Posted on :
21 Jun, 2021
21 Jun, 2021
To perform oversight and surveillance in accordance with the GA Operational MOSP and determine the operational level of safety that general, sport and recreational aviation operations can achieve and do achieve during
-Review and make recommendations regarding the approval, issuance or amendment of the following;
Job Title: Airworthiness Inspector
Location: Germiston, Gauteng, South Africa
Reference #: Airworthiness – GA
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Market Related
General, sport and recreational aviation aircraft Inspections (Part 43, Part 44, Part 91, Part 94, Part 105)
a.conduct routine planned and ad-hoc oversight, surveillance and inspections, such as the inspection of aircraft and continued airworthiness at an airfield apron, site or base and carry out oversight or checks considered necessary at prescribed intervals;
b.conduct such inspections or oversight in accordance with an established work programme and applicable standard procedures and instructions;
c.advise the operator, in writing, of any significant deficiency, requesting a proposal for remedial action;
d.conduct follow-up on inspection reports to ensure that appropriate action has been taken in a timely manner;
e.submit reports on each inspection or investigation in the manner prescribed, and complete and process on the applicable inspection forms;
f.investigate and report, as required, possible violations of the basic aviation law or related safety operating regulations and rules;
g.continuously review the operator’s pertinent documentation (e.g. operations, policies, operating instructions) and information to staff and system of amendments to determine whether they are accurate and made available in a timely manner to persons requiring their use;
h.keep appropriate CAA inspectorate staff informed on all aspects of current operations in general; and
i.conduct qualification, approval and supervisory activities with respect to personnel proposed as designated examiners by an operator.
j.Perform duties delegated and incidental to the SACAA requirements.
Grade 12 (Matric) or equivalent and hold an aircraft maintenance engineers license or a related trade in the aviation maintenance environment e.g. aircraft mechanic.
Maintenance and Acquisition of Specialist Skills:
Keep abreast of and remain proficient in specialist skills, knowledge human factors, regulations and new developments of technology.
Proposals and Revision of Standards:
Proactively research, develop and propose the specific standards to be applied in the area of airworthiness and maintenance of aircraft.
Communications and Safety PromotionConduct and project a satisfactory and positive image of the SACAA to all stakeholders.
Provide industry feedback to the Authority.
Promote public relations and aviation safety and standards by proposing improvements in airworthiness and maintenance requirements.
ReportsReport with recommendation and outcomes of all oversight, surveillance and inspections
Ensure reports are accurate, detailed and submitted on time as required by department and section managers
An added advantage will be working knowledge, experience and understanding of;
a)Non-Type Certificated Aircraft technical, maintenance and airworthiness requirements,
b)Event and disaster management,
c)Crime investigations and procedures,
All SACAA appointments are subject to S98 of the Civil Aviation Act, 13 of 2009 and all successful candidates will be subjected to security vetting.
Preference will be given to Employment Equity candidates in line with Employment Equity Targets.
If you have not heard from us within 90 days after your CV has been received by us, please consider your application unsuccessful.
Application Deadline: 05/07/2021