Open position: Compliance Manager KMP-56368 – Closing date: 25/11/2020 Job Details: We are looking to recruit an experienced full-time Compliance Manager (CM) based in Malta: with a start date of early January 2021. The CM will act as the Compliance (and Quality) Manager in accordance with EASA regulations. Where required the CM will also act as the company’s representative in the areas of aviation compliance and quality to 3rd party entities contracting BizAv Services Ltd. Benefits: The opportunity to learn and grow in a reputable international company. Learning and Development provided by the company. Friendly and supportive work environment. Attractive remuneration package based upon experience and qualifications. Flexibility in terms of working hours. Detailed Responsibilities: In addition to regulatory requirements, the CM will be responsible for: Ensuring that the QMS Audit Programme is properly maintained. Whilst acting as BizAv Services representative for contracting organisations: The conduct of the duties and responsibilities of the post being filled under contract with the client, as described in the service level agreement. Ensuring that the relevant requirements of the appropriate aviation regulations as amended and the requirements of the TMCAD and any changes thereto are promulgated to responsible client managers. Facilitate the risk management processes including but not limited to hazard identification, risk assessment and risk mitigation. Develop and maintain the regulatory audit programme. Plan, coordinate and conduct internal and external (client) audits. Requesting corrective and preventative actions related to internal and external audit findings in respect of quality, training, operations and maintenance management policies and procedures. Provide periodic reports on Quality & Compliance and maintain appropriate documentation. Monitor and ensure that corrective and preventative actions are initiated and completed. Maintain up to date documentation, submitting amendments to the TMCAD for approval and prompt distribution of amendments as required by the client. Participation, where requested by the client, in reporting and investigative processes associated with occurrences/incidents/accidents concerning client aircraft. The implementation and continued operation of the ISO 9001:2015 QMS. Provide independent advice and assist on safety matters. Work Experience: The CM will need the following: Up to date knowledge of current aviation regulations and requirements (including ICAO, EASA, Malta AIP and TMCAD requirements). Be an experienced aviation auditor in most of the following areas: Air Operations. Ground Operations. Flight Crew / Cabin Crew Training. EASA Part-M – Continuing Airworthiness. EASA Part-145 – Aircraft Maintenance. Part-147 – Aircraft Maintenance Training. Have previously held the position of Compliance Monitoring Manager, Aviation Quality Manager or Aviation Safety Manager for a minimum of 3 years. A proven track record at management level. Skills/Competencies: Fluent in English (any additional languages will be considered favourably). Highly proficient in IT and web-based systems. Agile, responsive and tenacious; able to work under pressure. Highly driven and self-motivated, with an ability to get the job done. Exceptionally well organised, with a strategic outlook. Personal Attributes: Able to establish rapport and build professional lasting relationships. Positive, confident and determined. Inclusive by nature, able to inspire and motivate teams: a team player. To apply: Complete the Registration Form at: https://bizav.eu/recruitment-job-seeker/ AVIATION CONSULTANCY AVIATION CONSULTANCY MANAGEMENT & CONSULTANCY SERVICES BizAv Services Ltd puts years of aviation experience and expertise at the disposal of its clients by providing highly professional technical aviation consultancy services. Our team of highly qualified and experienced professionals provide qualified support during the critical AOC application phase as part of an AOC project management service. We assist our clients by ensuring they have a comprehensive aviation management support service both prior to the commencement of AOC operations and also once air operations get well under way.