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National Operations Manager – Darwin
With a fleet of 42 aircraft, serving some of the most remote communities in the country, Chartair is one of Australia's leading general aviation companies operating out of two main bases in Darwin and Alice Springs, and satellite bases in Katherine, Hooker Creek and Cairns.  Our fleet consists of Cessna C210, C310, C402, C208, Beechcraft Baron, and Cessna C441 Conquest aircraft.
As part of our growth strategy, we are looking to recruit a highly qualified operations professional to manage our entire operation.
To be considered for the position, you MUST have:
Previous operations management experience (preferably in aviation) in a fast paced, dynamic industry Outstanding customer services skills The ability to multi-task and manage complex operational challenges Sales management and business development experience Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a small team environment Superior communication skills – both written and spoken
The working hours require a high degree of flexibility and an on-call phone is carried on a rotational basis among the team. Considerable travel between our bases and visiting customers is expected.
This is an extremely demanding role in a very exciting, dynamic organisation.  
To apply please send your CV to *****@chartair.com.au + click to reveal quoting ref: NOM/09/17S
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Cairns Airport requires a qualified and experienced Airport Safety Officer to join our Operations team for a 6 month contract period.
Reporting to the Aerodrome Operations Supervisor and the Aerodrome Safety and Emergency Manager, you will be required to work varying hours both day and night shifts. You will be expected to be available for emergency call outs and to back fill at short notice.
This position is responsible for ensuring CASA compliance, airport safety procedures, operational standards, and environmental guidelines are maintained.
Previous airport / airline experience or knowledge of airport operations, security, and safety regulated environments is preferred.
Applicants with experience with aerodrome standards, any Airport Operations accreditation, will be highly regarded.
The successful applicant will have, or the ability to obtain:
An Aviation Security Identification Card, current drivers licence and ability to obtain Authority to Drive Airside, Aeronautical Radio Operator Certificate  and a Queensland Firearms Licence;
A good understanding and working knowledge of airport operations activities and regulatory requirements, such as: aircraft operations, contractor works supervision, obstacle control, bird and wildlife management, airside vehicle control, emergency response, airport serviceability inspections and reporting functions; A thorough knowledge of aerodrome standards and requirements as detailed in the Airport Operations Manual and the Manual of Standards, Part 139, of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.
Well-developed communication and comprehension skills, with the ability to liaise with a wide range of internal and external airport stakeholders is required in this role.
This position offers a competitive wage rate with applicable penalties, including generous leave and training and development opportunities. Any extensions to the contract (if necessary) will be discussed with the successful applicant prior to the end of the contract period.
The successful applicant will be required to pass medical, drug and alcohol testing, and a Federal Police clearance.
To apply for this role and review the position description head to our website.
http://bit.ly/CareersatCairnsAirport
Please email your covering letter and CV to: *****@cairnsairport.com.au + click to reveal
Applications close COB Friday30 September
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About the business and the role
Hevilift Group is the leading service provider of chartered fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft in Australasia.  Hevilift Australia (Fixed Wing) seeks to employ a highly qualified, self-motivated and career-oriented person to fill the vacancy of Head of Training and Checking for ATR42/72 based in Brisbane, Australia.
Job tasks and responsibilities
You will have the following responsibilities:
The safe and efficient conduct of all flight operations and providing oversight to the Hevilift AOC ensuring full compliance with the approved Ops Manual Volume 4 (Check and Training) Representing the Company in discussions/audits/communication with the regulator in Australia (CASA) and appropriate industry bodies or authorities relating to flight operations and the companies training system Providing the CEO with input into the business relating to flight operations and flight training, which enhances the business via increased productivity, cost benefits (but not at the expense of safety), and general senior management advice Ensuring aircrew and cabin crew maintain appropriate CASA qualifications as required, including licences and rating as well as recency requirements Responsibilities for the company operations documentation Volume 4 Training and Checking Recruitment and selection of flight operations personnel in close cooperation with the HOFO Overseeing the contracted simulator providers, the assigned and approved company check pilots and flight examiners  Various other tasks as listed in the company operations manuals
