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STSAP Coordinator
posted on March 29, 2021 14:04



Posting Notice: 2021-03
Job Classification: STSAP Coordinator
Immediate Supervisor: STSAP Manager, Lauren Schaibly
Hiring Director: Director of STSAP, Ray Duke
Salary Grade: 6
(Non-Exempt: APSEA)


  • Superior organizational, writing and editing skills
  • Excellent telephone skills
  • Keyboarding 55 wpm and basic telephone technology
  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Word, working knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Access, Outlook and Adobe Acrobat
  • Minimum of a high school diploma; Associates/bachelor's degree preferred
  • Ability to work independently and multi-task projects with varying priorities and deadlines
  • Ability to handle sensitive documents and maintain confidentiality
  • Grammar skills - expert level


  • Supports the Safety, Training, Security, Aeromedical and Professional Standards (STSAP) Department in all administrative aspects including: answering and directing incoming telephone calls, typing, proofing, and editing documents; ordering departmental supplies; drafting and editing correspondence and email.
  • Manages the STSAP filing including all incoming correspondence; forwarding correspondence to the various committees and appropriate staff; compile, update, archive, and maintain various committee correspondence and other documents.
  • Facilitates communication between APA headquatiers, AA, NTSB and the FAA for committee members working from remote locations.
  • Ensures effective communication between Director of Safety, Training, Security, Aeromedical, & Professional Standards and the FAA; maintain all FAA-related case files; calendars and tracks all depatimental deadlines.
  • Assists in coordination of committee meetings, Board of Directors meetings and other activities including teleconferences, making notebooks for various projects, and/or collecting materials or preparing presentations.
  • Patiicipates in special projects as assigned by the STSAP director and STSAP manager relating to committee objectives.
  • Available to work flexible hours in support of the STSAP director and STSAP manager and various committees.
  • Maintain committee Web pages.
  • Coordinate and track the progression of projects.
  • Maintain the STSAP general e-mailbox for the department.
  • Draft, edit, and coordinate blast emails from the committees.
  • Troubleshoot Committee Member's technical problems.
  • Draft and edit Manuals and Handbooks.
  • Create, format and animate PowerPoint presentations.
  • Coordinate the formatting and dissemination of all STSAP documents (including but not limited to: atiicles, Digest items, bulletin board content, newsletters, memos, etc.).
  • Email event response letters to appropriate pilots (CERS events).
  • Provide assistance in activation and deployment of the Accident Investigation Team, in case of accident.
  • Provide onsite administrative support for the Accident Investigation Team.
  • Provide onsite administrative and audiovisual support for off-site meetings (NTSB Public Hearings, BOD meetings, etc.).
  • Update the After Hours Phone Call database.
  • Assist in set-up and support for all STSAP related meetings/conferences.
  • Complete special projects as assigned by STSAP director and STSAP manager.
  • Participates in APA receptionist relief rotation.

To apply, please submit your resume and/or letter of interest to Lauren Schaibly.

This posting announcement is made in accordance with Section 4.5(a) of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Allied Pilots Association and the Allied Pilots Staff Employees Association.

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About APA:

APA is a unique place to work.  We are the union representing the 15,000 pilots of American Airlines.

In accordance with the collective bargaining agreement between APA and the Allied Pilots Staff Employees Association, job openings covered by that agreement are posted for internal candidates first before being advertised externally.

APA Benefits:

401(k) Plan: APA deposits an amount equal to 10 percent of an employee’s gross pay every two weeks with each paycheck. In addition, if an employee contributes, APA will match up to 5 percent of the employee’s contributions.

Comprehensive medical benefits.

Two weeks’ vacation and two weeks’ personal time.

Business casual attire, with jeans every Friday.

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