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Part time staff for Communication, Navigation and Surveillance Officer (CNSO)

Job Description

The Communications Navigation and Surveillance Officer (CNSO) is the person responsible for the day-to-day management of surveillance equipment, navigation and associated remote status units at Dublin Weston Airport.

CNS maintenance procedures used for DVOR/DME ensure compliance with the standards and recommended practices of ICAO Annex 10; the methodology used is drawn from ICAO Doc 8071and manufacturer maintenance procedures.

Principal Duties of Post

  1. Maintain the technical operations manual and propose amendments where necessary to ensure full compliance with EU and Irish regulatory.
  2. Ensure that engineering work practice at Weston ATS fully comply with the Technical Operations Manual
  3. Work with the ATM safety Manager to ensure that the hazard identification as well as risk assessment and mitigation are systematically conducted for all changes to the communication and navigation systems at Weston ATS.
  4. Ensure that technical and engineering personnel including personnel of subcontracted operating organisations who operate and maintain the communications and navigation equipement at Weston ATS have and maintain sufficent knowledge and understanding of :
    1. The services they are supporting
    2. The actual and potential effects of their work on the safety of those services
    3. The appropriate working limits to be applied
    4. Weston safety management and occurrence reporting process
  5. Ensure that all maintenance procedures and records are fully documented and available for audit and inspection.
  6. Issue techincal and engineering notices as required.

Necessary skills and requirements

Previously experience preferred.

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Part time staff for Air Traffic Controller – Tower Control

Job Description

Air traffic traffic Controllers’ primary concern is safety, but they also must direct aircraft efficiently to minimize delays. Tower controllers manage the flow of aircraft into and out of the airport airspace, guide pilots during take-off and landing and monitor aircraft as they travel through the skies. In addition, are responsible of ground vehicles movement along runways and taxiways. Air Traffic Controllers check flight plans, give pilots clearance for take-off or landing and direct the movement of aircraft and other traffic on the runways and in other parts of the airport. Most work from control towers watching the traffic they control.

Principal Duties of Post

1. Issue landing and take-off instructions to pilots.

2. Monitor and direct the movement of aircraft on the ground and in the air using visual references.

3. Control all ground traffic at airport, including baggage vehicles and airport workers.

4. Manage communications by transferring control of departing flights to other traffic control centers and accepting control of arriving flights.

5. Provide information to pilots, such as weather updates, runway closures and other critical information.

6. Alert airport response staff in the event of an aircraft emergency.

Necessary skills and requirements

1. A validated (EU) ADI Rating or Student ATC Licence.

2. ICAO English Level 4 or above proficiency.

3. A valid Class 3 ATC Medical.

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