The role forms part of our Fatigue Risk Management team responsible for driving innovations within safety best practice across the industry, to transform easyJet into the world’s leading data driven airline. The team is made up of a group of subject matter experts working collaboratively to guide and support safety as our number one priority, while also developing innovative bespoke solutions to the more complex problems. The team works closely with numerous internal stakeholders across easyJet and external research parties on multiple projects.
Reporting to the FRMS Assurance Manager, the FRMS Assurance Officer supports the FRMS function by developing and delivering training programmes, carrying out roster performance analysis, sampling, and reporting. Auditing process and associated documentation and investigating incidents relating to roster exceedances, violations, and expiries. This is a safety critical role and plays an integral part in the Integrated Management System (IMS)
> Training: Design and delivery of FTL and regulatory training courses to flight deck and cabin crew as part of initial and recurrent training. Design and delivery of FTL and regulatory training courses for Operations Planning and ICC staff for both initial and recurrent training purposes. Design and delivery of ruleset training courses as appropriate. Design and delivery of fatigue awareness training courses. Compilation of staff training records.
> Roster Compliance: Compilation, analysis and review of Commander’s Discretion and Authority usage. Compilation, analysis and review of FTL violations including administration of the Violation Occurrence Reporting (VOR) process within SafetyNet. Oversight of expiry violations in conjunction with the VOR process. Production of monthly reports for use within Group safety forums and for Regulator and Competent Authority liaison purposes. Review and sample rosters in support of quality assurance processes and safety cases.
> Roster Standards: In liaison with FRMS Safety, review and sample roster output to ensure standards are compatible with fatigue guidance. · Investigate and report compatibility with agreed roster practice as contained within the relevant training courses. Ensure all identified issues are documented for the purposes of remedial and corrective training as required. Identify and reconcile anomalies arising from crew record compilation. Provide consultancy services in terms of compliance issues and associated system integrity.
> Process and Audit. In liaison with the FRMS Assurance Manager compile and update the departmental process manuals ensuring they accurately reflect current practice, structures and timelines. Ensure that all processes are correctly embodied in the relevant training material. Review the Operations Planning/ICC Notices process as it relates to Rostering and Crewing issues and ensure compatibility with the appropriate manual entries Support Department preparations for all internal and external audits. Recommend changes to departmental process as applicable.
> FRMS: Ensure that all training and process documentation reflects the appropriate FRMS guidance. Maintain a comprehensive understanding of FRMS principles. Support the Group FRMS to enable the highest practical levels of crew efficiency and utilisation within a safe and sustainable operating environment.
KEY SKILLS REQUIRED
> The ability to design and deliver tailored training courses.
> Detailed knowledge and understanding of EASA FTL, Fatigue Risk Management Crew Roster Rules, industrial agreements, European and national WTD and FRMS principles.
> Oral and written communication skills.
> Ability to work on own initiative to predefined deadlines prioritising workload as required.
> A good all-round standard of education; numerate, literate and with appropriate computer skills.
> Analytical ability.
> Adaptability and flexibility within a team environment
> A commitment to safety combined with an appreciation of commercial business expectations.
> Flexible, fun and inclusive work environment
> Competitive base salary
> Up to 20% bonus
> 25 days holiday
> BAYE, SAYE & Performance share schemes
> 5% pension
> Life Assurance
> Flexible benefits package including holiday days purchase
> Staff Travel Benefits
LOCATION & HOURS OF WORK
We know that flexibility, balance and wellbeing are more important than ever right now. Whether that’s working remotely or needing extra support when times are tough.
This full-time role will be based in Luton (Hybrid/remote working options available) and will be 40 hours per week. Remember, we are always #happytotalkflex