Skills and experience
You will be required to hold the following skills and experiences:
A CASA ATPL with a current rating on the ATR 42/72. Approved CASA Flight Examiner rating for the ATR42 or ATR72 or able to obtain these approvals A minimum of 1500 hours on the ATR42/72 in Command and 3000 hours total flight time Strong organisational ability with a proactive approach and experience managing a flight and cabin-crew training system Minimum of 3 years' experience in a flight operations or flight training management role Proven ability to interact with key reports, operations control and crew planning, training and cabin crew Proven ability to interact with key stakeholders – CEO, CASA and Cabin Services You must have Australian citizenship or be a Permanent Resident You must be able to provide a current and valid police check
Click "Apply Now" or email: *****@hevilift.com  + click to reveal
Applications close Monday, 9th October, 2017
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Operations Officer - Darwin
With a fleet of 43 aircraft, serving some of the most remote communities in the country, Chartair is one of Australia's leading general aviation companies operating out of two main bases in Darwin and Alice Springs. 
We are seeking enthusiastic, results orientated team players for our Darwin office.
Responsible For:
Overseeing all Chartair daily operations and providing flight following for all flights Delivering the highest level of customer service at all times to customers, suppliers and partners Anticipates and proactively acts to deal with future events, situations and opportunities Charter Quotations Ensure all work is conducted in compliance with company and regulatory policies and procedures Coordinate any disrupts with other Operations personnel. Formulates and actions disrupt plan. On call 24/7 every 3 weeks on a rotation roster Monitor flights for On Time Performance, reporting any delay reasons. Brief Flight Crew on all aspects of flights Proactively understand the operational needs of the business and takes the initiative to ensure those needs are met or exceeded Assist in maintaining flight logs, flight records and operational files Update our online flight management system as required, including planning aircraft and crew Carry out such duties as directed by the National Operations Manager to assist in the day to day running of the Operations Centre
To be considered you will need to be:
Efficient and reliable, with excellent time management skills Customer focused with excellent interpersonal skills Possess intermediate computer skills Possess a sense of initiative (can work without constant supervision) but also be a team player with a helpful, courteous attitude and outstanding attention to detail Flexible and available to do shift work – including early starts and late finishes Willing to undergo a medical check and drug & alcohol testing Prepared to undergo Federal Police security background checks to satisfy the requirement to be issued an Aviation Security Identity Card Prepared to attend Dangerous Goods training
Aviation experience, though not essential, will be highly regarded.
To apply please send you CV to *****@chartair.com.au + click to reveal by COB Wednesday 4th October 2017
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Information about CASA
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is an independent Commonwealth statutory authority.  CASA's primary function is to regulate the safety of civil air operations in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft overseas.  CASA also has a range of other functions that assist in fostering a safety driven culture within the aviation community in Australia.
Through its Regional Offices, the group undertakes surveillance and entry control on passenger aircraft, charter, freight operations, flight training and maintenance organisations as well as other aviation activities.
Broader functions also include delivering regulatory service activities to support domestic and international aviation operations, and conducting ramp inspections on international aircraft operating within Australia and Australian aircraft overseas. 
The role and responsibilities
We are seeking innovative and energetic leaders who are able to embrace collaboration and empowerment to promote a positive safety culture and consultation between the aviation community and CASA.
Reporting directly to the Regional Manager, you will play a vital frontline leadership role within the aviation safety regulation framework promoting a positive and collaborative safety culture.
The successful candidates will provide effective leadership and management of a multi-disciplinary team in planning, managing and supporting the delivery of regulatory services, surveillance and the oversight of all certificates allocated to their team in the Region.
You will work closely with other areas across CASA to ensure a collaborative approach and the consistent application of the aviation safety regulatory framework supporting the aviation community. 
This is a career opportunity to make a difference to aviation safety outcomes in Australia. 
Successful candidate profile
 
