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SMC Engineer (Shannon)

Closing Date for Applications
05 Jan 2018
Enquiry Contact Details

Cliona Liggett / cliona.liggett@iaa.ie / +353 1 6031535

Directorate

ATC

This position is based in Shannon, County Clare.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

SMC Engineer work assignments include monitoring and control of operational Air Traffic Management systems as well as certifying equipment for use by Air Traffic Control. The systems in use include communications, surveillance, navigation and flight data processing. The SMC Engineer will be expected to analyse and resolve faults within their level of competence in a real time environment. The SMC Engineer will receive comprehensive training on all systems in use by the IAA. A full job description will be available to shortlisted candidates. 

This is a full time, permanent position. It is an exciting position with training and promotional opportunities within a high performance organisation. The salary scale for the SMC Engineer is €35,286, €40,788, €46,285, €49,037, €52,813, €57,285, €60,032, €62,783, €65,539, €67,253. This is an all-inclusive salary scale. SMC Engineers will be required to work full shift duties covering a 24/7 365 day operation.

Skills Required

The Authority is seeking applications from suitably qualified engineers for inclusion on a panel of Systems Monitoring and Control (SMC) Engineers for its Shannon location. The ideal candidate must have a Degree in Telecommunications, Electrical or Electronic Engineering and should have at least 1-2 years’ experience. 

To apply, email CVs to: cliona.liggett@iaa.ie


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