Posted on :
20 Apr, 2021
20 Apr, 2021
The Job stated above is to ensure the integrity and validation of aeronautical information/data for the safety and efficiency of air navigation services; and Safety Regulation and oversight of the provision of Aeronautical Information Services
Job Title: Inspector: Aeronautical Information Services (AIS)
Location: Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa
Reference #: Inspector: Aeronautical Information Services (AIS)
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Market Related
Certification of Aeronautical Information Service providers
Conduct inspections and audits of the Aeronautical Information Management as required by the annual inspection plan.
Propose amendment to Manual of Procedure and Technical guidance Manual. ISO procedures and forms.
Planning and Administration:
Plan for inspections, audits and surveillance activities of Aeronautical Information Management (AIM).
Ensure completeness of inspection reports.
Make appropriate recommendations
Ensure compliance with ICAO & ISO Standards to be applied in the field of operations of Aeronautical Information Management
Accountable for compliance with Centralised Aeronautical database processes.
Ensure compliance with QMS.
Receive, validate, verify, approval and maintenance of aeronautical information/data
Receive, validate, verify, approval and maintenance of aeronautical information/data for publication in the Centralised Aviation database.
Accountable for the overall publication of aeronautical information/data for the safe air navigation services.
Process applications for flexible use of airspace.
Coordinate with data providers
Receive and process applications for the registration of ICAO Radio Telephony call signs.
Receive and process applications for the registration of ICAO Location indicators
Coordination with all stakeholders in respect of the functioning of AIM and to provide input at any ATM forum where required.
To provide consultation on AIM matters.
To provide general aviation support service to airport, airlines and other operators in the form of information relating to safety operations.
To monitor client satisfaction regarding services provided and their changing needs.
Draft and negotiate Service Level Agreements with data providers.
Propose and submit regulation review to CARCOM.
Follow up on findings and propose enforcement where necessary.
Ensure compliance in aerodrome safety management & procedure manual
Employment equity candidates will be given first preference in line with SACAA Employment Equity Targets.
“All SACAA appointments are subject to S98 of the Civil Aviation Act, 13 of 2009 and all successful candidates will be subjected to security vetting”.
The SACAA will process applications as soon as possible. If you have not heard from us within 90 days after your CV has been submitted, please consider your application unsuccessful.
Grade 12 and an ICAO recognized AIS Diploma.
Ideal Qualifications Aeronautical Information Services Core content course
3 years experience in (AIS )Aeronautical Information Service Operations.
Application Deadline: 04/05/2021