A strong background in aviation operations and/or have held supervisory or management roles in this area of the aviation industry. Significant regulatory experience or equivalent technical professional experience. Demonstrated ability to lead a multi-disciplinary team. Demonstrated ability to provide guidance in safety systems, human factors and accident / incident investigation.
Detailed information for these roles can be found at https://www.casa.gov.au/about-us/standard-page/current-vacancies-e-recruitment.
Applicants should consider each of the of the position deliverables when preparing their application giving clear and relevant examples demonstrating their abilities to perform the duties.
Desirable qualities: 
Relevant tertiary qualifications in Safety or Aviation Management. Successful completion of an accredited quality system auditor course and/or practical experience in system based risk driven auditing. A high level understanding of quality assurance and risk management principles. A strong background in aviation operations and/or have held supervisory or management roles in this area of the aviation industry. 
Culture and benefits
We value our people.  CASA values social and cultural diversity and is committed to a safe workplace.  We strongly encourage 
applications from Indigenous Australians, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature age workers. 
We hold ourselves to the highest of standards and are internationally recognised as model regulators.  CASA works in the public interest and the travelling public can rely on Australia's civil aviation regulatory system for assurance on safety issues.
For full details and information on how to apply please visit the CASA website
Unless otherwise indicated, enquiries can be directed to the contact officers listed below via the CASA general number:  + *****11 + click to reveal
Ref. No:         PN 2764 (Brisbane / Eastern Region)
Contact Officer for Enquiries:  Craig Martin
Ref. No:         PN 2769 (Cairns / Northern Region)
Contact Officer for Enquiries:  Gerard Nolan
Closing Date for Applications: 2 October 2017
 
