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Safety Investigator

Calgary - Head Office, 35 McTavish Place NE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada Req #15
Wednesday, May 3, 2023

Reporting to:     Director, Safety and Quality
Location:             Calgary, Alberta

Type:                    Full-time, Permanent

Closing Date:      May 23, 2023


The big picture:

Have your career take off with us! As a Safety Investigator within our Safety & Quality team, you will lead investigations with respect to safety reports and assist in conducting risk assessments and implementing, tracking, and validating the effectiveness of corrective actions plans.


While performing functional role of a Safety Investigator, you would be enthusiastically demonstrating AirSprint’s Corporate Values in everything you do. With a thorough knowledge of CARs, understanding of safety management principles and continuous improvement mindset you will be promoting safety culture by focusing on identifying the possible root cause(s), developing the corrective action plans, and preventing   recurrences.


In this role you will:

  • Conduct investigations with respect to safety occurrences, hazards, incidents, and accidents.
  • Obtain and review evidence in support of the investigation which may include safety reports, employee interviews, air traffic control recordings, weather data and aircraft maintenance history.
  • Ensure investigative actions are accurately documented.
  • Notify the Management Team immediately if, during the investigation, a regulatory non-compliance is discovered.
  • Assist with and/or conduct risk assessments and root cause analysis.
  • Present investigation results to applicable Department Heads.
  • Recommend, implement, track, and verify the effectiveness of corrective action plans.
  • Liaise with Maintenance and Flight Operations quality assurance personnel as required.
  • Participate in data collection and data analysis, including the identification of trends.
  • Ensure compliance with all policies, procedures, standards, and regulations.
  • Work closely with stakeholders to ensure safety and regulatory compliance.
  • Monitor Civil Aviation Daily Occurrence Reporting System (CADORS) and industry reports to identify potential hazards and/or possible exposure to risks within the organization.
  • Assist third-party auditors as required.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director, Safety & Quality


To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Aviation Safety Diploma or at least 3 years of prior experience in aviation SMS, safety investigations, risk assessment, root cause and trend analysis 
  • Working knowledge of Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARS) with respect to airline operations, airworthiness, and safety management
  • Familiarity with flight operations, dispatch and maintenance operations
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and internet applications


Bonus points if you have:

  • A diploma/ certification in Accident and Incident Investigation/ aviation safety investigation or related field.
  • Pilot or aircraft maintenance experience.


You’ll fit right in if you:

  • Are detail-oriented and strive to provide high-quality work.
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders, both verbally and in writing
  • Act with integrity and honesty and can maintain confidentiality with sensitive information.
  • Have great judgement, problem-solving and decision-making skills.
  • Are able to effectively manage time and stay organized within a dynamic, high-pressure environment.
  • Are a humble team player and are ready to pitch in wherever you’re needed.


We think you’ll like working with us because:

  • We care about your health and well-being and offer an employee assistance program, extended health care benefits, dental and vision benefits, and paid time off
  • We value your contribution to our success and provide a competitive salary and an RRSP matching program
  • We have a great team, and we work hard together toward common goals and with a passion for excellence
  • We offer family and friends flight benefits
  • We respect, honour, and celebrate the diversity of our employees as we know our differences make us better. Our core values of Community and People mean we’re focused on equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, and reconciliation
  • We value Safety, which is why we require applicants to complete a background check assessment. 


About us:

A passion for aviation and providing exceptional service formed the foundation of AirSprint's introduction of Fractional Jet Ownership to Canada in 2000. Today, each of our dedicated staff is passionate about delivering a private aviation experience that positively contributes to successful Canadians' personal and professional lives. We do this with values of "Safety, Service, People, Integrity, Humility, and Community."


AirSprint's mission is to provide successful Canadians with a better choice for optimizing their time by enhancing the private jet ownership experience with industry-leading safety standards, exceptional turn-key service, and increased flexibility, all at a fraction of the cost and personalized for their individual needs.


To learn more about working with AirSprint visit us at or watch our video

 AirSprint values diversity in our workplace and wants to ensure every applicant is treated equitably and respectfully. If you require any support in the application process, including disability accommodation, please get in touch with Human Resources at

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  • Calgary - Head Office, 35 McTavish Place NE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada