Published on May 8th, 2022 | by Mark Dwyer


AAIU Recruiting an Inspector of Air Accidents

An opportunity now exists for the position of Inspector of Air Accidents (Pilot Operations). The Inspector will report to the Chief Inspector and carry out investigations into aircraft accidents and serious incidents. An Inspector of Air Accidents is required to act independently in the public interest, demonstrate commitment to ongoing learning and keep up to date with international developments in air safety and accident investigation. Appropriate specialised training will be provided to the successful candidate as required

The Department of Transport is responsible, inter alia, for ensuring that aviation practices and procedures comply with best international standards; promoting the development of a safe, vibrant, competitive and progressively regulated aviation sector and the provision of adequate airport infrastructure and competitive airport services.

The Air Accident Investigation Unit (AAIU) is part of the Department of Transport and is responsible for the investigation of aircraft accidents and incidents that occur within Ireland. The AAIU also provides assistance to foreign safety investigation authorities which conduct investigations into occurrences of Irish registered and/or operated aircraft abroad.

The successful candidate will: Hold or have held a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Airline Transport Pilot Licence – (Aeroplanes) on modern commercial transport and/or military aircraft, and/or an Airline Transport Pilot Licence – (Helicopters) on modern commercial and/or military helicopters and have at least 15 years’ experience in the role as a qualified operational fixed-wing and/or rotor-wing pilot.

Job title: Inspector of Air Accidents (Pilot Operations)

Employer: Department of Transport

Location: Dublin

Closing Date: 3pm Thursday, 19th May 2022

Salary: Starting from €91,609

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About the Author

Mark is an airline pilot flying the Boeing 737 for a major European airline. In addition he is also a Type Rating Instructor, Type Rating Examiner and Base Training Captain on the B737. Outside of commercial flying Mark enjoys flying light aircraft from the smallest 3 Axis microlights up to heavier singles. He is also an instructor and EASA Examiner on single engines and a UK CAA Examiner. He flies the Chipmunk for the Irish Historic Flight Foundation (IHFF). Mark became the Chairman of the National Microlight Association of Ireland (NMAI) in 2013 and has overseen a massive growth in the organisation. In this role he has worked at local and national levels. In 2015, Mark won ‘Upcoming Aviation Professional Award’ at the Aviation Industry Awards sponsored by the IAA. Mark launched this website back in 2002 while always managing the website, he has also been Editor and Deputy Editor of FlyingInIreland Magazine from 2005 to 2015.

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