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Job Detail (EXPIRED): Manager, Cabin Safety & Inflight Regulatory Compliance

View ALL AVIATION JOBS (last updated Sat, Feb 06, 2016 at 22:40 EST)
COMPANY: America West Airlines DATE:
POSITION: Manager, Cabin Safety & Inflight Regulatory Compliance

Ensure InFlight Services meetsall Federal Aviation Regulations
(FARs)and Transportation Security Regulations (TSRs) and to
coordinate these compliance requirements with other departments.
Act as key interface with the FAA Cabin Safety Inspector; develop
and maintain a strong, positive working relationship. Analyze and
research cabin safety issues and then develop summary
presentations and make sound recommendations based on
findings. Investigates and responds to letters of investigation and
FAA inquiries. Processes Inflight self-disclosures to FAA.
Participates in aircraft induction process. Represents InFlight
Regulatory Compliance with all new security requirements (i.e.,
ensures compliance and develops appropriate
policies/procedures). Conducts periodic enroute audits of charter
flights. Conducts periodic audits of regulatory topics in Charter,
GSC and CSR training. Interfaces with AWA Operations Regulatory
Compliance and Safety Department. Ensures InFlight management
team is current on FARs and TSRs; ensures compliance is
maintained and takes corrective action when necessary. Acts as
point of contact to FAA Cabin Safety Inspector. Conducts various
audits on critical and routine areas of importance, including all
InFlight regulatory processes, charters, event reporting, manual
currency boards, exit seating procedures, carry-on baggage, and
general flight attendant compliance with FARs. Writes audit reports,
FAA responses, and internal responses regarding regulatory
compliance and safety issues. Contributes to InFlight and other
department newsletters and employee briefs. Directs and
facilitates all aspects of special interest/problem areas for
satisfactory improvement and compliance (e.g., Charter Project,
Exit Seating Program, and Intoxicated Passenger Program).
Completes ad-hoc regulatory-compliance-related projects,
including disruptive passenger process, smoking ban violation
process, carry-on baggage compliance program, event reporting
flow, DOT auditor program, cabin safety and FAA audit program.
Maintains and revises FAA-approvedAWA Exit Seating Program to
include updating manual. Oversees alcohol-related event reporting
process; chooses cases for FAA investigation. Participates in
Emergency Response Team, InFlight ECC Committee, and ATA
Cabin Operations Committee. Represents Inflight Department in all
internal safety and regulatory cross-over meetings. Participates in
Flight Attendant New Hire, Recurrent and Recall training classes.
Analyzes cabin safety trends and disseminates summary
information to appropriate departments. Conducts thorough
research of cabin safety and other safety issues pertinent to flight
attendants. Prepares responses to Flight Attendant Irregularity
Reports regarding cabin safety and regulatory issues. Participates
in the safety debrief process. Represents InFlight with regards to
Engineering Service Requests. Acts as InFlight representative to
MedAir. Analyzes flight attendant OJI incidents and recommends
cabin environment improvements based on sound research and
data analysis. Analyzes and quantifies onboard passenger medical
emergencies. Interfaces with AFA on cabin safety issues. Develops
and implements programs designed to protect the health and
safety of flight attendants and passengers.

Superior knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations &
Transportation Security Administration Regulations
Ability to travel and be away from home for extended periods
Undergraduate degree or equivalent experience /training
Flight attendant experience or InFlight management experience
Experience acting as department liaison with various internal
departments, other airlines, and government regulatory agencies
Excellent analytical thinking abilities, with demonstrated effective
capabilities in data collection, research, report/presentation
preparation, and problem resolution
Strong verbal and written communication skills, including ability to
effectively interface with employees at all levels within the
organization as well as external agencies
Proficient with Microsoft Office software and other applicable
programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, and Maestro)
Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills; Ability to multi-
task, reprioritize effectively, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced,
dynamic work environment
Ability to balance applying regulations to company processes
without unnecessary burden to company

America West Holdings Corporation does not accept unsolicited
resumes, you must apply to a specific posted position. To submit
your resume for a posted position with America West Airlines
and/or The Leisure Company, please use one of the following
application methods:

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America West Airlines
Attn: (include Reference Code from job posting here)
4000 E. Sky Harbor Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85034

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Mailing Address:
America West Airlines
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4000 E. Sky Harbor Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
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