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ATM/ANS Regulations Section Manager (AD 9)
Safety is our mission
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) forms the core of the European Union’s strategy for aviation safety. EASA promotes the highest common standards in safety and environmental protection in civil aviation worldwide. Based in Cologne, Germany, the European agency employs more than 700 highly specialised professionals from across the continent.
You will be part of the Air Traffic Management (ATM) and Air Navigation Services (ANS) Regulations Section, which is responsible for developing regulatory material and coordinating related implementation in the areas of ATM/ANS services, as well as airspace usage requirements, rules of the air and technical requirements for on-board ATM equipment. You will be responsible for managing effectively the ATM/ANS Regulations Section and coordinating the related activities.
Your main tasks will be:
- Ensuring the development of regulatory material in the ATM/ANS domain, including the material necessary to support the Single European Sky implementation and SESAR deployment;
- Coordinating the availability of the ATM/ANS expertise to support other Agency activities in the Flight Standards Directorate, such as international cooperation and technical training;
- Establishing the Section’s priorities in line with the Agency policies;
- Managing and developing the staff of the Section, such as coordinating and defining the allocation of tasks, establishing individual objectives, performance appraisals, identifying training needs and performing recruitments;
- Assuring timely implementation of the Section objectives by efficient management of the human and financial resources.
EASA recruits the brightest talents from all over Europe to ensure the highest safety and environmental standards in aviation.
You should have the following skills:
- A completed university degree or professional training in a relevant technical domain;
- Proven professional experience with proven experience in the domain of ATM/ANS regulatory activities;
- Proven management experience of at least three years;
- Demonstrated experience and understanding of the European ATM/ANS rules and related regulatory processes;
- Good understanding of the European aviation safety policies and Single European Sky programme;
- Good communication and presentation skills supported by specific examples, in particular in expressing policies and transmitting complex issues;
How to apply
For further information about EASA’s recruitment procedure and the conditions of employment, please consult our recruitment website and the official vacancy notice.
You can apply by clicking on the 'Apply now' button and completing an application form and uploading a letter of motivation.
Applications close 18th August 2014