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A typical job description for a Transport Accident Investigation Commission Investigator is available at right in the Document downloads box.
CURRENT VACANCY: Manager, Air Investigations (Applications close on 19 June 2019)
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC) investigates significant aviation, rail and marine accidents and incidents with a view to avoiding future similar occurrences. The Commission has set a visionary goal of “No Repeat Accidents – Ever!”
The Manager Air Investigations provides strong leadership and thorough management of the air investigation team, supporting the Chief Investigator of Accidents.
Following a recent internal promotion, we seek a Manager to continue providing high quality and timely transport accident investigation services.
- Utilise your leadership, investigation, communication and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrate credibility with your air transport experience
- Medically and physically fit, current passport and drivers’ licence essential
Experience, Skills and Qualifications
- relevant air transport experience;
- strong leadership and investigative skills;
- professional or technical aviation qualifications eg pilot, engineering (mechanical, aeronautical, or avionics)
- Leadership and business skills and experience
- Investigative and QA experience and skills
- Strong analysis and reasoning skills
- Ability to anticipate and identify risks/issues and identify possible solutions
- Communication skills, written, verbal and interpersonal
- Understanding of quasi-judicial processes, particularly the rules and requirements applicable to a Commission of Inquiry
- Emotional and psychological maturity to handle stressful and emotionally difficult situations
- Medically and physically fit with a valid passport and current driver’s licence.