Closure of Western Road 17th-18th February 2018: Both directions of Western Road, L24 will be closed between Hale Road and Dam Wood Road on the 17th&18th February for road repairs. Please be aware when planning your journey to the Airport. Read More

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PERSONAL QUALITIES
• Strong organisational skills.
• Ability to use Information Technology equipment.
• Good written and verbal communication skills.
• Ability to use own initiative and work with minimal supervision.
• Ability to work under pressure and be adaptable.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
• Good administration and organisational skills.
• Must have good working knowledge of Microsoft Packages.
• Approved auditing qualification is desirable.
• IOSH Managing Health & Safety is desirable.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• To ensure all aspects of Airfield Regulatory Compliance are adhered to as per Regulatory requirements.  This will include:
• The management, maintenance and oversight of the Aerodrome Manual, including Emergency Orders and Airport Operational Instructions.
• To carry out compliance audits including Aerodrome Manual controlled copies, Airside Driver Permits, Aircraft Turnaround Audits and Third Party Organisations.
• Take minutes from any meetings relating to regulatory compliance.
• The Regulatory Compliance Co-ordinator will form part of the Airports Compliance /Audit Team.
• To assist the Airports Safety & Compliance Team to plan and co-ordinate the airports annual safety audit programme.
• The co-ordination and the point of contact for CAA (SRG) audit and response.
• Secretarial support for Head of Safety and Airside Operations. 

ANY OTHER INFORMATION/REQUIREMENTS
• General knowledge and understanding of business operations is essential.

WHAT DOES A TYPICAL DAY INVOLVE
The day can be quite varied.
• Attending a range of different meetings or third party audits.
• In the office carrying out updates to airport regulatory compliance documents / procedures.
• Preparing for meetings (issuing of last minutes, agendas etc. prior to the meeting) and putting a report together on what has happened since the last meeting.  Minutes will then be taken during the meeting then typed up and issued to all attendees.
• During a 3rd Party Audit, the airport audit team will visit an airport based company to carry out a safety and compliance audit.  A report will be devised from the visit and action points issued.  A revisit takes place (usually 3 months later) to review the actions raised.
• On a continuous basis Airport Operational Instructions (AOI’s) must be reviewed.  The Regulatory Compliance Co-ordinator is responsible for managing the process of reviewing, updating and issuing the documents. 
• All aerodromes must hold an Aerodrome Manual as a requirement of the Regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).  The Regulatory Compliance Co-ordinator is responsible for managing and updating of the manual and its associated documents (Emergency Orders etc.).
• Secretarial support within the Safety & Compliance Department.