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Rostering Officer


Gama Aviation
Salary: £30,000
Location: Farnborough Airport
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Ciaran Thorogood
Sector: Operations
Job Role: Executive Positions Jobs
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The Rostering Officer at Gama Aviation is in direct liaison with the Director of Flight Operations and Post Holder Ground Operations on all crew rostering matters and is fully conversant with the terms and conditions of the Company’s Air Operator’s Certificate.

The main purpose of the role is to legally and successfully crew all flights in the most efficient and safe way, whilst ensuring effective crewing within the limits of the resources available and maximising ever changing operational scenarios.

Scope of Role: 

  • Maintains Crew Schedule for all Gama Aviation Pilots
  • Collects and accurately stores flight crew information for reports to management
  • To react to crewing issues as they arise in liaison with the Aircraft Guardians.

Specific role context:

The Rostering Officer plans and executes the flight crew requirements for all flights and ensures that this is done in accordance with all relevant regulations and safety requirements. This role combines the need for pilot training with the normal operational schedule and interfaces with the training department.

Main duties and responsibilities:

  • Preparation and Distribution of crew rosters in accordance with company flight and duty limitations
  • Ensure that all flights are crewed in accordance with aviation regulations
  • Ensure 24/7 crew coverage by implementing schedule changes as and when required
  • Liaison with the Travel department, regarding the arrangement of crew duty travel and hotel accommodations as required
  • Coordination with DFO, Chief Pilot and Fleet Managers for the rostering of ground, aircraft or simulator training and checks
  • Communicate crew roster information to all flight crews in a timely manner
  • Monitor Crew Headcount and requirements for additional headcount through attrition and growth.
  • Assign scheduled, unscheduled and standby crew duties in accordance with the company flight and duty limitations.
  • Implement Company scheduling agreements and FTL variations.
  • Provide information concerning crew usage to management
  • Responsible for the efficient and cost effective scheduling of the flight crew
  • Ensure crew duty assignments are in accordance with FTL regulations and variations as approved by the Regulatory Authority.
  • Managing flight crew leave allocation, recruitment, training in conjunction with Fleet and Training Management to ensure an efficient flying programme.
  • Provision of monthly pilot duty report to the Flight Operations Manager
  • Resolution of crew scheduling problems as and when they arise
  • Forecast crew requirement based on additions or changes to the long term schedules
  • Assuring that flight crew members are certified, qualified, trained and meet currency requirements in accordance
  • Implementing changes to the roster as directed by the DFO or Ground Ops Manager
  • Assist Finance with processing pilot pay claims
  • Assist Payroll with ad hoc crew pay changes/issues.
  • Communicate crew travel and transport requirements to Travel department, for all known planned crew movements.
  • Control of Company essential documents and any other duties as deemed necessary by the operational needs of the business.

The Person:

Ideally you will have at least 2 years’ experience in a similar role

  • The Rostering Officer requires basic knowledge of the Aviation industry as a whole and will need to be able to understand the Company FTL Scheme, EASA training and licencing requirements and crew Visa requirements/applications.
  • You will be an efficient motivator and mentor, able to encourage the department and effectively manage all crew.
  • Must be well organised and focused on achieving results, to ensure effective organisation of schedules and long-term targets.
  • You will be able to work under pressure and in time constraints, remaining composed and calm.
  • You will be an excellent communicator, understanding the needs of others and answering any queries efficiently.

Competencies:

  • approachability; performance management
  • problem-solving; strong positive communication skills (verbal and written)
  • project management skills; ability to work with minimal supervision in a team environment professional aptitude; multi-tasking and adaptability in an aggressive growth environment
  • professionalism, flexibility, initiative and time management skills
  • Basic knowledge of aircraft maintenance and HR is a distinct advantage

 

Base:                     Head Office, Farnborough

Hours:                   Full-time 40 hour week, Monday to Friday (between the hours of 8.00am and 6.00pm - some flexibility on start/finish times)

Benefits:              Pension, Private Healthcare, Life Assurance, Travel Insurance, Group Health Scheme. 20 days annual leave + Bank Holidays.

