LocationLas Vegas, NV
DeptSafety & Security
The Fatigue Risk Management Specialist is responsible for the daily management, implementation, and execution of projects and programs within Allegiant's Safety and Security department related to pilot fatigue risk management.
Visa Sponsorship Available No
Combination of Education and Experience will be considered. Must be authorized to work in the US as defined by the Immigration Act of 1986. Must pass a Criminal Background Check.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Education Details: In a related field.
Years of Experience: Minimum two (2) years of experience in air carrier flight operations.
•FAR Part 117 or Crew Scheduling-related experience at an airline.
•Knowledge of Fatigue Risk Management Programs or Fatigue Risk Management Systems.
•Knowledge of Safety Management Systems.
•Project management and data analytical skills.
•Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
•Education in aviation management or safety-related areas.
•FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate, Instrument Rating.
•Experience in fatigue risk management.
•Experience in human factors.
•Experience in safety investigations.
•Knowledge of airline operations.
•Proficient with Microsoft Access.
•Strong organizational and time-management skills.
•Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
•Ability to stay focused and work under pressure.
•Strong work ethic, ability to work in a fast-paced deadline-driven environment, and a positive attitude toward teamwork.
•Support the Flight Operations Fatigue Risk Management Program (FO-FRMP) to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, laws, and policies.
•Maintain liaison with company management, unions, and government agencies regarding issues and actions taken to correct them to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, laws, and policies. Supports in document preparation and organization for non-compliance.
•Develop and monitor systems and databases for the Fatigue Risk Management Programs as needed.
•Assist in the development, analysis, and trending of FAR Part 117 required reporting.
•Oversee fatigue risk data collection from fatigue reports, ASAP reports, FOQA events, and other data sources. Support investigation, analysis, and responses to these reports.
•Responsible for the coordination of the Fatigue Risk Review Committee under the FO-FRMP and for development and maintenance of the committees’ procedures and practices.
•Support the Fatigue Risk Review Committee by performing analysis to identify causal factors in fatigue events.
•Coordinate with departmental subject matter experts and other departments as necessary to identify issues and develop corrective actions related to fatigue risk management.
•Develop policies and procedures for mitigating fatigue risks and measure the effectiveness of through the Safety Management System (SMS).
•Assist with the development and support of Fatigue Risk Management Systems.
•Proactively identify fatigue hazards within crew scheduling. Perform fatigue trip and calendar analysis utilizing fatigue modeling.
•Accomplish the identification, justification, design, and execution of fatigue research studies to support FRMS Alternative Methods of Compliance (AMOCs).
•Ensure the FO-FRMP and FRMS AMOC records, and associated regulatory documentation remain updated with current approvals.
•Design and deliver FO-FRMP and FRMS training packages to pilots and other employees required for regulatory compliance.
•Produce and disseminate safety information on the management of fatigue to pilots and operations management groups.
•Create fatigue data reports and analyses for senior management and other stakeholders.
•Coordinate with SMS personnel to evaluate trends and identify cross departmental safety issues.
•Evaluate and support key business areas in the development of procedures to mitigate fatigue risk.
•Act as a representative in the Emergency Command Center or Emergency Response Team, as assigned.
•Participate in industry Safety forums such as InfoShare.
•Maintain proficiency processing Safety Event Reports for flight operations.
•Assist in Flight Operations and dispatch related investigations as required.
•Other duties as assigned.
The Physical Demands and Work Environment described here are a representative of those that must be met by a Team Member to successfully perform the essential functions of the role. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the role.
Office - While performing the duties of this job, the Team Member is regularly required to stand, sit, talk, hear, see, reach, stoop, kneel, and use hands and fingers to operate a computer, key board, printer, and phone. May be required to lift, push, pull, or carry up to 20 lbs. May be required to work various shifts/days in a 24-hour situation. Regular attendance is a requirement of the role. Exposure to moderate noise (i.e. business office with computers, phones, printers, and foot traffic), temperature and light fluctuations. Ability to work in a confined area as well as the ability to sit at a computer terminal for an extended period of time. Some travel may be a requirement of the role.
Essential Services Provider
Allegiant as a national air carrier is deemed an essential service provider during declared national and state emergencies. Team Members will be required to report to their assigned trip or work location during national and state emergencies unless prohibited by local, state or federal order.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Disability/Veteran
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People of color, women, LGBTQIA+, immigrants, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.