Safety & Risk Management Investigator


North Bay, Ontario


Full Time / permanent


Voyageur Aviation Corp is the parent company of Voyageur Airways, Voyageur Aerotech, and Voyageur Avparts. Voyageur Aviation Corp manages these three entities under the same core principles of comprehensive Safety Management, Quality Assurance, and Client-Dedicated Solutions. Under Voyageur Aviation Corp, Airways, Aerotech, and Avparts can combine their expertise on aircraft services and products to offer an unparalleled one-stop-shop for aviation related clients across the globe.


Voyageur offers employees and employees' families extensive benefits. Extended health care benefits include dental, vision, prescription drugs, hearing, out-of-country insurance, orthotic devices, semi-private hospital, and more. Other benefits include life and disability insurance, an employee share ownership program, a retirement pension plan, and a number of other employee assistance programs.

Job Description:

We are currently seeking a qualified individual to fill an available position at our facility located in North Bay, Ontario. This position requires the successful applicant to perform functions related to Voyageur's Safety & Risk Management System.
  • Voyageur offers competitive salaries, and a comprehensive benefits package including: dental, health, life insurance, as well as a retirement pension program.

Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Conducting investigations of reported incidents and hazards in consultation with departmental subject matter experts to determine root cause and effective corrective actions plans.
  • Conducting audits to evaluate the overall effectiveness of company functions and report areas of non-compliance.
  • Liaising with department subject matter experts to identify and implement effective corrective action plans to areas of non-conformance.
  • Measuring the effectiveness of all investigated incidents, hazards and audit findings.
  • Ensuring audit plans, audit check-sheets, and sample plans are maintained to current policy and procedure.
  • Participating in occupational health and safety meetings.
  • Training and promoting the company's safety culture to other employees.
  • Adhering to all company policies and procedures.


  • Completion of post-secondary school, and/or some post-secondary, vocational, or technical training. Related work experience is considered an asset.
  • Familiarity with aviation flight and/or maintenance operations.
  • Knowledge of safety management system requirements, investigation and root cause analysis, and auditing methods.
  • Training or related work experience in the field of occupational safety and health.
  • Excellent keyboarding skills with a demonstrated proficiency of various software products.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and time management skills.
  • Attention to detail and the ability to maintain confidentiality, impartiality, and integrity.
  • All candidates must possess a valid passport and be able to travel abroad unrestricted. In addition, candidates must also be eligible to work for a Canadian company.