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AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER

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Recruiter
Leeds Bradford Airport
Posted
13 January 2014
Closes
22 January 2014
Location
Leeds
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£30,750 to £57,785

Further information

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER
Salary band - £30,750 to £57,785 per annum (depending upon experience)

Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBIA) now welcomes over 3.3 million passengers through our doors annually and is the fastest growing of the UK’s top 20 airports with a current 11% growth factor. We are committed to employing high quality people who are ambitious and want to be part of our exciting development plans whilst delivering outstanding customer service to our airlines, business partners, stakeholders and passengers.

In order to ensure the Air Traffic Control Unit at Leeds Bradford International Airport remains effectively resourced, LBIA is seeking expressions of interests from suitably qualified Air Traffic Control Officers who would like to join the Air Traffic Control team.

Enthusiastic, motivated and experienced, you will be operating in a pleasant working environment, covering 24 hours with an increasingly busy mix of schedule. A replacement program of radar displays and processors is being undertaken.

You MUST hold a current CAA/European licence with ADI and APS ratings and have held a ULE in both ratings in the last 3 years. Previous operational experience in both ratings is ESSENTIAL and a meteorological certificate and OJTI and UCE experience would be advantageous.

Applicants must have a checkable work history and will be required to complete a basic CRB disclosure.

To apply for this position, send your career history / CV, highlighting your suitability for the role, along with an indication of your current salary by clicking on the 'Apply now' button or to Human Resources, Leeds Bradford International Airport, Leeds LS19 7TU.

The closing date for all applications is 12 noon on the 22nd January 2014.

Leeds Bradford Airport


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