Compliance Monitoring Lead Auditor (M,F,X)


The purpose of the job is to assist the Compliance Monitoring Manager in the compliance monitoring of all activities related to the Air Operator Certificate.


  • Assist the Compliance Monitoring Manager in maintaining and improving the company Compliance Monitoring
  •  Evaluate the ASL Airlines Belgium (ASLB) published documentation in order to check compliance with the applicable regulations
  •  Design the audit plan in accordance with our procedures, EASA regulation & BCAA circulars
  •  Supervise ASLB auditors in their tasks. Assign audits, follow up of progress, update of the audit plan & provide a bi-weekly status
  •  Recording and follow-up of SAFA/SACA findings & actions related for closure
  •  Participate in the Safety Actions Groups to share issues & push for actions to take
  •  Review and approve MEL extensions, Variation to Maintenance Period
  •  Review and approve the following manuals: the MEL, Aircraft Maintenance Programs, CAME & related TPM’s
  •  Perform compliance audits and inspections in the area of
    o dangerous goods;
    o load control;
    o ramp handling;
    o aircraft security;
    o cargo handling;
    o CAMO engineering;
    o Subcontracted activities: Contracted maintenance organisations, FSTDs,…;
    o Flight Operations;
    o In flight inspection (cabin);
    o ATO training;
    o IOSA;
    o Wet lease / Dry lease
  •  Identify and record any concerns or findings and the evidence necessary to substantiate such concerns or findings
  • Report directly to the Compliance Monitoring Manager
  •  Verify the implementation of corrective actions within specific timescales in order to ensure compliance with the
    required standards
  •  Participate in relevant company projects and provide the project team with advice and expertise in order to
    achieve high quality results


  • A bachelor degree or equivalent by experience
  • Successfully completed an auditor / lead auditor course
  • Experience in the aviation industry within a technical, operational or quality environment
  •  Be familiar with EASA and IATA regulations (as applicable) relevant to the company
  •  Strong in both written and verbal English and one other European language is desirable
  • Diplomatic and analytical
  •  Ability to dispatch and follow audits, non-conformities & actions related
  • Supervising skills
  • Ability to work independently
  •  Computer literate
  • To display a positive, open and cooperative behavior in order to facilitate a good relationship inside and outside
    the department, avoid and help to solve conflicts
  •  To be rigorous, precise, well organized, solution orientated, proactive, etc.


  •  Permanent contract – Full time
  •  Available for travel