Flying Bulls: tough job but someone's got to do it

The Flying Bulls fleet
The Flying Bulls fleet. Photo: Red Bull

Imagine working with the world’s ultimate Fantasy Hangar… only this isn’t a fantasy.

Red Bull’s fleet of historic aircraft, known as Flying Bulls and based in Salzburg, Austria, is looking for a Flight Ops Auditor.

It’s a tough job for sure, working within the Safety and Compliance team, but you’ll be immersed in a universe comprising of aircraft such as a 1944 Lockheed P-38 Lightning, a 1945 Chance Vought F4-U Corsair and even a 1974 Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm Bo 105C… yes, the aerobatic helicopter.

Polish this mate, would you? Lockheed P-38 Lightning

Polish this mate, would you? Lockheed P-38 Lightning

So what does a Flight Ops Auditor do?

“Your responsibilities will include upholding the Compliance Monitoring System and actively participating in Safety Management initiatives, all aimed at ensuring the highest standards of safety across our operations,” says the job ad before going on to list key responsibilities:

  • Compliance Monitoring
  • Safety Management
  • Liaising with Flight Ops Department
  • Supporting the Safety and Compliance Manager.

Clearly, you’ll need to know about compliance monitoring. You’ll also have extended knowledge about NCC, SPO, ATO flight operations, and several years experience in professional aviation. Oh, and you’ll need to speak both English and German.

More details here


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