Flight Safety, Fatigue Risk Management Intern Opportunity in US

Location: Ft Worth, TX, US
Req ID: 28374

Location: Flight Training Academy (DFW-FTRN)

Job Description

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The Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) team’s mission is to manage and effectively mitigate fatigue in line operations by evaluation of reported and potential contributing factors and achieving corrective action through analysis of risk, education, validation of programs, and measuring system performance. The FRMS team is responsible for managing the pilot fatigue removal program; fatigue education for all applicable AA employees; the FAA approved alternative method of compliance projects for FAR Part 117; and fatigue research studies in line operations. The team is also responsible for representing and leading industry initiatives on these topics.

The internship program will focus on projects and process studies for the Operations Safety department to assist in fatigue risk management and fatigue safety assurance functions while enhancing Company policy and FAR compliance.

Fatigue education for operational workgroups

Analysis of flight crewmember fatigue reporting events and identifying trends.

Implementation of operational risk management strategies to ensure fitness for duty.

Assist FRMS team in coordination with management and labor unions on analysis of fatigue reports.

Management of sleep study duties and data
Ensuring timely delivery of sleep study tools to crew members.

Administration and enhancement of database containing fatigue related crew and schedule data.

Job Qualifications

Actively pursuing Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Aviation Safety, Management, or related field of study.

Excellent oral and written communications skills required.

A general understanding of commercial aviation is required.

Working knowledge of the FAR’s, human factors and system safety is desired.

Experience with all components of Microsoft Office is required.

Strong organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills are required.

Individual must demonstrate initiative and assertiveness and possess the ability to interact with all levels of management and operating departments, as well as outside agencies.

Pilot experience is preferred but not required

 

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By Ubong Edet

A passionate Health and Safety professional with a good level of field experience and relevant certifications including NEBOSH, OSHA, ISO, etc certifications. An Health and Safety activist who believes in the growth and continual improvement of the profession. He is going all out to create awareness and safe precious lives.

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