|Job Title:||AvSec Regulation Expert Advisor (Training)|
|Salary:||Up to £39,000 with great benefits|
|Job Description PDF :||View Description|
We are looking for an AvSec Regulation Expert Advisor (Training) to join our Aviation Security Regulation Group. Aviation Security Regulation Group acts as the intermediary between Ministerial Policy and Industry. The role of Aviation Security Regulation is to carry out research and analysis to understand the options for industry and the options they have to become compliant, and to produce, working with lawyers, draft regulations for consideration by DfT.
You will support on projects providing options to develop, amend and support Regulation, undertaking impact analysis, risk analysis and options appraisals; to instruct lawyers in respect of drafting regulations; and to offer advice to the industry and to DfT on interpretation and development of the UK National Aviation Security Programme (NASP).
In this particular role, we are looking for a subject matter expect in training. The AvSec Regulation group regulates all aviation security training for the aviation industry. You will ensure that training syllabuses are reviewed and updated regularly and act as the point of contact for industry, DfT and internal colleagues on regulatory queries. The team works closely with industry through working groups and engagement,ensuring our approach is proportionate. We are currently developing a new approach to the quality assurance of aviation security training and this role will play a key part in ensuring this will be a success.
We are looking for someone with a thorough knowledge of training in a regulatory and / or compliance-based environment. You will have experience in drafting accurate and influential written documents in a wide variety of styles, tailored to the appropriate audience. Ideally, you will have working knowledge of counter-terrorism principles, policy development and government response arrangements. You will have the ability to work flexibly in responses to changes in priorities and when working under pressure.
If you are excited by this role and what we can offer we’d love to hear from you!
In 2019, we will be relocating our team in London to a newer and more vibrant workplace in Canary Wharf. This is part of our commitment to supporting more flexible and smarter ways of working.
Interview Date: 3,4,5 July
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:||3rd June 2018|
This position is now closed and no longer accepting applications.
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