|Job Title:||Aviation Security Compliance Auditor|
|Job Description PDF :||View Description|
Are you looking for a role where every day is different, your work is really important and you have the opportunity to grow and develop? Then come and join us.
Aviation Security Compliance is part the Civil Aviation Authority and is responsible for a wide range of compliance monitoring functions to ensure that regulated aviation entities meet their legally mandated aviation security obligations. So, we help make the UK a safer place.
We are looking to recruit a number of Aviation Security Compliance Auditors. The overall purpose of the job is to keep the public safe and secure when travelling. Your job will be to conduct security observations, inspections, audits and tests to establish whether security standards are acceptable, or whether rectification or enforcement action needs to be taken. You will be sharing your findings at meetings and in reports that you create. Your working relationships will be with CEOs, business managers and staff on the ground. These stakeholders are part of a range of organisations: airlines/airports/cargo companies and inflight suppliers. You will also travel to a variety of places, visiting different airports or companies so no two days will be the same.
This is a job where you will be constantly developing your expertise and you will grow through learning about how other organisations and people work.
To apply for this job, you need to have experience of implementing policies and procedures and an understanding of why it’s important. This could be gained in a variety of ways e.g. working in aviation, in quality management, in health and safety and many other regulated environments.
You need to be able to develop a rapport with a wide range of people and that means the ability to communicate and influence at all levels. These skills could have been developed working with customers, clients, the public or in an organisation.
You need to have good writing skills as you will be creating accurate evidence based reports.
You need to have a good knowledge and understanding of the implementation of management systems.
You need to be prepared to travel to different sites across the UK and for some overnight stays.
What do we offer?
Comprehensive professional training so that you understand the regulations, the operational environment and to prepare you for when you are giving feedback to industry.
An organisation committed to the wellbeing of its staff
After the 6 month training period (which needs to be full time) you can work part-time, if it suits you
Commitment to your development and to supporting you in achieving your career goals
Closing Date: 3rd August 2018
Interview Date: Assessments will take place week commencing 8th October 2018. Candidates must be available to attend an interview during this week.
Working with us
The CAA is committed to smarter working arrangements and will consider all applications.
We recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition. The CAA embraces diversity and promotes equality of opportunity.
|Closing Date:||2nd August 2018|
This position is now closed and no longer accepting applications.
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