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Crew Training Manager (NPCT) Northern Europe (m/w/d)

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Crew Training Manager (NPCT) Northern Europe (m/w/d)

Luxaviation delivers excellence in a comprehensive range of business aviation services tailored to our clients and partners. We are dedicated to safety and strive for creating a fulfilling workplace through cultivating genuine, open and engaging relationships with passionate colleagues and aviators.

Luxaviation is looking for a Crew Training Manager for the Northern Europe region. This person is responsible for the planning, coordination and control of all flight crew training issues in-house and/or with contracted training facilities as well as for the contact to the Authority in regard to training and licensing. The Crew Training Manager will be based in one of our Northern Europe locations in Luxembourg, Germany or Denmark, and will report to the respective Accountable Managers of the Northern Europe entities.

1. Key Responsibilities

Make every effort to provide an environment for safe flight operation

Amend and revise the OM Part D; all amendments (including acknowledgement of receipt), where necessary in cooperation with the aircraft manufacturer, in accordance with NAA, or all other Luxaviation local training departments

Document and implement corrective action requests deriving out of audits, inspections, or any other assessment

Determine the amount of training required for each individual. After due note has been taken of the crew members previous training, as recorded in his training records, and establishes and organizes the correct training and checking to fulfil the qualification requirements as described in the Operation Manual Part A Chapter 5 Qualification Requirements

Liaise with international branches and/or of Luxaviation Group to promote, as far as possible, group standardisation in all aspects of crew training; liaising with Business Aviation Training Solutions

Liaise with NP Flight Operations to meet flight operations requirements regarding crew training

Ensure that crew training documents are properly maintained and stored

Determine and implement the Company Training Policy in accordance with the OM Part D and to meet the defined EASA standard of performance

Establish and design training and checking programmes with associated syllabi and lesson plans for the required training courses

Administrate, supervise, and schedule crew training activities

Ensure that the required training and checking, the training syllabi, and relevant examinations meet the applicable requirements and national regulations

Conduct inspections in all areas of the crew training department

Conduct data evaluation as an input to the Management Evaluation

Establish professional prerequisites concerning employment/training/upgrading of flight crew members, in cooperation with the NP Flight Operations

ensure the use of adequate training resources and appropriate qualified and certified training devices

Monitor the services and standards of contracted training and checking

Select and supervise the training and checking personnel

Designate check and training personnel including type rating — instructors and — examiners

Examine the professional qualification of applicants, and to recommend or discourage their employment

Monitor internal training to ensure that checks are being conducted in the correct time frames

Ensure adequate qualifications by:

Planning, organising, monitoring and scheduling training and checking in accordance with OM Part D;

Establishing and maintaining procedures for training and checking

Notifying NAA regarding training and checking

Ensuring reception of the correct approval/acceptance from the respective department

Analysing and verifying training records for completeness and correctness collecting and storing of training records, files and documents in accordance with OM Part D

Establishing and maintaining contracts with contracted training facilities

Verifying that subcontracted ATO’s hold and maintain the time used the required syllabi, approvals and authorizations

Evaluating standard of performance of operations personnel by monitoring training and checking

2. Qualifications

Airline transport Pilot Licence with associated rating appropriate to the type of operation conducted under the AOC

Type rating Instructor on a rating appropriate with the type of operation conducted under the AOC

Familiarity with Management Systems

Educated to A ‘Level or equivalent standard

Full driving Licence

3. Experience

5 years of relevant work experience

Appropriate experience in similar function

Hold or have held line training, line check captain qualifications

4. Knowledge

Good knowledge of relevant EASA & relevant National Aviation Authority regulations

Knowledge of business aviation

5. Skills & Competencies

Excellent verbal and written communications skills in English. German, French and other languages are considered an advantage.

Good presentation skills

Strong IT software understanding particularly Microsoft office packages

Strong Analytical skills and the ability to produce high level statistical analysis to demonstrate trends

Ability to work with a wide variety of people

Ability to work on own initiative with minimum supervision

Resourcefulness, adaptability and high level of personal motivation and commitment

Ability to balance a high workload with a broad scope effectively

Ability to work under pressure and to deadline

Excellent time management

Category: Administration | Language(s): English, German | Country: Germany

Luxaviation Germany


Application close date: 21/04/2023