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The Role Make a difference A unique opportunity to bring your aviation expertise and management skills to help Shell drive its operational excellence. Join a team of subject matter experts, applying your aviation expertise, to jointly develop, implement and audit the best safety standards in close collaboration with our worldwide Shell business units. Where you fit in The Shell Aircraft Air Transport Business Excellence gives advice to 35 Shell Business Units in 30 countries and audits up to 100 aircraft & RPAS operators on their behalf.
This results in substantial financial savings and major improvements in safety and quality. Shell exposure to flying, at 65,000 flying hours per year, equates to the activity of a moderate size airline. The Air Transport Business Excellence is staffed by a team of Aviation Advisers and is part of Shell Aircraft which also includes the Corporate Fleet department based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
At Shell our commitment is to satisfy the world's need for energy with economically, socially and environmentally responsible solutions. We seek a high standard of performance and understand that great ideas can change the world. If you want to work with a group of safety conscious, ambitious and committed professionals then you should consider Shell.
We will provide you with the resources to put your ideas into action, possible worldwide opportunities to advance your career, and outstanding benefits and rewards. Join us and let's make a difference together. What's the role? As Aviation Advisor, you're going to be playing a vital role in maintaining and improving our operational excellence.
Providing expert advice on the safe and efficient use of aircraft and air transport services in support of the Shell Business Unit aviation strategy. In practice that means, you'll be running operational and technical audits of contractors and logistics teams; producing reports in accordance with Shell Aircraft processes and procedures; and making sure any audit recommendations are actioned by aviation management. You can also expect to be involved with air safety accident and incident investigations.
Naturally, you'll need to have a strong safety drive for achieving excellence, as well as being skilled at juggling a challenging workload, often with competing business targets. Along with advising on general aviation safety, you'll also lead on specific areas of expertise, which means keeping your technical knowledge up-to-date and relevant. What we need from you: A current Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's License (CASR/EASA-66 Cat-B1/B2) or equivalent, or you could be a professional engineer with an aeronautical background.
An extensive experience in all aspects of aircraft operations and support, as well as an understanding of the commercial and legislative aspects of aviation. In addition, you'll have relevant experience in the aviation industry and have held management positions within an aircraft operating company or equivalen....