Evening ‘out-of-hours’ cover will be required as part of an ongoing department rota

No commission is paid however an incentive scheme for ‘out-of-hours’ bookings is being considered

Holiday entitlement: 20 days + bank holidays

 

The Rostering Officer at Gama Aviation is in direct liaison with the Director of Flight Operations and Post Holder Ground Operations on all crew rostering matters and is fully conversant with the terms and conditions of the Company’s Air Operator’s Certificate.

The main purpose of the role is to legally and successfully crew all flights in the most efficient and safe way, whilst ensuring effective crewing within the limits of the resources available and maximising ever changing operational scenarios.

Scope of Role: 

  • Maintains Crew Schedule for all Gama Aviation Pilots
  • Collects and accurately stores flight crew information for reports to management
  • To react to crewing issues as they arise in liaison with the Aircraft Guardians.

Specific role context:

The Rostering Officer plans and executes the flight crew requirements for all flights and ensures that this is done in accordance with all relevant regulations and safety requirements. This role combines the need for pilot training with the normal operational schedule and interfaces with the training department.

Main duties and responsibilities:

  • Preparation and Distribution of crew rosters in accordance with company flight and duty limitations
  • Ensure that all flights are crewed in accordance with aviation regulations
  • Ensure 24/7 crew coverage by implementing schedule changes as and when required
  • Liaison with the Travel department, regarding the arrangement of crew duty travel and hotel accommodations as required
  • Coordination with DFO, Chief Pilot and Fleet Managers for the rostering of ground, aircraft or simulator training and checks
  • Communicate crew roster information to all flight crews in a timely manner
  • Monitor Crew Headcount and requirements for additional headcount through attrition and growth.
  • Assign scheduled, unscheduled and standby crew duties in accordance with the company flight and duty limitations.
  • Implement Company scheduling agreements and FTL variations.
  • Provide information concerning crew usage to management
  • Responsible for the efficient and cost effective scheduling of the flight crew
  • Ensure crew duty assignments are in accordance with FTL regulations and variations as approved by the Regulatory Authority.
  • Managing flight crew leave allocation, recruitment, training in conjunction with Fleet and Training Management to ensure an efficient flying programme.
  • Provision of monthly pilot duty report to the Flight Operations Manager
  • Resolution of crew scheduling problems as and when they arise
  • Forecast crew requirement based on additions or changes to the long term schedules
  • Assuring that flight crew members are certified, qualified, trained and meet currency requirements in accordance
  • Implementing changes to the roster as directed by the DFO or Ground Ops Manager
  • Assist Finance with processing pilot pay claims
  • Assist Payroll with ad hoc crew pay changes/issues.
  • Communicate crew travel and transport requirements to Travel department, for all known planned crew movements.
  • Control of Company essential documents and any other duties as deemed necessary by the operational needs of the business.

The Person:

Ideally you will have at least 2 years’ experience in a similar role

  • The Rostering Officer requires basic knowledge of the Aviation industry as a whole and will need to be able to understand the Company FTL Scheme, EASA training and licencing requirements and crew Visa requirements/applications.
  • You will be an efficient motivator and mentor, able to encourage the department and effectively manage all crew.
  • Must be well organised and focused on achieving results, to ensure effective organisation of schedules and long-term targets.
  • You will be able to work under pressure and in time constraints, remaining composed and calm.
  • You will be an excellent communicator, understanding the needs of others and answering any queries efficiently.

Competencies:

  • approachability; performance management
  • problem-solving; strong positive communication skills (verbal and written)
  • project management skills; ability to work with minimal supervision in a team environment professional aptitude; multi-tasking and adaptability in an aggressive growth environment
  • professionalism, flexibility, initiative and time management skills
  • Basic knowledge of aircraft maintenance and HR is a distinct advantage

 

Base:                     Head Office, Farnborough

Hours:                   Full-time 40 hour week, Monday to Friday (between the hours of 8.00am and 6.00pm - some flexibility on start/finish times)

Benefits:              Pension, Private Healthcare, Life Assurance, Travel Insurance, Group Health Scheme. 20 days annual leave + Bank Holidays.

Evening ‘out-of-hours’ cover will be required as part of an ongoing department rota

No commission is paid however an incentive scheme for ‘out-of-hours’ bookings is being considered

Holiday entitlement: 20 days + bank holidays

 


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