Aeronautical Analyst - Ops Planning

Aeronautical Analyst - Ops Planning

Position Type: Permanent Full-Time
Department: Charting Production
Location: Hersham, United Kingdom

Summary

The Aeronautical Analyst - Ops Planning is responsible for the production & maintenance documentation (i.e. aerodrome and minima supplements) of a designated regional area, and ensuring that all required amendments are completed in accordance with departmental procedures, deadlines, and within specification.

Responsibilities

  • Analyze and evaluate NOTAM's, AIP's, AIP supplements and other recognized aeronautical national documents related to the products.
  • Determine aeronautical significance, customer significance & priority of changes with necessary production chart update task, update relevant databases (hard copy & electronic), Bulletin action etc.
  • Ensure workload is planned and prioritized to achieve pre-determined deadlines.
  • Contact & response to/with Navtech Customers, interaction with National & Regulatory Authorities.
  • Interaction within Navtech with relevant sections such as Customer Services, Minima Section, Chart Production, Performance & Stockholm Ops Planning/Production.  
  • Ensure all quality procedures are adhered to at all times.  Notify the relevant personnel of any product or production non-conformances.
  • Maintain a good working knowledge of International Civil Aviation and UK CAA flight procedures.
  • Ensure good housekeeping and Health & Safety is maintained at all times.

Academic/Educational Requirements

  • Educated to ‘A' level or equivalent.
  • PPL/equivalent is desirable.
  • Cartographic education and/or experience.

Required Skills/Experience

  • Cartography, Geography or Air Navigation Industry experience is desirable.
  • Experience or interest in the aviation industry a definite asset.
  • Strong time management and organizational skills.
  • Ability to produce the high standard of work required for safety critical data, work to strict deadlines and have proven ability to multi-task.
  • Quality minded - attention to detail - awareness of the flight safety aspect of the production of charting.
  • Ability to work on own initiative ensuring deadlines are achieved.
  • Must be a team player and have excellent communication and IT skills.
  • Knowledge of all chart specifications.
  • Proven knowledge of AIM processes.

How to Apply:

Candidates who are interested in joining the Navtech team are invited to submit their cover letter and CV, highlighting their work experiences and skills via email to hr@navtech.aero.

We thank all applicants for applying. Only selected applicants will be contacted.

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