ASAP Safety Data Analyst (Part-Time)
Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air 102 reviews - Seattle, WA

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- Manage multiple Aviation Safety Action Programs (ASAP) at Alaska and Horizon with limited supervision
- Facilitate meetings and lead the Event Review Committee (ERC) to consensus as necessary
- Maintain a good working relationship with Company, FAA and Union representatives
- Analyze incoming ASAP reports and assign appropriate taxonomy and prepare periodic trend analysis
- Prepare analysis of ASAP reports to advise the ERC of concerning Safety trends for use in corrective action recommendations
- Be the subject matter expert advisor to the ERC on program requirements and procedures based upon FAA guidelines
- Promote the ASAP by publishing periodic newsletters and being focal point for the programs assigned as well as ASAP in general
- Perform continuous analysis of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air ASAP data to identify trends, safety concerns, and effectiveness of safety risk controls
- Support the safety team and business units through safety risk assessments, data analysis, investigations, and safety metric performance analysis
- Serve as the primary focal for tracking, analyzing, and communicating corporate ASAP metrics
- Emulate the safety team key competencies: safety advocacy, professional curiosity, analytical approach, personal accountability for results, credibility with peers, subordinates & leaders, and thoughtful & effective communication skills
- Act as on behalf of the ASAP Manager as required
- Other duties as assigned
- Embody the Alaska Spirit and conduct oneself with Professionalism, Integrity, Resourcefulness and Caring

- B.S. or B.A. required, emphasis on Aviation Safety preferred
- 3 years airline experience in any of the following areas; Flight Operations, Maintenance, Dispatch, Ground, Inflight required
- Subject Matter Expert on the Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) as detailed in FAA Advisory Circular 120-66, the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), and other FAA guidance is preferred
- Knowledge of safety reporting in general and Safety Management System (SMS) goals is preferred
- Knowledge, training or experience in one or more groups covered by Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP); Pilot, Flight Attendant, Dispatcher, Ground, or Mechanic; or extensive experience in Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) is preferred
- Fully proficient in using Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint is required
- Proficient in using the following AAG databases; Maestro, AIMS, FOGS and TRAX is preferred
- Proficient using the WBAT database including query and analysis skills is preferred
- Ability to confidently lead weekly meetings which include members from the FAA, Union and company managers or directors
- Minimum age of 18
- Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

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