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AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL OFFICERS

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Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd
Posted
14 October 2013
Closes
15 November 2013
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£37,281

Further information

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL OFFICERs
STORNOWAY AND KIRKWALL AIRPORTS

Salary:  Previously validated ATCO (ADI/APP) starting at £37,281 and rising to £46,602 per annum.
Plus 12.5% shift allowance and MET Observers allowance of £1,170 per annum.

Salary: Trainee ATCO (ADI/APP) is £32,622 per annum during unit training.  The above mentioned rates will then apply following successful validation of ADI/APP rating.

This is an exciting time to join our Scottish island based Airports, in a challenging and exciting role.   

Ideally you should hold an ATCO Licence issued in accordance with the EU Commission Air Traffic Controller Licence Regulation No. 805/2011 containing a minimum of ADI (Aerodrome Control Instrument) and APP (Approach Control Procedural) ratings.   You’ll also hold a current ICAO Class 3 Aviation Medical Certificate and an English Language Proficiency Certificate at minimum Level 5, ideally Level 6.  A Met Observers Certificate is desirable but not essential.

We are also willing to consider applications from applicants who hold a valid Student ATCO License which has been issued by the UK CAA with an ADI (Aerodrome Control Instrument) and an APP (Approach Control Procedural) rating.

You should be able to think on your feet whilst maintaining a flexible approach to working patterns which includes weekends and unsocial hours.   We offer loss of license insurance, an attractive pension scheme, opportunities for professional development and a generous annual leave allowance.

Further information and an application form (no CVs please) are available on the careers section of our website via the 'Apply now Button'
The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 15 November 2013.

Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd

Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd

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