AMFA–SWA Accident Investigation Team Alternate Party Coordinator Vacancy
Call for Applicants
Due to the recent resignation of the AMFA Accident Investigation Team Alternate Party Coordinator, we are beginning the process to fill the vacated position.
We are seeking one individual well versed in all aspects of aircraft maintenance. The Alternate Party Coordinator will be responsible for assisting the Primary Party Coordinator with the responsibilities of team administration, preparing the annual team budget, ensuring team members are properly trained, as well as other duties as assigned by the National Safety and Standards Director.
Please note that every member is required to sign a four year commitment minimum, due to training costs. Also in the event of a major accident, members that are party to an NTSB investigation may be required to remain on scene for a few days or up to several weeks or months. Also your commitment to the team is important as these accidents don’t always happen at the most opportune times and there are requirements that you need to comply with to participate.
Interested candidates should submit the attached application to your respective Local Safety and Standards Chairman or to Scott.King@amfanatl.org no later than 5:00PM ET on November 6, 2017. An interview process will be conducted in accordance with AMFA National Policy to select the Alternate Party Coordinator.