all areas.
Report directly to Safety Manager of the
responsibilities and duties assigned;
Maintain and continually improve the Company’s
Safety Management System, including its associated documentation system, to
ensure that it meets all regulatory and internal requirements and expectations
in the area assigned;
Oversee and continually improve the systems,
programs and/or duties assigned such as: Flight Data Monitoring system, Safety
Reporting system, LOSA, MEDA, HIRA implementation, Safety documentations and
Implement and analyse hazard identification and
risk management from Flight Data Monitoring, Line Operations Safety Audits
(LOSA), Safety Reports data and other sources;
Initiate and complete accident / incident
investigations, establish causes and formulate corrective / preventative safety
measures. Issue required reports to CAAV and other relevant Aviation
Authorities and relevant company management;
Monitor corrective safety actions to ensure
accomplishment and effectiveness;
Monitor activity in flight operations, maintenance,
crew training and ground operations, to ensure that the safety standard
required by the authority, and any additional requirement defined by the
operator, are being provided under the supervision of the relevant Postholder;
Provide advice and assistance to managers at all
levels regarding safety issues in the area assigned;
Regularly update the Safety Manager of current
safety concerns and issues in the area assigned;
Cooperate to organize staff safety training and
Conduct Safety and Quality audit as annual plan
approved by the Director of SQA.
Monitor safety performance indicators and
communicate results to the Safety Manager;
Communicate and interact with external safety
organizations, aircraft manufacturers and regulatory authorities on matters of
industry safety concerns when authorized by the Safety Manager.
To be authorized by Safety Manager to handle his/her activities and role when he/she is unable to perform work duties.
Minimum qualifications and experience:
- Bachelor degree.
- Tertiary qualifications, with minimum of 5 years
relevant work experience;
Relevant certifications in safety management
systems and/or quality and security management systems, human factors;
Aviation Safety investigation qualification; and
Strong interpersonal, communications, presentation
and writing skills.
- Excellent in English, both verbal and writing. At least TOEIC 600.