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Information about CASA
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is an independent Commonwealth statutory authority.  CASA's primary function is to regulate the safety of civil air operations in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft overseas.  CASA also has a range of other functions that assist in fostering a safety driven culture within the aviation community in Australia.
Through its Regional Offices, the group undertakes surveillance and entry control on passenger aircraft, charter, freight operations, flight training and maintenance organisations as well as other aviation activities.
Broader functions also include delivering regulatory service activities to support domestic and international aviation operations, and conducting ramp inspections on international aircraft operating within Australia and Australian aircraft overseas. 
The role and responsibilities
We are seeking innovative and energetic leaders who are able to embrace collaboration and empowerment to promote a positive safety culture and consultation between the aviation community and CASA.
Reporting directly to the Regional Manager, you will play a vital frontline leadership role within the aviation safety regulation framework promoting a positive and collaborative safety culture.
The successful candidates will provide effective leadership and management of a multi-disciplinary team in planning, managing and supporting the delivery of regulatory services, surveillance and the oversight of all certificates allocated to their team in the Region.
You will work closely with other areas across CASA to ensure a collaborative approach and the consistent application of the aviation safety regulatory framework supporting the aviation community. 
This is a career opportunity to make a difference to aviation safety outcomes in Australia. 
Successful candidate profile
 
A strong background in aviation operations and/or have held supervisory or management roles in this area of the aviation industry. Significant regulatory experience or equivalent technical professional experience. Demonstrated ability to lead a multi-disciplinary team. Demonstrated ability to provide guidance in safety systems, human factors and accident / incident investigation.
Detailed information for these roles can be found at https://www.casa.gov.au/about-us/standard-page/current-vacancies-e-recruitment.
Applicants should consider each of the of the position deliverables when preparing their application giving clear and relevant examples demonstrating their abilities to perform the duties.
Desirable qualities: 
Relevant tertiary qualifications in Safety or Aviation Management. Successful completion of an accredited quality system auditor course and/or practical experience in system based risk driven auditing. A high level understanding of quality assurance and risk management principles. A strong background in aviation operations and/or have held supervisory or management roles in this area of the aviation industry. 
Culture and benefits
We value our people.  CASA values social and cultural diversity and is committed to a safe workplace.  We strongly encourage 
applications from Indigenous Australians, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature age workers. 
We hold ourselves to the highest of standards and are internationally recognised as model regulators.  CASA works in the public interest and the travelling public can rely on Australia's civil aviation regulatory system for assurance on safety issues.
For full details and information on how to apply please visit the CASA website
Unless otherwise indicated, enquiries can be directed to the contact officers listed below via the CASA general number:  + *****11 + click to reveal
Ref. No:         PN 2764 (Brisbane / Eastern Region)
Contact Officer for Enquiries:  Craig Martin
Ref. No:         PN 2769 (Cairns / Northern Region)
Contact Officer for Enquiries:  Gerard Nolan
Closing Date for Applications: 2 October 2017
 
