Role and Responsibilities
Acting under the authority of the Site Manager, the Assistant Site Manager is responsible for supporting CAE USA Academic and Simulator training along with Contractor Operation and Maintenance Services of Devices at the site. The Assistant Site Manager supervises live flight/simulator/classroom instructors and other additional staff to ensure contract compliance in the absence of the site manager
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Provide counsel, advice and guidance to management, subordinates and other internal groups on technical matters including the capabilities and limitations of current technology, facility capability and costing of effort as these items pertain to quality and process improvement.
Responsible for scheduling personnel, managing labor and material expenditures.
Attends meetings, manages delivery schedules and coordinates configuration management activities.
Ensure a safe and secure work environment is established and maintained
Qualifications and Education Requirements
Assistant Site Managers must meet the same qualifications required by the instructor job description (platform at site)
Must have five (5) years management experience in which two (2) years shall be management of pilot instruction (with experience in site specific platform preferable)
Must maintain proficiency in operation of Aircrew Training Devices.
Must comply with all company security and data protection / usage policies and procedures. Personally responsible for proper marking and handling of all information and materials, in any form. Shall not divulge any information, or afford access, to other employees not having a need-to-know. Shall not divulge information outside company without management approval. All government and proprietary information will be accessed and stored electronically on company provided resources.
Incumbent must be eligible for DoD Personal Security Clearance.
Work Environment and Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Domestic and international travel as required.
Must be able to walk and/or climb stairs and ladder into a simulator or airplane cockpit.
Must be able to stoop, bend, and crawl on top or under the device.
Must be able to detect odors or hear noises, bangs, etc., or other sounds to detect problems or flaws in the surrounding environment.
Must be able to distinguish colors.
Must be able to enter and egress simulator devices quickly and safely, both normally and through emergency egress options.
Work in a regular office environment; communicate via personal computer, telephone and fax.
Will be working in areas with risk of electrical shock from moving mechanical parts driven by hydraulics under high pressure.
Will at times be exposed to the following conditions: extreme heat, airborne particles, loud noises.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for their job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.