Crewing & Rostering Officer

  • To issue optimised Flight Crew rosters in a timely manner and in accordance with the BCAA regulations and company requirements.
  • To follow-up the Flight Crew rosters on a daily basis assuring that the Company’s flight programme is crewed according to BCAA flight time limitations and Company requirements and organise ground transportation for the crew.
  • To assist the Flight Operations Postholder and the Crew Planning and Dispatch Manager in their tasks of managing and supervising the flight operations.
  • To provide Flight operations management with all relevant reports and statistics. 

Rostering duties:

  • Ensure that the crew rosters (cockpit & cabin crews) are published in due time in order to ensure that the company’s flight programme is covered, taking into account all BCAA regulations and company policies;
  • Ensure - in cooperation with the Flight Operations Administrative Support Department - that all training activities are efficiently built into the roster;
  • Maintain Crew records of days off, flying and duty hours in order to timely produce the reports required by the BCAA;
  • Provide relevant FTL reports to the BCAA in order to ensure the relevant applicable regulations within the provision of the AOC.

Crewing duties:

  • Supervise the crew report follow up in order to meet legal requirements. Monitor, on a day to day basis the crew rosters in order to ensure that all flights are covered and crew duty times are compliant with BCAA and company requirements;
  • Make changes to the roster in order to cover flight programme changes, delays, crew sickness and avoid any service disruption;
  • Be the contact point for the Company’s Crew members in order to inform them of all changes concerning flight schedules, hotel accommodation & transportation;
  • Keep the crew management system up-to-date in order to provide Flight Operations management with a clear view of the current situation at any time;
  • Liaise with taxi and transportation companies in order to organize ground transportation for the crew.

Reporting & System Management:

  • Manage and update the AIMS Crew Management System according to regulation and company rules;
  • Maintain contact with the system provider in order to improve and develop existing l system & functionalities;
  • Assist in analysing monthly Crew utilisation & produce reports and statistics as requested by the Management Team;
  • Publish various AIMS reports for productivity, absenteeism, leave, payroll & per diems as available and according to the requirements

Any other duties that aim to the achievement of the department objectives within individual competences.

Self-behaviour

  • Display a positive, open and cooperative behavior in order to facilitate a good relationship inside and outside the department, avoid and help solve conflicts.
  • Comply with Company policies, values and ethics.
  • Comply with local, national legislations and health & safety standards.
  • Report to hierarchy any hazards, non-compliances and risks whether to employees or to the company.
  • Capacity to remain very discreet and ascertain confidentiality while handling sensitive subject.

Requirements and qualifications

  • At least 2 years experience in an aviation operational environment in a crewing function.
  • Very good knowledge of EASA Flight Time Limitations.
  • Analytical skills, creative thinking, problem solving, decision making and flexibility.
  • Ability to manage multiple assignments, to prioritize, to be proactive and stress resistant.
  • Computer literate: MS Office suite
  • Knowledge of crew management system(s)
  • Ability to demonstrate great sense of diplomacy and tact without compromising the objectives.
  • Excellent communication skills in English (other EU language are advantages).
  • Willing to work outside regular office hours as required ( might evolve to Shift-work / Day and Night / Including Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays)

We offer : 

• A permanent contract

• A package in line with industry standards