The Aviation Depot Manager (ADM) is accountable for the complete management of the SSKA Aviation depot. This depot
have the highest volume, highest staff complement in Aviation. The Airport is bigger and is exposed to International
Knowledge Skills and Abilities, Key Responsibilities:
Must be fully conversant with Group and Legislated HSE standards as well as Ramp safety standards as prescribed by the Airport authorities.
Comply with all Company and Legislated HSE requirement which apply to the Airfield Operation. Safety within operations is paramount and the ADM has to apply all operation and Group Safety initiatives.
The ADM is the Aviation front line interaction with the customer and the airport authorities. Impressions created here, in terms of service provided, efficiency and safety awareness, are vital in maintaining our license to operate.
He/She is the accountable person for all activities within the depot.
Maintenance of refueling equipment to be able to identify defects before a breakdown occurs.
The ADM is the accountable persons for all activities within the depot The ADM must have good financial and administrative skills.
He/she must be able to handle cash, card and credit transactions.
He/She will be expected to fulfill administrative duties in the depot (e.g. stock management, overtime, cash reconciliation).
The ADM must maintain stock levels for all depots within the country and ensure that depots are kept wet at all times.
The ADM must be prepared to work during weekends and public holidays, which may vary from time to time, to meet the operational needs of the airport.
There will be times when nonscheduled operations require that additional time is necessary to meet these operations’ requirements. Knowledge of various types of aircraft to ensure that correct grade of fuel is delivered.
Responsible for training aviation staff and agents on specific and selected topics (Training Coordinator).
Responsibilities are large; coordinating mandatory and adhoc training activities and keeping a record of all training conducted as directed.
Prepare training plan with budget and submit for approval at the beginning of each year.
Liaise with all selected stakeholders and customers with regards to aviation product and handling training on annual basis and issue certificates accordingly.
Coordinating aviation sites operational activities including but not limited to stock control planning, incident investigations, consolidating data and reports from Agents, capture data from Agents into Sphera-Safeguard.
Key Relationships and Department Overview:
Internal – Aviation Operations Manager, Country Aviation Business Manager, Operations Manager, Country HSE & Country HR, Country Logistics Manager
External – Customers, Contractors, Agents (Other Aviation sites within country), Suppliers, Airport Authorities