Global Simulator Training Group is Looking to Hire a Training Center Manager for US Location
US headquartered FlightSafety International is looking to hire a Center Manager for its Savannah, GA, United States location. The Simulator Training Center has training capabilities for Gulfstream G280, G450, G550, G650 and G500/G600 aircraft. Please see the job post below;
“Purpose of Position:
- Maintain an on-going commitment to the promotion of FlightSafety International’s image as the factory designated training organization.
- For Lead Learning Centers: Ensure that Lead Learning Center responsibilities are provided to the appropriate Satellite Learning Center(s).
- For Satellite Learning Centers: Ensure that proper coordination and communication with the Lead Learning Center is established and maintained.
- Ten (10) years of related experience.
- Five + (5) years of management experience.
- Aviation related experience in management, marketing and/or administration of technical training, highly desirable.
- Experience related to operating and/or managing a small business or corporate cost center, desired.
- Plan, direct and organize Center’s activities to ensure FlightSafety International’s overall goals and objectives are achieved while providing Customers with a quality training experience.
- Seek new ways to improve Learning Center Operations, quality of training products and Learning Center profitability on a continuous basis.
- Establish quality objectives at the Learning Center that are in support of, and consistent with, the quality objectives established for Operations.
- Prepare the Center’s Business Action Plan (BAP) and updates.
- Exercise sound cost control measures.
- Analyze and justify new training equipment, capital improvements, and personnel resources.
Teamwork – Internal and External Activities:
- Establish and maintain a ‘Customer oriented’ business relationship with each Customer (company, client, vendor, aircraft manufacturer, etc.) impacting FlightSafety International’s business served at the Center.
- Communicate to Center teammates the importance of meeting Customer, statutory and regulatory requirements.
- Disseminate the quality policy throughout the Center.
- Coordinate with the aircraft manufacturer(s) to ensure compliance with the respective training Service Agreement(s) while promoting and maintaining a spirit of teamwork and business partnership, where applicable.
- Interact with the Director of Regulatory Affairs, as necessary. Examples of interaction include, but are not limited to, identification of nonconforming training, regulatory self-disclosures, changes in Center Manager or Director of QMS/Quality Control (DOQ/QC), additions/deletions of training programs, identification of nonconformities that are regulatory in nature, etc.
- Interact with other management level personnel, i.e. Center Management Team, Functional Directors, other Center Managers, Corporate Management, etc.
- Coordinate support of simulators and other Flight Training Devices (FTDs) with the Supervisor of Flight Training Devices and the Simulation Systems Division (SSD).
- Coordinate courseware development in conjunction with Company guidelines and with the cooperation of the Courseware Support Functional Group.
- Initiate marketing and sales activities, in conjunction with Company guidelines, and with the cooperation of the Marketing Functional Group.
- Provide pertinent data and information to Operations personnel.
- Monitor and maintain Monthly Salary Management Report; report discrepancies, if any, to Salary Administration.
- Ensure that Learning Center Management Reviews are completed.
- Ensure the availability of resources necessary to implement and sustain the QMS including but not limited to the Preventative Action and Corrective Action processes.
- Ensure that the Quality Management System (QMS) is used to encourage continual improvement and compliance with all applicable regulations.
- Organize, direct the preparation of, and originate reports, proposals, bids, letters to Customers, and other written communication, as necessary.
- Utilize the SAP computer system to locate appropriate data concerning Customers, Instructors, training schedules, prospects, receivables, payables, and other data pertinent to the operation of the Center.
- Mentoring/Managerial Activities: Monitor and direct the management of expenditures associated with the Manager’s Fund.
- Monitor and approve Performance Appraisal preparations and appropriate merit increases for other supervisors on a timely basis.
- Appoint Center teammates to the Learning Center Quality Team.
- Interview prospective employees, evaluate and recommend employment.
- Provide project direction(s), set priorities and monitor staff achievement.
- Direct and/or facilitate departmental staff meetings and oversee distribution of meeting minutes to appropriate personnel.
- Coordinate and manage department staffing levels with approval from the V.P of Operations and/or the Regional Operations.”
To apply for the role please use this link or contact FlightSafety International directly.
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