Job Purpose: To assist the OCC Manager to respond to changing circumstances on a daily basis by planning the best utilisation of both aircraft and aircrew. Principal Accountabilities: Amendment and management of the daily flight schedule. Amendment and management of the day to day flight rosters and any necessary forward planning in accordance with the FTL scheme. The advising to flight crew of details of duties and other relevant information including any amendments required as a result of changes to the flying programme. Liaison with Operations and Commercial personnel regarding crew availability for specific aircraft fleet requirements, including charter enquiries. The “out of hours” responsibility for the arranging of hotels, airline positioning, taxis etc. for all aircrew (and when required, admin staff) together with the accurate documenting of all relevant requests to third party suppliers. The completion of a full briefing and hand over report...
The Progress Chaser is responsible for the following duties; Purchasing of Aircraft Parts to meet Routine, Critical and AOG Requirements to support the Airlines operations. Chasing outstanding orders with suppliers to meet required deadlines Building working relationships with existing and new suppliers Ensuring cost effectiveness in all areas of the Logistics support functions. Data upkeep within the stock control system. Compliance with the requirements of the ASLI MMOE and relevant Engineering procedures Periodic Stock Checking for accuracy and financial reporting. Invoice checking and validation relating to goods and services purchased.
Reporting to the Logistics Manager the Storesperson is responsible for the following duties; Goods receipt, unpacking and stores inspection of components prior to ‘GR’ Allocation and storage of the part Receipt of unserviceable parts back into stock and subsequent re-packing and return to supplier or despatch for repair Tool Calibration control Shelf life control of stock Upkeep of the ‘in house’ Oases computer system for stock control purposes Compliance with the requirements of the ASLI MMOE and relevant Engineering procedure Ensure compliance with any Dangerous Goods requirements involved in the despatch/receipt process Replenishment of line station stock levels by way of ‘minimum Level’ reporting in OASES Periodic Stock Checking for accuracy and Financial reporting Any other duties as reasonably requested by the Logistics Manager The Storesperson will also be required to maintain an ASL Stores Inspection approval foll...
Based in Swords, Co. Dublin, Ireland, the Deputy Line Maintenance Manager will report to the Line Maintenance Manager. The successful candidate will support the Line Maintenance Manager in the management of Line Maintenance activities for the airline. Primary functions include; Assist with the rostering and management of Line Engineers. Liaising with the Aviation Authority. Liaising with worldwide Contracted Organisations and other suppliers. Liaising with the CAMO department to execute the planning of aircraft maintenance. Ensuring the supply of tooling and equipment to the Line Stations. Liaising with the Logistics department. Liaising with the Quality and Compliance department to ensure the Line Stations are maintained to Part 145 standards. Liaising with the Finance department to ensure the accuracy of invoices and prompt payment of suppliers. Assist with the administration of contracts.
This role has a function covering forward rostering. The purpose of the role may be summarised as follows: To forward plan the company’s rostering requirements culminating in the issue of a timely and accurate aircrew roster on a monthly basis To respond to changing circumstances on a daily basis by planning the best utilisation of aircrew in line with the appropriate FTL schemes and for communication of such plans Forward plan all crew training and leave requirements To provide Support for the Operations Office Principal Accountabilities: The issue of a forward roster for the Company’s fleets which are issued in accordance with the appropriate Operations manuals in terms of timeliness, FTL schemes and the ongoing requirements of crew training, validations, medicals, leave and all other factors needing consideration during the appropriate roster period Management of the day to day flight rosters and any necessary forward planning in acc...
Key Responsibilities: Proactively monitor and control the technical operation from within the MCC to ensure safety and operational integrity is maintained Track and control aircraft defects and formulate plans to ensure timely rectification Provide instant technical assistance and direction to flight crew and line engineers Identify recurring defects and trends and construct rectification plans including in-depth troubleshooting for rectification Liaise with different departments and MRO’s for service recovery Coordinate the recovery of AOG aircraft Formulate and implement plans for service recovery after technical delays or service failures Represent MCC’s interests with other departments, aircraft manufacturers and other suppliers Shall maintain competence on the basis of continued education and training in their area of responsibility. The company will facilitate this process
Based in the Technical Services Department in Swords Co Dublin, this role primarily involves the creation, on-going administration and development of the maintenance plan for the ASL Ireland Fleet, including both line and base maintenance requirements. This role has emphasis on liaising with Technical Services Engineers, Line Maintenance Engineers, Logistics Department and Base Maintenance MRO facilities regarding any issues of a technical nature resulting from the implementation of the maintenance plan.
Reporting to the Technical Services Manager, the Technical Services Engineer will support the Continuing Airworthiness Management activities for the fleet. Primary functions include; • AD/SB review • Maintenance Programme creation and development • Maintenance Planning oversight • Reliability oversight • Liaising with third party sub-contracted CAMO organisations • Inter-departmental communications on fleet Technical Services issues • Aircraft acquisitions/transitions/introduction support
We... - have a small but dedicated and enthusiastic team with lots of energy and passion for what we do - belong to a great Group where we share our values, visions and manage a fleet in excess of 140 jet and turboprop aircraft, providing support to passenger and cargo operators - are located in the heart of Europe within reach of all major cities - aim for a work-life balance to spend quality time on what’s really important
We have 5 core corporate values that underpin everything that we do, right across the ASL group.
Maintaining the highest possible levels of safety and safety oversight is paramount to our operations
Our people make us what we are
A profitable company delivers for its customers
The prime customer requirement and a constant operational focus
Everything we do must be safe, compliant, reliable and of the highest standard