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Airflite Flying College (AFC) is owned by Airflite Pty Ltd, a aircraft maintenance and repair organisation with headquarters at Perth Airport. AFC is a Jandakot based Charter and Flying Training company that specialises in Charter and Integrated CPL Flight Training as well as Instrument Rating Training.  We are currently seeking applicants for the position of Grade 1 Flight Instructor for our shortly to open Part 142 organisation.
The applicant is responsible to the Head of Operations and will provide single engine, multi engine and IFR instruction along with administrative and other duties allocated by the Head of Operations.
To be considered for the position, you MUST have:
A minimum of 1,500 hours, with at least 500 hours ME command A CPL(A) or ATPL(A) Grade 1 Instructor Rating with Multi Engine TE, Instrument Rating TE, Design Feature TE and NVFR TE Current command instrument rating with at least 3 consecutive instrument rating renewals Current Class 1 CASA Aviation medical
We will also look favourably on the following experience:
ME IFR Training and Checking Experience Flight Examiner or previous 61.040 Testing Approvals Turbine or Jet type rating Multi Crew experience Simulator Instructor Rating
This is an interesting role in a very exciting, new and dynamic organisation. Your duties will include, but are not limited to, flight training in C172 and PA44 Seminole aircraft, conducting Instructor standardisation training and at times teaching ground school and preparing classroom training materials. Be prepared for an interesting and varied work experience that will also include some charter flying.
A competitive remuneration package will be available to attract the right candidate.
Only applicants who are Australian Residents may apply.
To apply please send your CV with a covering letter addressing the selection criteria that is listed above
Applications close COB 29th September 2017
For a confidential, informal discussion please call John Pocock on *****98. + click to reveal
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Airflite Flying College (AFC) is owned by Airflite Pty Ltd, a aircraft maintenance and repair organisation with headquarters at Perth Airport. AFC is a Jandakot based Charter and Flying Training company that specialises in Charter and Integrated CPL Flight Training as well as Instrument Rating Training.  We are currently seeking applicants for the position of Deputy Chief Pilot/Deputy Head of Operations for our soon to open Part 142 organisation.
The applicant will be required to complete the full CASA assessment process for both Chief Pilot and Head of Operations for a Part 142 organisation. The Chief Pilot's responsibilities are set out in paragraph 2 of Appendix 1 of section 82.0 of the Civil Aviation Orders (CAOs). The Head of Operations Qualifications and Responsibilities are set out in Part 142.185 and 142.195.
To be considered for the position, you MUST have:
A minimum of 2,000 hours, with at least 1,000 hours ME command A CPL(A) or ATPL(A) Grade 1 Instructor Rating with Multi Engine TE, Instrument Rating TE, Design Feature TE and NVFR TE Current command instrument rating with at least 3 consecutive instrument rating renewals Extensive ME IFR Training and Checking Experience Either previous CASA Chief Pilot, HOO, CFI, Flight Examiner or 61.040 Testing Approvals The ability to satisfactorily pass the CASA Chief Pilot and HOO assessment requirements Current Class 1 CASA Aviation medical
We will also look favourably on the following experience:
Flight Examiner Rating Turbine or Jet type rating Multi Crew experience Simulator Instructor Rating
This is a demanding role in a very exciting, new and dynamic organisation. Your duties will include, but are not limited to, deputising for the Chief Pilot/Head of Operations, conducting flight tests and operator proficiency checks, administration, flight training in C172 and PA44 Seminole aircraft, conducting Instructor standardisation training and even at times teaching ground school and preparing classroom training materials. Be prepared for an interesting and varied work experience that will also include some charter flying.
A competitive remuneration package will be available to attract the right candidate.
Only applicants who are Australian Residents may apply.
To apply please send your CV with a covering letter addressing how you meet the selection criteria above
For a confidential, informal discussion please call John Pocock on *****98. + click to reveal
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We are inviting you to our Flight Attendant Recruitment Open Day - Wednesday 11th October 2017
We are open between the hours of: *****00. Upon + click to reveal arrival, your process will take approximately 30 minutes.
Where:
Perth Airport – Terminal 2
Level 1
Administration Offices B (located beside lost property counter)
About Us:
Alliance Airlines is an airline services company providing charter aircraft operations to Australia's leading businesses including the resources sector, corporate and business group travel, sporting teams, Government, Inbound and domestic tourism and services for our major domestic airlines.
We operate from bases in Brisbane, Townsville, Cairns, Adelaide, Essendon, Perth and New Zealand with a focus on delivering operational excellence to all of our clients.
We are currently seeking motivated, responsible, safety conscious and customer service focussed people to join our Perth team as a Flight Attendant.
This is the commencement of our Flight Attendant Recruitment process, so put your best foot forward!
Minimum Criteria
It is ESSENTIAL that you bring with you to the Recruitment Day copies of your current accreditation with 6 months validity as per below:
Passport with 6 months validity and unrestricted access to overseas ports or approved working visa Current Senior First Aid including CPR – issued from recognised Australian provider Responsible Service of alcohol (RSA) Current Resume A head and shoulder photograph of yourself
You must also meet the following requirements:
Minimum of 18 years of age Clearly understand and speak the English language Possess a valid Drivers License Work experience in a customer service related position with experience in a face-to-face customer service role Ability to safely swim 50 metres The ability to hold an ASIC which involves a police security check and a pre-employment medical. 
If you are successful through Wednesday's Open Recruitment Day, you will be asked to return for a Group Interview which is the final stage of the recruitment process. These will be held at the following times so please ensure your availability for either:
Session 1 - Wednesday 11th October *****30 + click to reveal
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Session 2 - Thursday 12th October *****00 + click to reveal
To register for Wednesday's Recruitment Day, please RSVP to *****@allianceairlines.com.au  + click to reveal to secure your spot ASAP!
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Our client, Air India, is undergoing significant growth as a result of the high quality services they provide to their clients. The client is currently seeking an experienced Corporate Affairs Officer who has the ability to deliver this brand to all stakeholders, ensuring consistency of message, tone and strategy across all external touch points for the brand.

The employer is looking for an experienced and motivated person who is qualified and has the leadership skills, motivator, communicator and an organiser, as well as using a 360 degree perspective to contribute analyses of both macro and micro trends.

In this role your main responsibilities include:
• Create and communicate a favourable image for the brand
• Establish and maintain contacts both internally and externally to gather information on rules, regulations and policies to safeguard the airline
• Ensure the implementation of corporate affairs protocols
• Undertaking and commissioning public opinion research, analysing the findings and planning public relations and promotional campaigns
• Identify and understand the Air India brand challenges and future opportunities for growth and positioning
• Develop a proactive strategic plan for positioning the Air India brand that is in line with the long-term vision for the organisation
• Plan and organise publicity campaigns and communication strategies

To be successful in this role you must:
• Have relevant qualification and/ or relevant experience
• have time management skills
• have problem solving skills
• adequate knowledge of local, national and international airport affairs requirements
• ability to handle any large crisis or emergencies

You must be decisive and be able to work under demanding operational conditions in a stressful environment. Also you must have work rights in Australia, or be an Australian Citizen or Australian Permanent Resident.

To apply for this position, email your resume to *****@outlook.com. + click to reveal
Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted and your application will be treated as strictly confidential.