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Policy Specialist, Flight Operations


Civil Aviation Authority
Salary: Circa £50,000pa
Location: Gatwick, London Gatwick Airport
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Recruitment
Sector: Operations
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Policy Specialist, Flight Operations
Location: Gatwick
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Circa £50,000pa - dependent on skills and relevant experience

The CAA - Enhancing Aviation Safety Through Better Regulation
The CAA is the UK's aviation regulator. The CAA is recognised as a world leader in its field. Our activities are diverse and enable the aviation industry to meet the highest safety standards. The CAA prides itself on its ability to adapt to the constantly changing aviation environment.

The role
To develop all aspects of aviation flight operations (fixed wing) policy for the UK in accordance with our Values and Behaviours (Integrity, Respect, Collaboration, Clarity, Learning and Drive).

To inform, initiate, support and/or contribute to ISP policy reviews and development by providing specialist knowledge on either a broad range within one or more domains or deep and complex subject matter on a particular area of expertise

To ensure policies are relevant, proportionate, in accordance with the Better Regulation Principles, and in line with national and international regulations.

Qualifications
The post holder will need to have specialist subject matter experience including:

  • knowledge of air operations regulations
  • experience of long-haul operations worldwide
  • preferably heavy jet
  • relevant professional qualifications recently held ATPL or similar
  • experience of international committees (desirable)

The Person

  • a self-starter, able to use their own initiative
  • able to work as part of a team
  • high quality verbal and written communication skills
  • a keen eye for detail
  • excellent interpersonal skills
  • a proven ability to communicate effectively at all levels
  • produce concise, unambiguous discussion papers for presentation at various bodies within the CAA and Industry

Here at the CAA we offer a range of fantastic benefits such as:

  • 28 days annual leave,
  • a competitive Pensions scheme,
  • flexible working arrangements and much more

If you’d like the opportunity to influence air operating regulations for the UK and Europe and work for a respected worldwide regulatory authority, please do apply.   

Closing Date: 23rd January 2018
Interview Dates: 7th and 8th February 2018

Policy Specialist, Flight Operations
Location: Gatwick
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Circa £50,000pa - dependent on skills and relevant experience

The CAA - Enhancing Aviation Safety Through Better Regulation
The CAA is the UK's aviation regulator. The CAA is recognised as a world leader in its field. Our activities are diverse and enable the aviation industry to meet the highest safety standards. The CAA prides itself on its ability to adapt to the constantly changing aviation environment.

The role
To develop all aspects of aviation flight operations (fixed wing) policy for the UK in accordance with our Values and Behaviours (Integrity, Respect, Collaboration, Clarity, Learning and Drive).

To inform, initiate, support and/or contribute to ISP policy reviews and development by providing specialist knowledge on either a broad range within one or more domains or deep and complex subject matter on a particular area of expertise

To ensure policies are relevant, proportionate, in accordance with the Better Regulation Principles, and in line with national and international regulations.

Qualifications
The post holder will need to have specialist subject matter experience including:

  • knowledge of air operations regulations
  • experience of long-haul operations worldwide
  • preferably heavy jet
  • relevant professional qualifications recently held ATPL or similar
  • experience of international committees (desirable)

The Person

  • a self-starter, able to use their own initiative
  • able to work as part of a team
  • high quality verbal and written communication skills
  • a keen eye for detail
  • excellent interpersonal skills
  • a proven ability to communicate effectively at all levels
  • produce concise, unambiguous discussion papers for presentation at various bodies within the CAA and Industry

Here at the CAA we offer a range of fantastic benefits such as:

  • 28 days annual leave,
  • a competitive Pensions scheme,
  • flexible working arrangements and much more

If you’d like the opportunity to influence air operating regulations for the UK and Europe and work for a respected worldwide regulatory authority, please do apply.   

Closing Date: 23rd January 2018
Interview Dates: 7th and 8th February 2018


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