Role Profile: Safety & Compliance Monitoring Surveyor
Reports to: Head of Safety Management & Compliance Monitoring
Department: Safety Management & Compliance Monitoring Department
Location: Twin Peaks, St Athan
Hours of Work: Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm, 37.5 hours
Salary: Competitive (Based on experience)

We have an exciting opportunity for a new Safety & Compliance Monitoring Surveyor to join our team at St Athan, working in close collaboration with the Safety Management teams.

The Role:

Part of an effective, high performing team, the successful candidate will assist in the maintenance of the safety management system and compliance monitoring, in line with Caerdav’s position as a Part 145 MRO. Reporting to the Head of Safety Management & Compliance Monitoring, the surveyor will ensure consistent high-quality standards of safety management and compliance monitoring in line with all regulatory requirements.

Main Responsibilities will include:

  • Assist in the development and implementation of Safety Management and Compliance monitoring systems.
  • Promote the safety policy.
  • Carry out scheduled and un-scheduled audits and the production of associated audit reports as appropriate to ensure compliance.
  • Manage and control documentation in relation to the MOE, audits and safety reports.
  • Identify risks through trend analysis of Compliance & Safety data.
  • Undertake risk assessments and when required perform duties as an active member of a safety investigation team.
  • Process and investigate occurrence reports, applying root cause analysis and root cause correction principles.
  • Attend company meetings and provide guidance on regulatory requirements and company MOE & procedures.
  • Assist in facilitating NAA and 3rd party audits.
  • Liaise with Regulatory Authorities.
  • Processing and issuing of company authorisations.
  • Assess, approve, and monitor contracted organisations, subcontractors, and suppliers.
  • Monitor mandatory refresher training for HF, EWIS & FTS.
  • Assist with the development of induction and recurrent training.
  • Promote continuous improvement throughout the company.
  • Act as a superuser and administrator for the Centrik database.

Key requirements include:

  • Must be eligible to live and work in the UK
  • Recognised apprenticeship / basic training qualifications
  • A strong aviation background with an in-depth knowledge of the aviation sector and of professional working environments
  • Relevant and demonstrable experience within an aircraft maintenance environment – particularly a Part 145 regulated organisation
  • Working knowledge of EASA and CAA regulations pertinent to the role
  • Good IT skills – proficient in the use of Microsoft Office and web-based QMS systems
  • Minimum Technician level knowledge and experience

To apply for this role, please submit your CV and covering letter to

Applications will close at 5pm, Friday June 7.

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