● An exciting opportunity to become a valued and integral part of a growing international aviation safety organization
● 3 Year Contract full-time position open to All Applicants
● Based in Port Vila
The mission of the Pacific Aviation Safety Office (PASO) is to establish a collaborative and regionally based aviation safety and security oversight programme for the benefit of stakeholders and the region. In pursuing this mission, PASO has committed itself “to provide for continuous improvement in the quality of aviation safety and security oversight services to comply with international standards, required under the PICASST and ICAO Conventions”.
Reporting to the Regional Manager the Security Inspector conducts regulatory security audits for Member States in accordance with their Workplans.
Assist States to carry out required oversight on aviation security service providers and including regulated cargo agents
Effective day to day communication and liaison with the PASO Operations Staff on State work requests and matters requiring aviation security services inputs, support, and actions to ensure that PASO respond to, and action States request in a timely manner while adhering to PASO policies and procedures.
Essential Selection Criteria
► Has experience with the international facilitation and security-related aspects of ICAO Annex 9 to civil aviation security and the security controls and procedures to cause a minimum of interference and delay of goods, services, and passenger across the border
► Has knowledge and experience in the handling of dangerous goods intended to be transported by air
► An up-to-date understanding of conventions on the threat to civil aviation
► Experience in applying and developing technical policy and procedures
► An appreciation of the requirements and functions of ICAO
► Holds an internationally recognised safety and quality management systems certificate or have experience working in an integrated quality and safety management systems
► An in-depth understanding of the Pacific Regional (NZ) civil aviation legislative and regulatory framework and other statutory requirements
► Has experience with the development and implementation of national aviation security programs including the National Civil Aviation Security Program (NCASP), the National Civil Aviation Security Quality Control Program (NCASQCP), and the National Civil Aviation Security Training Program (NCASTP)
► Has experience with the operational procedures and administrative requirements for aviation security operations including screening operations, physical infrastructure and aircraft security and training, standards, quality assurance and security risk assessment
► Is able to use core Microsoft suite and Outlook email software
Please read the Job Description before applying.
Applications for this role must be submitted online using the link below.
Applications closed on Sun 21 November 2021