Trainee Air Traffic Controllers, UK – Candidate Assessments: 7-10 October 2019

To be eligible to apply you must:

  • be educated to A level or degree level or an equivalent standard, ideally in either a science, maths or IT related subject
  • have at least 5 GCSEs or an equivalent standard at grade C/4 or above, to include English and Maths
  • be eligible to work in the United Kingdom
  • be in good health as you will need to pass a Class 3 medical (as required by the CAA)
  • have a clean driving licence (airside driving may be required)

If you have airport or aviation experience this is advantageous, but not essential.

Candidates must be available to join ANS on either 2nd January 2020 or 1st July 2020.

If you are interested in applying, please register your interest by uploading your CV and covering letter and we will be in touch with you prior to the assessment centre in October at Gatwick.

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Airspace Change Lead (Gatwick) - Closing Date 31st May 2019

This role will lead and coordinate all airspace and procedure design, development and implementation activities for ANS and our customers, providing relevant experience and expertise, including participation in and contribution to relevant forums, standardisation activities and stakeholder engagements.

 

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ATC Operations Expert (Gatwick) - Closing Date 31st May 2019

The ATC Operations Expert will deliver specialist and professional operational support requirements of air traffic control at Gatwick Airport, ensuring that the unit meets the compliance requirements.

 

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 Air Traffic Engineer (Gatwick) – Closing date 21st June 2019

To provide SES-compliant Level 1 and Level 2 maintenance of a suite of air traffic service equipment in accordance with CAP 670.

 

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Lead Investigator (Gatwick) - Closing date 9th August 2019

As part of the corporate ANS function, this key role in the SSQ function is to oversee and provide ownership and leadership in investigations across all units, being carried out across both operations and engineering. When required the role will provide additional resource and support to all ANS units in the form of conducting safety investigations.  As the company’s lead investigator, the role will provide the drive and focus to ensure investigations are completed within the required timescales, to the required ANS standard, ensuring that ANS remains compliant. The role will also be responsible for the tracking and management to completion of unit owned recommendations, and the reporting on a monthly basis to the board of trends and associated risks.  Effective delivery of investigator training will also form a key part of the role not just for ANS but the wider market.

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Human Factors Expert (Gatwick) - Closing date 30th September 2019

To improve ATM operational effectivness and safety by identifying and mitigating human factors risks in current and future ATM systems.

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Project Manager (Gatwick) - Closing date 16th June 2019

The Project Manager will be responsible for managing the full project life cycle for a number of key business projects and initiatives. They will work within and help further develop the established professional project management methodologies, techniques and controls ensuring project governance is understood and adhered to throughout the organisation.  The Project Manager will co-ordinate internal resources and work closely with the Customer and other third parties to ensure Projects are delivered successfully, on time and to budget. The Project Manager will report project progress to the project boards / Senior Management teams ensuring any issues are openly communicated and addressed

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