Operations Officer

Please click “Operations Officer” to apply.

Roles & Responsibilities

As an Operations Officer, you will be responsible for the daily co-ordination and oversight of the entire company flight operation and act as the primary contact for key operational information.

You will have an aptitude for problem solving, critical thinking and an ability to prioritise well. You’ll be able to work methodically, quickly and with professionalism at all times and be able to demonstrate a high degree of accuracy. You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and have proven experience of working well with customers.

Being the focal point for daily ops, you will facilitate the needs of the business in a predominantly communicative role by providing information to our flight crew, engineering teams, customers and other key stakeholders. Shifts will involve working nights and weekends also some working outside assisting the ramp department which can often be both challenging and demanding.

Operational tasks include:

  • Being a central point of contact within the company to facilitate day-to-day operations
  • Take a proactive approach to RVL Group’s Safety Culture through contribution to the Safety Management System
  • Maintain a flight watch for the safe and efficient running of flight operations
  • Management of the aircrew roster and allocation of duties
  • Flight planning, including route planning and flight plan submission
  • Producing flight crew paperwork packs including all associated flight safety related material
  • Liaise with existing and new customers, to arrange flights and update on progress
  • Coordinate crew hotel accommodation, transport, handling agents, customs declarations etc.
  • During peak periods or outside of core operating hours, the role involves supporting and managing the ramp department in the following tasks: The use of ground equipment to facilitate aircraft ramp movements, fuelling aircraft, loading and unloading of cargo from aircraft.

Knowledge, Skills & Experience
•Computer literate & excellent knowledge of Office suite
•Knowledge of Aviation Industry preferred
•Ability to think outside the box and make decisions under pressure
•Customer service experience and excellent telephone manner essential
•Holder of Private or Commercial Flying Licence preferred but not essential

Other Requirements

Full UK driving licence; current passport as travel maybe required

Special Considerations
•This role involves working unsocial hours
•We are a dynamic company that fulfils a challenging commitment to our customers so we require flexibility from our team members
•Scope for progression

No Agencies

B200 Captains

We are currently recruiting for B200 Captains and therefore welcome CVs from candidates meeting our minimum requirements.  Please click “B200 Captains” to apply.  As a sign of your professionalism, please only apply when you meet our requirements.

The role will involve a variety of Commercial Air Transport, Non-Commercial Operations and Specialised Operations.

We operate a rolling recruitment cycle, therefore your CV will be held for 6 months from receipt of your application in line with our privacy policy.

Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted during that time.

No agencies.

 

 

Technical Manager

This role reports to the Head of Engineering and is responsible for all technical and project management aspects of various special projects

Ensuring timely professionalism at all times as the interface between RVL and its stakeholders.

Responsible for (including but not limited to):

  • Commercial management of equipment and support to the fleet in both ongoing and future development
  • Management and oversight of storage, care and maintenance of specialist equipment
  • Be responsible for all airworthiness items including technical instructions and publications
  • Ensuring the equipment is maintained in accordance with the applicable regulations
  • Be the main point of contact for all project related issues and act as the conduit between the company and the project operator
  • Management of both FAA and EASA STC’s in conjunction with appropriate design organisations and regulatory bodies
  • Propose and manage development of any design iterations
  • Ensure all associated ground support equipment is managed and available as required for both training and operations
  • Manage all costs associated with your projects and proposing efficiency measures where appropriate
  • Management of all key stakeholders and suppliers in relation to operational equipment
  • Be responsible for all manuals including the component repair manual, MEL, loading training manual, any revisions and all suitably qualified staff
  • Ensure timely response during live operations, ensuring all KPI’s are met
  • Manage response for any training exercises
  • Produce and lead training exercises for ongoing maintenance and routine operations
  • Plan, maintain and oversee all operational logistics
  • Develop and lead close working relationships with all stakeholders

Special considerations

  • This role will require a flexible, dynamic and autonomous approach
  • Ability to work flexibly and out of hours as is required by the role and travel where necessary. This will include UK and International travel as required and potentially at short notice

Personal attributes

  • Project management skills
  • Work autonomously to deliver within tight scope and strict deadlines
  • Able to co-ordinate meeting schedules and manage communication streams with all project stakeholders
  • Commercially aware

Please click on the job title to apply or email your application to recruitment@rvl-group.com

Please include a covering letter stating skills, experience and current remuneration

No Agencies

Line Pilots

We are currently recruiting for Captains and therefore welcome CVs from candidates meeting our minimum requirements.  Please click “Line Pilots” to find out more.  As a sign of your professionalism, please only apply when you meet our requirements.

We operate a rolling recruitment cycle, therefore your CV will be held for 6 months from receipt of your application in line with our privacy policy.

Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted during that time.

No agencies.

B2 Certifiers

We are currently seeking B2 Certifiers, preferably with recent experience on aircraft below 5700kgs.

Please click “B2 Certifier” to apply.

Engineering activities will include:

  • Both line and base maintenance of various aircraft types
  • Supervision of junior members of the team
  • Daily liaison with Supervisors / Head of Engineering
  • Potential for supervisory roles for suitable candidates

Applicants with experience of Cessna / King Air types are encouraged to apply, however type training can be given to suitable applicants.

Working hours will be in line with the Department’s shift pattern (5 on / 4 off / 5 on / 5 off / 4 on / 5 off). Please include current position and salary with your application.

We currently don’t have any open vacancies for B1 Certifiers – however we always welcome applications from B1 applicants with relevant types.

No agencies.