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Engineering Safety Analyst | LUTON | TUI

  • Luton, United Kingdom

  • 22502

  • Engineering & Maintenance

  • Permanent

  • Full Time

  • 37.5

As Engineering Safety Analyst, you’ll have the responsibility to process and investigate Part 145 safety occurrences efficiently and input these into the internal and customer AOC safety and risk management systems. 

You’ll be expected to build exceptional working relationships with all key stakeholders to win respect and influence by listening and acting upon customer needs. You’ll raise awareness and understanding of accident prevention and reporting through communication and collaboration with front line staff and the training department. 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our ways of working are a bit different just now with most of our colleagues working from home. Many colleagues worked from home at least a couple of days a week before the current situation, as looking after our colleague’s welfare is important to us. It’s very likely this role will begin with you being based at home, there will be lots of opportunities to connect with your colleagues via technology, and when we can get together face-to-face, we will.

Applications close 29 January 2021

How You Will Make An Impact 
There are many ways for you to get involved: 


  • Control, assess and manage incoming occurrence reports from internal sources and customer AOCs
  • Support the reporting requirements of EASA Part 145 and EU 376/2014 corresponding with the relevant NAAs, TC holders and airframe operators
  • Prepare statistic packs ahead of monthly Safety Action Group meetings as well as reports and supporting data for the Safety Review Board
  • Maintaining Part 145 risk registers, Hazard Logs and Management of Change documents
  • Performing Ad-hoc statistical analysis as required in the case of emerging trends or safety concerns 
  • Secretariat duties and direct involvement in future SAG structure for P145 (Part 145 SAG and Safety and Quality Board) 
  • Liaison with Customer AOC Safety departments to support investigations
  • Co-ordination and active involvement in HF investigations
  • Composing and producing monthly Engineering Safety Bulletins and Articles along with composing and publishing Safety Notices or Safety Alert Notices
  • Support Root Cause Analysis investigations through coaching of assigned responsible persons and training delivery to these individuals
  • Ensure self-audit to help maintain the constant accuracy and efficacy of safety data and continually develop and improve internal safety procedures
  • Maintain IQSMS database ensuring user access and training and review and administer IQSMS system developments with direct project involvement 

What You Will Bring 
There is more than one way to the perfect fit – here are some of the ideal things: 


  • Knowledge of Safety Management Systems within Aviation, Medical, Rail or Petrochemical industries
  • Understanding of Human Factors and Event Investigation
  • Experience with software package IQSMS by ASQS (desirable)
  • Organised and detail orientated individual with strong analytical skills and an ability to monitor and analyse trend data
  • Ability to effectively interact with and influence all stakeholders including front line operational teams
  • Understanding of Root Cause Analysis
  • Strong influencing skills with collaborative working both internally and externally
  • Proficient user of Microsoft Office packages including excel

TUI and You
Working at TUI has many advantages – here are some of the highlights:  


  • Fantastic holiday benefits including discounts
  • Online wellbeing and learning support
  • Fun and dynamic work culture 

TUI Aviation is an organisation setup within TUI to cover all Aviation activities. We interlink local airline and group aviation functions to share expertise, collaborate effectively, drive continuous improvement and create economies of scale. With five airlines based in the UK, Sweden, Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany each serving their own markets, we work together to build a better, stronger and more efficient TUI Aviation for the future. 

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