Head of Training – Poland 319 views

Small Planet Airlines is a European leisure carrier with its permanent bases in Poland, Lithuania, Germany and Cambodia, also having seasonal bases in Europe and Asia.

We offer

  • Travel benefits associated with airline activity;
  • Full-time agreement with a fair salary and attractive benefits package;
  • An international and sociable environment with a young, energetic and fun lovin’ team;
  • An opportunity to grow professionally in a dynamic environment;
  • Support for license validation as well as work and live permit sponsored.

To Be Successful in This Role, You Have to

  • Have current and valid EASA TRI qualifications with A320 rating;
  • Be fluent in English, Polish will be an asset;
  • Have solid knowledge of relevant EASA regulations and associated requirements;
  • Have managerial experience applying EASA regulations within an airline environment;
  • Have strong teamwork, cooperation, planning and organization skills, independent thinking with the ability to challenge current processes and suggest improvements;
  • Be self-motivated with strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Your Main Tasks Would Be to

  • Assume the role, duties and responsibilities of Nominated Person in Crew Training;
  • Ensure flight and cabin crew training standards are uniformly deployed in Poland;
  • Ensure that standardized procedures for training and evaluations are implemented;
  • Develop, revise and approve all training and evaluation programs to ensure crew members are competent to perform assigned duties;
  • Monitor the assigned budget and managing direct subordinates on measures to be taken to utilize planned resources to the best advantage of the company.
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Our colourful brand represents our nature and the way we work. Small Planet Airlines has the aim to be a different leisure airline driven by a simple and powerful question that is rarely asked in boardrooms of the airlines: a “Why not?” question. “Why?” is a bad question. “Why not?” is a great question. A question that opens airline business for a change and a bit of fun. After all, this world has got enough of boring airlines already. Now we are looking for a team member eager to ask this question!
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