Director of Risk Management & Security
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The Director of Risk Management and Security must interact with line flight crew, maintenance engineers, cabin crew, and other general managers and department heads throughout the company to encourage and achieve integration of all activities regardless of an individual’s status and job discipline. To accomplish this, the Director of Risk Management and Security must possess the highest degree of integrity.
Director of Risk Management and Security – Authority and Responsibility
The Director of Risk Management and Security is administratively and operationally accountable to the Vice President Safety and Security.
The Director of Risk Management and Security is the equivalent position to the Aircraft Operator Security Coordinator as required by 49 CFR §1544.215(a).
The Director of Risk Management and Security is responsible, and has the authority to:
- Lead, integrate, and coordinate a comprehensive aviation safety and security reporting, investigation, analysis and training program throughout the company.
- Ensure operations are conducted in accordance with the conditions and restrictions of the air operator certificate and in compliance with the applicable regulations and standards;
- Maintain the highest level of safety and security in the public interest during the conduct of all activities;
- Ensure the comfort and convenience of the Company’s customers are considered second only to safety and security during the conduct of all activities;
- Ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and conformity to all standards during the conduct of all activities;
Please see complete job description online.Qualifications:
The Director of Risk Management and Security serves as an integral member of the Omni’s management team and is required to meet the qualifications to be the Aircraft Operator Security Coordinator as required by 49 CFR §1544.215(a).
The Director of Risk Management and Security must be qualified through training, experience, and expertise. To serve as the Director of Risk Management and Security, a person should possess established professional qualifications and experience, which may include, but is not limited to:
- FAA commercial pilot or airline transport pilot certificate
- FAA mechanics certificate
- FAA aircraft dispatcher certificate
- Three years experience in a supervisory position with a 14 CFR Part 121 or a scheduled 14 CFR Part 135 air carrier
- Three years experience in a supervisory position with a U.S. Government department, board, or agency that deals directly with aviation matters
- College Degree, preferably in aviation, safety and/or security.
Omni Air International requires its Director of Risk Management and Security to have the following minimum attributes and qualifications:
How to Apply:
- A broad aviation / technical education;
- A sound knowledge of commercial operations;
- The ability for clear expression in writing;
- Good presentation and interpersonal skills;
- Computer literacy;
- The ability to communicate at all levels, both inside and outside the company;
- Organizational ability;
- The capability of working independently (at times under pressure);
- Good analytical skills;
- To exhibit leadership and authoritative approach;