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[Job Tips, Cayman CIAA] MANAGER, COM, NAV & Surveillance

Unread post by bimjim » Tue Nov 20, 2018

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[Job Tips, CIAA] MANAGER, Communication, Navigation & Surveillance (CNS)
Cayman Islands Airports Authority

Grand Cayman
Updated 19/11/2018


MANAGER, Communication, Navigation & Surveillance (CNS)

The post-holder is responsible for the planning and assignment of work required by the CNS Section, necessary to support the functions of the CNS/ATM Systems, aviation Meteorological (MET), and other related systems.

The Manager CNS will ensure that the CNS technical and engineering standards at the CIAA meet or exceed International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Air Safety Support International (ASSI) standards and recommended practices. Manage and maintain aviation communication, navigation surveillance and MET equipment. Manage a team of technical and support staff. Ensure CNS customers receive the best possible service. The candidate will also be expected to create an environment of mentoring and training for suitably qualified young engineers.

The CIAA offers a dynamic culture and working environment, augmented by a suite of Benefits including: competitive Compensation, private sector Health Insurance, Pension Plan (6.4%), minimum of 12 days’ paid vacation per year and a generous competency & performance–based Learning and Development Plan for all eligible employees in established roles

Qualifications & Experience:

- A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree or a BTEC HND (Higher National Diploma) in Electronics, Telecommunication Engineering, or equivalent, and at least seven years’ experience in aviation electronic engineering of ground-based systems.
- At least 10 years strong demonstrated experience in the aviation communication, navigation and surveillance field at the managerial level.
- Extensive knowledge of CNS Certification requirements and the function of the International Civil Aviation Organization, Air Safety Support International and Civil Aviation Authority Cayman Islands, and a detailed working knowledge of the standards and recommended practices of Annex 10 and 14 and OTAR 171, 139 and 173.
- Knowledge and experience in development of Technical Manuals and Engineering drawings.
- Knowledge and experience in the application of surveillance/radar in an air traffic control environment.

Desired additional Skills:

- Skilled in communicating in critical situations, orally and in writing with business and community leaders.
- Strong interpersonal, team-working, leadership and people management skills.
- Skilled in programme evaluation, planning design, implementation and maintenance.
- Ability to work without direct supervision and a commitment to problem solving.
- Knowledgeable and experienced in scheduling, budgeting, planning and project management.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of applications.[/list]

Salary and benefits:

Salary range is between USD 91,607.00 – 137,867.00 p.a. and will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Benefits include a contributory pension plan, 23 days’ paid vacation and non contributory health insurance.

Short listed candidates will need to be able to produce a clean police record, submit to a pre-employment drug screen, medical exam and previous employment & background due diligence checks as a condition of employment. Security requirements for this position require that candidates can demonstrate no less than five (5) years’ work history. Any unexplained gaps of more than 30 days will be grounds for disallowing the application.

Ref: MANAGER, Communication, Navigation & Surveillance

Apply now: https://www.caribbeanjobs.com/apply/96218

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