Hangar Safety Manager

ZeroAvia is a leader in zero-emission aviation, flying the world’s largest hydrogen-electric aircraft since September 2020. Its focus is the design and commercialization of hydrogen-powered aviation solutions to address a variety of markets, initially targeting short-haul, sub-regional commercial flights up to 500 miles.

To date, ZeroAvia has secured the UK CAA and FAA experimental permit to fly for its 6 seat aircraft powered by hydrogen-electric powertrain, passed significant flight tests, and is on track for commercial deliveries by 2024.

Its achievements to date were rewarded by the UK prime minister by inviting ZeroAvia as a member to the UK Jet Zero Council.

ZeroAvia’s powertrain development focuses on integrating hydrogen storage tanks, fuel cell systems, and electric motors, delivering a solution that will be not only without carbon emissions but also cheaper to operate.

The Hangar Safety Manager is responsible for and focal point of the administration, implementation, development, and maintenance of an effective Safety Management System (SMS) throughout the company. They will reporting directly to the Accountable Manager in the UK and have a wider directive to administer best practice throughout the worldwide organisation.

The ideal candidate for the role of Safety Manager will have a knowledge of ICAO standards for a Design (Part 21J) SMS, European air safety requirements, UK H&SE provisions and wider knowledge of best practice in implementing and monitoring company safety manuals. .

Role Requirements:

  • Ability to hold form 4 position for Safety Manager under UK Part 21J and additionally knowledge of best practices within Part 145, Part 21G and Part CAMO regulations.
  • Practical experience and expertise in the application of aviation safety standards and safe operating practices.
  • Knowledge and experience working within a Quality Assurance position managing audits and documenting decision making streams
  • Basic safety investigation techniques and knowledge of aviation ‘Just Culture’
  • Human factors principals
  • Flexible, self motivated, team player with the ability to work collaboratively across all elements of the organisation.
  • Relevant work experience in aviation and working with a number of aircraft.

Diversity and inclusion

ZeroAvia is an equal opportunity employer and as a young company in the aviation industry, we value diversity and need people of different backgrounds that bring a plethora of skills, perspectives, and mindsets to the table that can spur originality, imagination, and creativity. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.

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ZeroAvia is a leader in zero-emission aviation, flying the world’s largest hydrogen-electric aircraft since September 2020. Its focus is the design and commercialization of hydrogen-powered aviation solutions to address a variety of markets, initially targeting short-haul, sub-regional commercial flights up to 500 miles.

To date, ZeroAvia has secured the UK CAA and FAA experimental permit to fly for its 6 seat aircraft powered by hydrogen-electric powertrain, passed significant flight tests, and is on track for commercial deliveries by 2024.

Its achievements to date were rewarded by the UK prime minister by inviting ZeroAvia as a member to the UK Jet Zero Council.

ZeroAvia’s powertrain development focuses on integrating hydrogen storage tanks, fuel cell systems, and electric motors, delivering a solution that will be not only without carbon emissions but also cheaper to operate.

The Hangar Safety Manager is responsible for and focal point of the administration, implementation, development, and maintenance of an effective Safety Management System (SMS) throughout the company. They will reporting directly to the Accountable Manager in the UK and have a wider directive to administer best practice throughout the worldwide organisation.

The ideal candidate for the role of Safety Manager will have a knowledge of ICAO standards for a Design (Part 21J) SMS, European air safety requirements, UK H&SE provisions and wider knowledge of best practice in implementing and monitoring company safety manuals. .

Role Requirements:

  • Ability to hold form 4 position for Safety Manager under UK Part 21J and additionally knowledge of best practices within Part 145, Part 21G and Part CAMO regulations.
  • Practical experience and expertise in the application of aviation safety standards and safe operating practices.
  • Knowledge and experience working within a Quality Assurance position managing audits and documenting decision making streams
  • Basic safety investigation techniques and knowledge of aviation ‘Just Culture’
  • Human factors principals
  • Flexible, self motivated, team player with the ability to work collaboratively across all elements of the organisation.
  • Relevant work experience in aviation and working with a number of aircraft.

Diversity and inclusion

ZeroAvia is an equal opportunity employer and as a young company in the aviation industry, we value diversity and need people of different backgrounds that bring a plethora of skills, perspectives, and mindsets to the table that can spur originality, imagination, and creativity. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.

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