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FLIGHT OPERATIONS DEVELOPMENTAL INSPECTOR FOR LARGE AIRCRAFT – 6 POST at MUHAS May, 2024

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FLIGHT OPERATIONS DEVELOPMENTAL INSPECTOR FOR LARGE AIRCRAFT – 6 POST at MUHAS May, 2024

JOB SUMMARY To assist the Flight Operations section in order to provide effective and efficient safety oversight of aircraft operators, flight crew and approved training organizations in compliance with national and international standards.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OPERATIONS

i.To assist in enforcement, investigations and in preparation of final reports and recommendations on disposition ;

ii.To participate in accident/incident and complaint investigations;

iii.To assist in evaluation of air operators, air agencies, and makes recommendations to the supervisor or assigned qualified Inspector in the specific task;

iv.To assist in evaluation of training programs to ensure they meet the requirements of CAA regulations, including flight simulators, training devices, and other such equipment, as well as check personnel;

v.To assist in personnel certification;

vi.To assist in monitoring pilots, flight instructors, designated pilot examiners, check airmen, aviation organization operations and training activities and advise on appropriate action against non-compliance; and

vii.To perform any other related duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor.

1.1.4.2FLIGHT CREW PERSONNEL LICENSING

i.To assist carrying out the assessment of applications for license, rating, certificates and validations and recommend for issue or renewal;

ii.To assist in preparing and reviewing periodic syllabi for license and rating examination for pilots, cabin crew and dispatchers, defining the qualifying conditions and standards;

iii.To assist in making inquiries on verification of foreign licenses for conversion or validations;

iv.To assist in maintaining records of applications, licenses and certificates and ensure completeness, integrity and accessibility by authorized personnel;

v.To maintain pilots, flight operation officers and cabin crew registers;

vi.To propose review of licensing fees schedule;

vii.To assist in investigating on possible violations of legislation and regulation with respect to personnel licensing as per set procedures and initiate enforcement actions;

viii.To assist in carrying out the assessment and recommendation in relation to applicants for issue of an Approved Training Organization (ATO) and carry out base inspection of ATO to ensure adherence with certification standards; and

ix.To perform any other related duties as assigned by immediate supervisor.

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
A minimum of Advanced Secondary Education certificate majoring in science subjects and a professional license, Commercial Pilot License (CPL), Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) / flying experience of at least 5 years and a minimum of 5000 flight hours as a Pilot.

REMUNERATION TCAA FSS.1

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