Key Roles and Responsibilities:
Responsible for operational control. Includes all flight operations, vendors and relationships such as dispatch, crewmembers and training. Partners with the Director of Maintenance to ensure that all aircraft have appropriate operational equipment, and that operating limitations and flight procedures are appropriate for the approved areas, routes and airports.
Represents in various capacities within the aviation industry. Acts as the primary interface with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable regulations, policies, procedures and guidelines including but not limited to ensuring all employees have the necessary documents to perform the functions of their positions in compliance with all applicable regulations Air Carrier Certificate and associated Operations Specifications.
Responsible for the development, maintenance and currency of the ACAS Manual system and is the owner of the General Operations Manual (GOM) and the OPSPECs.
Responsible for the oversight, content, quality and control of various regulatory programs as they pertain to ACAS including the Cold Weather Management Program (CWP) Hazardous Material (HazMat) Recognition Program and ensures the non-carriage of HazMat & Dangerous Goods, Carry-on Baggage Program and Exit Seating Program.
Responsible for recordkeeping for operations and maintenance training records and aircraft maintenance records.
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