Advertising Salary:
£34,537 plus monthly shift allowance
Advertising End Date:
15 Aug 2022
Vacancy Type
Permanent

Job Description:

In the absence of the Airside Operation Duty Manager, the Deputy Airside Operations Duty Manager is accountable for leading the team of Airside Officers, responsible for maintaining a fully compliant, operational and safe airfield, 24 hours a day 365 days a year.

 
Salary for this role is £34,537 plus monthly shift allowance. However, there will be an increase in salary whenever stepping up to this position (on per hour worked basis).

Person Specification:

  • Ensure that safety is given the highest priority at all times in meeting operational standards, create an environment that actively encourages a safety culture in the day to day management of the airfield.
  • Responsible for the effective implementation, the continuing application and continuous review of all airside activities to comply with regulatory, statutory and other airport operational policies, processes, documents and notices.
  • Responsible for the effective implementation and the continuing application of all safeguarding policies, processes, documents and notices are strictly adhered to (e.g. crane permits, etc.).
  • Act, when required, on behalf of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), e.g. detention of aircraft, mandatory occurrence reporting, bird strikes, etc.
  • Ensure personal and team compliance with all policies, processes, documents, notices, regulatory, legal and statutory obligations.
  • Provide leadership, guidance and purpose to the team to achieve the stated objectives. Performance should be measured and managed on a regular basis against agreed objectives.Objectives should be meaningful and aligned with business and departmental goals.
  • Implement, when applicable, all people policies and processes effectively with your team (e.g. recruitment, absence management, performance management, grievance, disciplinary).
  • Contribute to the airport wide KPI dashboards and other reporting tools, ensuring appropriate updates reflect the airside operational status for safety, environmental, operational and service standards.
  • Deliver the airfield operation within the agreed budgetary parameters.
  • Input where appropriate, to ensure that all capital and revenue projects are aligned to the airfield operational needs. Assist with the delivery of airside capital and revenue projects, which will allow improvements in; safety, environmental, operational and service standards.
  • Work closely with all business partners to deliver a compliant, safe and efficient operation. Ensure that the Airside Operations department delivers a customer focused and professional service, responding to customers concerns and requirements.
  • Ensure that the airfield business continuity plans, the risk register and risk assessments are regularly reviewed, with any learning points identified and incorporated into new and improved airfield procedures.
  • Manage and control the airfield team during any potential periods of operational disruption (e.g. adverse weather, industrial action, system failures).To respond as per the requirements of Edinburgh Airport current policies and procedures (e.g.Emergency Orders, Winter Operation Plans, Aircraft Recovery Orders, Diversionary Status).
  • Active participation in contingency programmes (e.g. snowman).

Qualifications and Experience:

  • A specific safety or environmental qualification would be desirable, or demonstrable knowledge and experience within this area
  • Airside Operations experience is essential
  • Operational knowledge of the boundaries and constraints involved in a regulatory environment.
  • Experience of Safety Management Systems, Risk Assessments and Business Continuity Plans.
  • Commercial awareness; evidence of delivering goals or strategy to achieve organisational objective
  • Should be able to demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal, at all levels of the organisation and with external organisations.
  • High level of competence with IT systems and packages.
  • Valid, full DVLA drivers licence (or equivalent).
  • The ability to hold a Firearms, Shotgun and Ammunitions licence

 

Framework and boundaries

  • To ensure that the airside safety, environmental and operational standards set by the business, CAA, EASA and any other relevant regulatory bodies are effectively implemented.

     

  • The post holder will be expected to actively contribute to the formulation of Airside Operations policies relating to airside safety, environmental and operational standards.

     

  • As required, the post holder will be expected to represent the airfield department on project boards and other departmental (internal and external) meetings as required.

 

Business Behaviours

Competency:   Deliver High Performance / Be Curious
 Observable outcome: Challenges self and others to improve performance
 
Competency:   Change & Improve / Provide Meaning
 Observable outcome: Sets a clear context for, delivers and embeds sustainable change
 
Competency: Grow Through Learning / Enable Others
Observable outcome: Actively coach’s others
 
Competency: Focus on the Future / Enable Others
Observable outcome: Works with others in developing options for the future
 
 
 
 

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