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Flight Operations Inspector

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Recruiter
Transport Malta
Posted
25 October 2012
Closes
15 November 2012
Location
Malta
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
TBA

Further information

Transport Malta is a government authority set up to assume the functions previously exercised by the Malta Maritime Authority, the Malta Transport Authority and the Department of Civil Aviation.

Transport Malta’s Civil Aviation Directorate is seeking applications from interested persons to fill the following positions:

Flight Operations Inspector
Ref: PAHRO/08/2010/ 34 - ETC/230/2011


The appointed person will be responsible for providing professional input in the development and implementation of a comprehensive programme for maintaining a civil aviation oversight of Maltese aircraft operators.

The selected candidate must be in possession of: a Current JAR-FCL Airline Transport Pilot License with type rating on large transport or corporate jet aircraft; a minimum of 5,000 hours as pilot-in-command of civil or military aircraft; at least five years experience as a Flight Operations Inspector within a Civil Aviation Authority or operational management as an airline pilot and designated examiner, or training instructor, or as a military pilot where equivalent experience in air transport operations would have been acquired; experience in auditing techniques and other related skills and qualities.

Job Descriptions are available from Transport Malta’s Human Resource Unit (email: recruitment.tm@transport.gov.mt)

Interested persons are kindly requested to submit an application and a detailed CV only by email (as one pdf document), just click on the 'Apply Now' button to submit your application by 13th November 2012. Emails are to indicate the position being applied for and the name of the applicant in the subject.

Applications will be acknowledged and treated in strictest confidence.

 

 

www.transport.gov.mt

 

Transport Malta


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