Instrument Flight Rules Air Traffic Controller Posted on Dec 04, 2017 by NAV CANADA
Location Leduc, AB
Earnings $103,157.00 to $151,255.00 annually
Work Hours 34 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 1 Vacancy
Closing Date Jan 28, 2018
Secondary (high) school graduation certificate
Flight Service Specialist Specific Skills
Alert airport emergency services when necessary
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
NAV Canada Training Program
1 to less than 7 months
Air Traffic Controller Specific Skills
- Relay information to pilots in flight
- Maintain radio and telephone contact with other control centres
- Direct air traffic within assigned air space
- Alert airport emergency services when necessary
Security and Safety
- Airport security clearance
- Medical exam
- Criminal record check
- Enhanced reliability security clearance
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
- Fast-paced environment
- Work under pressure
- Attention to detail
- Tight deadlines
- Effective interpersonal skills
- Team player
- Excellent oral communication
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
Jan 28, 2018
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Interest in controlling flow of air traffic using radar monitors, radios and other communication equipment and visual references
Interest in co-ordinating information to maintain radio and telephone contact with control towers, terminal control units and other area control centers
Interest in speaking with pilots to issue take-off and landing instructions; and in directing activities of all moving aircraft and service vehicles on and near airport runways
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