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With 1500 employees from more than 30 countries and cultures working at 14 sites, Skyguide provides air traffic control services for Switzerland and parts of neighbouring countries. In 2021, Skyguide safely and efficiently guided around 0.7 million (in previous years around 1.3 million) civil and military aircraft through the busiest airspace in Europe.
That’s why Skyguide needs you!

Instrument Flight Procedures (IFP) and Air Space Design Expert 80-100%

Location:  Wangen b. Düb. &/or Geneva

Your mission:

  • Conduct development, maintenance, review and implementation of instrument flight procedures
  • Assess airspaces regarding an adequate protection of the intended air traffic and associated services
  • Interact with customers and stakeholders to ensure a high quality service delivery in line with latest international, national and Skyguide-internal legislation and regulations
  • Autonomously handle FPD and ASD activities and manage priorities to ensure correct and timely outcomes
  • Consult customers and stakeholders on FPD and ASD related matters in order to ensure optimum conceptualization
  • Support the continuous development of the team to assure compliance, efficiency and effectiveness

Your profile:

  • Knowledge in the field of Air Traffic Management (ATM), ideally with 5 years of experience
  • Specialized aviation training or equivalent work background (ATM, ATC, pilot, engineer/informatics degree with experience in ATM or similar)
  • Ideally IFP (PANS-OPS) design training and OJT and/or Airspace design training and OJT
  • Efficient office utilization skills, ideally experience in (domain specific) software utilization such as  CAD and FPD support software
  • An understanding of Swiss and European legislation governing the aviation sector with a detailed focus on FPD regulations
  • Strong quality, customer and solution orientation
  • Advanced communication and inter-personal skills with demonstrated stakeholder management
  • English and ideally fluent in German or high willingness to learn, French would be an asset

Entry date:

1 November 2022

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