Role: Part 145 Training Manager
Working Hours: 37.5
Job Purpose: To help facilitate and manage the GMO Part 145 and any external training requirements
Effective management, development of the Training Programme
To provide leadership and management control of the UK training organisations activities
Operating an effective, efficient group structure
Handling disciplinary meetings, grievances and informal disputes with guidance from HR
Monitor training and development programs.
Maintain and develop a coordinated engagement and working relationship with other training providers, professional training bodies and internal stakeholders.
Responsible to the Group Technical Training Manager to help ensure the training organisation remains in compliance with EASA Part 145 regulations.
Ensuring Training procedures are up to date and effective
Ensure regulatory change, NPA’s & Discussions relating to training are reviewed and appropriate changes made to company procedures.
The preparation and control of the training budget linked to Groups strategic objectives
Professional oversight of GMO Apprentices
Continued development of the group training capability to become a third party training provider and revenue generator.
Focal point of contact for executives and employees with regard to all training, further education and development measures
Key Performance Indicators
Classroom feedback scores
Personal Development target attainment
Help the group remain within the confines of spend within budget targets
All non-conformances and safety reports against the group training departments are answered promptly and effectively
Training material kept up-to-date with recent developments and experiences.
Capabilities Profile – technical skills/knowledge, experience & track record.
Confident with strong communication, negotiation and People Management skills, with an ability to manage stakeholders, customers and suppliers, often in difficult circumstances
Confident decision-maker with the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
Flexibility with regards to working hours and responsibilities.
Excellent communication and instructional skills.
The ability to work on own initiative within a team environment
Excellent inter-personal, organisational and administrative skills.
Attention to detail, analytical and patient approach.
Recognised IT Presentation/Creation accreditation
Aircraft maintenance exposure
EASA B1/B2 Licence
Qualifications, Training, Professional Memberships or Accreditations
Excellent IT and administration skills with the ability to produce training material and procedures.
Detailed working knowledge of EASA Part 145, 147 and 66 requirements.
Proven relevant experience.
An experienced supervisory/ managerial background
Direct reports: UK Apprentices
Closing date: 23rd April 2018 (may close earlier depending on applications recieved).