Job Type : Permanent, Full Time
Salary : £25000 – £30000/annum Plus benefits
Air Personnel are delighted to support their client in Oxford for the role of Operations Controller
Operations Controller is responsible for:
Responsible for the safe and efficient scheduling of aeroplanes, in liaison with the CAM to ensure that aeroplane utilization, punctuality and maintenance needs are met.
Responsible for the day to day operation of the Company Flight Time Limitations (FTL) scheme, including ensuring that all relevant Crew Duty records are maintained in accordance with the approved scheme.
Ensuring that discretion reports, or any deficiencies in return flight paperwork, are brought to the attention of the CP and actioning any findings.
The co-ordination of all activities in the operations department, and between departments and third party service providers such as ground handlers, fuel suppliers, caterers, airport authorities and other carriers.
Ensuring that a duty watch is maintained throughout the period when aeroplane operations are taking place, maintaining a watch log, recording all incidents, actions, communications, etc., relevant to the flight programme, and the preparation of a written, accurate handover/status report for the incoming duty officer.
The allocation of aeroplanes for flight programs, and the scheduling of training flights in all aspects.
Maintenance of operational status boards showing planned schedules, ontime or delay status, and aeroplane technical status.
Maintaining a close liaison with the CAM on all matters concerning the continued serviceability of the Company's fleet with specific regard to maintaining contract commitments and schedules.
Preparing pre-flight documentation, including customs and airfield clearances, applying for slots, provision of fuel, ground handling services and hotel accommodation, including:
Ensuring all necessary diplomatic and over-flight clearances are obtained to fly the commercial programme.
Post-flight vetting checks of documentation returned to the company to ensure conformity with regulations, drawing the attention of the Chief Pilot to any errors therein
Maintaining the operations library, including all relevant statutory documents, AIP's, Notams, Maps and Charts, Navigation Logs, and other documents needed for the purposes of reference and flight planning. Ensuring that all Company Jeppesen airways and all Company Operations Manuals are kept at current revision status.
Ensuring that company aeroplanes are supplied with appropriate documents in compliance with the Company Operations Manual and appropriate legislation. Performing regular audits of aeroplane documentation to ensure that aeroplane documentation and on-board libraries are complete and current.
Charter sales and trip quoting through Avinode.
Collation and allocation of trip related costs
Any additional tasks as allocated by the Chief Pilot.
If you are a dynamic flexible individual who is looking for a new challenge, then this is a perfect opportunity to join a fantastic growing aviation company.
You will ideally be living local to Oxford Airport, no more than an hour's drive away or be willing to relocate
Please call Michelle or email a CV for further details
- Address Oxford, Oxfordshire