Aeronautical Analyst - Ops Planning

Aeronautical Analyst - Ops Planning

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


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.


  • 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

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

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