NOTE: This position is contingent upon contract award – Speculatively Jan/Feb 2021 MAG Aerospace is seeking a highly qualified Aviation Safety Officer (ASO) to support a large scale 300+ Personnel Rotary Wing Aviation Program in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). The MAG Aerospace ASO plans, implements, and coordinates safety and environmental programs in accordance with written regulations, procedures, and policies. Identify safety and environmental hazards, risks, and promote the reduction or elimination of potentially hazardous conditions that may lead to accidents, occupational injuries, illnesses, deaths, and safety-related financial losses.This position will mainly operate and reside at our MAG Aerospace Program Management Office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia while rotating with a to be determined future time-line of limited rotations if at all.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Duties include, but not limited to:Coordinate all safety-related activities within the requirements of the safety program with respect to mission requirements and the U.S. Government directives to ensure regulatory compliance.Report and investigate aircraft, ground safety, and environmental accidents to determine the cause of the accident and formulate recommendations to help prevent similar mishaps in the future.Job requires detailed data-entry of technical information necessary in assisting in the monitoring of mishap reports to ensure accuracy and completeness.Responsibilities also require extensive research dealing with OSHA and environmental regulations, vendor information, and logistical support for safety equipment and supplies.Ensure proper industrial safety procedures are followed in accordance with the contract and appropriate Federal, state, and local regulations, rules, and procedures.Provide administrative support including maintaining all departmental files, records, and publications needed to support organizational activities.Provide written reports which are clear, concise and meaningful for all ground/aviation safety and environmental matters.Provide technical support in all types of Safety/Environmental issues such as data gathering, training, correspondence with CONUS and OCONUS internal customers, etc.Develop required reports, conduct briefings, safety training, and when directed conduct quarterly safety and semiannual safety stand down meetings.Assist in maintaining accident and incident records, files, and reports. Requires data entry and corrections to files on an as-needed basis.Conduct safety audits, fire extinguish inspections, and inspections of all first aid kits and other safety related equipment.Develop and maintain information technology work orders and confirm when work has been properly completed.Maintain and log all purchase request items to include when received.Process Occupational Hazard Reports including investigating the hazard and ensuring mitigations are in place.Conduct other tasks as identified by the Director of Safety.When needed, perform duties as an active member of an aircraft accident board.When needed coordinate first responder duties during an on-site accident.Perform other qualified duties as assigned
Minimum Requirements Knowledge, Skills, ExperienceGraduate from a DoD Aviation Safety & Accident Investigation Course or college degree/ certificate from an accredited College or University with a major in Aviation Safety5 or more years’ experience as an Aviation Safety Officer/ ManagerFAA Commercial Pilots License -Instrument, with at least 1,500 hours of in-aircraft flight time.Experience dealing with safety and environmental laws, rules, & regulationsExtensive experience in risk management & mitigationClearanceCurrent / Active SECRET EducationBA/ BS degree from an accredited College or University in an aviation-related field or equivalent related work experience (Officer I Manager may be substituted for education requirements on a case-by-case basis) Desired RequirementsTechnical/Military School TrainingDoD Aviation Safety qualification & at least 1 former position as an Aviation Safety Officer Experience conducting aircraft accident investigations Prior US Military/ DoD Aviation Safety Officer Experience Prior experience as an instructor pilot, standardization pilot, and/ or instrument flight examinerOther QualificationsMust be a US citizen#LI-CP1
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