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Job Vacancies > Navtech - Aeronautical Analyst - Charting

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Company Profile:
We are a leading international provider of flight operations software for the commercial aviation industry, which we develop, market, and support. Our systems are designed to assist commercial passenger and cargo air carriers to increase safety, maximize efficiency, and reduce costs in their daily flight operations. Our solutions include advanced aeronautical charts, navigational data, flight planning, performance and crew planning software. Navtech works and complies with collective agreements and government regulations.

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

The Aeronautical Analyst I is a trainee role and will be involved in learning and developing skills to produce aeronautical charts and associated documentation to the required specification on time and in full.

Responsibilities
  • Analyse and evaluate NOTAM's, AIP's, AIP supplements and other recognised aeronautical national documents related to the products in the applicable area of responsibility or as requested.
  • Amend (Compile & Digitally Reproduce), to the required specification, the associated Navtech charts ensuring that production requirements are met on time and in full.
  • Produce (Compile & Digitally Produce) to the required specification all requested new aerodromes ensuring that production requirements are met on time and in full.
  • Ensure workload is planned and prioritised to achieve pre-determined deadlines.
  • Ensure all quality procedures are adhered to at all times. Notify the relevant personnel of any non-conformances.
  • Maintain a good working knowledge of International Civil Aviation and UK CAA flight procedures.
  • Participate as a team member with the daily production and updating of Navtech charts.
  • Liaise with the relevant staff with regard to product or production non conformance and any other queries.
  • Ensure good housekeeping & Health & Safety is maintained at all times.
Academic/Educational Requirements
  • Educated to ĎA' level or equivalent
  • PPL/equivalent is desirable
  • CAD (Microstation) and/or GIS experience or education.
  • Cartographic education and/or experience.
Required Skills/Experience
  • Cartography, Geography or air navigation Industry experience is desirable
  • Excellent communication skills - oral & written
  • Attention to Detail/Quality minded
  • Proven ability of working to deadlines
  • Flexible
  • Must work effectively with others in a team environment as well as work independently with little supervision
  • Experience or interest in the aviation industry a definite asset
  • Demonstrate computer proficiency
  • Strong time management and organizational skills
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.

Posted: 02 March 2012
Closing Date: ongoing

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