Initiate and coordinate searches for missing aircraft.
2) Inspect, adjust, and control radio equipment and airport lights.
3) Review records and reports for clarity and completeness, and maintain records and reports as required under federal law.
4) Alert airport emergency services in cases of emergency and when aircraft are experiencing difficulties.
5) Analyze factors such as weather reports, fuel requirements, and maps in order to determine air routes.
6) Check conditions and traffic at different altitudes in response to pilots' requests for altitude changes
7) Conduct pre-flight briefings on weather conditions, suggested routes, altitudes, indications of turbulence, and other flight safety information.
8) Contact pilots by radio to provide meteorological, navigational, and other information.
9) Determine the timing and procedures for flight vector changes.
10) Direct ground traffic, including taxiing aircraft, maintenance and baggage vehicles, and airport workers.
11) Direct pilots to runways when space is available, or direct them to maintain a traffic pattern until there is space for them to land.
12) Inform pilots about nearby planes as well as potentially hazardous conditions such as weather, speed and direction of wind, and visibility problems.
13) Organize flight plans and traffic management plans to prepare for planes about to enter assigned airspace.
14) Provide flight path changes or directions to emergency landing fields for pilots traveling in bad weather or in emergency situations.
15) Compile information about flights from flight plans, pilot reports, radar, and observations.
16) Relay to control centers such air traffic information as courses, altitudes, and expected arrival times.
17) Transfer control of departing flights to traffic control centers and accept control of arriving flights.
18) Complete daily activity reports and keep records of messages from aircraft.
19) Issue landing and take-off authorizations and instructions.
20) Maintain radio and telephone contact with adjacent control towers, terminal control units, and other area control centers in order to coordinate aircraft movement.
21) Monitor aircraft within a specific airspace, using radar, computer equipment, and visual references.
22) Monitor and direct the movement of aircraft within an assigned air space and on the ground at airports to minimize delays and maximize safety.
*Have a bachelor’s degree, or work experience, or a combination of education and experience totaling 3 years
Pass medical and background checks.
*Achieve a qualifying score on the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) pre employment test, which includes a biographical assessment.
*Pass the Air Traffic Standardized Aptitude Test (AT-SAT).
*Complete a training course at the FAA Academy (and start it before turning 31 years of age).
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Qualified and interested applicant should forward resume to hrm.directresources @gmail.com or send name, qualification, post applying for and contact phone number to the message box or phone number attached to this advert.
Shortlisted applicant will be contacted via sms