Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) Manager


Position Summary:

The Multi-Crew Cooperation Manager is overseeing the Multi-Crew Co-Operation (MCC) training within the ATO.

Employment Type

Full time

Principal Responsibilities

  • Safety: Prioritize safety in all flight training activities, including conducting risk assessments, addressing safety concerns, and implementing safety-related procedures and measures with the ATO.
  • Curriculum Development: Collaborate with the Head of Training and other relevant stakeholders to develop and maintain the MCC training curriculum in accordance with EASA requirements and industry best practices.
  • Instructor Management: Select, train, and supervise MCC instructors to ensure they possess the necessary qualifications and experience to deliver effective MCC training.
  • Course Delivery: Oversee the delivery of MCC training courses, ensuring that they meet EASA standards and guidelines. This involves monitoring the quality of instruction and providing feedback for improvement.
  • Safety Oversight: Prioritize safety in all MCC training activities, including conducting risk assessments, addressing safety concerns, and implementing safety-related procedures and measures.
  • Student Progress Monitoring: Oversee the progress of MCC trainees, ensuring that they acquire the necessary crew coordination and communication skills.
  • Simulation and Training Equipment: Ensure that the MCC training facilities and simulation equipment are in proper working order and meet regulatory requirements.
  • Record Keeping: Maintain accurate records of MCC training activities, including student records, instructor qualifications, and training outcomes. Ensure that all required documentation is complete and up-to-date.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Keep up-to-date with the authorities’ regulations and ensure that the MCC training activities within the ATO remain in compliance the regulations and ATO’s manuals.
  • Continuous Improvement: Identify areas for improvement in MCC training programs and processes and implement changes to enhance training effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Reporting: Communicate with head of Training as required, including reporting on MCC training activities and compliance with regulations
  • Communication: Maintaining effective communication within the ATO.
  • Professionalism: Maintain a high level of professionalism, integrity, and ethical conduct with students, colleagues, clients, and aviation authorities.
  • Other Duties: Carrying out any other secondary duties as required by the Head of Training (HoT)

Minimum Qualifications & Experience

Hold or have held ATPL, MPL or CPL including one of the following ratings:

  • Multi Crew Cooperation Instructor Airplane (MCCI)
  • Type Rating Instructor Airplane (TRI)
  • Synthetic Flight Instructor (SFI) Multi-Pilot Airplane.

Other preferred qualification(s):

  • Type Rating Examiner (TRE)

Minimum Experience:

  • 5 years’ working experience in a civil aviation industry, from which;

    • 2 years’ experience in an aviation-related supervisory training role.
  • 2,000 hours total Muti-Pilot flight in Commercial Air Transport from which;

    • 500 hours total flight time as Pilot in Command (PIC).