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Senior Air Traffic Control Officer

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Recruiter
Birmingham Airport
Posted
20 September 2013
Closes
11 October 2013
Location
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Competitive remuneration package

Further information

Senior Air Traffic Control Officer

Birmingham Airport, the UK’s 7th busiest Airport, is located 5.5 nm ESE of the City of Birmingham and alongside the National Exhibition Centre.

Birmingham Airport has recently invested heavily in its air traffic infrastructure with both a new control tower and primary radar having been introduced within the last 12 months.

In parallel, the airport has evaluated its Air Traffic Service provision for the future and as a result taken the decision to take the Air Traffic Control Service in house.

Birmingham Airport would therefore like to invite applications for the post of Senior Air Traffic Control Officer within its Air Traffic Control Department:

The successful candidate will, as part of the air traffic management team, help to deliver a safe and smooth transition from the current air traffic service provider to an in house provision. Following transition the successful candidate will be responsible for the provision of a safe and expeditious ATC and Met service at Birmingham Airport.

Ratings in ADI and APS, OJTI and EXM Endorsements, comprehensive SMS training/experience and good regulatory knowledge are essential. A Met Observers Certificate is desirable.

A competitive remuneration & relocation package is on offer.

Suitably qualified candidates should submit a CV  by clicking on the 'Apply now Button'
Candidates who had previously expressed an interest in working at Birmingham Airport will be considered and do not need to reapply.
Any queries about these roles should also be directed to the above email address.

Closing date: Friday 11th October 2013

Interviews for this role are provisionally scheduled for Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th October, 2013.

Birmingham Airport


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